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.

Jack Vroegh

Jack Vroegh, who began his career in textile care in 1983, is the previous owner of a Merrillville, IN-based ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists franchise.

Jack Vroegh, who began his career in textile care in 1983, is the previous owner of a Merrillville, IN-based ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists franchise serving the metropolitan areas of Chicago; Evansville, Indianapolis and South Bend, IN; and Louisville and Lexington, KY. ImageFIRST, based in King of Prussia, PA, is one of the nation’s largest healthcare linen laundry services. 

  

Prior to starting the ImageFIRST location, Vroegh and his family had owned one of the largest specialty cleaning companies in the United States, serving clients throughout the northern half of Illinois and Indiana. During his time with ImageFIRST, Vroegh has served as one of the company’s infection prevention auditors, inspecting the company’s numerous plants and depots to ensure compliance with ImageFIRST standards, which meet or exceed those of HLAC. Likewise, in his position of HLAC Inspector, Vroegh says he brings the knowledge of HLAC processes and standards for ensuring that products being shipped from the laundry adhere to professionally recognized infection prevention and control policies.  

  

In addition to patient safety, another specialty of Vroegh’s was in the role of customer service within his organization.  He received his CXO-level (Customer Experience Officer) accreditation from a leading authority in customer service.