Avoiding a DOT Audit: Ways to Stay Off the Enforcement Radar
Join us for an informative webcast with our subject-matter experts who have well over 50+ years of combined industry experience 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.
Unsafe Driving — Identifying, Managing, and Reducing Risky Behaviors
Join us for an expert-led discussion for practical guidance on how to:
• Uncover unsafe driving root causes using the Safety Management Cycle
• Evaluate your entire operation for risk
• Build accountability and change dangerous behaviors
Don't miss this engaging, informative webcast. Bring your questions for Q&A with our experts. Register today!
Workplace Incidents: Investigations are Key to Prevention
Among other topics, this webcast will cover:
• Preparing and training to conduct effective investigations.
• Tips for conducting interviews and watching for blame-shifting.
• Selecting and presenting corrective actions to decision-makers.
• Addressing behavioral causes such as complacency, resistance to change, and pressure to take safety shortcuts.
This free event will also include a live Q&A session!
Mandatory Federal Posting Updates 2023: Three things you need to know to remain complaint
During this webcast we’ll:
1. Describe why these updates are needed
2. Explain the quirky timing of the changes
3. Show you how to comply
We’ll also discuss state and posting changes that are occurring and share the answers to frequently asked poster questions.
This complimentary event will include a live Q&A session, so bring your posting questions!
Small Fleet Compliance Solutions — Tackling the Top 5 Issues
• Managing driver qualification files
• Joining a drug & alcohol consortium
• Complying with hours-of-service rules
• Maintaining vehicles
• 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.
Safety 101: Know the Basics of Building a Successful Safety Program
• The breakdown of OSHA’s program requirements
• Industry best practices for businesses of all sizes
• How to create and maintain an effective safety and health program
This webcast is designed for new and seasoned safety professionals. Be sure you bring your questions. Q&A to follow. Register now!
Non-CDL CMV Compliance: What You Need to Know!
The truth is that even if your fleet doesn’t go ‘over-the-road,’ there are more rules to follow than not. Join our subject matter experts as they:
• Debunk the most common misconceptions,
• Explain which FMCSA rules apply to you and how to comply,
• Requirements for insurance, hiring, driver/employee training, safety training, and more.
Plus, they’ll take your questions live!
HazCom Requirements: Exploring 5 Key Areas of Compliance
In this webcast, we’ll take a closer look at the requirements around:
• The written hazard communication program
• Chemical inventory
• Safety data sheets (SDSs)
• Training and information
The information presented will help you avoid costly violations that could place workers at risk and cover common questions and issues.
2023 SHRM Annual Conference & Expo
Forklift Operator Training: Tips for an effective program
We’ll answer the following questions, and more!
- Who can/should conduct training?
- What topics should be covered?
- When should refresher training be conducted?
- Do experienced new employees still require training?
- What is a good evaluation?
- What other training is needed?
Time will be reserved for a live Q&A session. Bring your forklift compliance questions!
Recordkeeping & Audits: Dotting all the i's for the DOT
Sixty-four percent (64%) of all 2022 DOT critical violations involved recordkeeping, including seven of the top 10!
Don’t risk a bad audit. Join our experts as they share FMCSA documentation and retention requirements, including tips on efficient record management, for these top compliance areas:
• Driver Qualification
• Drug & Alcohol Program Management
• Vehicle Maintenance, IFTA, & IRP
• Hours of Service & Training
A live Q&A session is included!
Are You Compliant with the ELDT Requirements? Assessing Your Program After the 2022 Rule
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),
• Certification and recordkeeping, and
• The mandate's impact after one year in effect.
Time will also be reserved for a live Q&A session.
Virtual Event! Just The Facts: Uncovering the Truth Behind Common OSHA Compliance Mistakes
Interact with our live presenters virtually in this engaging presentation where we’ll examine more than two dozen cases of compliance misconceptions and reveal the facts on the regulations using real-life questions from our customers!
We’ll explore key regulatory requirements and expose the truth on common OSHA misconceptions on topics including:
• Fall protection guidance for edges, stairs and ladders
• Forklift operator training and evaluation
• Lockout tagout and machine guarding mistakes
• Hazard communication insights
• Injury and illness recordkeeping myths
In addition to the regulatory requirements, we will also be covering solutions to help dispel compliance myths and avoid violations. Plus get a chance to receive a complimentary whitepaper. Don’t miss out - register now!
Five Steps to a Best-in-Class Safety Program – The Corrective Action Training Investment
Join us to explore the journey to best-in-class safety. We'll discuss how you get there:
• Strategies & statistics to get leadership support
• Ways to reflect company values in policies & procedures
• Key regulatory requirements & best practices to exceed the minimums
• The benefits & implementation of corrective action training programs
A best-in-class safety program is a competitive advantage, and corrective action training is the fundamental element that will get you there. Bring your questions for our Q&A with the editors.
EPA’s General Duty Clause: Uncovering what you didn’t know about Section 112(r)(1) of the Clean Air Act
Delivered virtually by J. J. Keller® environmental experts, this complimentary EPA event will focus on everything you need to know about EPA’s general duty clause. We will explain:
• What it is and who it covers
• How it differs from other requirements
• Your obligations to identify hazards, design and maintain a safe facility and minimize the consequences of a release
• Practical ways to comply
We’ll also save time at the end for your questions. Register today!
Vehicle Inspections & Maintenance Checkpoint — Requirements, Risks, Benefits
In this webcast, our panel will cover:
• FMCSR inspection requirements
• Guidance on what a program should include
• Industry best practices
• And more!
You will also have a chance to get your questions answered throughout the live event!
FMCSA Driver Compliance — The Rules of DQ, HOS, and D&A
In this engaging webcast, you’ll learn:
• The critical rules in the “Big Three” compliance areas of DQ, D&A testing, and HOS
• Recordkeeping you must maintain
• Answers to many pressing questions
Make plans to join our subject matter experts as they cover the essential aspects of driver qualification, drug & alcohol testing, and hours of service.
This complimentary educational event will include a live Q & A, so bring your questions!
FMLA Communication: Getting the Conversation Right!
During this webcast we'll discuss:
• Notice of need for leave
• Eligibility/rights & responsibility notice
• Designation notice
• Call-in policies
• Working while on leave
Bring your questions - we will also save time for a Q&A session!
Vehicle Legalization FAQs: From MCS-150 to IFTA and Beyond
• 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?
• When do I need to designate a process agent?
In this webcast, they’ll answer some of the most common and complex questions with clear, easy-to-understand answers.
Virtual Event: The State of Fleet Management: Insights on Today's Fleet Manager
Delivered virtually by J. J. Keller® transportation and research experts, this complimentary DOT Virtual Event will focus on a 2023 J. J. Keller transportation market survey* where you will learn about shared industry pain points, underlying regulatory requirements, and paths forward!This seminar will provide key insights and best practices on the regulations and risk areas related to seven challenging areas including:
-Driver knowledge and skills
-New vehicle technology
-Vehicle maintenance, and
-Managing operating costs
The Evidence for Dash Cams – Examining Recent Studies to Improve Risk Mitigation
We’ll analyze these findings and how they may impact your operation, assist you in successfully implementing technology, and provide a strategy for exceptional risk mitigation. We’ll also discuss how insurance companies, litigators, and drivers use this data to evaluate carriers.
Gain Insights from the Experts!
Attend this NEW complimentary DOT Virtual Event to learn:
• Current trends in Industry adoption of dash cameras and results
• Shift in drivers’ perceptions- from resistance to acceptance to advocation
• Dash cam impacts on a carrier’s risk profile and accident rate
• Best methods for significant dash cam benefits and return on investment
Take advantage of this opportunity to interact with our live presenters and gain valuable regulatory insights. Bring your questions! This event includes a live Q&A session!
Fleet DOT Rules: Class Level 101
In this webcast, we will cover the areas fleet managers, dispatchers, drivers, and others in your organization need to be instructed in and compliant with, including:
• General rules
• Company registration the FMCSA and for-hire authority
• Driver qualifications
• Commercial driver licenses and training
• Operating commercial motor vehicles
• Hours of service
• Vehicle condition and inspections
• Hazardous material rules, and
• Roadside inspections
By understanding the areas of responsibility, gaps in training or compliance can be filled to reduce risk and improve confidence in running a compliant operation. Register now for this engaging event!
Virtual Event! DOT Recordkeeping Requirements: DQ,HOS and other Key Documentation
Gain Expert Insights:
In this Virtual Live Event we will discuss the types of records that you, as a motor carrier, must keep — everything from:
• Driver qualifications
• Drug and alcohol programs
• Hours of Service
• IFTA and IRP
Using exceptions and exemptions create their own recordkeeping and compliance headaches. Find out what you’ll have to demonstrate in an audit.
Virtual Event! Top 3 Driver Compliance Concerns
Driver Qualification (DQ) – Part 391
• Onboarding and Safety Performance History
• Driver qualification file requirements
• Annual Review
• Best Practices for Building & Maintaining DQ Files
Drug & Alcohol (D&A) Testing Programs – Parts 40 & 382
• Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse – how safety performance safety inquires have changed
• Who must be tested and when
• Required policies and procedures
• Post Accident & Random Testing
• Best Practices on Policies & Return to Duty
Hours of Service (HOS) - Part 395
• HOS Limits
• Finding flexibility by using exceptions
• The how and when of personal conveyance
• Electronic logs & Enforcement
Don't miss this opportunity to interact with our live presenters virtually and gain valuable regulatory insights. We hope you can attend!
Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse: How Mistake-Proof is Your Program?
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
• How to spot errors in your drug & alcohol program
• Tips for avoiding common program management mistakes
• Why such errors could also impact your drivers’ careers
Join us for this free, live webcast! A question-and-answer session will also be provided.
Driver Training/Entry-Level Driver Training
In this webcast, we will look at what companies must do to:
• Establish a driver training and coaching program
• Develop the skills and knowledge to make a driver successful
• Improve safety performance and reduce liability
• Protect their company’s reputation and bottom line—no matter what level of experience they require as a hiring standard
You will also have a chance to get your questions answered throughout the live event!
Virtual Event! Major OSHA and DOT Regulations for the Healthcare Industry
However, consider this … can patient safety efforts succeed without safe healthcare workers and safe transportation of patients? Probably not. Will patients give high satisfaction ratings without these? The answer is likely no. That’s because the hazards faced by healthcare workers and vehicle operators may also impact patients.
The trouble is the OSHA and DOT laws and regulations are not easy to understand and implement. That’s where our 90-minute virtual event can help! We’ll explore:
• Major federal OSHA compliance topics for healthcare, including injury/illness recordkeeping, infectious diseases, hazardous chemicals, slips/trips/falls, patient handling, and workplace violence.
• Major federal DOT compliance topics for healthcare, including the applicability of interstate motor carrier safety regulations, driver training, enforcement, and noncompliance risks.
• And more!
Join us for this online event to learn about OSHA and DOT laws and regulations that affect you and your industry! Register today!
5 Keys to Addressing and Preventing Bullying and Violence in the Workplace
This webcast will look at five key aspects of preventing, recognizing, and addressing threats including:
1. Signs of a hostile work environment
2. How to handle a bully at work
3. How to conduct a workplace investigation
4. Jobs that are prone to violent acts
5. Warning signs of workplace violence
This event will also include a live Q&A - bring your questions!
About J. J. Keller Events
Featuring knowledgeable compliance experts, J. J. Keller’s free webinars provide in-depth analysis and explanation of current regulatory requirements and proven best practices. Online webinars are available live and on-demand. Live webinars include Q&A sessions.
To help companies better understand complex regulations, J. J. Keller hosts complimentary educational events across the United States. These in-person events give attendees the unique opportunity to speak with our subject-matter experts and hear about real-life best practices from their peers.
J. J. Keller actively participates in a wide range of industry-leading trade shows. Visit us to learn about our latest safety and compliance solutions!