Annual consumption rate
Number of lifespan launderings
Safety stock level
The lifespan of linen is measured in terms of how many times it can be laundered before becoming too worn to be suitable for guestroom use.
The laundry manager is responsible for placing new linen in use on an as needed basis to maintain the par level for each linen item.
Newly received linen orders should be stored in the main linen room with linens that are already in use.
Colored linen items are usually more expensive but have longer lifespans than white linen items.
Annual consumption rate.
Number of lifespan launderings.
Safety stock level.
The general manager.
The purchasing agent.
The executive housekeeper.