1 edition of Reproductive health policies in the workplace found in the catalog.
Reproductive health policies in the workplace
by Family Health Council of Western Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh, PA (625 Stanwix St., Pittsburgh 15222)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||sponsored by Family Health Council of Western Pennsylvania, Inc., University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, Continuing Education Division [and] Graduate School of Public Health ; edited by Enny C. Seabrook, David K. Parkinson; symposium chairpersons, Frank A. Bonati, John C. Cutler, Richard B. Parran.|
|Contributions||Seabrook, Enny C., Parkinson, David K., Family Health Council of Western Pennsylvania., University of Pittsburgh. School of Medicine. Continuing Education Division., University of Pittsburgh. Graduate School of Public Health.|
|LC Classifications||RC877 .R46 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 295 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||83082625|
This policy on the reproductive health of adolescents and the youth emanates from the general health policy and responds to the peculiar reproductive health needs of young people. The Policy also complements the National Youth and the HIV/AIDS policies. Various Governments of Ghana have shown commitment to adolescent reproductive health at the File Size: KB. Reproductive Health and the Workplace, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC/NIOSH) UCSD Center for Occupational & Environmental Medicine (COEM) Workplace Chemical Hazards to Reproductive Health (PDF), Cal-HESIS; Reproductive and Developmental Toxicants, III. Laboratory Chemical Hygiene, Hazard Awareness and Management Manual.
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Reproductive Health Policies Reproductive health is critical to achieving the Goals of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. This data booklet highlights current policies on. While reproductive health promotion Reproductive health policies in the workplace book seem a narrow focus for some employers, in fact many of these policies and practices are health enhancing for all employees.
From a workplace perspective, having healthy employees makes good business sense. Healthy employees are more efficient, energetic and committed to their Size: KB. Although workplace exposures can affect reproductive health, there are things you can do to better ensure your job does not hinder your ability to have a healthy family.
Learn more here about reproductive risks that both women and men face. Get this from a library. Reproductive health policies in the workplace: proceedings of symposium held on May 10 in Pittsburgh, PA.
[Enny C Seabrook; David K Parkinson; Family Health Council of Western Pennsylvania.; University of Pittsburgh. School of Medicine. Continuing Education Division.; University of Pittsburgh. Safety and Health Topics | Reproductive Hazards - Hazard.
Reproductive Health Problems Potentially Associated with Workplace Exposures The Table below shows examples of reproductive hazards for men in the workplace. Although studies have found that workplace exposures may affect the reproductive system in some men, these effects do not necessarily occur in every worker.
Issues related to sexual and reproductive health and rights continued to be hot topics in capitals across the country during the legislative sessions, including an ongoing surge in proactive measures, primarily around contraceptive access. reproductive health care needs to be assured for people around the world.
Source: Global Policy Committee of the World Health Organization, 2 May ; and the WHO Position paper on Health, Population and Development, Cairo September File Size: 1MB. Reproductive hazards are substances or agents that may affect the reproductive health of women or men or the ability of couples to have healthy children.
Hazards may be chemical, physical or biological. Reproductive health is defined as” A state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relatedFile Size: 1MB.
Reproductive Health. In addition, Reproductive Health has multidimensional aspects and hence collaboration with other sectors, is vital.
The Reproductive Health also raises issues of human rights, equity, and discrimination which must be addressed through participatory and inclusive processes that involve communities, families and Size: KB. Exposure to reproductive hazards in the workplace is an increasing health concern.
Reproductive hazards are substances or agents that may affect the reproductive health of women or men or the ability of couples to have healthy children. These hazards may cause problems such as infertility, miscarriage, and birth defects. including work to promote an environment in which the voices of both women and men are heard, and, more recently, to expand women’s opportunities for decent work.
As is the case with our international efforts, the foundation believes its U.S. Reproductive Health andFile Size: KB. New York State now prohibits employment discrimination based on an employee’s (or a dependent’s) reproductive health decision-making.
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(PRESS RELEASE) The Center for Reproductive Rights—along with a broad array of nearly 60 women’s health organizations across the U.S.—is calling on state legislators across the country to move in a new direction by promoting policies which support reproductive health, rights, and justice in a new resource available today.
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