White House Reviewing OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency Rule


The administration of President Joe Biden (D) offered up campaign promises and even an Executive Order designed to protect employees from COVID-19. But so far, no Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) from OSHA addressing COVID-19 has taken effect. That could be changing soon.

TRSA Issues Regional Textile Services Market Analyses


Forecasts for linen, uniform and facility services’ growth in critical demand sectors in the wake of the COVID-19 downturn are now offered by nation or world region through the issuance of regional editions of data provided by The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU’s) Global Textile Services Market Analysis.

VF Corp. Announces the Sale of Several Workwear Brands


VF Corp., Denver, announced early today that it’s entered into a definitive agreement to sell several well-known workwear brands, including Red Kap®, Bulwark® and Workrite®, to a diversified holding company called Redwood Capital Investments LLC. The sale doesn’t include the Dickies® or Timberland PRO® brands, according to a news release.

TRSA Hits the Road to Visit Members


TRSA staff departed the association’s headquarters in Alexandria, VA, on April 19 for a week-and-a-half long road trip to visit operator and supplier members across the South and Southeastern U.S. By the time the trip concludes on April 28, the TRSA van will have logged more than 3,000 miles while traveling through seven states and visiting more than 25 member companies.

TRSA Campaign Supports Mother’s Day Restaurant Business


TRSA is kicking off a two-week internet remarketing campaign linking to a video that encourages families to take moms to tablecloth restaurants on Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 9), recognizing the importance of this annual celebration to the revenues of fine-dining establishments and linen services that supply them.