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Aug 09 2022

How to Prevent the Most Common HazCom Violations

Year in and year out, Hazard Communication (HazCom) is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited standards, with 3,199 violations in FY 2020 alone, resulting in $2,719,806 in penalties. This webcast will look at the most common HazCom violations OSHA cites for, including:
• The written HazCom program
o Lack of program or inadequate program
• Training and information requirements
o Lack of training or inadequate training
• Safety data sheets (SDSs)
o Maintaining an SDS for each hazardous chemical
o Making SDSs readily accessible
• Labels
o In-house
o Shipped containers
The format will be a 50-minute presentation followed by a 10-minute discussion where attendees can ask our experts topic-related questions.

Aug 09 2022

Fleet Maintenance: Compliance Requirements Behind the Nuts and Bolts

When you make your living with commercial motor vehicles, it's essential to ensure they are well-maintained. And when people's safety is dependent on the condition of your vehicles, it's even more important that you have an effective maintenance program.
In this webcast, our experts will share:
• Regulatory requirements of inspections, maintenance, and repair
• How to develop an effective maintenance program
• Recordkeeping requirements
This complimentary webcast will include a live Q&A session!

Aug 10 2022

DOT Drug & Alcohol Q&As: Conversations with compliance experts

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 Jen Loomis, 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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