If you work with certain chemicals, x-rays or do lots of lifting, you will need to think through with colleagues how to avoid putting your and your baby’s health at risk. Full details of what to consider and the support available is on the Health and Safety Executive website.
As you can feel more tired when you are pregnant, it’s a good idea to plan long car journeys, avoid making them on your own if possible and make sure you stop regularly for a break. Make sure you eat and drink regularly and keep the air circulating in the car. It’s best if you can wear the seatbelt across your pelvis under your bump and not across your bump.
And if you are planning to go on holiday, talk through with your midwife or doctor before you fly and any vaccinations you may need.
Further information is available at NHS – travel whist pregnant.