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.

Gettysburg (George) Huber, RLLD

G. George Huber had been the manager of Laundry/Linen Services at Gundersen Health System (325 bed hospital/trauma and emergency center) located in La Crosse Wisconsin from 2005 to 2017.

G. George Huber had been the manager of Laundry/Linen Services at Gundersen Health System (325 bed hospital/trauma and emergency center) located in La Crosse Wisconsin from 2005 to 2017. He attended the American Laundry and Linen College, Eastern Kentucky University, successfully completing the Registered Laundry and Linen Director Program in 2007.

Prior to his 12 years in the laundry business Huber worked as a project/engineering manager and quality team leader for Trane Company, an international manufacturer of commercial air conditioning products where he taught Demand Flow Manufacturing techniques and was a Six Sigma Green Belt.

Huber was the recipient of the 2015 “Heywood Wiley Manager of the Year” award from the Association for Linen Management (ALM) of which he has been a member since 2006. He has served as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Upper Mississippi Valley Chapter of ALM since 2006 and is a chapter Education committee member until his retirement in 2016. Huber facilitated an extensive LEAN project at GHS to evaluate the feasibility of maintaining an on premise Laundry to the highest standards in a healthcare setting and led a team to successfully attain a certificate of accreditation from Healthcare laundry Accreditation Council. He also implemented a dual purpose Laundry Safety/Sharps data collection system. Huber serves on the Central Service Advisory Committee representing the Laundry at Western Wisconsin Technical College in La Crosse.