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May 28 2024

Best Practices: Security Seals and Cargo Securement

Motor carriers use cargo seals to safeguard freight by preventing unauthorized access and ensuring the integrity of shipments. These seals, typically made of metal or high-strength plastic, are affixed to containers, trailers or doors, and bear unique identification numbers. They act as a visible deterrent against tampering and serve as evidence of security measures. By verifying the seal's integrity upon delivery, carriers confirm that the cargo has remained untouched during transit, enhancing trust and reliability in the supply chain.
Each industry selects seals that best meet their unique security requirements. In this webcast we will discuss the various types of security seals used by motor carriers based on factors such as:
• Cargo value
• Sensitivity
• Transportation mode
• Regulatory compliance needs
We will also discuss a new J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. seal that has been designed for less-than-truckload (LTL) motor carriers.
We'll save the last 15 minutes to answer any lingering questions you might have. Register today to learn more about how seals can add security to your transportation program.
Can't make the date? No problem! Register now and we’ll send you a link to the recording after our live discussion.

May 29 2024

Top 5 OSHA Safety Training Topics: Answers to who should be trained, when and why

Safety training is critical to ensure employees know how to perform their jobs safely and without injury so they can go home to their families each workday. You'll walk away from this event knowing who should receive training, when training should (or must) be provided, and why providing that training is important.
Topics to be covered include:
• Powered Industrial Trucks
• Hazard Communication
• Lockout/Tagout
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Bloodborne Pathogens
You will also have a chance to get your questions answered throughout the live event!

May 29 2024

DataQs: What Is It? How Does It Work? How Can You Increase Your Chances of Success?

The DataQs system is an electronic system for filing challenges, formally called “requests for reviews” or “RDRs,” to data maintained by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in the Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS). This is the database has all roadside inspection reports, DOT-recordable crash reports, and the results of any investigations involving the carrier in it.
During this webcast, our panel will discuss:
• How the DataQs system works
• How to file a challenge
• The supporting documents or information you should include
• Industry best practices
We'll also hear from a private fleet who will share how they have had success with the DataQs system. Finally, you will also have a chance to get your questions answered throughout the live event!

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