Policies and Procedures
-- SYLLABUS NOTICE FOR LABORATORY COURSES -- REPRODUCTIVE
HAZARDS 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. Efforts have been made to eliminate the use of known reproductive hazards in our labs. However, the vast majority of laboratory chemicals have never been tested by the manufacturer or by any governmental agency. As a result, their effect on a developing fetus is unknown; female students must assume that each chemical used in this lab presents a hazard to an unborn child. If you are pregnant, become pregnant or are planning to become pregnant during the semester, you are strongly encouraged to speak privately with your instructor who will be able to provide written health and safety information about each chemical that will be used in the class. You are asked to review and discuss this information with your healthcare provider. After you have reviewed the information, you can choose to: 1. Continue your enrollment in the lab - You will be asked to sign a waiver and will be expected to follow a strict set of health and safety procedures while in the lab. 2. Withdraw from the lab - Your instructor will assist you in creating a plan to complete the course at a later date.
Division of Academic Affairs, "Syllabus Lab Notice" (2020). Evidence Inventory. 47.