Tracking TRSA members’ steady reduction in reportable injuries and illnesses has highlighted disciplines for emphasis and improvement, prompting development of summit and conference programming, webinars and employee training resources.
Attendance at this summit is the best way for safety officers and other managerial positions to stay up-to-date on current and developing safety trends within the industry. Pick up best management practices (BMPs) from industry experts, discover industry-wide resources and effective techniques that may not be discovered by reading a manual or watching a video. The one-day agenda features industry-specific presentations, relevant keynote, award-winning ideas from other industries and executive panels that help round out attendee exposure to trends, issues and techniques for creating, maintaining or improving company safety culture.
Preview recorded webinars on these safety topics and others then watch them at your own pace.
These training materials, including documents that can be customized to your company’s needs, feature checklists, reference materials, exercises and tests to help you tackle some of the industry’s most difficult challenges.
Control of Hazardous Energy – Lockout/Tagout (English)
Control of Hazardous Energy – Lockout/Tagout (Spanish) | Managing OSHA Inspections
Precautions for Protection Video (English) | Precautions for Protection Video (Spanish)
Membership-wide safety statistics enable you to easily compare your company’s improvements to the TRSA norm and foster further gains. 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.
ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety
From the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards, a framework for planning and implementing occupational health and safety (OH&S) processes; monitoring, measuring and reporting them; and acting to continually improve OH&S performance to achieve intended outcomes
View current projects, members and the agenda of the TRSA Safety Committee.
Media & In the News
TRSA promotes the value and benefits of linen, uniform and facility services that enhance businesses, retailers, healthcare facilities, restaurants, government and other organizations.