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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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Events

Webcasts - Available On-demand
Managing a DOT drug and alcohol program means dealing with many details. If a mistake is made or something is misunderstood, the result could be a violation that goes undetected — until you’re audited by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Your obligation to report information to and query data from the CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse could reveal your testing program’s shortfalls. It could even put an unnecessary end to a driver’s career. In this webcast, you’ll learn tips for avoiding common program management mistakes that could be revealed through the Clearinghouse … and result in fines, penalties, and other consequences. You’ll also learn why such errors could impact your drivers’ careers and harm the overall effectiveness of the Clearinghouse itself.
Webcasts - Available On-demand
You know well the challenges of running an operation. And the current state of the economy is likely adding to the pressure you feel to get more out of your fleet. You need timely facts and accurate data to feed your decision-making process. Even with the best drivers and vehicles, there’s always room to improve productivity. Join J. J. Keller subject matter expert Rick Malchow as he shares from his experience about the areas of your operation that can reap the benefits of GPS tracking, including: Customer service and communications, Safety and risk, Route planning, Delay and detention investigation, Vehicle protection and recovery, And more. He'll also talk about how a GPS vehicle tracking solution can help you calculate and file your IFTA and IRP reports. A Q&A session is included. Sign up today!
Webcasts - Available On-demand
The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) has been around for a few months now, and perhaps the dust has begun to settle. The provisions are still effective, and employees are still entitled to the law’s emergency paid sick leave and the expanded family and medical leave. Since the virus remains active, some employees continue to be unable to work due to parenting demands, self-quarantine advisements, or caring for others, so employers need to remain vigilant in compliance. The FFCRA also has implications on regular FMLA leave, as well. This presentation will cover what employers need to know about the FFCRA, including: Which employers are covered? When are the provisions effective? Which employees are eligible for leave? How much leave do employees get? How much are employees paid while on leave? How does it interact with other laws? We'll also leave time to take your questions!
Webcasts - Available On-Demand
Preparing for a DOT audit seems like a great plan, but it's like calling an attorney after you need one. It's better to stay off the radar in the first place by avoiding situations that are likely to trigger an audit. Join us for an informative webcast with our subject-matter experts to learn: The difference between an audit and a compliance review The 6 Factors of a review If a violation is “acute” or “critical” How to use the Safety Management Cycle to stay compliant This complimentary event will include a live q&a session.
Webcasts - Available On-demand
Whether it’s your written plans, training records, injury and illness logs, inspection records, or any other type of documentation, these records help an OSHA inspector quickly gauge how well you’re protecting your workers from safety and health hazards. As an employer, you can generate any number of safety records, but it can be daunting trying to manage them, let alone figure out which ones are actually required and how long to keep them. This webcast will provide an overview of many of the more common documents employers must create and retain under 29 CFR 1903, 1904, and 1910. You'll walk away from this webcast understanding: Where and how records need to be kept, Who should have access to your records, How long you need to retain your records, How to destroy your records after you no longer need them, and Much more! This complimentary event will also include a live q&a session.
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Recordkeeping can be challenging for motor carriers. Knowing the differences between what records must be kept, and for how long, can change drastically from program to program. Two interstate programs, the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) and the International Registration Plan (IRP), are critical examples of how improper recordkeeping can lead to layers of headaches for your company. IFTA and IRP questions are among the most confusing topics with customers. In this webcast we'll share some of the most common questions we receive about IFTA and IRP, while helping you learn more about how these programs apply to your company.
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One of the greatest challenges FMLA administrators have is determining whether or not an absence qualifies for FMLA protections, particularly if the absence involves a serious health condition. One of the tools such administrators have to help make this determination is the certification. The certification, however, isn’t perfect, and issues still prevail. Many questions relate to what the contents should include, when to request one, and when to expect to receive one. This webcast will discuss why certifications are important, the forms themselves, the process involved, and what to look for in a certification to help make a strong designation determination. It will also cover recertifications as well as fitness-for-duty certifications.
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Misunderstanding the driver qualification (DQ) file requirements puts your company at risk of having an unqualified individual behind the wheel of a commercial motor vehicle. The worst-case scenario is a high-profile crash involving this unqualified driver, but other negative impacts can be felt, including: A high Driver Fitness CSA score, A conditional or unsatisfactory safety rating, Increased insurance rates, and A tarnished reputation To gain a better understanding of DQ file requirements, join us for answers to the most frequently asked questions on the topic.
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OSHA provides an exception to work-relatedness for the “common cold or flu,” but what about workplace exposures to the novel coronavirus? If your employee contracts COVID-19 in the workplace, do you have to record it? Not all workplace exposures end up as recordable cases. How do you tell the difference? In this webcast, you’ll learn about when you need to include cases of COVID-19 on your Log and when you need to report fatalities and in-patient hospitalizations to OSHA. This complimentary event will also include a live Q&A session.
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It seems like a fairly straightforward issue. Interstate transportation involves a vehicle crossing borders and operating in two or more jurisdictions; if a truck never leaves a state, it must be performing intrastate motor carriage. Surprisingly, this is not always true. The FMCSA provides a definition of interstate transportation and it encompasses more than just if a truck or driver ever leave a state - the intent at the time of shipment is key. During this webcast, you'll learn: The FMCSA’s definition of interstate transportation; The factors that can either blur or clarify the lines between intrastate and interstate travel; What compliance rules apply; and The impact on fleet legalization. We'll also leave time for a Q&A session with our DOT experts!
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These days, allegations of sexual harassment seem to surface at an alarmingly regular rate, and employers should be taking notice. All employers must diligently work to prevent sexual harassment, and when it does occur, employers must be poised to respond immediately and appropriately. These efforts are imperative to not only limit the negative (and potentially lasting) effects on both employer and employees, but to limit overall company liability as well. In this webcast, we'll address the following questions: Where’s the line? Exactly what constitutes sexual harassment? When should an employer step in? How should an employer respond to complaints of sexual harassment to limit the company’s liability? What harassment training is required? What should it include? Where has traditional harassment training been lacking? How can an employer stop harassing behavior before it starts? We'll also leave time for a Q&A session.
Webcasts - Virtual Event!
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 new complimentary OSHA Virtual Event where we’ll dive into the latest OSHA news, including new policies, letters of interpretation, and, of course, proposed and final rules. Additional topics being covered during this event include OSHA Inspection updates, COVID-19 updates in the Workplace including Return to Work Guidance, as well as Injury and Illness Recordkeeping in the Workplace. In this virtual event, you'll gain valuable insights, interact with live on-screen presenters and ask questions throughout the event!
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If you’re responsible for compliance at a fleet with fewer than 20 drivers or you’re an owner-operator, let J. J. Keller’s regulatory experts provide you with insights for handling the five greatest compliance challenges facing small fleets: Driver qualification file management Joining a drug & alcohol consortium Hours-of-service compliance Vehicle maintenance Handling operating authority and credentials Don’t miss this free opportunity to learn valuable tips for keeping your vehicles and drivers on the road and operating legally.
Webcasts
Running a company’s DOT drug and alcohol testing program can be a daunting task, even if you're familiar with the associated safety regulations. Join us as J. J. Keller® subject-matter experts, Kathy Close and Daren Hansen, dive into the many facets of developing and managing a DOT drug and alcohol program. Between each section of the presentation, our experts will take listener questions on the topic. Join us for one of our most popular webcasts!
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This webcast will explore the most frequently cited OSHA standards. We will look at the most common trouble spots in each standard, as well as what OSHA compliance officers look for and cite the most under each standard. Issues will include: Hazard communication, Machine guarding, Lockout/tagout, Respiratory protection and other PPE requirements, Electrical safety, Powered industrial trucks, Construction industry standards, and Other key compliance issues. We will also save time for a Q&A session!
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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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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 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 - Virtual Event!
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 fleet safe! Three areas of compliance result in some of the highest fines levied by the FMCSA: driver qualification, alcohol & drug testing, and hours of service. They also cause the greatest concern and confusion for safety professionals. Attend this new complimentary “virtual” event to discover regulatory updates, best practices for improving the ways you address these areas. You'll also gain valuable industry insights, interact with live on-screen presenters and ask questions throughout the event!
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