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  • ALM Laundry & Linen College Scholarship

    ALM Laundry & Linen College Scholarship

    ALM’s Laundry & Linen College is a resource for laundry training and education. Bring ideas back to your facility that you can implement immediately! Apply today for a scholarship to the fall session, Processing and Operations. Scholarship applications must be submitted by Wednesday, August 15, 2018. Awarded funds must be used in 2018. Only complete applications will be

  • New ALM Board Announced

    New ALM Board Announced

    The Association for Linen Management (ALM) is pleased to announce the appointment of David Bernstein, president of Lapauw USA, and Jason Hartsell, director of operations at United Hospital Services (UHS), LLC, to the ALM Board of Directors. They will join incoming Board president Judy Reino beginning July 1, 2018. “Our membership encompasses the entirety of

  • ALM Scholarship Recipients

    ALM Scholarship Recipients

    Darrel Coatney, director of operations at West Michigan Shared Hospital Laundry, and Suzy Ward, strategic account manager at Crothall Healthcare, have been awarded scholarships to attend the Laundry & Linen College from Association for Linen Management (ALM). “I would like to thank ALM and all parties involved in awarding me this scholarship to attend the

  • ALM’s Impact Conference

    ALM’s Impact Conference

    /IMPACT/ (1) a powerful or major influence or effect. (2) the force of impression of one thing on another: a significant or major effect Plans are set in motion for ALM’s IMPACT conference, suitably named, to deliver a powerful influence and a lasting impression on the textile care services industry. A perfect blend of distinguished

  • TRSA Best Practices Video

    TRSA Best Practices Video

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Textile Rental Services Association (TRSA) recently released a 13-minute best practices training video – The 6C’s : Handling Soiled Linen in a Healthcare Environment – developed specially for nurses, environmental services personnel, housekeepers and others that may contact soiled linen in a healthcare environment. The six easy-to-follow steps aid infection control, enhance patient care and reduce