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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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COSS Report: What are the Odds?

COSS Report: What are the Odds?

The National Safety Council has been gathering some very interesting data on the most common events that put people at risk of dying. Did you know that your odds of dying by a lightning strike are one in 138,849? Or that the odds of dying in a motorcycle accident are...

Cold Weather AED Care

Cold Weather AED Care

During the coldest days of winter, a question that we often get from TSS clients is: "Do we need to do anything special to care for our Automated External Defibrillator (AED) when it's freezing out?" The last thing employers or individuals want - no matter the weather...

Check your CPR/First Aid Cards

Check your CPR/First Aid Cards

Spring will be here before you know it and many people working in outdoor, recreational and educational industries will be renewing their CPR and First Aid certification for their jobs. If your card expires in the next three months, now is the time to take the course...

Keep Safe During Winter Fire Season

Keep Safe During Winter Fire Season

Did you know December, January and February are peak months for house fires? More home cooking and heating as well as holiday decorations, winter storms and the use of candles – all increase the risk of fire during the cold months. Each year, about 900 people die in...

Coach’s Corner: Skip the Resolutions

Coach’s Corner: Skip the Resolutions

When she is not at TSS, ensuring you are safe at work, CEO Renee Schofield provides wellness, health and career coaching services. A certified health coach, Renee recently started NO SPEED LIMIT, a coaching business with the mission of helping clients live their best...

Employers and the Workplace Vaccine Mandate

Employers and the Workplace Vaccine Mandate

As employers, we are responsible for the health and wellbeing of our employees at work and the people our business serves. Over the last two years, this basic responsibility has taken on entirely new dimensions. We quickly had to learn COVID precautions and protocols...

The Schofield Coss Report

The Schofield Coss Report

In my role as a Certified Occupational Safety Specialist, I often hear from employers who tell me that impairment is affecting their workplace productivity in greater numbers than ever before. That’s not surprising when we know that the drug screen positivity rate has...

An Important Announcement from FMCSA

An Important Announcement from FMCSA

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently announced that states must downgrade commercial driver’s licenses and learning permits for commercial drivers with drug and alcohol violations within 60 days of the time the state is notified.   The...

Fall Safety Tips for Pedestrians

Fall Safety Tips for Pedestrians

It’s that time of year again; dark mornings and early evenings are upon us. Since the sun rises later and sets earlier pedestrians are more likely to be out and about during low-visibility hours. With a lot more people walking around in the dark, it’s not surprising...

TSS CEO Renee Schofield and her team of safety specialists share wisdom from 20-plus years in the safety industry.

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