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Executive Seminars - Santa Clara, CA
Join J. J. Keller experts for this complimentary educational seminar entitled DOT Essentials: A Green Book Review for the Fleet Professional! You'll gain fresh insights and review the essential requirements for fleet compliance as found in the Code of Federal Regulations/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations using your free copy of the J. J. Keller FMCSR "green book" as a reference tool. This seminar is highly beneficial for seasoned safety professionals and those just entering the fleet industry. Come early for the ELD Bonus Session on “Hours of Service and Managing Your Operation with ELDs”! Get the latest updates on ELD enforcement and guidance on submitting successful DataQs, managing your electronic data, and tools to take your compliance program beyond the ELD. Use the link or call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register.
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The ELD mandate has arguably caused the most impactful shift in commercial transportation operations since deregulation affecting over 3.5 million drivers and their respective carriers. A huge surprise was the enforcement variances during roadside inspections. Both the FMCSA and the CVSA provided recent updates to their respective “frequently asked questions” and “Inspection Bulletins” concerning electronic logging enforcement. During this 30 minute webcast, we will examine the top electronic logging violations at roadside inspections and the main differences between ELDs and AOBRDs. These topics will form the foundation in correcting your roadside inspection data through the “5 Ws of the DataQ Process”: •What is a DataQ? •Who can file a DataQ? •Where are DataQs created? •Why should a DataQ be created? And •When is a DataQs created?
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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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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. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data, there are nearly 543,000 industrial truck operators in the current workforce. From 2011 to 2015 there were an average of 75 PIT-related fatalities per year, and over 54,000 injuries that involved cases with days away from work. Further, from Jan. 1, 2015, through Feb. 28, 2017, employers made over 800 serious injury reports to Federal OSHA about cases where a forklift or other PIT was involved in a worker amputation, hospitalization, loss of eye, or fatality incident. 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!
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Did you know that focused investigations have outnumbered the traditional compliance review audit for several years now? With an increased likelihood of being audited — even partially — it is critical that motor carriers understand the selection process and key audit points used by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. If you were to be selected for an audit today, are you confident that your Safety Management Controls would hold up during an investigation? This webcast will help you prepare should you ever find yourself in the position of being audited. We'll discuss: •Latest news •Regulations and requirements •The “six factors” •Carrier rating process •Best practices that help avoid an audit (or at least make it survivable!)
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It's never been said that the FMLA is easy to administer. In many situations, an employer’s actions come down to good faith effort. From recognizing what constitutes an employee’s notice of the need for leave, through returning the employee to work, the provisions have ample opportunity for mistakes. And if you've made a mistake, you're not alone! This webcast will cover: •Top FMLA mistakes •Top FMLA violations •What can be done to help avoid such mistakes/violations Join us and your FMLA colleagues as we discuss not only the issues, but possible solutions. A Q&A session is also included!
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Join us for an in-depth discussion of the ins and outs of Hours of Service/IFTA/IRP recordkeeping and how electronic logging devices are transforming your recordkeeping processes. If you want to pass an audit of your compliance with HOS regulations, the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), and/or the International Registration Plan (IRP), you need to have a comprehensive recordkeeping program. From logs and supporting documents to fuel receipts and distance records, the status of your paperwork could spell the difference between passing the audit with flying colors or being assessed penalties, losing customers, and receiving an unsatisfactory safety rating.
Executive Seminars - Princeton, NJ
Join J. J. Keller experts, Industry Consultant, Tom Bray and Account Executive Nick Riggi for this complimentary educational seminar on DOT Audits for the experienced fleet professional! You'll gain valuable information on DOT audit prevention strategies, guidance on implementing FMCSA's "Safety Management Cycle" within the CSA Seven Basics and how to take your safety programs to the next level - beyond compliance! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Executive Seminars - Detroit, MI
Join J. J. Keller experts, Safety Consultant, Steve Frisch and Account Executive, Kelly Ritter for this complimentary educational seminar on DOT Audits for the experienced fleet professional! You'll gain valuable information on DOT audit prevention strategies, guidance on implementing FMCSA's "Safety Management Cycle" within the CSA Seven Basics and how to take your safety programs to the next level - beyond compliance! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Executive Seminars - Oklahoma City, OK
Join J. J. Keller experts for this complimentary educational seminar entitled DOT Essentials: A Green Book Review for the Fleet Professional! You'll gain fresh insights and review the essential requirements for fleet compliance as found in the Code of Federal Regulations/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations using your free copy of the J. J. Keller FMCSR "green book" as a reference tool. This seminar is highly beneficial for seasoned safety professionals and those just entering the fleet industry. Come early for the ELD Bonus Session on “Hours of Service and Managing Your Operation with ELDs”! Get the latest updates on ELD enforcement and guidance on submitting successful DataQs, managing your electronic data, and tools to take your compliance program beyond the ELD. Use the link or call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register.
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Ensuring that commercial motor vehicle drivers are fully qualified at all times can be a confusing and daunting task, but it’s vital if you want to avoid the fines, penalties, and liability that can result from noncompliance. If you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Join us as we discuss the most commonly asked questions concerning driver qualification (DQ), based on the hundreds of DQ questions our experts receive every month. Areas of focus during the webinar will include: •DQ File Basics •Road Tests •Safety Performance History •Medical Certification •Driving Records (MVRs) •Non-Compliance You’ll also get a chance to pose your own questions throughout the event.
Executive Seminars - Oklahoma City, OK
Join J. J. Keller & Associates for a complimentary seminar on building a proactive safety culture. Our experts will provide an executive overview on Safety Training & Education, the latest OSHA Regulatory Changes, information on how to survive an OSHA Inspection & more! You'll also gain valuable information on Written Programs & Required Paperwork and Injury & Illness Record keeping and how it applies to your company. Don't miss this opportunity to network with local peers and gain new insights on mitigating risk and establishing compliance levels. Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register now. BONUS SESSION: Come early for a Bonus Update on Safety Training & Education: Planning effective strategies!
Executive Seminars - Princeton, NJ
Join J. J. Keller HR Compliance Experts, Terri Dougherty & Connie Bradley for a complimentary seminar on Navigating Employee Management. Terri & Connie will provide latest updates on HR compliance including information on recent laws, regulations, agency initiatives, and court rulings that will impact your employees. We’ll also look at common – and costly -- supervisor missteps. You will have the opportunity to earn 4 HRCI credits. Don’t miss this informative interactive discussion! Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register now.
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A driver’s basic job is to get from origin to destination without loss, damage, or delay. This means knowing where you are going, counting and securing your cargo (or actually loading it in certain situations), inspecting your vehicle when required to make sure it keeps running and is safe, driving safely, complying with the applicable regulations, and delivering your cargo on time and in good condition, and completing the necessary paperwork along the way. To be able to accomplish all of these tasks safely and efficiently, drivers must be trained by their carriers. How and when you conduct that training is up to you. In this webcast, we will look at what a driver training program should include, how the training should be delivered, and establishing a training schedule.
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The process of driver qualification can be overwhelming. Hiring the right drivers and ensuring their credentials comply with the regulations is critical for the successful and safe operation of every company. Thiswebcast will provide a basic overview of the driver qualification regulations and a demonstration of J. J. Keller® Encompass®, a proven fleet management system that supports thousands of fleets by providing compliant, centralized, cloud-based management of the driver qualification process.
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Once developed, an effective scorecard can be used as the basis for bonus and incentive programs, as a driver development and improvement tool, and as a mechanism to compare the driver’s performance to on-going employment standards. However, an ineffective scorecard can lead to confusion, the wrong message being sent to the drivers, and even unneeded driver turnover. In this webcast, we will discuss how to develop and implement an effective driver scorecard and how to avoid pitfalls that can create problems with the scorecarding.
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Preparing for a DOT audit may seem like a great idea, however “preparing” for the audit 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 be necessary. During this webcast we will cover: •The difference between an audit and a compliance review, •The 6 Factors of a review, •Is a violation “acute” or “critical,” and How to use the Safety Management Cycle to stay compliant and off the radar.
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As the foundation of your compliance program, policies and procedures require frequent review to ensure compliance. Recent regulation changes may strongly impact your current policies and procedures. Join us as we discuss: •the process of policy development •how the 6 Factors relate to your policies, •the importance of having policies, and •how to handle policy changes This webcast will include sample policies and a Q&A session.
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During this 30 minute webcast, we will examine the top electronic logging violations at roadside inspections and the main differences between ELDs and AOBRDs. These topics will form the foundation in correcting your roadside inspection data through the “5 Ws of the DataQ Process”: What is a DataQ?; Who can file a DataQ?; Where are DataQs created?; Why should a DataQ be created?; And when is a DataQs created?
Executive Seminars - Salt Lake City, UT
Join J. J. Keller experts, Safety Consultant, Angela Rose Lane and Account Executive, John Halambeck for this complimentary educational seminar on DOT Audits for the experienced fleet professional! You'll gain valuable information on DOT audit prevention strategies, guidance on implementing FMCSA's "Safety Management Cycle" within the CSA Seven Basics and how to take your safety programs to the next level - beyond compliance! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
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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. 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: 1. Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and Hours of Service 2. Drug & Alcohol programs 3. Walking-Working Surfaces 4. Bullying 5. Sexual Harassment 6. Active Shooter 7. Bloodborne pathogens 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.
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Are you confused about the unclear and convoluted training requirements found in the DOT regulations? Join us as J. J. Keller's DOT experts clarify the training that is required by the FMCSA and PHMSA regulations. This webcast will review the training topics the regulations imply drivers should be trained on, and how your training program will be viewed during an onsite investigation. As a special bonus, we will also highlight the structure that successful training programs follow and where training “fits” into the FMCSA’s “Safety Management Cycle.”
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The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires quite a bit of communication between employer, employee, health care provider, and even benefits managers. Failure to communicate can lead to an expensive court ruling, so it pays to get it right, and to ensure that clear communication has occurred. This webcast will discuss: •Notice of need for leave •Eligibility/rights & responsibility notice •Certification/Recertification •Designation notice •Call-in policies •Working while on leave •Fitness-for-duty
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Join us as we provide a demonstration of how J. J. Keller’s Encompass Fleet Management System with ELogs will help you manage your Hours of Service program while providing you a simple, flexible and affordable ELog solution that meets the mandate requirements. We'll also leave time for a question and answer session.
Executive Seminars - Lancaster,PA
Join J. J. Keller experts, Safety Consultant, Steve Frisch and Account Executive Blake Risker for this complimentary educational seminar on DOT Audits for the experienced fleet professional! You'll gain valuable information on DOT audit prevention strategies, guidance on implementing FMCSA's "Safety Management Cycle" within the CSA Seven Basics and how to take your safety programs to the next level - beyond compliance!Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Executive Seminars - Memphis, TN
Join J. J. Keller experts for this complimentary educational seminar entitled DOT Essentials: A Green Book Review for the Fleet Professional! You'll gain fresh insights and review the essential requirements for fleet compliance as found in the Code of Federal Regulations/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations using your free copy of the J. J. Keller FMCSR "green book" as a reference tool. This seminar is highly beneficial for seasoned safety professionals and those just entering the fleet industry. Come early for the ELD Bonus Session on “Hours of Service and Managing Your Operation with ELDs”! Get the latest updates on ELD enforcement and guidance on submitting successful DataQs, managing your electronic data, and tools to take your compliance program beyond the ELD. Use the link or call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register.
Executive Seminars - Chicago, IL
Join J. J. Keller experts for this complimentary educational seminar entitled DOT Essentials: A Green Book Review for the Fleet Professional! You'll gain fresh insights and review the essential requirements for fleet compliance as found in the Code of Federal Regulations/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations using your free copy of the J. J. Keller FMCSR "green book" as a reference tool. This seminar is highly beneficial for seasoned safety professionals and those just entering the fleet industry. Come early for the ELD Bonus Session on “Hours of Service and Managing Your Operation with ELDs”! Get the latest updates on ELD enforcement and guidance on submitting successful DataQs, managing your electronic data, and tools to take your compliance program beyond the ELD. Use the link or call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register.
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One of the most challenging areas for any EHS professional is safety training. This webcast will discuss training in general, with a strong focus on: • Challenges employers are facing, • Best practices that can be implemented, and • Current trends in training that others are finding effective. We'll also leave time for a Q&A session.
Executive Seminars - Chicago, IL
Join J. J. Keller & Associates for a complimentary seminar on building a proactive safety culture. Our experts will provide an executive overview on Safety Training & Education, the latest OSHA Regulatory Changes, information on how to survive an OSHA Inspection & more! You'll also gain valuable information on Written Programs & Required Paperwork and Injury & Illness Record keeping and how it applies to your company. Don't miss this opportunity to network with local peers and gain new insights on mitigating risk and establishing compliance levels. Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register now. BONUS SESSION: Come early for a Bonus Update on Safety Training & Education: Planning effective strategies!
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ELDs and AOBRDs can generate more reports than you could effectively use. So which critical, few reports can provide actionable information to enhance your compliance, safety, and efficiency in the age of electronic hours of service? This webcast will provide insights on the following: •Updating policies and procedures to the age of electronic hours of service. •Which reports will help improve compliance and reduce falsification with electronic logs? •Which reports will help improve safety results? •Which reports will improve efficiency and help lower costs? •How will using exception reporting help protect our company from the impact of litigation?
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Preparing for a DOT audit may seem like a great idea, however “preparing” for the audit 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 be necessary. During this webcast we will cover: •The difference between an audit and a compliance review, •The 6 Factors of a review, •Is a violation “acute” or “critical,” and How to use the Safety Management Cycle to stay compliant and off the radar.
Executive Seminars - Ontario, CA
Join J. J. Keller experts, Safety Consultant, Angela Rose-Lane, Account Executive, Dennis Isherwood and our special guest speaker Fleet Attorney, Doug Marcello for this complimentary educational seminar on DOT Audits for the experienced fleet professional! You'll gain valuable information on DOT audit prevention strategies, guidance on implementing FMCSA's "Safety Management Cycle" within the CSA Seven Basics and how to take your safety programs to the next level - beyond compliance! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
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One of the most common problems carriers have with electronic logging systems is dealing with unassigned driving events. However, due to a requirement in the ELD mandate rule, carriers MUST deal with it! In this webcast, you’ll learn: •what a carrier must do with unassigned driving time, •how a carrier should manage it, and more importantly, •why a carrier should be dealing quickly and decisively with any unassigned driving time that makes it to the back office.
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Is your company regulated under EPA's Oil Spill Prevention, Control & Countermeasure (SPCC)? Many companies continue to fail to meet these complex obligations. According to EPA, over 640,000 U.S. facilities are subject to the SPCC provisions, including oil and gas, utilities, manufacturing, transportation, warehousing, construction, food, services, healthcare, and others. This webcast will help you gain a better understanding of: •Who's covered by the standard •Key definitions and requirements •SPCC plan elements and plan certification •When a spill occurs and notification requirements •Secondary containment, inspection, training, and other implementation measures •And much more! A question and answer session will be included.
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The ELD mandate has arguably caused the most impactful shift in commercial transportation operations since deregulation affecting over 3.5 million drivers and their respective carriers. A huge surprise was the enforcement variances during roadside inspections. Both the FMCSA and the CVSA provided recent updates to their respective “frequently asked questions” and “Inspection Bulletins” concerning electronic logging enforcement. During this 30 minute webcast, we will examine the top electronic logging violations at roadside inspections and the main differences between ELDs and AOBRDs. These topics will form the foundation in correcting your roadside inspection data through the “5 Ws of the DataQ Process”: •What is a DataQ? •Who can file a DataQ? •Where are DataQs created? •Why should a DataQ be created? And •When is a DataQs created?
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The DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations are a large, complex set of regulations. Anyone preparing, offering, or transporting hazardous materials must comply with these important regulations. Compliance can be challenging and confusing, but it’s required for the safe movement of hazardous materials. Join us to increase you understanding of these regulations as we discuss: •Commonly asked questions •Common misunderstandings •Common mistakes •Recent regulation changes We'll also leave time to address some of your questions.
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Running a company’s DOT testing program can be a daunting task, even if you are familiar with the associated safety regulations. Join us as J. J. Keller® Subject Matter Experts, Daren Hansen and Kathy Close, dive into the many facets of developing and managing a DOT drug and alcohol program. Between each subcategory within the presentation, our experts will take listener questions on the topic. Join us for one of our most popular webcasts!
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In this session we will discuss the hours-of-service regulations as they stand today and any official action that might be underway to change them. We will also look at other methods used counter fatigue, and where information can be found to help you develop a cohesive fatigue management program.
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In this webcast we will discuss the different types of investigations conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the regulations and processes involved in a FMCSA investigation (audit), including: •The selection process used by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to select carriers for investigation •The “six factors,” including the required records used in each factor •The selection method used by the investigator when deciding which drivers and vehicles to audit •The audit scoring/carrier safety ratings We will also discuss the how to prevent an audit, latest news related to auditing, the top violations discovered during audits, and the steps necessary to be prepared for an audit.
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