What sanitation precautions are taken?

One of the most, if not THE most critical parts of this work is safety. Safety for myself, for you and the next client. Working with a blood product requires ID procedures, cross checking and the rigorous sanitation standards upheld to ensure universal protection at every step of the process.

Your placenta is only ever picked up – and processed – by myself. I don’t have additional ‘staff’ working for me that may process your placenta without the necessary training and qualifications.

I am proud to provide an insured, ethical, professional and trusted service amongst an unregulated industry.

As part of my initial training in 2012, I completed the OHS Bloodborne Pathogens training (CFR1910.1030), and also attained my National Food Safety Practices Certificate (HLTFS207B). In February 2014, I also completed the Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Doulas and Placenta Encapsulators with Biologix Solutions. I keep all my certifications up to date (March 2016, September 2017, 2018 and 2019) with the APPA Bloodborne Pathogens Prevention Course (CFR 1910.1030).

All placenta preparation methods involve personal protection equipment (PPE), hospital grade chemical sanitising of workspaces, tools and equipment. All sanitation procedures adhere to the Australian Government Department of Health Infection Control Guidelines.