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Workplace Maternal Health Protection

In compliance with the regulations outlined in Article 31 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act concerning the protection of maternal workers' health, the university has carefully planned and implemented necessary safety and health measures for maternal health protection. A maternal health protection plan has been established to ensure the physical and mental well-being of female faculty and staff during pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding.

(1) Target Groups:

  • Expectant mothers.
  • Pregnant women.
  • Postpartum, including normal delivery, stillbirth after 24 weeks of pregnancy, and within one year after childbirth.
  • Breastfeeding mothers.

(2) Management Contents:

  1. Work Environment: Provide appropriate protective equipment, control exposure levels and time, and adjust the work environment (including space, lighting, computer desks, chairs, etc.).
  2. Working Hours Adjustment: Increase rest time and frequency, adjust shifts, and shift hours.
  3. Other Preventive Measures: Inform workers of the hazards and prevention measures, and prohibit certain tasks.
  4. Job Adjustment or Leave of Absence.

(3) Reporting Method:

Please report to the occupational health nurse at the center.
  • Includes "Self-Assessment Form for the Health Status of Female Employees During Pregnancy and Within One Year After Childbirth."
  • Includes "Risk Assessment Form for the Workplace Environment and Occupational Hazards of Maternal Health Protection."

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