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February 12, 2008 - 0.7 CEUs, 1.0 IH CM Points #08-2212, 0.44 CHMM CMP
A prevailing global public health model and a strengthening legal concept is that children’s health may be impacted by parental occupational exposures before conception and maternal occupational exposures during gestation or breastfeeding. Reproductive damages can be catastrophic to the worker’s family and legally catastrophic to the organization and these risks are bringing greater scientific and medical focus on reproductive hazards. These and other factors are driving employers to evaluate and adopt a work environment with less risk for reproductive damages. In this seminar, you will learn how to implement policy and programs to more effectively manage this important issue. You will receive a CD containing the major references and resources on this topic to take back to your workplace.
· Demonstrate the business imperative for managing this catastrophic risk in your organization
· Recognize, evaluate and control reproductive hazards that arise in or from the workplace
· Develop essential elements for your employer’s reproductive hazards management program
· Conduct and communicate risk assessments for reproductive hazards
Instructor(s): Dan Markiewicz, MS, CSP, CIH, CHMM - President, Markiewicz & Associates Ltd., Toledo, OH