Events

Jun 04
Jun 21
12:00AM
12:00AM

Avoiding a DOT Audit: Ways to stay off the regulatory radar

Online - 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.
Jun 06
Jun 21
12:00AM
12:00AM

DOT Policies & Procedures: The foundation of your compliance program

Online - Available On-demand
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 also include sample policies.
Jun 12
Jun 28
12:00AM
12:00AM

ISO 45001: Understanding Why and How to Achieve Certification

Online - Available On-demand
In March 2018, the first internationally-agreed-upon standard for occupational safety and health management systems, ISO 45001, was published. The standard could significantly change the way companies implement safety management systems. This webcast will provide an overview of the new standard. You’ll learn about: •How the standard was developed •How it is structured •Potential impacts •How it compares to other safety management systems, such as ANSI Z10 •Performing a gap analysis •The certification process •And much more!
Jun 12
Jun 28
12:00AM
12:00AM

DOT Compliance with J. J. Keller Encompass

Online - Available On-demand
Join us as we provide a high level overview of how the J. J. Keller Encompass Fleet Management System will help you manage your driver and vehicle compliance tasks. In this webcast, we’ll cover how Encompass will help you gain efficiencies in your day to day tasks: Hiring Driver qualification Credentials Hours of service Fuel tax eDVIRs Titling Maintenance and more This event will also include a Bonus Dash Cam Demo of Encompass's newest product. Make time to join us and see how you can save time on your common compliance tasks with J. J. Keller Encompass!
Jun 13
Jun 28
12:00AM
12:00AM

IFTA & IRP: What you need to know

Online - Available On-demand
Keeping your fleet of vehicles and equipment legal and working toward your financial success takes knowledge of tax laws, state-specific rules and processes, and the time and resources to do it right. During this webinar you'll learn about: •International Registration Plan (IRP) •International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) •Title Management •Plate Management •Proper Credentials •Plate Renewals & Management: Base Plate (intrastate) versus IRP (interstate) •Managing Vehicle Legalization
Jun 18
Jul 05
12:00AM
12:00AM

The BASICs of Auditing: DOT drug and alcohol compliance

Online - Available On-demand
When the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) audits a DOT drug and alcohol program, a lot is riding on the results of the investigation. The motor carrier’s status in the Controlled Substances/Alcohol BASIC (Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Category), and the carrier’s safety rating, may be impacted. What can the company expect? What documents must it provide to the auditor? This webcast will assist you with understanding the expectations placed on your company during an audit of your DOT testing records.
Jun 19
1:00PM
2:00PM

The Top 7 Employee Training Topics: A regulatory overview and best practices for compliance

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 Entry-Level Driver Training Active Shooter and Bullying Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and Hours-of-Service Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) DOT Drug & Alcohol Programs Sexual Harassment 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. This 1 hour webcast includes a Q&A session.
Jun 20
10:00AM
11:00AM

CSA Data Analysis That Gets Results

Webcasts
Most motor carriers know about the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program and how it “scores” carriers in seven compliance categories. Most may even check their scores periodically to see where they stand. But to manage safety and reduce risk and liability, you need to do much more. The CSA system contains a wealth of data about a carrier’s safety operations, and CSA data analysis is key to unlocking secrets about that data and shedding light on compliance vulnerabilities and risk. This webcast will help you learn about the secrets that can be uncovered in your CSA data, and how to turn those secrets into actions that can help you manage compliance and reduce risk.
Jun 25
8:00AM
2:30PM

A Deep Dive into FMCSA Regs: Essential Driver Compliance for the Fleet Manager

Executive Seminars - Salt Lake City, UT
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.
Jun 25
10:00AM
11:00AM

Getting Started with Dash Cams: How to Prepare & What to Expect

Webcasts
If you have thought about implementing dash cams into your fleet and are wondering about the benefits and challenges of getting started, attend our NEW webcast on the ins and outs of dash cams. While in-cab video systems are crucial to helping fleets mitigate risk, improve driver retention, and can protect their brand, we share tips and processes that you can use to get a faster ROI on dash cams. This webcast provides a foundation to help integrate a dash cam system and will: Outline the benefits of video event recorders, Highlight strategies for overcoming driver objections to in-cab video, Help prioritize which risk behaviors you should focus on, and Provide best practices for driver coaching and recognition. We will also save time for a live Q&A session – Bring your questions!
Jun 26
1:00PM
2:00PM

OSHA Workplace Safety Inspections: Are you prepared?

Webcasts
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. 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.
Jun 27
10:00AM
11:00AM

Driver Compliance Essentials: The Big Three

Webcasts
Drug and Alcohol testing, Driver Qualification, and Hours of Service, must be well understood to minimize potential liability. Your safety rating also depends on getting these areas right. This webcast will cover the keys to success, so you can: Ensure that your drivers are always properly qualified; Avoid pitfalls in drug and alcohol testing programs; Understand the hours of service limits, exceptions, and personal conveyance; and Navigate a smooth transition to ELDs. We will also reserve time for a live Q&A session - bring your questions!
Jul 09
8:00AM
2:30PM

A Deep Dive into FMCSA Regs: Essential Driver Compliance for the Fleet Manager

Executive Seminars - Detroit, MI
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.
Jul 09
10:00AM
11:00AM

Real-Life FMLA Challenges: How to comply

Webcasts
Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is difficult because many people aren’t familiar with the law’s complex provisions, and its application to actual situations can have different “twists." Join this complimentary webcast where J. J. Keller experts will discuss how the law and its regulations apply, as well as provide valuable insight on how to handle a variety of specific situations. This webcast will cover a range of challenges, including: Avoiding FMLA abuse Tracking leave Determining eligibility, including what are “work days” What constitutes a serious health condition Using a paper trail to support your decisions What you can and can’t ask from employees How holidays and vacations interact with the provisions The free one-hour webcast will include a Q&A session.
Jul 09
1:00PM
2:00PM

Recordkeeping & Audits: Dotting all the i's for the DOT

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.
Jul 10
8:00AM
2:30PM

OSHA Compliance Forum: Updates and Guidance for the Safety Professional

Executive Seminars - Detroit, MI
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!
Jul 10
1:00PM
2:00PM

Top Driver Qualification FAQs

Webcasts
Ensuring that your 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. 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 If you have questions, we have answers - we will reserve time for a live Q&A session!
Jul 11
10:00AM
11:00AM

Workplace Shootings: Train, practice, protect!

Webcasts
Employers have a legal obligation to provide their employees with a work environment free from harm, including physical violence. Given the increase in workplace shootings in recent years, some employers are going a step further and teaching their employees how to react if such dangers occur in their places of business. This webcast will cover: Training — While training is not legally required of employers, it can help teach employees how to identify the warning signs of violence before it occurs, recognize the presence of an active threat, and best react to protect themselves should an incident occur. Planning — Conversations about what to do in the event of an active shooting incident may be difficult to have but being unprepared and unprotected is even worse. Developing an action plan helps companies identify their strengths and weaknesses before they are tested by a violent individual. Practice — Just as you prepare your employees to respond to other devastating events with drills, such as fires or tornadoes, you should teach them how to react in the face of workplace violence. The more they practice, the less likely they will be to freeze up in the event that the unthinkable happens. This one-hour webcast will include a question and answer session.
Jul 16
8:00AM
2:30PM

A Deep Dive into FMCSA Regs: Essential Driver Compliance for the Fleet Manager

Executive Seminars - Princeton, NJ
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.
Jul 16
10:00AM
11:00AM

HOS Training Checklist: 8 rules drivers must know

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 We will also reserve time for a live Q&A!
Jul 16
1:00PM
2:00PM

Driver Training: Back to the basics

Webcasts
Educating your drivers is an important component of your compliance program. This webcast will address basic safety training for your drivers, what’s required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, as well as providing information on the training that is recommended to operate a safe and compliant fleet. This webcast will also address the upcoming changes to the entry-level driver training regulations, set to go into effect on February 7, 2020. Bring your questions - we will reserve time for a live Q&A session!
Jul 17
8:00AM
2:30PM

OSHA Compliance Forum: Updates and Guidance for the Safety Professional

Executive Seminars - Princeton, NJ
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!
Jul 17
9:30AM
2:30PM

DOT Risk Mitigation

Executive Seminars - Columbia, SC
From costly DOT violations to serious on-the-road accidents, running a fleet is filled with risk. But you can help prevent those risks and protect your company from fines, lawsuits and litigation by taking the right proactive steps. Attend this new complimentary DOT event to learn where the regulations meet your risk — and what you can do about it! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Jul 17
10:00AM
11:00AM

J. J. Keller & NPTC Webcast: AOBRD to ELD Transition

Webcasts
In this webcast we’ll discuss how a carrier should be auditing electronic logs and taking action on the “other data” that an ELog system is generating. We’ll also discuss what a carrier can do when it comes to daily operations, internal auditing, and making sure drivers are not creating false logs or operating unsafely. Learn more at www.jjkeller.com/nptcinfo
Jul 18
8:00AM
2:30PM

OSHA Compliance Forum: Updates and Guidance for the Safety Professional

Executive Seminars - Columbia, 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!
Jul 18
10:00AM
11:00AM

J. J. Keller & NPTC Webcast: Hours-of-Service Update

Webcasts
In this webcast, we’ll discuss the hours-of-service regulations as they stand today and official action that might be underway to change them. In addition, we’ll explore how to correctly deal with unassigned driving time and develop a company policy on use of the FMCSA "personal conveyance" guidance that promotes efficiency, supports safety and protects your company from litigation. We’ll also look at other methods used to counter fatigue and where information can be found to help you develop a cohesive fatigue management program. Learn more at www.jjkeller.com/nptcinfo
Jul 30
8:00AM
2:30PM

A Deep Dive into FMCSA Regs: Essential Driver Compliance for the Fleet Manager

Executive Seminars - Pomona, 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.
Jul 31
8:00AM
2:30PM

OSHA Compliance Forum: Updates and Guidance for the Safety Professional

Executive Seminars - Pomona, CA
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!
Aug 06
9:00AM
2:30PM

DOT Risk Mitigation

Executive Seminars - King of Prussia, PA
From costly DOT violations to serious on-the-road accidents, running a fleet is filled with risk. But you can help prevent those risks and protect your company from fines, lawsuits and litigation by taking the right proactive steps. Attend this new complimentary DOT event to learn where the regulations meet your risk — and what you can do about it! Call 800-843-3174 x8150 to register now.
Aug 13
8:00AM
2:30PM

A Deep Dive into FMCSA Regs: Essential Driver Compliance for the Fleet Manager

Executive Seminars - Seattle, WA
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.
Aug 13
8:00AM
2:30PM

A Deep Dive into FMCSA Regs: Essential Driver Compliance for the Fleet Manager

Executive Seminars - Memphis, TN
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.
Aug 14
8:00AM
2:30PM

OSHA Compliance Forum: Updates and Guidance for the Safety Professional

Executive Seminars - Seattle, WA
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!