The Act specifically prohibits an employer from requesting information about an applicant's childbearing age or plans, pregnancy, reproductive system, use of birth control, or familial responsibilities unless a bona fide occupational qualification applies (CT Gen. Sat. Sec. 46a-60).
Where there is a possibility that birth defects or damage may result to an individual's reproductive system or fetus, the employer may, through a physician, request from an employee information directly related to the possible harm that may result, provided that the employer first informs the employee about the dangers involved in exposure to hazardous materials in the workplace.