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Reproductive Health Protection

Reproductive Health and Your Work at MIT

The EHS Office is committed to ensuring your health and safety while you perform important work as a part of the MIT community. If you are pregnant, considering pregnancy, or already have a family, our commitment to a safe work environment extends to your reproductive health as well as the health of your family.

MIT has designed its labs and workplaces to control exposures to hazardous material.  If you have a concern about your work and health, you can contact:

MIT Medical Department Occupational Medicine and Employee Health Service

The Occupational Medicine and Employee Health Service (phone: 617-253-4905)  is available for consultations about reproductive health concerns related to your job or research.  The consults are free to the MIT community, whether you are an employee or student.  Contact the MIT Medical Department. All medical evaluations are kept strictly confidential.

Environment Health and Safety Office (EHS)

EHS Office is available for evaluation of different workplace factors that may affect reproductive health. These might include chemicals, biologicals, radiation and physical stressors like heat noise, and ergonomic issues.

Request for evaluations at 617-452-3477 or environment@mit.edu.

Reproductive Health and Your Work at MIT

The EHS Office is committed to ensuring your health and safety while you perform important work as a part of the MIT community. If you are pregnant, considering pregnancy, or already have a family, our commitment to a safe work environment extends to your reproductive health as well as the health of your family.

MIT has designed its labs and workplaces to control exposures to hazardous material.  If you have a concern about your work and health, you can contact:

MIT Medical Department Occupational Medicine and Employee Health Service

The Occupational Medicine and Employee Health Service (phone: 617-253-4905)  is available for consultations about reproductive health concerns related to your job or research.  The consults are free to the MIT community, whether you are an employee or student.  Contact the MIT Medical Department. All medical evaluations are kept strictly confidential.

Environment Health and Safety Office (EHS)

EHS Office is available for evaluation of different workplace factors that may affect reproductive health. These might include chemicals, biologicals, radiation and physical stressors like heat noise, and ergonomic issues.

Request for evaluations at 617-452-3477 or environment@mit.edu.