TRSA’s Industry Performance Report allows you to benchmark productivity, efficiency and financial performance against operators of similar volume, product mix and markets, i.e., industrial, linen supply and healthcare. The report includes detailed information regarding expenses, revenue, and energy usage, as well as productivity per pound processed and financial performance statistics such as profit margin and asset turnover. In addition, you learn about industry sales and production trends. This report is unavailable from any other source. Participating TRSA members receive this tremendous resource free and a bonus customized report specific to their operations. You cannot manage your operations effectively without access to this vital report.
Linen, uniform and facility services companies use the TRSA Industry Performance Report to compare their detailed financial results with operations similar to theirs in these respects:
The TRSA Plant Employee Compensation Report quantifies differences in pay and benefits between various types of linen, uniform and facility services operations for the range of exempt and non-exempt positions in the industry. Companies are classified similarly to the TRSA Industry Performance Report, enabling readers to contrast the offerings of specialists (healthcare, hospitality, industrial, mixed) and local, regional and national operations.
TRSA’s Human Resources Committee reviewed the TRSA Plant Employee Compensation study and recommended updates to the survey to make it more current and more likely to be filled out by human resources (HR) departments. For example, revising the survey to include salary and hourly rates in ranges, instead of exact numbers, allows more HR managers to be able to complete the survey.
Other updates to the survey included expanded Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) questions including growth measurement of DEI programs and questions on flexible work schedules, like remote work options and varying eight- and 10-hour work days.
The TRSA Plant Employee Compensation Report quantifies differences in pay and benefits between various types of linen, uniform and facility services operations for the range of exempt and non-exempt positions in the industry. Companies are classified similarly to the TRSA Industry Performance Report, enabling readers to contrast the offerings of specialists (healthcare, hospitality, industrial and mixed) and local, regional and national operations.
Companies use this data to compare their pay and benefits with operations similar to theirs in these respects:
Data reported for each of the following categories:
The TRSA Safety Report allows participants to benchmark their occupational injury and illness data to measure progress in establishing and implementing enhanced management and safety practices to reduce and eliminate occupational injuries and illnesses by highlighting the industry’s highest risk areas, as well as these most cited by OSHA. These SafeTRSA efforts have led to the adoption of proven policies and procedures for maintaining equipment (lock-out, tag-out), handling soiled linen (especially blood-borne pathogens) and working in confined spaces.
TRSA’s Safety Report indicates that TRSA members perform better in workplace safety than the linen and uniform supply (LUS) industry as a whole in two key metrics such as days away from work, job restriction or transfer (DART rate) and total recordable injuries and illnesses (TRIR).
Whether it’s a question about OSHA’s newest standard, blood-borne pathogens, or the first step to creating a safety program in your organization, TRSA’s Safety Committee can help! If you have a safety-related question that you’d like answered, contact us and TRSA’s Safety Committee, which consists of 22 TRSA members responsible for their organizations’ safety and health, will offer their expertise.
The TRSA Industry Sustainability Report fosters comparison with industry colleagues on water and energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, evaporation credits and a dozen other sustainable business practices. Data guides linen, uniform and facility services laundries in improving economies, key to increasing efficiencies and maintaining competitiveness. Median performance is reported by line of business and all respondents. This report is for TRSA members only.
Persistent drought in U.S. regions has heightened interest in water usage – especially among legislators and regulators at the state and federal level. In the nation’s capital, regulators are implementing rules and regulations pertaining to reduction in energy usage and stationary-source emissions.
Federal EPA has long reached out to TRSA regarding the industry’s water use and energy consumption. Policy makers at all levels are increasingly aware of the textile services industry as a source of environmental impact.
TRSA’s Industry Sustainability Survey highlights the commercial laundry industry’s positive efforts in part to protect the industry from unnecessary regulatory involvement from federal and state policy makers. Derived from the previous Laundry ESP program, this effort is more targeted and it’s easier for laundries to submit data.
The TRSA Industry Sustainability Survey benchmarks the commercial laundry industry’s success in reducing water and energy demand to process laundry. Results are used to compare this progress against other industries’ conservation performance to show that the commercial laundry industry should not be regulated to reduce water and energy consumption.