Some jobs, especially in healthcare, may require personnel to wear scrubs, whether for safety reasons, for a unified appearance, or for easy identification of staff members. Medical scrubs in only one style and color used to be the norm, but today’s scrub suits take body shape, comfort, and style into consideration. If your work wardrobe consists primarily of men’s or women's scrubs, don’t you deserve to wear something you like that looks good and fits you properly? Here are a few reasons why you can do your job better if your scrubs fit well.
Healthcare-associated infections, or HAIs, are complications of healthcare and linked with high morbidity and mortality. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 25 U.S. hospital patients is diagnosed with at least one infection related to hospital care each year. And with fast-moving bacterial infections like MRSA reaching near-epidemic levels in healthcare environments, controlling the spread of pathogens has never been more immediate.
You manage your operations down to the tiniest detail. At Morgan Hospitality, we understand the many facets of your job, and we strive to help increase your efficiencies in any way that we can. That’s why we offer a variety of disposable supplies and solutions – one less thing you have to worry about.
Morgan Hospitality takes pride in helping restaurants and hotels put their best foot forward with table linens and uniforms year-round. But Thanksgiving is a time of year where even those of us who are celebrating at home are looking to add that extra special flare.
If you’re breaking out your linen napkins for Thanksgiving this year, give some of these timeless folding tricks a try:
This past week we hosted several of our Service, Sales and Production members at the 63rd Morgan Services Orientation in Chicago. The week was filled with education on our rich company history as well as the family’s history which dates back to the Mayflower. The members are also taught Customer Service, the role of a General Manager, the role of a Service Manager, Human Resources, the importance of our Customer Surveys, our Reporting Systems, and The Morgan Production Systems.
A primary mission of the Textile Rental Services Association, or TRSA, is to promote a stronger, safer and more environmentally conscious community. One of the ways they do this is through their Clean Green Certification, which recognizes large-scale laundry and textile companies for sustainable practices. Customers who work with Clean Green companies are assured that these companies are working hard to conserve resources and minimize environmental impact.
Healthcare professionals are no strangers to being on their feet, with few chances to sit down during a shift. But if the proper safety measures are not taken, foot, leg and back pain, general fatigue, and sometimes even permanent damage can occur. In fact, workers can start feeling negative effects after just two hours of continuous standing.
Morgan Healthcare is proud to be HLAC certified. But, what does that mean for customers? Here’s a quick FAQ about HLAC certification and how it benefits our customers nationwide:
Chef coats have long been worn in commercial kitchens. Often made with double-thick material, a chef coat helps to protect chefs and line cooks from common dangers, like hot grease and steam. In high-end restaurants and those with open kitchens, the chef coat also helps to elevate the professional appearance of the kitchen staff.
But let’s face it – though necessary, chef coats make you hot.