The Cornell University Environment, Health and Safety department (EHS) works to ensure that task duties do not result in unsafe exposures to reproductive hazards. EHS professionals can review your work areas to evaluate potential chemical, biological and physical exposures and provide recommendations to ensure potential exposures do not pose a reproductive risk.
Female and male employees and students who are contemplating having children, pregnant or nursing women may discuss with EHS reproductive concerns they may have and schedule a reproductive health evaluation of their work and research areas.
Employees and students interested in discussing possible reproductive hazards or scheduling an assessment should either contact askEHS.
EHS will schedule a meeting to discuss and answer any questions. This is best accomplished in an area that is requested by the individual based on their preference.Reproductive Health Questionnaire
Cornell Career/Life Programs
Cornell Wellness Programs
Ergonomics Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program
Laboratory and Research Resources:
Lab Safety Manual Section 9.8
Radiation Safety Manual Section 8.3
Animal Users Health Safety Program