Safety & Health Certification

Receive third-party verification of how safety has become a priority value for your operation

Apply for Safety & Health Certification | Prioritizing Safety | Why Get Certified | Bottom Line Impact | Benefits of Certification

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Prioritizing Safety

Make safety a priority value for your plant with TRSA’s Safety & Health Certification:

  • Process consists of pre-audit survey, application for certification, and inspection and review process
  • Helps protect financial, human and physical assets by helping to create and implement protocol and safety compliance plans

Why Get Certified

Why certification? Workplace injuries and illnesses by the numbers:

  • 8 million –approximate number of nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses that were reported in 2018
  • 900,000 – workforce members who lost at least one day due to workplace injury or illness (US Bureau of Labor and Statistics, 2018 reporting from private industry employers)
  • $1 billion dollars – approximate cost in direct US workers compensation costs for employers
  • Obtaining this certification will improve your company’s safety performance – and your business results!

As a company’s safety performance improves, employee engagement increases, and vice versa:

And employee engagement drive business success.  Gallup, Inc. has studied the impact of employee engagement on business success.  In Gallup’s 2017 report, State of the American Workplace, Gallup compared the business performance results of companies with the highest and lowest levels of employee engagement.  Those companies with highly-engaged employees outperformed those companies with the lowest levels of employee engagement in the following key business metrics:

  • 70% fewer employee safety incidents
  • 41% lower absenteeism
  • 40% fewer quality defects
  • 21% higher profitability
  • 20% higher sales
  • 17% higher productivity
  • 10% higher customer satisfaction

Safety performance drives employee engagement, and employee engagement drives improved business results!

Safety & Health Certification Standard

Bottom Line Impact

Other direct and indirect costs for injuries that may negatively impact employer bottom lines*:

  • Medical expenses
  • Costs for legal services
  • Training replacement employees
  • Accident investigation
  • Possible punitive fines and damages
  • Implementation of corrective measures
  • Lost productivity
  • Repairs of damaged equipment/property
  • Costs associated with the resultant drop in employee morals and absenteeism. (

*Discover the potential impact work related injuries and illnesses may have on your company’s bottom line with OSHA’s Safety Pays calculator.

Benefits of Certification

Strong safety programs help build a solid business foundation:

“If you want to be the best in the world at whatever you do, it begins with worker safety.” – Paul H. O’Neill, ALCOA chairman & CEO and U.S. Secretary of Treasury

O’Neill was chairman and CEO of the Pittsburgh industrial giant Alcoa from 1987 to 1999, and retired as chairman at the end of 2000. At the beginning of his tenure O’Neill encountered significant resistance from the Board of Directors due to his stance on prioritizing worker safety. The company’s market value increased from $3 billion in 1986 to $27.53 billion in 2000, while net income increased from $200 million to $1.484 billion.

  • Provides protocol and compliance for workplace and worker safety (PPE, ergonomics, proper training on tools and equipment, access to First Aid, etc.)
  • Prioritizes an environment that benefits workers and results in increased productivity and worker satisfaction
  • Creates opportunities for increased plant output by minimizing equipment downtime
  • Increases plant bottom line through reduced Workers Comp premiums and avoidance of the costs associated with worker injury/equipment malfunction
  • Identifies hazards that could be cause for citations or fines during formal OSHA inspections
  • Empowers employee safety training and input on solutions to issues that may be plant-specific