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So, you’re in human resources or facilities management and you've been tasked with designing a Lactation Room for your employees. That can be an intimidating job, especially if you’ve never seen the inside of a mother’s room before. Where do you start?
The best place to start is to put yourself in the shoes of a new mother who is returning to the office after maternity leave. You will want to feel comfortable and supported in the decision to provide milk for your newborn. You will want to feel that the room you are in is safe, private, and unable to be opened from the outside. You will want an ergonomic setup for your pumping position, a fridge to store milk, and a sink to clean parts. And that’s just a start!
Here’s a list that you can take with you on designing your Mother’s Room.
Your goal is to make the transition back to work as seamless as possible, and a crucial part of that is a high-quality mother’s room. We all know that if mothers are relaxed, they will have an overall better pumping experience, be able to produce more milk, and in return, will have a healthier experience.