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Train your CDL drivers who are subject to FMCSA DOT drug and alcohol testing on the new Clearinghouse requirements.Learn More
This engaging program helps you easily conduct this OSHA-required training.Learn More
Prevent falls from the same level from costing your company.Learn More
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Effective safety training programs not only help you comply with OSHA and DOT requirements, they help reduce accidents and injuries, lower workers’ comp costs, improve employee engagement and morale, and preserve your company’s reputation. Whatever your company’s needs, J. J. Keller training can help, with 24/7 access to hundreds of online courses and streaming video training across multiple industries. With our user-friendly options, training has never been easier.
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In a word — yes! More than 60 OSHA general industry regulations include training requirements, plus a nearly equal number in the construction regulations. The DOT also requires that drivers must be “instructed in and comply with the regulations.” As a best practice, you should train all of your employees how to protect themselves and avoid hazards. Plus, training improves employee performance and helps ensure all employees have similar skills and knowledge. J. J. Keller offers programs to help you keep employees safe and your company compliant.
|Help satisfy 49 CFR §382.601(b)(12) which requires you to provide CDL drivers with educational materials to explain the FMCSA Clearinghouse rules.
|Help employees recognize potential hazards and learn protective measures they can take to help prevent injuries while working on elevated working platforms and runways, or near floor, wall, or window openings.
Help employees prepare for and respond to emergency situations in the workplace.