Unitex is happy to announce we are expanding to our newest location in Lawrence, Massachusetts! Previously the home of Crown Brand-Building Packaging, our new, 188,409 sq ft facility was a lonely industrial warehouse just waiting for a purpose. Unitex’s expanding operations are always on the lookout for the best people to join our team.
David Potack, President of Unitex, Receives Leadership Excellence Award from Mount Saint Mary College
Elmsford, NY— On December 6th, David Potack, President of Unitex, received The Joseph A. Bonura Award for Leadership Excellence from Mount Saint Mary College. This award recognizes individuals or organizations whose professional accomplishments and approach to management reflect the same commitment to quality, concern for neighbors, and shared prosperity that have exemplified the career and…Details
The waiting room can be a hotbed of disease-causing pathogens. Every surface that gets touched by a sick patient becomes a vessel for contamination and the spread of diseases. With people constantly coming in and out, how do you ensure that your waiting room stays as clean as possible?
Having sterile, organized, and ready-to-use surgical linens for your hospital or clinic is vital for its smooth functioning. Keeping that supply of surgical and patient gowns, towels, sheets, and equipment wrappers available is a task of great importance.
Choosing the right healthcare linen, laundry and apparel service provider is a decision with many frightening consequences. You want reliability, honesty, and quality service, but how can you ensure that’s what you’ll get?
Workers on the frontlines in the medical industry know the dangers associated with the job and the need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in all situations. The following are some helpful PPE guidelines your healthcare staff should be following:
Slip and fall accidents are a serious public health problem, especially in the healthcare industry. According to statistics, a large portion of slip and fall victims are hospital patients and residents of long-term care facilities. Slip and fall accidents cost upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars. They can cause serious injuries, and even death.Details