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Let our experienced team of compliance specialists work with you to handle time-consuming compliance management for your drivers, vehicles and employees. Our team provides real ROI by eliminating internal costs and paying close attention to your compliance.

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Get tailored regulatory expertise at your site. Our veteran consultants bring their deep compliance and best practice knowledge to you. You can rely on our expertise in regulations enforced by DOT, OSHA, EPA, DOL and hundreds of state agencies.

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Choose our cloud-based technology to help you manage your workplace and fleet, with anytime, anywhere access. All online services offer a dashboard and easy navigation, to keep you always abreast of regulatory compliance.

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Events

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Each year, the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) surveys stakeholders to determine the top industry issues. The last survey listed the following areas amongst the top 10: Driver shortage Hours-of-service and ELDs Driver pay, detention, and retention Compliance Safety, Accountability (CSA), and The economy As you look to the future, and your own unique operational challenges, this webcast will help you plan in order turn challenges into opportunities.
Webcasts - Available On-demand
If the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) auditors come knocking, they’ll pay particular attention to your driver qualification (DQ) files. If you haven’t dotted all the i’s and crossed all the t’s in your records, you could face harsh penalties, not to mention increased liability in the event of an accident. During this webcast you'll learn: the components of a compliant DQ file the standards for record retention how the DQ audit process works the top DQ violations found during audits — and how to avoid them! We will also include a live Q&A session — bring your questions!
Webcasts - On-Demand
From Live Seminar to Virtual Event! In the current COVID-19 environment, J. J. Keller is adapting our live seminars into a virtual setting so we can continue to bring you the latest information you need to keep your employees safe! Attend this complimentary OSHA Virtual Event where we’ll dive into COVID-19 guidance on keeping workers safe and your company compliant. We'll also look at OSHA's requirements and the latest real-life cases on recordkeeping including recordability on COVID-19! In this virtual event, you'll gain valuable insights, interact with live on-screen presenters and ask questions throughout the event!
Webcasts - Available On-demand
FMCSA is adding another compliance enforcement tool – off-site audits. In 2019, the use of off-site audits rose over 300%! While the audit method may be different from an on-site audit, the results are much the same and could include a hit to your safety rating, fines and penalties. Join J. J. Keller subject matter expert Daren Hansen, as he explains how this surge in off-site audits could impact your fleet. He’ll discuss: How FMCSA selects carriers for audits and why you might be next How audits are conducted and how you can prepare What you can do now to lower your risk of being selected for an audit This 30-minute event will include a live q&a session - bring your questions!
Webcasts
Ensuring that your commercial motor vehicle drivers are fully qualified at all times can be a confusing and daunting task, but it’s vital if you want to avoid the fines, penalties, and liability that can result from noncompliance. Join us as we discuss the most commonly asked questions and “pain points” concerning the management of driver qualification (DQ) files, including: DQ File Basics Road Tests Safety Performance History Medical Certification Driving Records (MVRs) Noncompliance If you have questions, we have answers!
Webcasts - Virtual Event!
In the current COVID-19 environment, J. J. Keller is adapting our live seminars into a virtual setting so we can continue to bring you the latest information you need to keep your fleet safe! Delivered virtually by J. J. Keller® transportation experts via webcam, this seminar will provide key insights and best practices on the regulations and risk areas related to your Driver Compliance including COVID-19 Updates & Impact on Drivers, Effective Methods for Hiring, Firing, and Training Drivers (including updates on the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse) Driver Supervision & Retention Techniques, Hours-of-Service and ELD Compliance Guidelines.In this virtual event, you'll gain valuable insights, interact with a live on-screen presenter and ask questions throughout the event!
Webcasts
Long-awaited changes to the federal hours-of-service rules have arrived. Before the summer is out, your drivers will have more flexibility in planning their breaks, making their deliveries, recording their time, and dealing with bad weather and traffic. New rules also mean new responsibilities — for training, communication, planning, and tracking. Join J. J. Keller experts, Daren Hansen and Rick Malchow, as they share: Insight on the specific hours-of-service rule changes A new rule timeline Expert guidance on how the changes will impact your operations Join us for this free, live webcast! A question and answer session will also be provided.
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If OSHA knocked on your company’s door, would you be ready? Do you know what might put you at increased risk for an inspection? Do you know what to expect during the inspection? And, after? Join us during this webcast to get answers to your questions on the OSHA inspection process. During this webcast we’ll discuss: What goes on during an inspection, What OSHA looks for, What your rights are as an employer, How to get fines reduced, and  Much more! We will also save time for a Q&A session.
Webcasts
Your drivers' motor vehicle records (MVRs) are a vital piece of your safety management program because past behavior is a good predictor of a driver’s future actions. By identifying risky behaviors now, you can help prevent crashes tomorrow. This presentation will include such topics as: Driver reporting requirements, CDL medical status appearing on the MVR, and Annual reviews
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If you’re new to the FMLA, or could use a refresher, join us for this complimentary webcast, where J. J. Keller experts will discuss the FMLA’s provisions, complete with real-life applications to help illustrate how to handle a variety of situations. This webcast will cover a range of challenges, including: Determining employee eligibility, including what are “work days” Reasons that qualify for leave, including what constitutes a serious health condition How to use certifications and recertifications to help document your decisions Tracking leave, including intermittent Pay considerations, including holidays Yes, even some tips to help avoid FMLA abuse This free one-hour webcast will include a live Q&A session.
Webcasts
As the foundation of your compliance program, policies and procedures require frequent review to ensure you're meeting the regulatory requirements. This is particularly important as recent regulation changes may necessitate updates to your current policies and procedures. Join us as we discuss: The process of policy development The 6 factors that relate to your policies and procedures The importance of having policies and procedures, and How to handle policy changes This webcast will also include sample policies and a live q&a session.
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Accidents don’t just happen. Something causes them, and usually more than one thing. An investigation should identify those causes, but the cause of an accident is not the same as the cause of an injury. Injuries may be caused by over-exertion, falls, and being struck by objects. Factors that caused the accident, however, are more complex. For example, a wet floor may cause a fall, but determining why the floor was wet and why the hazard wasn’t addressed gets at the root causes. An accident or near-miss investigation should not stop upon finding an obvious cause; it should continue until all underlying factors are identified. If those root causes are not identified and addressed, they will continue to generate accidents. Effectively addressing the root causes should help prevent recurrence, which translates to fewer injuries.
Webcasts
Vehicle legalization covers everything from federal registration to USDOT numbers, operating authority, vehicle registration, federal taxes and fuel taxes. So, when it comes to obtaining the necessary vehicle permits and credentials, carriers often have a lot of questions, such as… What is operating authority and who needs it? Which states require intrastate carriers to obtain a USDOT number? When is an MC number needed and how is it different from an MCS-150? What are the UCR recordkeeping requirements? When do I need to designate a process agent? What records do I need to maintain for fuel taxes? Our subject-matter experts answer hundreds of questions like these each month, and in this webcast, they’ll answer some of the most common and complex questions with clear, easy-to-understand answers.
Webcasts - Virtual Event!
Attend this complimentary OSHA Virtual Event where we’ll dive into recent COVID-19 OSHA updates and guidance on keeping workers safe and your company compliant - including answering COVID-19 recordability questions. We'll also look at the latest news on OSHA inspections, regulatory changes, and steps to prepare for an OSHA inspection! In this virtual event, you'll gain valuable insights, interact with live on-screen presenters and ask questions throughout the event!
Webcasts
With over 1.5 million registered carriers in the U.S., it’s no wonder there are so many questions about USDOT numbers. To answer the most frequently asked of those questions, J. J. Keller® Transportation Industry Business Advisor Rick Malchow will explain… Why USDOT numbers are not transferable How the MCS-150 is used to compare fleets with their peers Why accurately counting vehicles and drivers is critical What common mistakes you can easily avoid This webcast will include a live Q&A session, so be sure to bring your questions!
Webcasts
It's never been more critical to maximize your fleet's productivity. As most carriers today face economic challenges and a shortage of qualified drivers, it’s a priority to maximize every minute of the 14-hour clock, especially when a majority of drivers use ELDs to measure on-duty time. Personal conveyance and the new hours-of-service changes offer carriers additional flexibility to maximize drivers' on-duty time. In this whitepaper, we cover the rules, efficiencies, and risks of: Personal conveyance, Split-sleeper exception, 30-minute interruption of driving, and Short-haul exception. We'll also cover other best practices that will help you make the most of your drivers’ available hours.
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Drug and alcohol testing, driver qualification, and hours of service must be well understood to minimize potential liability. Your safety rating also depends on getting these areas right. This webcast will cover the keys to success, so you can: Ensure that your drivers are always properly qualified Avoid pitfalls in drug and alcohol testing programs Understand the hours-of-service limits, exceptions, and personal conveyance This complimentary one-hour event will also include a live q&a session.
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One of the most challenging areas for any EHS professional is safety training. This webcast will discuss training in general, with a strong focus on: Challenges employers are facing, Best Practices that can be implemented, and Current trends in training that others are finding effective We'll also reserve time for a live Q&A session - bring your questions!
Webcasts
Accidents, violations, penalties, litigation, poor CSA scores, audits, investigations, increasing insurance premiums— all serious issues motor carrier professionals dread. We all know there isn’t a magic wand that will make these problems disappear, but what can be done to ensure they are kept to a minimum? A solid, consistent, and recurrent driver training program that addresses your specific challenges can help. Join us for a discussion on the requirements and best practices surrounding driver training, including: How to put together an ongoing training program for both new and experienced drivers, An introduction to corrective action training and how you can apply this type of instruction to your operation, and Ways to customize your training program to meet your drivers’ and operation’s needs. Do you have questions on this topic? If so, please bring them. You will also be able to ask questions during the webcast.
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