Environmental Health & Safety Training

Effective workplace safety training not only helps you comply with OSHA requirements, it also can reduce accidents and injuries, lower workers’ compensation costs, improve employee engagement and morale, and preserve your company’s reputation. The experts at J. J. Keller have put together an extensive selection of online safety training courses and streaming videos to help you avoid OSHA’s top violations and keep employees safe.

Reduce Accidents & Injuries With Effective Workplace Safety Training!

Bloodborne Pathogen Training


This Training curriculum includes vital information on the risks that bloodborne pathogens pose, methods employees can take to limit exposure, and what to do if they've had an exposure incident with blood.

Bloodborne Pathogen Training
Workplace Safety Basics Training

Workplace Safety Basics Training


The training curriculum covers an introduction to general safe work practices, various safe workspace arrangements, the safe use of tools and equipment, and procedures for what to do in the event an emergency occurs.


Personal Protective Equipment Training: Employee Essentials


This training curriculum introduces learners to the different types of PPE used in the workplace helps them to select, care for, and properly wear PPE for their on-the-job safety.

Personal Protective Equipment Training
Workplace Corrective Action Remedial Training

Workplace Safety Corrective Action/Remedial Training


This series of online training courses will help you administer root cause corrective action training on essential workplace safety topics. Use this training to ensure compliance, reduce risk and avoid costly incidents.


Walkway Safety Training for Employees


This training curriculum provides learners with an introduction to general walkway safety and helps them recognize and prevent falls from the same level.

Walkway Safety Training for Employees
Forklift Operator Training

Forklift Operator Training


This multi-course training curriculum helps learners choose, inspect, and operate a forklift in a safe way, protecting themselves and their coworkers from the potential hazards associated with their use.


OSHA 10-Hour and OSHA 30-Hour Online Training


J. J. Keller offers OSHA online training for both General Industry and Construction. These courses teach learners how to recognize, avoid, and abate workplace hazards, while also providing information on workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and more.

OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Online Training
Incidental Hazardous Spill Responder Training

Incidental Hazardous Spill Responder Training


This training curriculum provides learners with an overview of hazardous substances, available information sources on the hazardous substances in the workplace, PPE that may be necessary in a spill event, and how to appropriately respond if an incidental spill occurs within the workplace.


Stormwater Management Training for the Multi-Sector General Permit


This training curriculum is designed to help staff members involved with stormwater management meet the training requirements under Section of the Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) regulations. 

Stormwater Management Training for the Multi-Sector General Permit
RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training

RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training


This training curriculum is designed to help learners understand the responsibilities of hazardous waste generators, how to properly manage waste, and how to ship and plan for emergencies.


From Our Customers...


The content on J. J. Keller Training is thorough, relevant, and presented in a manner that employees can comprehend. The platform is extremely user friendly, and the courses can be done at our employees' convenience. Most of our employees work off-site and have fluctuating schedules so it is difficult to schedule a specific time and date for training. With J. J. Keller Training, they can stop the course if they need to and pick back up later. I would absolutely recommend J. J. Keller Training.

Aimee Wilson | EHS Manager | Adler Tank Rentals, LLC; Deer Park, TX

We do our monthly safety training and the classroom portion of our forklift training through J. J. Keller Training. This has worked so well for us we've expanded into DOT training. The content covers all the relevant and required material in an easy to understand way that allows our employees to absorb the material, recognize the various hazards, and protect themselves and others. The entire process is efficient and effective.

John Hare | Director of Health, Safety, and Environmental

With J. J. Keller Training, we can train employees individually, instead of bringing them all into a classroom at one time - shutting down production. By training one employee at a time with headphones on, there are no distractions.

Mike Cswercko | Omaha, NE


Environmental, Health & Safety Training FAQs

Safety training is critical to ensure employees know how to perform their jobs safely and without injury so they can go home to their families each night. Dozens of OSHA general industry rules include employee information or training requirements, including bloodborne pathogens, electrical safety, and fire extinguishers. Most companies choose to go beyond OSHA safety training, however, and train on any safety issue that could present workplace hazards to their employees. Implementing an employee safety training program simply makes good business sense, because trained employees can recognize hazards and avoid workplace accidents, helping you cut down on costly incidents.

A general template for a safety training program includes:

  • An introduction to the topic;
  • An outline of the program’s agenda and training objectives;
  • A description of the hazards related to the topic;
  • A discussion of how employees are exposed to the hazards;
  • An explanation of the steps the employer has taken to eliminate, minimize, or otherwise control the hazards;
  • A review of safety rules, policies, and procedures related to the topic;
  • Instruction on what employees are expected to do to limit their exposure to the hazards;
  • Demonstrations of equipment or procedures to be used by the employees;
  • Case studies, table-top exercises, or discussions on how employees can use what they’ve learned as they work;
  • A review of the topic;
  • A question and answer period; and
  • A quiz, observation, or other evaluation.

Online safety courses can help you get started with minimal preparation and maximum flexibility. Whether you prefer to use a classroom or self-paced approach, or a combination of both, J. J. Keller has what you need.

We offer 10-Hour and 30-Hour OSHA training courses for general industry or construction where you or your employees can earn your online OSHA certification.

Learn more here: https://demo.jjkellertraining.com/industries/specialty-training/osha10-and-30-hour-online


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Why J. J. Keller® Training?

Robust Online Training Library


Access the industry’s largest e‑learning training library, consisting of 900+ unique E-Learning courses, 500+ customizable training resources, and more.

Streaming Video


Make the most of your classroom training sessions with 250+ streaming training videos developed by adult learning specialists.

Easy Access to Training Materials


Enjoy maximum flexibility in and out of the classroom with 24/7 access to hundreds of titles and our free mobile app for training on the go.

Expert Regulatory Content


Backed by nearly 70 years of industry experience, our courses center on actionable learning objectives and receive regular updates from our in-house experts to reflect the latest regulatory changes.

Free Training Recordkeeping & Reporting


Easily track which employees have been trained on which topics and when, and identify any lapses in your training program – at no added cost.

Invaluable Regulatory Information


As an administrator, you’ll gain exclusive access to useful resources to help you reference word-for-word regulations, ask our experts specific compliance questions, and more.