Not sure if your company is a TRSA member? Or if your name has been provided to TRSA to access member benefits? Follow the procedures here to access online resources you need to put TRSA to work for you!
Get Your Username and Password
Use this link if you’ve never previously accessed password-protected TRSA resources.
Input your e-mail address and the temporary password: Password1 (must use capitalized “P”).
If this doesn’t work, you’ll receive an “incorrect e-mail or password” note. E-mail Meredyth Ellington at email@example.com or call her at 703.519.0029, ext. 102, to activate your e-mail address.
When it works, you’ll reach the MyTRSA Web Portal, where you should change your password under My Information.
Then come back to www.trsa.org and log in with your e-mail and password. If this combination doesn’t give you access to password-protected pages on the site, your company needs to be a TRSA member.
E-mail Ken Koepper at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 703.519.0029, ext. 109 to inquire about TRSA membership.
Advantages of TRSA Membership
The Key Membership Benefits PDF helps you make the most of your company’s TRSA membership for your own professional development. Keep this file on your computer or other digital device as well as a print copy to easily take advantage of the range of TRSA member resources. This document contains links to webpages that describe this range of benefits. The more of them your company uses, the more its membership pays off. Most links in this document pertain to every management role in linen, uniform and facility services.
Subscribe to Textile Services Weekly
Use this link to opt-into e-newsletters. Once your username and password are associated with your TRSA member company, you will automatically begin to receive the monthly Textile Services magazine. But please opt-into Textile Services online updates, including Textile Services Weekly, Textile Services Breaking News and periodic e-newsletters dedicated to linen, uniform and facility services for international, F&B, healthcare, hospitality and industrial/uniform markets.