TRSA Strengthens International Alliances

Feb 9, 2018

TRSA President & CEO Joseph Ricci recently participated on behalf of TRSA, the association for linen, uniform and facility services, at the European Textile Services Association’s (ETSA) 34th National Associations’ meeting in Paris. While discussions ranged from labor to politics, the meeting agenda focused primarily on areas of cooperation and information sharing.

Pellerin Honored at TRSA Dinner in New Orleans

Feb 2, 2018

About 30 TRSA members gathered at a restaurant in New Orleans’ French Quarter for a networking dinner on Feb. 1 that included an impromptu recognition of Jim Pellerin, president of Pellerin Milnor Corp., as the winner of TRSA’s 2017 Maglin/Biggie Lifetime Achievement Award for associate members.

Senator Tours Appeara, Touts Tax Plan

Feb 2, 2018

U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer (R-NE) recently visited TRSA operator member Appeara at its facility in Norfolk, NE, according to news reports. The senator toured the linen, uniform and facility services company’s plant and discussed topics including NAFTA and the new tax plan, among other issues.

TRSAPAC Fly-In: Tax Reform, Environmental Issues on the Agenda

Dec 8, 2017

TRSA held a series of high-impact meetings with members of Congress and White House staff on Dec. 7 in Washington, DC. The meetings were the culmination of the association’s exclusive Winter TRSAPAC Fly-In event, featuring two days of meetings on Capitol Hill with legislators and high-ranking officials in President Donald J. Trump’s administration.

OSHA Combustible Dust Forum Scheduled for May 13

May 4, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC, May 4, 2011 – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has scheduled a forum for May 13 to consider possible regulatory options concerning combustible dust hazards in the workplace. Representatives from various industries, academia, research groups, insurance-underwriter organizations, labor and government will provide analysis of the issue.

TRSA Addresses Concerns with High-Ranking OSHA Officials

May 2, 2011

WASHINGTON, DC, May 2, 2011 – In an exclusive meeting with a pair of senior staff members of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) on Friday, TRSA warned that some new agency policies are likely to thwart future successes in worker protection by discouraging businesses from consulting with OSHA as they experiment with new practices to improve workplace safety and health.