As a research and medical university, employees, students, and volunteers at the University of California, Davis may work with materials that may pose a hazard to human reproduction. The resources collected on this website can be used by Principal Investigators, 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 lab-specific chemical hygiene plan and included in annual lab safety 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
- Reproductive Hazard for Working in Animal Care Environment
- Ionizing Radiation & Pregnancy
- Prop 65 Information
- Reproductive Toxins and Highly Acute Toxic Materials
Policy and Procedure Manual Sections Relating to Reproductive Health
- Section 290-75 Radiological Safety Health Physics