CSB: Mechanical Failure Caused Tank Explosion

May 30, 2017

A report from the federal Chemical Safety Board cites mechanical failure as the cause of a massive explosion on April 3 in St. Louis when a pressure vessel flew through the roof of a box company and landed on Faultless Healthcare Linen's nearby offices. Three Faultless employees died in the incident.

TRSA’s Reception: Golf, Socialize and Have Fun!

May 26, 2017

The night before Clean '17 opens, attendees should plan on TRSA's reception at Topgolf, a climate-controlled indoor driving range with plenty of excellent food and drink for those who want to play, or simply catch up with friends and colleagues.

Clean ’17 – Get Educated!

May 26, 2017

For Clean '17, TRSA is sponsoring a wide array of educational programs, ranging from OSHA compliance to family business dynamics, social media marketing and more!

Clean ’17: Networking Opportunities

May 26, 2017

TRSA is sponsoring a wide range of programs designed to foster networking among attendees with diverse backgrounds ranging from veterans to international visitors, women in textile services and more. 

TRSA Webinar: Maximize Your Membership Value

May 26, 2017

TRSA’s Director of Marketing & PR Ken Koepper recently hosted an hour-long webinar titled “Tips for Finding TRSA’s Most Useful Resources.” During the presentation, Koepper walked attendees through some of the most useful TRSA member resources available online.

Prudential Maintains Cleanroom Certification

May 26, 2017

Prudential Cleanroom Services recently announced that it has completed its surveillance audits for ISO 9001:2008 through TUV SUD America Inc. This certification applies to Prudential’s corporate headquarters and its national network of six cleanroom laundry processing facilities located in Los Angeles and Milpitas, CA; Mesa, AZ; Austin, TX; Richmond, VA; Portland, OR; and the company’s Distribution Center in Cerritos, CA, according to a news release.

Cintas Updates Southwest Airlines Uniforms

May 26, 2017

Cintas Corp., Mason, OH, recently manufactured new uniforms for Southwest Airlines, the first redesign in two decades for the Dallas-based carrier. More than 42,000 flight attendents, gate agents and ramp workers will begin wearing the new uniforms on June 18, according to media reports.