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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

Webcasts - Available On-demand
Join us and learn all the ins and outs of the new Clearinghouse requirement. DOT drug and alcohol recordkeeping is about to become more complicated when the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is launched January 6, 2020. Motor carriers will be required to both request and submit data to the clearinghouse as a part of monitoring their CDL drivers’ drug and alcohol histories.
Webcasts - Available On-demand
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 two critical examples of how improper recordkeeping can lead to layers of headaches for your company. IFTA and IRP questions are among the most popular topics with customers. In this webcast we share some of the more common questions we receive about IFTA and IRP, while helping you learn more about how these programs apply to your company.
Webcasts - Available On-demand
Preparing for a DOT audit may seem like a great idea, however “preparing” for the audit is somewhat like calling an attorney after you need one. It is far better to stay off of the regulator’s radar in the first place by avoiding situations that are likely to cause an audit to occur. During this webcast we will cover: The difference between an audit and a compliance review, The 6 Factors of a review, If a violation is “acute” or “critical,” and How to use the Safety Management Cycle to stay compliant and off the radar. Register today!
Webcasts - Available On-demand
Your drivers' motor vehicle records (MVRs) are a vital piece of your safety management program. 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
Webcasts
Join us for an in-depth discussion of the in’s and out’s of DOT recordkeeping and what you need to have in place before the auditors come knocking. If you want to pass an audit from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) you need to have a thorough recordkeeping program. This webcast will cover: Driver Qualification Files Drug & Alcohol Files Medical Cards/MVR Logs & E-logs, accident records, maintenance records - IFTA and IRP requirements Training recordkeeping You will learn which records you need to keep and where, how, and how long they should be kept to help ensure compliance.
Webcasts
A key to minimizing hours of service and electronic log-related violations is training or updating your drivers and operations personnel on current HOS regulations and exceptions. This webcast will review the latest requirements in the following areas: Hours of service limits for property-carrying drivers Form/manner and supporting document requirements for electronic and paper logs The 100 and 150 air-mile radius exceptions Other “popular” exceptions since the electronic logging mandate started Key differences between AOBRDs and ELDs This one-hour event will also include a live Q&A session!
Webcasts
On its surface, the FMLA is quite simple: Eligible employees of covered employers are entitled to limited, unpaid, job-protected FMLA leave for qualifying reasons. While the statute and regulations add more meat to this, many questions remain. For example, what constitutes notice when an employee might need leave? How is “overnight” defined? These and other questions are often answered in the courts. Unfortunately, in order to obtain such an answer, an employer generally needs to be sued. This webcast will look at a number of court cases that have helped answer many FMLA questions, so listeners can learn from other employers’ experiences. This 1 hour webcast includes a Q&A session.
Webcasts
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
Employee training is required by a number of regulations, but spending time and resources to provide training in non-mandatory topics can help better protect your employees and your company's bottom line. Satisfying any compliance obligation is important, but your overall goal should be ensuring the safety, welfare, and productivity of your workers. Most mandated training helps employees protect themselves and avoid hazards, but training in additional areas (even if not required) helps protect your business as well. Topics to be covered include: Hazard Communication Personal Conveyance Active Shooter and Bullying Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and Hours of Service Bloodborne Pathogens DOT Drug & Alcohol Programs and Clearinghouse Sexual Harassment Walkway Safety 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.
Webcasts
Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks (PITs) have seen a renewed focus recently with the observance of National Forklift Safety Day, a revised ANSI lift truck industry standard, and a regulatory agenda item to revise the OSHA standard. Join us as we answer some of the tough questions regarding forklift safety and compliance. We’ll cover: The scope of OSHA’s PIT standard Training – who, when, what and by whom Inspections Maintenance Attachments/modifications Operational issues Mancages/personnel platforms And much more! This one-hour webcast will include a question and answer session.
Webcasts
When you make your living with machines, it is important that the machines be well maintained. But when the safety of people is dependent upon the condition of your machines, it is even more important that you have an effective program for maintaining them. In this webcast, we will look at the regulatory requirements, best practices, and recordkeeping requirements involved in having an inspection, maintenance, and repair program that leads to your company having safe and compliant vehicles on the road.
Executive Seminars - Cincinnati, OH
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 complimentary event to discover the best practices and insights for improving the ways you address these areas.
Executive Seminars - Cincinnati, OH
Attend this complimentary seminar to get the latest regulatory updates, insights and best practices from J. J. Keller’s regulatory experts. You’ll learn the best techniques for: • Surviving an OSHA inspection • Providing required, effective OSHA training • Managing injury & illness recordkeeping • Targeting serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) You’ll also get an update on OSHA industry standards, including electronic injury reporting and ISO 45001. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to network with local peers to gain additional insights on mitigating risk and maintaining compliance. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to improve your skills as a safety professional!
Executive Seminars - Houston, TX
Complying with the EPA regulations is more critical and complex than ever. That’s because of an increase in regulatory inspections, changing requirements for permit renewals, higher assessed penalties, and permitting and reporting fees. But with the right information, you can more effectively manage these risks and requirements. Attend this complimentary event and you’ll gain the expert knowledge, best practices, and insights to dramatically improve your environmental compliance program. Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register or use link below.
Executive Seminars - Houston, TX
From costly DOT violations to serious on-the-road accidents, the risks associated with non-compliance can jeopardize your business. But you can reduce your exposure and protect your company from fines, lawsuits and litigation by taking the right proactive steps. Attend this "new" complimentary DOT compliance event to learn where the regulations meet your operational risk — and what you can do about it! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Executive Seminars - Charleston, SC
Attend this complimentary seminar to get the latest regulatory updates, insights and best practices from J. J. Keller’s regulatory experts. You’ll learn the best techniques for: • Surviving an OSHA inspection • Providing required, effective OSHA training • Managing injury & illness recordkeeping • Targeting serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) You’ll also get an update on OSHA industry standards, including electronic injury reporting and ISO 45001. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to network with local peers to gain additional insights on mitigating risk and maintaining compliance. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to improve your skills as a safety professional!
Executive Seminars - Costa Mesa, CA
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 complimentary event to discover the best practices and insights for improving the ways you address these areas.
Executive Seminars - Costa Mesa, CA
Complying with the EPA regulations is more critical and complex than ever. That’s because of an increase in regulatory inspections, changing requirements for permit renewals, higher assessed penalties, and permitting and reporting fees. But with the right information, you can more effectively manage these risks and requirements. Attend this complimentary event and you’ll gain the expert knowledge, best practices, and insights to dramatically improve your environmental compliance program. Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register or use link below.
Executive Seminars - Baton Rouge, LA
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 complimentary event to discover the best practices and insights for improving the ways you address these areas.
Executive Seminars - Pittsburgh, PA
From costly DOT violations to serious on-the-road accidents, the risks associated with non-compliance can jeopardize your business. But you can reduce your exposure and protect your company from fines, lawsuits and litigation by taking the right proactive steps. Attend this "new" complimentary DOT compliance event to learn where the regulations meet your operational risk — and what you can do about it! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Executive Seminars - Denver, CO
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 complimentary event to discover the best practices and insights for improving the ways you address these areas. Guest Speaker Doug Marcello
Executive Seminars - Albany, NY
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 complimentary event to discover the best practices and insights for improving the ways you address these areas. Important Note: This was the 12/3/19 event that was rescheduled to 2/11/20 due to winter weather.
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