Prevention & Guidelines

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Jan 01, 2011
Guidelines for the Identification and Management of Lead Exposure in Pregnant and Lactating Women (PDF)

http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/publications/LeadandPregnancy2010.pdf

This document provides guidance based on current knowledge regarding blood lead testing and follow-up care for pregnant and lactating women with lead exposure above background levels.

Source: CDC

Jan 01, 2011
Guidelines for the Identification and Management of Lead Exposure in Pregnant and Lactating Women

http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/publications/LeadandPregnancy2010.pdf

This document provides guidance based on current knowledge regarding blood lead testing and follow-up care for pregnant and lactating women with lead exposure above background levels.

Source: CDC

Sep 01, 2006
Health and Safety Executive: Expectant Mothers

http://www.hse.gov.uk/mothers/information.htm

Leaflets and guidelines provided by UK Health and Safety Executive addressing pregnancy and the workplace, including potential job hazards and exposures.

Source: HSE

Sep 01, 2006
Health and Safety Executive: Expectant Mothers

http://www.hse.gov.uk/mothers/information.htm

Leaflets and guidelines provided by UK Health and Safety Executive addressing pregnancy and the workplace, including potential job hazards and exposures .

Source: HSE

Aug 01, 2005
Workplace Hazards to Reproduction and Development – A Resource for Workers, Employers, Health Care Providers, and Health and Safety Personnel (PDF)

http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Research/files/repro_dev.pdf

This comprehensive booklet updates and replaces two documents prepared by The Department of Labor & Industries’ Safety & Health Assessment & Research for Prevention Program (SHARP) in 1991: “Workplace Hazards to Reproductive Health – A Resource for Health Care Providers, Health and Safety Personnel, and Employers” and “Workplace Hazards to Reproductive Health– A Resource for Workers.”

Source: Washington Department of Labor and Industries

Aug 01, 2005
Managing Best Practices: The National Children’s Study: Its Impact on EHS and the workplace

http://www.ishn.com/articles/83843-managing-best-practices-the-national-childrens-study

Over the next several years more than 50,000 pregnant workers, their partners, and the pregnant workers’ workplaces in 96 counties across the United States are expected to be monitored in the National Children’s Study (NCS) to help answer this question.

Source: Industrial Safety and Health News

Aug 01, 2005
Reproductive and Developmental Hazards: A Guide for Occupational Health Professionals (PDF)

http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcphc/Documents/policy-and-instruction/oem-reproductive-and-developmental-hazards-a-guide-for-occupational-health-professionals.pdf

Strategies for managing potentially-exposed workers are presented, and potential command concerns about ReproDev issues are addressed. Provides nearly 1000 references for provided data, many with direct web link. Provided in PDF (135 pages).

Source: Navy Environmental Health Center

Aug 01, 2005
Managing Best Practices: The National Children’s Study: Its Impact on EHS and the workplace

http://www.ishn.com/articles/83843-managing-best-practices-the-national-childrens-study

Over the next several years more than 50,000 pregnant workers, their partners, and the pregnant workers’ workplaces in 96 counties across the United States are expected to be monitored in the National Children’s Study (NCS) to help answer this question.

Source: ISHN

Aug 01, 2005
Reproductive and Developmental Hazards: A Guide for Occupational Health Professionals

http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcphc/Documents/policy-and-instruction/oem-reproductive-and-developmental-hazards-a-guide-for-occupational-health-professionals.pdf

Strategies for managing potentially-exposed workers are presented, and potential command concerns about ReproDev issues are addressed. Provides nearly 1000 references for provided data, many with direct web link.

Source: U.S. Navy

Aug 01, 2005
Workplace Hazards to Reproduction and Development – A Resource for Workers, Employers, Health Care Providers, and Health and Safety Personnel

http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Research/files/repro_dev.pdf

This comprehensive booklet updates and replaces earlier documents prepared by The Department of Labor & Industries’ Safety & Health Assessment & Research for Prevention Program (SHARP) in 1991 on workplace reproductive hazards.

Source: WA Department L&I