Our Safety Blog & Newsletter
TSS is committed to helping businesses, communities and individuals create safe environments — regardless of whether you’re a client. Visit our safety blog, and sign up for our free, monthly newsletter to find information covering many topics related to workplace, community and in-home safety.
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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...
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.
One of the most valuable services we provide at TSS, is our regularly scheduled CPR and First Aid training. We often say that we are in the business of saving lives and with our focus on Summer Safety, we cannot put enough emphasis on how vital these trainings are for everyone.
Housekeeping may call to mind scrubbing, cleaning, and picking up. But in a workplace setting, “housekeeping” is synonymous with safety!
DOT drug testing is about safety. In order to ensure the integrity of the test represents the employee’s ability to perform their duties in a safe manner, direct observation situations can serve as a deterrent when temptation to submit false samples arises.
An electrical accident at your worksite has the potential to cause devastating injuries to workers and huge costs for your business. Making sure that your workplace follows basic electrical safety procedures is key to keeping employees safe and avoiding hefty OSHA fines.
The term “Competent Person” is used in many OSHA standards and documents. An OSHA “competent person” is defined as “one who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them.”