If you are trying to set up lactation rooms for your employees, here are the basic things needed…
Lactation room requirements ~ The necessities:
A private room that has been given access by only the mothers who use it.
A nearby basin, either in the room or next door.
A few comfortable chairs (number depending on how many mothers will be
using the room.) The chairs should be low enough to the ground so that a
mother’s feet can touch the ground for comfort.
A few good power outlets.
A flat surface for working on.
A double action, electric, hospital grade breast pump. Mothers must each provide their own breast pump attachments.
A small refrigerator for employee’s milk storage.
A pad of sticky notes and a pen for marking milk containers in refrigerator.
A footstool for shorter mothers.
Magazines or books for reading.
A lactation room sign on the door.
Pillows for comfort.
A CD player.
Lactation room design for comfort is very important to ladies that
are pumping, as it facilitates faster and more efficient milk flow.
Once all these things are in place in the workplace, you can rest
assured that most nursing mothers will need less time off at work
because their babies are healthier, this is because you have provided a
way for them to receive the immune booster they need…liquid gold (breast