Ravenna Healthcare Receives Its Hygienically Clean Certification
Ravenna Healthcare recently received its Hygienically Clean certification that is issued by TRSA, the leading trade association serving the healthcare laundry industry. The Ravenna facility has also received its re-accreditation from the Healthcare Laundry Accreditation Council (HLAC).
A team of Paris employees worked diligently to put together thorough documentation on the plant procedures, provided linen samples for testing, and underwent a rigorous, on-site inspection.
Hygienically Clean certification is voluntary and includes an intensive application and inspection process. To become Hygienically Clean certified, one has to meet standards in:
- Microbial/bacteriological testing of reusable textiles
- Documentation of best/safest laundry handling/processing procedures
- Facility cleanliness as verified by on-site inspection
To receive HLAC accreditation, the following standards must be met:
- Patient Safety
- Quality Improvement
Paris currently stands as one of the few healthcare linen laundries that is both HLAC accredited and Hygienically Clean certified. These industry standards ensure that a plant is up-to-date on all current protocols and procedures. Conformance to both TRSA and HLAC standards is voluntary, comprehensive, and sets rigorous performance requirements.