Workplace risks affecting reproduction — from knowledge to action

Type of item
EU & international information
Country
EU
Year of publication
2014

Czech

Portuguese, Portugal

Greek

English

Spanish

French

Croatian

Lithuanian

Hungarian

Dutch

Polish

Slovak

Description

The website provides a summary report and the presentations of a Workshop held in March 2009 on reprotoxic substances and endocrine disrupters at the workplace.  
In the presentations, findings of a report by EU-OSHA were presented and discussed and complemented with inputs from various exports of different institutions from the EU and the member States. The recommendations for policy, research, monitoring and practice, the identified gaps in all these areas and and proposals how they could be filled are included in the report, as they have been discussed.

Other data

Provider
Provider name (English)
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
Provider name (Original)
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
Tasks covered
Not applicable
Biological hazard
Not applicable
Hazard - physical state
Aerosols
Dusts
Gases
Liquids
Nanoparticles (airborne liquids/solids including smoke or mist)
Solids
Vapours
Hazard - health effects
Reprotoxic substances
Other
Exposure route
Dermal contact
Ingestion
Inhalation
Ocular (through eyes)
Sharps and cuts
Skin absorption
Substance Description

Reprotoxic substances, endocrine disruptors
Examples: anesthetic gases, lead, epoxides, isocyanates, solvent mixtures, specific pharmaceuticals, titanium dioxide, bisphenol A (BPA), Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), phthalates, pesticides, UV filters, parabens

CAS Number
13463-67-7
7439-92-1
80-05-7
117-81-7
EC number
231-100-4
201-245-8
204-211-0
236-675-5
Prevention measures
Level 1. Elimination of hazards
Level 1. Substitution
Training / guidance
Purpose of the material
Awareness raising
Target group
Employers
Policy makers
Researchers
Safety officers