We’re a team of professionals dedicated to helping businesses create and manage simple solutions that make safety and operational efficiency a part of their company’s culture.

At TSF, we work every single day to help our clients understand OSHA regulations, implement best practices, and reduce accidents. Plus, your team will know that their company is seriously committed to keeping them safe, so everyone goes home safe at the end of the day.

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Our practice areas

Our staff pros have expertise in:

  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • EMIS (EHS Management Information Systems)
  • Corporate Emergency Management
  • Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity
  • Lean/Six Sigma and Operational Efficiency
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In our community


We proudly support the National Parents Organization and work in our community to help advocate for, build, and nurture stronger families for a better future.
Learn more at nationalparentsorganization.org and http://www.facebook.com/nationalparentsorganization.


We also proudly support the Bars Family Foundation and their work in our local community to help advocate for fathers’ rights and their fight to ensure children are able to be loved by both of their parents.
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Latest news and updates

OSHA inspections explained, a 5-minute overview

Few things can be as anxiety-inducing as an OSHA inspector arriving unannounced for at your facility.  This video from the Department of Labor is a high-level explanation of the process and how it works. It’s important to know your responsibilities and your rights.  Don’t wait until you’re eye-to-eye to make sure your workplace is compliant and … Continue reading OSHA inspections explained, a 5-minute overview

“Active shooter” needs to be in your Action Plan

It’s an unfortunate reality, but companies that don’t have a plan in place for an active shooter are leaving a hazard unaddressed and employees at risk.  Physical security measures are a must and, as EHS Today writes, there is new technology emerging to help shorten response times and save lives.  Are you prepared for this … Continue reading “Active shooter” needs to be in your Action Plan