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Affordable Safety Training
17 Min
1
Credit(s)
Silica Safety for Construction

Course participants will learn the rules and requirements for working and silica hazard areas, and the engineering and administrative controls needed to protect themselves.

Hazardous Materials
Affordable Safety Training
31 Min
0
Credit(s)
Fall Protection

Course participants will learn the requirements of fall protection, the types of fall protection systems, and selection, inspection, and use of fall protection.

Heights
Affordable Safety Training
9 Min
1
Credit(s)
Safe Operation of MEWPS

Course participants will learn the rules, regulations, and safe operating principles for mobile elevated work platforms. This course includes the requirements of both OSHA and ANSI A92.24-2018.

MEWPs
Affordable Safety Training
6 Min
1
Credit(s)
Ladder Safety

Course participants will learn the basic principles of ladder use, ladder selection, inspection, and safe use.

Heights
Ladders
CaHill
3 Min
5
Credit(s)
Haul It : Tri-Axle

Baseline material loading and hauling operations. Discusses shifting, dump controls, and preventative maintenance.

Mobile Equipment
CaHill
3 Min
5
Credit(s)
Road : Curb It

The basic method for establishing alignment and maintaining stabilization. Demonstrated in an urban setting.

Road
CaHill
5 Min
5
Credit(s)
Silt Fence It

Proper installation of silt fence. Focus on site terrain and slope, water flow, and projected soil disturbance during construction.

Terra
JJ Keller
35 Min
5
Credit(s)
PPE Requirements

The PPE Requirement course from JJ Keller covers the different types of PPE and how to care for and use it properly.

Following this training students should be able to:

  1. Understand PPE Requirements.
  2. Understand Head, Eye, and Ear Protection.
  3. Understand How to Identify the Proper PPE for the Job at Hand.

General Safety
PPE
JJ Keller
26 Min
5
Credit(s)
Confined Spaces

The Confined Spaces course from JJ Keller Helps employees meet the OSHA standard requirements regarding confined spaces.

Confined Spaces
JJ Keller
23 Min
5
Credit(s)
Bloodborne Pathogens

The Bloodborne Pathogens course from JJ Keller is designed to help learners review methods to keep themselves and those around them safe from exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

Following this training students should be able to:

  1. Understand what a bloodborne pathogen is.
  2. Understand how to themselves and those around them safe from bloodborne pathogens.

Health & Wellness
JJ Keller
1 Min
5
Credit(s)
Donning and Doffing Gloves

The Guide to Donning and Doffing Gloves course by JJ Keller is designed to provide learners with training about the proper way to don (put on) and doff (take off) single-use, disposable gloves (such as latex gloves) for maximum protection against contamination.

PPE
JJ Keller
28 Min
5
Credit(s)
Electrical Safety

The Electrical Safety course is designed to familiarize learners with the basics of electrical safety, including how to recognize and avoid electrical hazards.

Following this training students should be able to:

  1. Identify potential electrical hazards on a construction site.
  2. Understand the appropriate preventative measures that can be put in place to mitigate injuries.

Hazardous Energy
Electrical
JJ Keller
26 Min
5
Credit(s)
Hot Work Safety

The Hot Work course from JJ Keller helps drive home the dangers of hot work and the importance of using safe work practices by featuring real-world industry professionals.

Following this training, students should be able to:

  1. Understand OSHA Requirements for Hot Work.
  2. Identify and Mitigate Potential Hazards Related to Hot Work.
  3. What to do in Case of a Fire.

Hazardous Energy
Fire
JJ Keller
30 Min
5
Credit(s)
Lockout Tagout

The Lockout Tagout course from JJ Keller helps keep your authorized, affected, and other employees safe. Starting with a brief overview of lockout tagout, the course then moves on to more in-depth coverage of proper lockout tagout practices and the dangers of hazardous energy.

Following this training students should be able to:

  1. Understand the principles of lockout tagout
  2. Identify situations where hazardous energy would be present.
  3. Understand the appropriate preventative measures that can be put in place to mitigate injuries.

Hazardous Energy
JJ Keller
28 Min
5
Credit(s)
HazCom Safety

The Hazardous Communications course from JJ Keller is designed to help learners comply with HazCom training requirements and GHS provisions.

Following this training students should be able to:

  1. Understand Hazardous Communication Requirements.
  2. Understand Safety Data Sheets.
  3. Identify Different HazCom Labels.
  4. Understand PPE Requirements for Working with Hazardous Chemicals.

HazCom / GHS
JJ Keller
25 Min
5
Credit(s)
Hazmat: General Awareness

The Hazmat: General Awareness Training is designed to familiarize you with the HMR to help you work safely around hazmat. It helps you meet the General Awareness training requirement.

After taking this course workers should understand:

  1. Identify the required training all hazmat employees must receive
  2. Determine if a material is hazardous
  3. Recognize the hazard classes and divisions used to identify hazardous materials
  4. Recall what makes a material a hazardous substance, hazardous waste, marine pollutant, or elevated-temperature material
  5. Communicate a material’s hazards through the use of shipping papers, markings, labels, and placards indicate the importance of the Hazmat Table

Hazardous Materials
JJ Keller
22 Min
5
Credit(s)
Backing Techniques: Driver Training Series

Backing counts as a tiny percentage of a driver's driving time. But, the most common, and sometimes most costly, crashes or incidents in trucking involve backing. Backing incidents don't just damage trailers, buildings, and other equipment; sometimes, they're fatal.

The Backing Techniques: JJ Keller designed the Driver Training Series to help reduce the number of backing accidents by teaching drivers how to recognize the dangers of backing and provide expert-level backing procedures. It covers the proper procedures for each backing maneuver, including straight-line, alley dock, sight-side jackknife, blind-side jackknife backing, and parallel parking.

After completing this program, students will be able to:

  1. Recognize the dangers of backing
  2. Recall general backing guidelines
  3. Apply good backing techniques and appropriate backing maneuvers based on the situation

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
20 Min
5
Credit(s)
Driving Techniques: Driver Training Series

In almost every profession, technique is what separates the good from the great. Whether we look at athletes, chefs, or commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers, those with the best techniques are the ones who excel.

You learn good techniques through instruction and practice. Drivers need to cultivate their skills and attitude to turn good driving techniques into good habits that prevent costly and sometimes tragic accidents.

The Driving Techniques: JJ Keller designed the Driver Training Series to help drivers understand the basic driving techniques that will help them develop the skills and attitude necessary to operate a CMV safely. Specifically, it covers the importance of driving defensively and knowing how to safely maneuver a CMV through turns and intersections, over railroad crossings, while merging and passing, and driving through roundabouts.

After this course, a student should understand:

  1. Turns and Intersections
  2. Railroad Crossings
  3. Merging and Passing
  4. Roundabout

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
22 Min
5
Credit(s)
Defensive Driving for CMV Drivers Module 4: Manage Speed & Space

More than a quarter of all work-related fatalities occur in occupations that require driving, or the transportation of goods, making the need for defensive driving skills clear. In order to avoid injury, or worse, death, drivers need to understand what defensive driving really means and what unique challenges a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver faces. Even if you’re a veteran driver, you need to avoid becoming complacent.

Defensive driving begins with the principle that you can avoid being the cause of an accident and can avoid being involved in an accident caused by another driver’s actions. Defensive driving involves intentionally driving in such a way as to reduce the risk of an accident.

This course is designed to help drivers develop their defensive driving skills. Specifically, it offers up best practices on how to anticipate the potential for danger and avoid it

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
23 Min
5
Credit(s)
Defensive Driving for CMV Drivers Module 1: Prepare

More than a quarter of all work-related fatalities occur in occupations that require driving, or the transportation of goods, making the need for defensive driving skills clear. In order to avoid injury, or worse, death, drivers need to understand what defensive driving really means and what unique challenges a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver faces. Even if you’re a veteran driver, you need to avoid becoming complacent.

Defensive driving begins with the principle that you can avoid being the cause of an accident and can avoid being involved in an accident caused by another driver’s actions. Defensive driving involves intentionally driving in such a way as to reduce the risk of an accident.

This program is designed to help drivers develop their defensive driving skills. Specifically, it offers up best practices on how to anticipate the potential for danger and avoid it.

After completing this course a worker should be able to:

  • Explain how being prepared impacts defensive driving

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
20 Min
5
Credit(s)
Defensive Driving for CMV Drivers Module 2: Communicate

More than a quarter of all work-related fatalities occur in occupations that require driving, or the transportation of goods, making the need for defensive driving skills clear. To avoid injury, or worse, death, drivers need to understand what defensive driving means and what unique challenges a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver faces. Even if you’re a veteran driver, you need to avoid becoming complacent.

Defensive driving begins with the principle that you can avoid being the cause of an accident and avoid an accident caused by another driver’s actions. Defensive driving involves intentionally driving in such a way as to reduce the risk of an accident.

JJ Keller designed this program to help drivers develop their defensive driving skills. Specifically, it offers up best practices on how to anticipate the potential for danger and avoid it.

After this course, workers should be able to:

  • Identify ways to communicate with, and receive signals from other drivers.

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
29 Min
5
Credit(s)
Defensive Driving for CMV Drivers Module 3: Look

More than a quarter of all work-related fatalities occur in occupations that require driving, or the transportation of goods, making the need for defensive driving skills clear. To avoid injury, or worse, death, drivers need to understand what defensive driving means and what unique challenges a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver faces. Even if you’re a veteran driver, you need to avoid becoming complacent.

Defensive driving begins with the principle that you can avoid being the cause of an accident and avoid an accident caused by another driver’s actions. Defensive driving involves intentionally driving in such a way as to reduce the risk of an accident.

JJ Keller designed this program to help drivers develop their defensive driving skills. Specifically, it offers up best practices on how to anticipate the potential for danger and avoid it.

After this course, a worker should understand:

  • How to look for hazards by scanning the road ahead and using their mirrors

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
60-65 Min
3
Credit(s)
Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need to Know

The Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need to Know course by JJ Keller  covers the eleven items required by Section 382.601 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations including alcohol and drug prohibitions, the types of tests required, testing procedures, consequences of violating the prohibitions, and the effects of alcohol abuse and drug use. It has also been updated to reflect FMCSA's change in the minimum annual percentage rate for random drug testing of CMV drivers to 25%, effective January 1, 2016.

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
42-47 Min
5
Credit(s)
CMV Driver Basics

The CMV Driver Basics course by JJ Keller provides an overview of CMV operation as required by 49 CFR Part 380. You must also cover regulatory details based on the type of CMV (property- or passenger-carrying) drivers operate. You must also provide detailed Hours of Service training (required in 49 CFR Part 395).

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
10-15 Min
5
Credit(s)
Coupling & Uncoupling: Double Trailers

The Coupling & Uncoupling: Double Trailers course by JJ Keller is designed to help drivers understand the techniques that will help them safely couple and uncouple double trailers. Specifically, it covers how to safely position a converter dolly, how to connect the dolly to the front and rear trailers, how to disconnect the rear trailer, and the safe process for moving the dolly to storage.

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
17-22 Min
5
Credit(s)
Coupling & Uncoupling: Driver Training Series

The JJ Keller Coupling & Uncoupling: Driver Training Series course is designed to help drivers understand the techniques that will help them safely couple and uncouple their tractor-trailer. Specifically, it covers what to look for when inspecting the coupling system, how to safely work with their landing gear and fifth wheel, and converter dollies.

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
10 Min
5
Credit(s)
Distracted Driving

The Distracted Driving course by JJ Keller is aimed specifically at CMV drivers and others who drive as part of their profession (sales people, business travelers, small vehicle delivery drivers, military personnel, public servants, cabbies, etc.) It details strategies drivers can use to deal with their own distracted driving and that of others.

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
20-25 Min
5
Credit(s)
Accident Procedures: Driver Training Series

The Driver Training Series by JJ Keller is a collection of training programs which emphasize the essential skills necessary for staying safe on the road. This series is appropriate for all levels of drivers, from the entry-level to the veteran driver.

The Accident Procedures portion of this course is designed to help drivers understand what to do after being involved in (or witnessing) an accident. Specifically, it covers the procedures drivers should follow in order to safely and legally deal with the situation in a short period of time

Driver Safety
JJ Keller
54-59 Min
5
Credit(s)
Forklift Training

The Forklift Training course is designed to help learners choose, inspect, and operate a forklift in a safe way, protecting themselves and their coworkers from the potential hazards associated with their use

Forklifts
JJ Keller
36-41 Min
5
Credit(s)
Forklift Workshop

The Forklift Workshop training course is designed to help students training on forklift operator safety learn to protect themselves and their coworkers from the potential hazards associated with their use.

Forklifts
JJ Keller
28-32 Min
5
Credit(s)
Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training

The Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training course from JJ Keller  provides drivers who haul hazmat with an overview of what they must know and do to transport hazardous materials safely. It walks trainees through the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) to help them understand

Hazardous Materials
JJ Keller
14-18 Min
5
Credit(s)
Loading & Unloading

The Loading & Unloading: Straight Truck Series course from JJ Kelller is designed to help drivers understand the basic techniques that will help keep them safe while loading or unloading their straight truck. Specifically, how to prevent common injuries during the loading and unloading process and apply cargo securement.

Driver Safety
Securing Loads
JJ Keller
22-27 Min
5
Credit(s)
Active Shooter/Active Threat: Organizational Preparedness & Recovery

Knowing what actions to take if confronted with an active threat is just as important as knowing what to do if the building you're in starts on fire or if a tornado touches down in your area. Even though an event may be extremely unlikely, it doesn't mean you shouldn't spend time planning for the possibility of it occurring; especially when the results can be so devastating.

This active shooter course by JJ Keller ​is designed to help members of management and Human Resources prepare employees for a potential active threat incident. It also provides guidance to help the company and those who have survived such an incident recover from the tragedy.​

Workplace Safety
JJ Keller
53-58 Min
5
Credit(s)
Sexual Harassment Prevention - Employee

The employee sexual harassment prevention course teaches workers how to identify and act to eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace. Starting with an overview and refresher of the different types of sexual harassment that appear in the workplace, this course then covers how to properly address harassment and the negative impacts of allowing a culture of sexual harassment to develop in the workplace.

Workplace Safety
JJ Keller
12-15 Min
0
Credit(s)
Sexual Harassment Prevention - Managers

The management sexual harassment prevention course teaches managers how to identify and act to eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace. Starting with an overview and refresher of the different types of sexual harassment that appear in the workplace, this course then covers how to properly address harassment and the negative impacts of allowing a culture of sexual harassment to develop in the workplace.

Workplace Safety
JJ Keller
28-32 Min
5
Credit(s)
FMLA for Supervisors

The JJ Keller FMLA for Supervisors course aims to help supervisors and managers gain a general awareness of the Family and Medical Leave Act laws and why it is important for them to know how the law works and outlines what supervisors must do when dealing with an employee's FMLA issues to help the employee and the company stay in compliance. It takes a proactive training approach to help supervisors respond appropriately to employees' FMLA issue.

Leadership Development
JJ Keller
25-30 Min
5
Credit(s)
Workplace Bullying and Violence: Supervisors

This “Workplace Bullying and Violence” training course by JJ Keller aims to ensure that you can deliver consistent bullying and workplace violence training to both supervisors and employees.

Workplace Safety
JJ Keller
25-30 Min
5
Credit(s)
Workplace Bullying and Violence: Employees

This “Workplace Bullying and Violence” training course by JJ Keller aims to ensure that you can deliver consistent bullying and workplace violence training to both supervisors and employees.

Workplace Safety
JJ Keller
34-39 Min
5
Credit(s)
Back Safety

The Back Safety Course from JJ Keller is designed to help learners address the importance of lifelong back safety.

Health & Wellness
JJ Keller
74-79 Min
5
Credit(s)
Construction Safety Basics

The Construction Safety Basics training course is designed to help workers in the construction field understand important construction safety topics to keep themselves and other workers safe on the jobsite.

General Safety
JJ Keller
52-57 Min
5
Credit(s)
Workplace Safety

The Workplace Safety Basics course was designed to provide a high-level overview of many important safety topics for the workplace.

General Safety
Workplace Safety
JJ Keller
13-18 Min
5
Credit(s)
Walking Working Surfaces: Employees

Slips, trips, and falls can happen in any area of any workplace — from the office to the production floor to the loading dock to the warehouse and everywhere in between. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slips, trips, and falls cause the majority of general industry workplace accidents and cost employers billions of dollars each year in lost productivity and business. The good news is that OSHA believes many of these injuries can be prevented by following existing regulations and recommended safe work practices.

That is why the JJ Keller Walking Working Surfaces: What Employees Need to Know course is designed to help employees understand how they and their job responsibilities may be impacted under the new standard.

Slips, Trips, & Falls
JJ Keller
16-21 Min
5
Credit(s)
Walking Working Surfaces: Supervisors

Slips, trips, and falls can happen in any area of any workplace — from the office to the production floor to the loading dock to the warehouse and everywhere in between. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slips, trips, and falls cause the majority of general industry workplace accidents and cost employers billions of dollars each year in lost productivity and business. The good news is that OSHA believes many of these injuries can be prevented by following existing regulations and recommended safe work practices.

This is why the Walking Working Surfaces: What Supervisors Need to Know by JJ Keller  is designed to help managers and safety personnel understand the Walking-Working Surfaces rule and their responsibilities under the new standard.

Slips, Trips, & Falls
JJ Keller
20-25 Min
3
Credit(s)
Respiratory Protection

The Respiratory Protection from JJ Keller is designed to familiarize you with respiratory hazards, including oxygen-deficient atmospheres. You'll learn how to protect yourself around workplace breathing hazards.​

Health & Wellness
PPE
JJ Keller
3 Min
5
Credit(s)
Face Masks: How to Properly Fit and Remove a Face Mask

This course on face masks by JJ Keller is designed to provide employees with step-by-step instructions to put on a face mask, get the right fit, check the seal, and remove the mask safely.

Health & Wellness
JJ Keller
2 Min
5
Credit(s)
Hand Washing

This hand washing course from JJ Keller is designed to provide employees with step-by-step instructions to properly wash their hands to remove dirt, grease, and microbes.

Health & Wellness
JJ Keller
25-30 Min
5
Credit(s)
Cargo Securement for Flatbeds

The Cargo Securement for Flatbeds course by JJ Keller is designed to help drivers understand flatbed cargo loading and the flatbed cargo securement process. This program will help to clarify the rules for carriers and drivers so you can avoid citations and fines from being out of compliance, and helps reduce time spent on roadside inspections (or worse, being placed out of service).

The program also addresses CSA implications of cargo securement violations to help carriers and drivers reduce cargo securement violations that will be placed into the Safety Measurement System (SMS) and help you and your driver achieve low BASIC scores.

To help reduce crashes, injuries, loss of life, cargo damage, damage to vehicles and other property, insurance rates and other costs, Cargo Securement Flatbeds covers cargo securement best practices and personal safety, and reinforces that the regulations are the minimum requirements that need to be met.

Securing Loads
JJ Keller
13-18 Min
5
Credit(s)
Silica for Construction Employees

The Crystalline Silica for Construction Employees course is designed to educate workers on how to protect themselves from the dangers of crystalline silica dust. Specifically, it covers 29 CFR 1926.1153, OSHA's Respirable Crystalline Silica Rule for Construction.

Hazardous Materials
JJ Keller
15-20 Min
3
Credit(s)
Silica for Construction Employers

The Crystalline Silica for Construction Employers course is designed to educate employers on how to protect their employees from the dangers of crystalline silica dust. Specifically, it covers 29 CFR 1926.1153, OSHA's Respirable Crystalline Silica Rule for Construction.

Hazardous Materials
JJ Keller
18-23 Min
5
Credit(s)
Ladder Safety - General Industry

The Ladder Safety - General Industry from JJ Keller is designed to help learners understand OSHA ladder requirements under the Walking-Working Surfaces rule

Heights
Ladders
JJ Keller
22-27 Min
5
Credit(s)
Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation

This JJ Keller course on “Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation” will help your motorized pallet jack operators understand the similarities and differences between the two most common types of motorized pallet jacks: "walkies" and "walkie-riders." It also provides an overview of the basic functions and controls common to most pallet jacks and explains the valuable information found on the data plate such as the pallet jack's weight and maximum load capacity.

The heart of the video is in the practical approach it takes to demonstrate safe operating procedures for every step of a typical day's work for a motorized pallet jack. This includes tips for performing a pre-use inspection, how to safely pick up and travel with a load, and requirements for parking a pallet jack and shutdown procedures for the end of the day.

Forklifts