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11 occupations cause adverse impacts on male workers’ fertility

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This is the highlight of the Circular No. 10/2020/TT-BLDTBXH providing instructions for implementation of several regulations of the 2019 Labor Code.

In detail, 11 occupations cause adverse impacts on male fertility, including:

- Direct contact with heavy metals, such as cadmium (CD), lead (Pb), nickel (Ni), mercury (Hg), etc.  

-  Contact with industrial chemicals, such as benzene (C6H6); toluene (C7H8); xylene (C6H10), pesticides, herbicides, organic solvents, painting materials.

-  Direct contact with high frequency ultrasounds, e.g. radars, etc.

-  Operation of research nuclear reactors at nuclear power plants.

-  Use of radioactive substances.

-  Manufacturing of radioactive substances.

- Storage of radioactive substances, processing and storage of radioactive wastes, used radioactive sources.

-  Use of radiological equipment, and operation of irradiators.

-  Packing and transportation of radioactive substances, source materials and nuclear materials.

- Exploration, exploitation, extraction and processing of radioactive ores.

- Rendering of services supporting use of atomic energy with possibility of direct contact with ionizing irradiation.

Circular No. 10/2020/TT-BLDTBXH is entering into force as of January 1, 2021.

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