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Dash Cam PRO with Encompass® Video Event Management
Dual-facing dash cam video and back-office solution for driver coaching and risk management.
COVID-19 Vaccine 4-Poster Kit
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Reinforce safety & health best practices with imprinted safety vests.
2020 Emergency Response Guidebook
Helps satisfy DOT requirement that hazmat shipments be accompanied by emergency response info.
J. J. Keller® Encompass® eDVIR App
Easily manage vehicle maintenance & upkeep. App includes options to customize vehicle inspection criteria!
Hours of Service USB Training
Give your drivers a solid understanding of hours-of-service regulations - including the September rule changes!
J. J. Keller® Encompass® Vehicle Tracking Solution
Get 24/7 insight into every vehicle's location, speed & tracking status to improve operations.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Response Online Pack
Expert pandemic management resources to help ensure the health of your business and employees.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Bystander training helps all employees address unwanted sexual harassment in the workplace.
J. J. Keller® NC200D Dash Cam
Dual-facing, high-definition (HD) dash camera that continuously records driver- and road-facing video.
Defensive Driving for CMV Drivers – DVD Training
Helps your drivers develop their defensive driving skills.
J. J. Keller® Winch Strap w/Flat Hook
Most popular configuration winch straps used in the heavy-duty flatbed industry.
DOT Handbook: A Compliance Guide for Truck Drivers
An easy-to-understand DOT handbook for new drivers.
News & Regulatory Alerts
Entry-Level Driver Training: Compliance Required February 7, 2022
With the new entry-level driver training (ELDT) requirements going into effect on February 7, 2022, many motor carriers are working on a plan to be able to provide instruction to their employees who need to obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL), upgrade a CDL, or obtain a passenger, school bus, or hazardous materials endorsement.
Join us as we take an in-depth look at all the aspects of a compliant ELDT program, including:
• Theory and behind-the-wheel instructional requirements,
• Instructor requirements,
• The Training Provider Registry (TPR), and
• Certification and recordkeeping.
Time will also be reserved for a live Q&A session.
FMLA Court Cases: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls
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.
Electrical Safety: OSHA and NFPA 70E® Requirements
Working around and with electricity can expose employees to serious hazards that can result in electrocutions, burns, and arc flash injuries. That’s why electrical safety should be an important element of any company’s workplace safety program. In addition, OSHA and NFPA 70E have requirements to protect employees.
During this information-packed webcast we’ll discuss:
• Hazards associated with electricity
• Qualified persons vs. unqualified
• Hazard/risk assessment
• Training requirements
• Personal protective equipment
Be sure to bring your questions. A live Q&A session will follow the event!
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