Environmental Health & Safety

Reproductive Health

Reproductive Health

As a research university, employees, students, and volunteers at the University of California Riverside may work with materials that may pose a hazard to human reproduction. The resources collected on this website can be used by Principal Investigators (PIs), managers and supervisors to develop safe work procedures that protect the reproductive health of employees, students, and volunteers. These procedures should be incorporated into the laboratory-specific chemical hygiene plan and included in training. The goal of these work procedures is to keep exposures as low as practical to minimize the potential for reproductive or developmental hazards or any other potential health effects.

Forms for PIs and Supervisors

Declared Pregnant Woman Checklist 
Declaration of Pregnancy Forms  (General | Radiation)
Work Assignment Analysis

For more information

Reproductive Hazards for Working in Animal Care Environment
Ionizing Radiation & Pregnancy
Proposition 65
Reproductive Toxins and Highly Acute Toxic Materials   
Instruction Concerning Prenatal Radiation Exposure (Regulatory Guide 8.13)
United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission 
Radiation Safety Manual

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