Welcome to the TSA
The TSA is the trade association for the textile care services industry. The TSA represent commercial laundry and textile rental businesses. Membership ranges from family-run operations through to large, multi-national companies. TSA staff strive to represent, promote and educate the textile care services industry.
The TSA's Mission is to protect, nurture and develop the textile services industry and the supply chains in which it participates, creating an environment in which our members can thrive and the services provided are seen as great value by customers and end-users. The Policies section provides insight into the industry's stance on a variety of topics that have direct repercussions on the business environment.
Check out the Membership section to see how your business can get involved, be supported and represented.
To find a TSA Member, use the green search box on the right-hand side of this page. If you are a TSA member and want to search via catchment area, use the Member Directory link and change the filters to suit your search.
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Worshipful Company of Launderers - Travelling Scholarships 2020
The Worshipful Company of Launders are in the final preparations for their travelling scholarships for 2020
Johnsons Hotel Linen announces new partnership with employee support charity the Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust
Johnsons Hotel Linen started working with the trust in July 2019, under the guidance of Rebecca Morgan, Head of HR. The trust has already provided support nine children whose parents work for Johnsons Hotel Linen.
Croner Webinars for February 2020
Croner's Webinar and E-Learning sessions are free for TSA members
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Managing Risks Related to Covid-19 (Wuhan Coronavirus) - Discussion
This section is intended to begin a discussion on operational aspects of laundries such as detailed risk assessment, employee awareness, policies and considerations on personal protective equipment to help manage risks related to Wuhan novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
Cage Ergonomics - Good Practice Document
Cage related cuts & bruises and manual handing have been among the top five incidents reported in the TSA's annual Heath and Safety report for the last two years. The H&S Steering Group nominated a project group to put together a good practice document. This document is now available for the TSA membership.
Fire Safety Good Practice Documents
TSA's Fire Safety Project Group have collated some excellent practical guidance for fire safety in textile services operations. This suite of Good Practice Guidance documents cover over 13 specific topics ranging from spontaneous combustion to utility management. This project was undertaken under the direction of the Health and Safety Steering Group in TSA's Knowledge Networks.