Access our collection of downloadable documents and templates designed to simplify your processes and ensure compliance with HLAC accreditation requirements!

Cart Repair Log Example

Help track and document repairs made to laundry carts, ensuring they are maintained in good condition for safe use.

Cart Wash Concentration Log Example

Monitor and verify the correct concentration of cleaning solutions used in cart washing processes.

Clean Side Supervisors Daily Checklist Example

TOC and Retention Logs Example

A daily checklist for supervisors on the clean side to ensure all safety and quality protocols are consistently followed.

Soil Side Supervisors Daily Checklist Example

A daily checklist for supervisors on the soil side to maintain adherence to safety and contamination prevention measures.

Standards Docs Required Checklist

A comprehensive checklist of required documentation to ensure all standards are met for HLAC accreditation.

TOC and Retention Logs Example

Templates for maintaining thorough records of terms of condition (TOC) and retention logs for compliance and auditing purposes.

Brett Higgins, CHESP

With 35 plus years of experience, Brett Higgins is a seasoned healthcare professional currently serving as Director of Environmental Services for Genesis Health System in Davenport, Iowa.

With 35 plus years of experience, Brett Higgins is a seasoned healthcare professional previously serving as Director of Environmental Services for Genesis Health System in Davenport, Iowa.

Brett began his career in 1983 as Director of Housekeeping and Laundry Services for the Jane Lamb Health Center in Clinton, Iowa. Working his way up the ranks, he has managed and directed environmental service departments for Mercy Hospital and St. Luke’s Hospital also located in Davenport, Iowa, building a solid understanding of laundry facility operations from the ground up. Duties included managing the day-to-day operations of 200+ bed facilities.

His most recent experience includes managing a 502-bed dual-campus facility, administering a $5.2 million operating budget and $2.4 million capital budget, customer account management, facility planning and design, benchmarking and productivity projects and more. Well versed in every operational aspect of the healthcare laundry, Brett brings a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise to the HLAC team of inspectors.

Brett is a retired Certified Healthcare Environmental Services Professional (CHESP), the premier certification for environmental managers serving the healthcare industry.