ISN Approved Contractor …Safe and Sustainable Workplace

Total Restoration Services, Inc, (TRS) an Approved Contractor in the ISN Global Network for over five years, is a world-class concrete service company with a focus on safety and sustainability. The TRS Philosophy  Our guiding company philosophy merges job site safety practices with knowledge-based training programs, creating a safe and sustainable environment at every worksite. TRS maintains an excellent Experience Modification Factor (EMF), consistently scoring well below the national average of 1.0, reflecting our emphasis on our thorough in-house safety and training policy. Occupational safety and health has matured into a social responsibility platform throughout the industry. TRS recognizes that environmental issues that were once the primary focus of sustainability initiatives have now heightened attention to managing our company’s social responsibility in the construction and building repair sectors. Our clients, leaders in the chemical, freight, food, property management and navigation industries, seek reliable health and safety construction partners who also work in protecting the environment in a sustainable manner.  The TRS Commitment to Safety and Sustainability TRS recognizes that our company cannot be sustainable without protecting the safety and health of our most vital resources: our workers and the employees of our clients in addition to the environment. Therefore, we are committed to following best practices: Reclamation of concrete demolition and waste concrete/masonry materials  Participating in the recyclable process of structural steel and reinforcing rebar Utilizing repair materials which minimize environmental and economic impacts  Coordinating the client’s logistical and safety parameters with TRS contractual work Continually reviewing industry practices and comparing these to TRS’s implementation of internal programs Enforcing the TRS’s policy of a safe and sustainable workplace with every project Learn More about TRS With over 50 years of … Read More