Sorry, I had no idea the question was to me.
To some extent, as Mr. Lafrance said, it is the employer's job to find the reassignment. If the employer has no wish to keep the woman at work, he or she won't try very hard necessarily to reassign. We do find the reassignment is much less among welders and electricians, whether it's because of the specialist nature of the work.... A welder is highly paid for skilled work. There may not be appropriate other work within a welding shop that a woman who's in later pregnancy can do.
We haven't talked yet about differences essentially between the physical demands of the job and chemical exposures. A woman who is a welder, even if she can be reassigned away from the physical hard work of welding, may still be exposed to fumes. That is also a problem.
I'm sure Dan Tadic can comment on that.