Commission Guidelines 2000 On the guidelines on the assessment of the chemical, physical and biological agents and industrial processes considered hazardous for the safety or health of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding (Council Directive 92/85/EEC).
Direct Gov Direct Gov provides more details about employment relations, including maternity and paternity rights, leave and work life balance
Equalities Act - Codes of Practice on Employment The Equalities Act 2010 lists pregnancy and maternity as a protected characteristic. It is unlawful for an employer to subject a woman to unfavourable treatment during the ‘protected period’ as defined by the Act. Further information on pregnancy and maternity discrimination can be found in the Code of Practice on Employment.
NHS The NHS website offers advice on maternity rights related to healthcare and your job.
Breastfeeding and Work This leaflet by the Department for Health explains how you can breastfeed and work. Many working women find ways to continue breastfeeding their baby and employers have certain obligations towards breastfeeding women.