Thanks to a dependable industrial launderer partnership, Arizona Digestive Institute in Tucson has peace of mind that their garment and linen inventory is correct and that laundry practices meet strict industry standards.
We all know how crucial hand hygiene is in our day-to-day settings, but the importance is magnified for individuals interacting in healthcare environments. With flu season in full swing, it’s a good time to visit this topic.
As we head into 2019, we thought it might be helpful to look at some healthcare job market statistics. You may want to keep this information in mind as you tackle talent planning and goals for you team.
Exciting news! We recently debuted a new healthcare product line. Our Product Team pulled together a comprehensive line that meets the needs of clinics, wellness centers, pharmacies, nursing homes and many other healthcare settings.
Benefits of Choosing Industrial Laundry for Healthcare Textiles
You know patient care, staff needs and healthcare protocol. You aren’t in the business of doing laundry, but luckily industrial laundries are. Let’s dig into the many benefits of choosing an industrial laundry provider.
Cleanliness is critical in any healthcare setting. Patients, staff and visitors expect to find a clean, germ-free facility each time they enter. And that level of cleanliness should extend to uniforms and patient wear. That’s why the TRSA established the Hygienically Clean Healthcare certification.
There’s more to your brand’s reputation than employee behavior and quality of work. Subtler things and unexpected touches, like floor mats and pressed linens, can make a great first impression and help strengthen your image.
It’s important to know what you’re getting into before signing a uniform and linen service agreement or renewal. Regardless of the vendor, make sure the following procedures are in writing, clearly defined and explained. And always read the fine print.
Looking for new ways to amp up performance and keep your employees happy and comfortable? Today’s trends include uniforms designed for more fashion-conscious workers, with special fabric, fit and features that help maximize their productivity and comfort.
Effective inventory management is important to success. It ensures the right products are available for workers to do their job, while optimizing cost efficiencies. But managing inventory is not an easy task, and your time is better spent on serving your customers.
Without the right inventory management procedures in place, it can be easy for your employees to lose or damage uniforms and linens, resulting in costly losses for your business. Here are five easy ways to help prevent loss and protect your bottom line.