JLA forms team of compliance experts to see in Standards


Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A team of experts has been set up by commercial laundry equipment distributors JLA to help care home owners ensure their laundries comply with the National Minimum Standards. JLA managing director Stuart Wilkinson said the company¹s customer care managers were available to visit care homes around the nation and give free advice on how to meet the standards covering laundries economically and efficiently. “JLA is the world¹s largest independent distributor of commercial laundry equipment and is renowned for its unrivalled level of service,” Mr wilkinson said. “The care sector is one of our major markets and we supply nine out of 10 of Britain¹s biggest care groups such as Bupa, Ashborne and Southern Cross, as well as more than 7,000 independents.” Mr Wilkinson said JLA¹s long and close association with the care market meant the company had a full understanding of both its laundry requirements and the regulations it must meet. “For some time we have been advising care homes on the latest water regulations a





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