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TRSA’s confidential information gathering process provides unparalleled access for you to benchmark financial performance, compensation, safety and sustainability with hundreds of similar linen, uniform and facility services companies worldwide. These reports are FREE for participating TRSA members and available for purchase.

TRSA Industry Performance Report

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Download and reply by August 15 to participate in this year’s survey. The TRSA Industry Performance Report compiles financial statement information from linen, uniform and facility services companies to create benchmarking data that allows companies to identify strategies, markets and best practices to facilitate their growth and long-term success. Companies use the report to compare their detailed financial results with operations similar to theirs in line of business (customer markets served), number of laundry/branch locations and company sales volume. A trend analysis section reports data on the last five years for F&B, healthcare, industrial and mixed companies. CLICK HERE for more details and to purchase the TRSA Industry Performance Report.

TRSA Compensation and Benefits Report

The TRSA Compensation Benefits Report provides benchmarks for linen, uniform and facility services facilities for a range of exempt and non-exempt positions by operational segment, i.e., healthcare, industrial/uniform, F&B/linen supply and hospitality, as well as by region and size. If you are interested in participating, please contact CLICK HERE for more details and to purchase the TRSA Compensation and Benefits Report.

TRSA Safety Report

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. If you are interested in participating, please contact