ada compliant breastfeeding pod
ADA Compliant Breastfeeding Pod

BrighterBooth adds an ADA model to their line of freestanding lactation pods, the ADA Compliant Breastfeeding Pod.

With up to 84" of turn around space, BrighterBooth's ADA Compliant Breastfeeding Pod exceeds the ADA's requirement of 60" of turn around space. Like all of BrighterBooth's all inclusive lactation pods, their ADA model comes fully furnished with a wheelchair ramp, mirror, bench, side table, LED lighting, ventilation system, power outlets, USB ports, and extra space for a mini-fridge or baby gear.

ADA Compliant Breastfeeding Pod

  • Freestanding, plug-n-play, and low power draw.
  • Dimensions: 90.5"H x 86.6"W x 84"D (50.52 sq. ft.)
  • 1,500 lbs.
  • Up to 84" of turn around space.
  • Molded aluminum design.
  • Acoustic, tempered glass.
  • Dense polyester acoustic panels.
  • Solid and fogged privacy window film.
  • Fully furnished with a wheelchair ramp, mirror, bench, side table, LED lighting, ventilations system, power outlets, and USB ports.
  • Locking door with key.
  • Low pile carpeted floor.

Breastfeeding and pumping accommodations are lacking in the workplace and in public spaces, which makes the experience of a new mother making their way through the world frustrating. Every mother has the most important job in the world, and all moms have the right to breastfeed and deserve a dedicated space to pump wherever they go.

Adding a lactation pod to your workplace not only supports nursing mothers, it also increases productivity, strengthens company culture, reduces employee turnover, attracts top talent, and supports a diverse workforce.

Providing lactation accommodations isn’t just good for business, it’s also the law. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to provide break time and a private space for breastfeeding and pumping employees. A variety of other federal, state, and municipal laws require additional accommodations for nursing moms. California, for example, leads the way in breastfeeding laws.


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