Northwest Health Care Linen Reaches Safety Milestone

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Been four years without time-loss injury, company says

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Northwest Health Care Linen (NWHCL), a medical textiles launderer based here, reports that on Aug. 3, it celebrated four years of operations without a time-loss injury.

The company says the accomplishment is the result of NWHCL’s strong focus on employee safety.

“Safety is no accident and we strive each day to make it our No. 1 goal,” says James Hall, CEO at NWHCL.

The company says that each day, its focus is on safety, quality and quantity—in that order. As a team, the managers and employees strive to send everyone home at the end of their shift in the same or better shape than when they arrived, NWHCL says.

NWHCL hosted a celebration barbecue at its facility for all the employees in mid-August to celebrate the safety accomplishment.


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