We get it!

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12 Feb 2019
In February we advised….. Under Australian Health & Safety Laws, Newborn Photographers have specific First Aid & WHS Obligations! Many of you had questions regarding this and we don’t blame you! As until now, this is something, you had NOT been made aware of! So we have produced this special
Covering ALL things Newborn Health & Safety and Workplace Health & Safety, we held our first INFANT CPR/FIRST AID + NEWBORN SAFETY WORKSHOP WITH CPR KIDS and STANDINBABY in Sydney last Tuesday 22nd January! Photographers spent the morning with the extremely knowledgeable and lovely Sooz, from CPR Kids covering: CPR for babies
More babies are struck with neonatal sepsis (a series of blood stream infections) within the first month of birth in India than anywhere else in the world. And one third of them die, due to failure of the antibiotics against the lethal bugs. Doctors from All India Institute of Medical Sciences
You may have seen increased advertising lately regarding Meningococcal Disease and with good reason… Meningococcal disease can strike without warning, killing up to one in ten, and leaving up to a third of survivors with damaging after-effects ranging from psychological disorders to loss of limbs. Professor Robert Booy, Head of

Working with Children Act Expands!

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13 Nov 2018
We are pleased to see the Queensland Government’s intentions to further strengthen protections for children, through the extension of professional categories & activities requiring ‘BLUE CARDS’. The proposed amendments to the WORKING WITH CHILDREN ACT expands the scope of the blue card system to include additional categories of child-related work
‘A passion to work with infants and the joy of creating priceless memories’. This is what everyone says, when asked why they became a Newborn Photographer. “Whilst I agree that passion is crucial in any business, on it’s own, it is simply not enough to guarantee success!”, says ANP’s Founder

Tips to keep young clients safe…

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23 Sep 2018
September is “Baby Safety Month”. Baby and child safety is our sole aim and it should be a photographers as well.  According to “Kidsafe”, injuries are the leading cause of death among children, with approximately 5000 children in Australia each day needing medical attention as a result of accidents”.  Whilst the majority
Recent research shows that in births that require intervention by a doctor with the use of forceps, suction or excessive force, 95% of the babies had upper neck injuries. Brachial Plexus injuries (a stretch injury to a newborn’s head, neck and shoulder) often prevent the baby from being able to
Since there is no regulatory body or licensing process for Newborn Photographers, there are also no general rules or criterion by which a Newborn Photographers performance is judged. (In my opinion, simply being a “member” of a Photography Institute does not determine performance or worth, especially as a NEWBORN Photographer!)  So
Healthy indoor air quality of a Newborn Photography studio is essential for overall health and wellness of not only clients but staff as well. Newborn babies require more care and attention when it comes to air quality, as dry air can be detrimental to a baby’s sensitive skin and indoor
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