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Safety is no accident

The Safety Specialists (TSS) provides the tools, services and training you need to ensure a safe workplace, community and home.

Knowledge is Power

TSS is an industry leader in supporting clients with the most current, research-based safety training, education, and information. We are dedicated to ensuring that you have the knowledge and skills to eliminate hazards and respond appropriately to any emergency.

 

Hard Hats 101

When work involving an overhead hazard is on the agenda, the use of a hard hat should be required. Protecting employees from potential head injuries is critical for just about any workplace safety program. Classes of Hard Hats Not all hard hats are the same, and there...

SAFETY CORNER: Staying safe while working around forklifts

Forklift accidents account for approximately 85 deaths, 34,900 serious injuries, and 61,800 non-serious injuries each year in the United States, according to the government. While OSHA requires employers to train their forklift drivers thoroughly, the training of...

Parent Decisions in Preventing Drug Use and Abuse

Increasingly, the greatest threats to safety in the home are associated with substance use and abuse, especially by teenagers. TSS relies extensively on research by doctors, mental health experts, and scientists to provide the best resources available to help parents...

SAFETY CORNER: Watch out in School Zones

As summer passes into autumn, school zones can suddenly become a very congested and confusing place to be. School buses are picking up and dropping off, kids are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, parents are in a rush to drop their kids off before going...

How safe is the school bus?

If you have any concerns about how safe your child will be riding the school bus, put your mind at ease.  According to NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), the school bus is the safest vehicle on the roadways today. Statistically, a child is much...

Safety in the face of an opioid epidemic

Drug abuse in the workforce is an increasing challenge for American businesses. Although much attention has been paid to the opioid epidemic’s role in keeping people off the job or out of work, over fifty percent of people who report misusing pain-relievers are currently on the job. No matter where the workplace is, these employees tend to show reduced productivity and in the worst of cases, they can be a danger to themselves, their co-workers and the public at-large.

Safety is no accident

The Safety Specialists (TSS) provides the tools, services and training you need to ensure a safe workplace, community and home.

(877) 225-1431

info@tss-safety.com

Hard Hats 101

When work involving an overhead hazard is on the agenda, the use of a hard hat should be required. Protecting employees from potential head injuries is critical for just about any workplace safety program. Classes of Hard Hats Not all hard hats are the same, and there...

SAFETY CORNER: Staying safe while working around forklifts

Forklift accidents account for approximately 85 deaths, 34,900 serious injuries, and 61,800 non-serious injuries each year in the United States, according to the government. While OSHA requires employers to train their forklift drivers thoroughly, the training of...

Parent Decisions in Preventing Drug Use and Abuse

Increasingly, the greatest threats to safety in the home are associated with substance use and abuse, especially by teenagers. TSS relies extensively on research by doctors, mental health experts, and scientists to provide the best resources available to help parents...

SAFETY CORNER: Watch out in School Zones

As summer passes into autumn, school zones can suddenly become a very congested and confusing place to be. School buses are picking up and dropping off, kids are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, parents are in a rush to drop their kids off before going...

How safe is the school bus?

If you have any concerns about how safe your child will be riding the school bus, put your mind at ease.  According to NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), the school bus is the safest vehicle on the roadways today. Statistically, a child is much...

Safety in the face of an opioid epidemic

Drug abuse in the workforce is an increasing challenge for American businesses. Although much attention has been paid to the opioid epidemic’s role in keeping people off the job or out of work, over fifty percent of people who report misusing pain-relievers are currently on the job. No matter where the workplace is, these employees tend to show reduced productivity and in the worst of cases, they can be a danger to themselves, their co-workers and the public at-large.

Our Services

Safety in the Workplace

TSS helps businesses identify their safety needs and develops comprehensive and customized workplace safety programs compliant with federal and state departments of transportation and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. We provide screening and testing services 24/7.

Safety in the Community

TSS supports public agencies, law enforcement, schools and community organizations with safety services, training and educational opportunities in classroom settings and through webinars. Our consultants develop and deliver programs uniquely tailored for specific community needs.

Safety in the Home

TSS offers robust programming to help parents address substance use and abuse with their children, including confidential drug and alcohol screening options — all with the goal of prevention. We also address in-home safety concerns through our free, online resources.

A simple, affordable approach to a safer workplace

Let TSS manage your workplace drug screening program in the easiest, most cost-effective and efficient way possible. As a federally compliant Third-Party Administrator, our company can reliably handle every mandated step of the screening process. Sign up to be part of the TSS Consortium of businesses to take advantage of the cost-savings that come with being part of a group.

Join the TSS Consortium today.

Download the linked form and send to ginny@tss-safety.com, fax to (907) 247-1431 or mail to 120 Carlanna Lake Rd. Ketchikan, AK 99901.

Consortium portal

Log in to the TSS Consortium portal to access your business’ screening information, including scheduling and results.

With One Goal In Mind: Safety Matters!

We'll help you make your workplace, community and home safer for all! Contact us now.

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Post Accident Emergency Hotline:

Ketchikan: (907) 401-3003

Juneau: (907) 321-3937

Quincy: (573) 719-9101

Keokuk: (319) 524-5051