A fellow traveling nursing mom at Salt Lake City International airport informed us it DOES NOT have three dedicated nursing mothers rooms as previously listed below. These are instead regular family bathrooms with a chair, changing table, and outlet inside of them. These family restrooms are mislabled as "Infant Care" rooms.
We contacted SLC on November 10 to find out when a dedicated nursing room will actually be created but they had no timeline prepared unfortunately.
Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah DOES HAVE a dedicated nursing mothers room strictly for breastfeeding or breastpumping moms.
The airport stated this on their website:
"The “Infant Care” rooms on Concourse B, at the top of Concourse C, at the top of Concourse D, near gates D-6 and E-60 accommodate private nursing without restroom facilities."
"Rooms designated as “Special Needs” or “Infant Care” can accommodate private nursing. These rooms are in the lobbies of both terminals. They are also located beyond the security screening checkpoints. In Terminal One, there is a room in the middle of Concourse B. In Terminal Two, rooms are located at the top Concourse C, across from gate C-1, at the top of Concourse D, across from gates D-1 and D-6 and near gate E-60 in the lobby of Concourse E.
The family rooms could serve a quick purpose of expressing breastmilk all be it not very comfortable or convenient if the dedicated rooms were occupied by other nursing mothers.
These family rooms are located both before and after security checkpoint.
Some moms call it Nursing Room, Breastfeeding Room, Lactation Station, and others Lactation Room. MomsPumpHere Nursing Room Locator (also Airport Lactation Rooms Locator) is a breastfeeding room finder, nursing room finder, lactation station locator, and lactation room finder. We find moms nice, quiet places to breastfeed or breastpump no matter what they call it. Lactation rooms also help moms relieve oversupply of breast milk which can cause mastitis while breastfeeding.
From Pregnancy and maternity, to infants, toddlers, parenting and motherhood, MomsPumpHere does its best to help new moms make the transition from nursing at home to breastfeeding or breast pumping for their babies in public. Pregnancy was challenging enough mother's health, finding a nice comfortable spot to nurse your baby shouldn't be.
(A) a reasonable break time for an employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for 1 year after the child’s birth each time such employee has need to express the milk; and
(B) a place, other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public, which may be used by an employee to express breast milk.
An employer shall not be required to compensate an employee receiving reasonable break time under paragraph (1) for any work time spent for such purpose.
An employer that employs less than 50 employees shall not be subject to the requirements of this subsection, if such requirements would impose an undue hardship by causing the employer significant difficulty or expense when considered in relation to the size, financial resources, nature, or structure of the employer’s business.