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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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TSS Walk Across America – Week 1 Update

The first week of TSS’s Walk Across America was a warm-up and a homecoming at the same time. Our team walked a total of 626,446 steps or 313 miles. That is the equivalent (give or take about 20 miles) of a hike from Juneau to TSS’s hometown of Ketchikan, Alaska. Set...

SAFETY CORNER: 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...

TSS’s Walk Across America

Did you know that 48 percent of Americans have some form of heart disease? According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 cause of death in the United States, claiming more than 840,000 lives per year. So, in recognition that February...

Tips for safe snow shoveling

For many of us, winter is synonymous with shoveling snow. It’s one of those chores that seems to come at the most inconvenient times, and you want to get it over with as quickly as possible. But shoveling is an extremely strenuous, labor-intensive task, and should not...

Introducing TSS’s new online store

For 2019, TSS is pleased to offer customers a select number of high-quality safety products through our new online store. In keeping with TSS’s mission to provide the most current and trustworthy information and resources — using industry-leading technology and best...

Worker safety during disaster recovery

End of summer and fall are periods when certain regions of the United States see an increase in extreme weather events, including hurricanes, flooding, and tornados. For workers, clean up after one of these natural disasters can be an extremely dangerous on-the-job...

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...

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