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Events

Webcasts - Available On-demand
Annually by March 1, all owners and operators of manufacturing and non-manufacturing facilities must assess whether they are required to submit a Tier II report. This Federal requirement is coming quickly for facilities that store hazardous or highly hazardous chemicals onsite (e.g. industrial batteries, diesel fuel, compressed gasses, etc.). Join us for this webinar to learn the details of Tier II reporting, or for a refresher, prior to the due date. This free webcast will help you gain a better understanding of: Key provisions to EPCRA Section 302, 304, 311/312, 313 What makes a chemical hazardous for Tier II Exemptions for Tier II reporting Information requirements on your Tier II report Lead Acid Battery reporting Common EPCRA violations A live Q&A session will follow the event...bring your questions!
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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.
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It’s been six months since the shutdowns began and the virus is still going strong. In those six months, however, much has changed, including what you need to know. Many employees may be returning to the workplace. Many may have children returning to school. Never before have community events and behaviors had such an impact on the workplace. In this webcast, we will discuss updated steps to not only help keep your employees safe, but also to help reduce your company’s risk of a claim. We will also provide developments on applicable employment provisions and guidance in relation to the continuing pandemic, as they have also evolved. Time will also be reserved at the end of the event for a live q&a session.
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Delivered virtually by J. J. Keller® environmental health & safety experts, this 90 minute complimentary OSHA Virtual Event will provide key insights and best practices on the OSHA regulations including the most frequently-cited violations, common problem areas, review of easily overlooked violations that could cost you, discussion of when you rely on employees to maintain compliance and frequently asked questions on top violations and issues! Don't miss this unique opportunity to interact with our live presenters virtually and gain valuable regulatory insights on OSHA violations. We hope you can attend!
Webcasts - Available On-demand
DOT recordkeeping requirements are complex, and everyone seems to have an opinion on what they mean. Some information that’s circulating is actually incorrect, leaving anyone who follows the advice vulnerable to fines and litigation. This webcast will review and test your knowledge of the most common myths and mistakes about DOT recordkeeping requirements through interactive chats.
Webcasts - Virtual Event! - Available On-demand
In this DOT Town Hall Virtual Event, we will be addressing some of the industry’s hottest regulatory topics including the recent hours of service changes, the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse and the looming deadline to complete limited queries, the challenges of onboarding and training drivers during the COVID emergency, as well as the COVID-19 related exemptions. Within these topics we’ll delve into the impact on carriers, offer guidance on what they can do to stay in compliance, and address attendee questions along the way!
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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!
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Like many fleet professionals, you may check your company’s CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) scores periodically. But to effectively manage safety and reduce liability, you need to analyze the data behind your scores. This webcast will show you how to: Examine your CSA data for compliance vulnerabilities and risks Turn that data into action for improving safety and compliance Monitor your data going forward to ensure your actions are effective If you have questions on CSA, bring them! We will include a live q&a session following the event.
Webcasts - Virtual Event!
Attend this complimentary Virtual Event on OSHA Recordability & COVID-19 to learn what recent changes mean for recordkeeping! Interact with our live presenters virtually in this engaging presentation where we will explore recent court rulings, rule changes, and how the global pandemic all affect your workplace injury and illness recordkeeping responsibilities. Plus, we’ll be covering bonus material on employer disciplinary programs, drug-testing, and disincentives as they relate to Part 1904. We hope you can attend!
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Commercial vehicle inspections are critical to highway safety, yet safety managers, mechanics, and drivers have many questions. In this webcast, our subject matter experts will answer the top 10 FAQs about vehicle inspections, address the FMCSR inspection requirements, and offer industry best practices including: When drivers need to inspect their vehicles, What they need to inspect, and What types of inspection paperwork they're required to complete. This complimentary event will include a live q&a session!
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Delivered virtually by J. J. Keller® DOT transportation regulatory experts, this 90 minute complimentary DOT Virtual Event will cover how maintaining FMCSA requirements for CMV's and the DOT can be confusing, especially for Class 3-8 light to heavy duty vehicles. From cargo vans, box trucks, utility trucks, parcel vans, stake trucks, small pick-ups with trailers, to service and delivery trucks; each style varies as the freight they haul. We'll also cover how vehicle classes are determined, and which regulations apply to each, how smaller and medium vehicle classes affected by the regulations, what to do if a vehicle only fits the definition of a CMV sometimes & additional guidance for small and mid-class vehicle fleets to remain compliant with the Hours of Service, Driver Qualification, Drug & Alcohol Testing regs and more!
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Due to the volume of records you're expected to maintain to ensure your drivers are fully qualified, mistakes can happen. And if you're audited, violations from those mistakes will put your Driver Fitness BASIC score at risk. This webcast will help you put Safety Management Controls in place to help you prepare for — and avoid — a DOT audit of your driver qualification records and practices.
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When OSHA revised the walking-working surface regulations in 2016, the agency made the provisions much more performance-based. This allowed employers more leeway, but the rules now offer fewer details and specifics. Employers have greater flexibility, but also greater responsibility. Among other topics, this presentation will address common questions such as: Can chains and ropes be used in guardrails? What should workers look for during ladder inspections? What are the requirements for stairways? When is fall protection required on a flat roof? What training is required in fall protection? This complimentary webcast will include a live Q&A session!
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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: -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.
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Discover how the Safety Management Cycle (SMC) — which is used by investigators as the primary tool for conducting Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration audits — can be used to help you significantly improve safety and compliance in your fleet. During this hour-long webcast you’ll learn… The six components of the SMC How to turn the SMC into a template for your safety program Tips for applying the SMC to critical areas, such as unsafe driving and hours of service You'll also have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A session, so be sure to bring your questions!
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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.
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Rules, Risks, and Efficiencies for Personal Conveyance and the new Hours of Service. 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 webcast, 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.
Webcasts - Virtual Event!
Attend this new complimentary Virtual Event on OSHA Incident investigation to learn about identifying root causes to prevent future incidents! Interact with our live presenters virtually in this engaging presentation where we will explore the accident investigation process, with tips for conducting witness interviews.
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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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It’s been quite a year for labor law posters and it’s likely that 2021 will be hectic as well. New posters are being added, old ones are being updated, and compliance questions arise as more workers telecommute. In addition, November’s elections bring the potential for more changes. In this webcast we’ll highlight: 2020's posting changes The impact of November's elections 2021 updates to come The ins and outs of posting compliance for your remote workers This complimentary event will include a live Q&A session, so bring your posting questions!
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Hiring a driver is not the same as a hiring a standard employee. You and the driver must comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs), which makes the hiring process much more complex. In this webcast we’ll share tips for understanding the driver hiring process, from recruitment to qualification, including: Using online applications with e-signatures New hire documents Drug testing Employment law considerations And much more We'll also have time to answer your question during our live Q&A session!
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Intermittent FMLA leave has been plaguing leave administrators since the law became effective so many years ago. Many misconceptions still exist regarding intermittent leave. In some situations, for example, employees are entitled to intermittent leave, but in others they are not. This webcast is designed to focus on the various provisions surrounding intermittent leave and strategies for managing it, including certifications and recertifications and ways to help uncover abuse. Topics of discussion include the following: Determining if intermittent leave is required Call-in policies and procedures Tracking intermittent leave Suspicious leave patterns We will leave time at the end of our discussion for a live Q&A session!
Webcasts - Virtual Event!
Attend this new complimentary virtual event on DOT Recordkeeping & Best Practices! If you don’t have accurate and complete records, you leave yourself open to fines, penalties and lacking a strong defense in a courtroom. DOT recordkeeping can be both overwhelming and tedious, but it’s a necessary task. Complete and accurate records are the only way to demonstrate compliance!
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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 -CDL D&A Clearinghouse Rule -Medical Cards & MVRs -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 ensure compliance. This webcast will include a live question and answer session!
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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.
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Accidents, violations, litigation, poor CSA scores, audits, and increasing insurance premiums are all serious issues. 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. 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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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; Both 150 air-mile radius exceptions; Other “popular” exceptions including changes effective September 29, 2020; and Personal conveyance. This complimentary event will include a live Q&A session.
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