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J. J. Keller’s 2020 Training Catalog

2020 CATALOG

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Keep falls from costing your company with NEW walkway safety solutions.

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J. J. Keller has partnered with the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) — a world leader in walkway safety standards and practice — to deliver new solutions to combat falls: • Walkway Safety Online Training for Supervisors and Employees • Walkway Safety for Employees Handbook • Walkway Safety Awareness Poster SEE PAGES 8-9 FOR DETAILS.

>> EDITOR TIP…

Slips, trips, and falls are a leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Even trips on uneven surfaces can result in serious injuries. Employees should be trained in hazard recognition and awareness, and hazards like changes in elevation or wet floors should be marked with yellow and black stripes or caution signs. MARK STROMME J. J. KELLER® SENIOR EDITOR, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY (EHS) 1 OF 200 WALKWAY AUDITOR CERTIFICATE HOLDERS (WACH)

NEW RESPIRATORY PROTECTION Familiarize your employees with respiratory hazards and how to protect themselves with this new training program. See page 43.

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Falls are a serious problem in workplaces worldwide. In fact, they’re the second leading cause of unintentional death, with approximately

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650,000 occurring each year.

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(Source: World Health Organization)

108-110 David Rupnick, Building/Safety Manager, IDI Distributors, Chanhassen, MN

“I would recommend J. J. Keller training due to the expertise and knowledge they have in the industry. If you want to be the best, you have to work with the best.”

WORKPLACE SAFETY

Ladder Safety Crystalline Silica Lockout/Tagout Forklift Hazard Communication/GHS NEW Respiratory Protection HAZWOPER

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY Confined Spaces — Construction Activities Crystalline Silica Employee Orientation

TRANSPORT SAFETY Alcohol & Drug Testing Cargo Securement Defensive Driving Hours Of Service

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Since 2001

NEW Human Trafficking Injury Prevention Roadside Inspections Straight Trucks

OIL & GAS SAFETY Driver Safety H2S

Hours Of Service

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HAZMAT SAFETY

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HR & LEGAL COMPLIANCE

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INDEX

Function-Specific Online Courses Hazmat Employee Training

Active Shooter FMLA Sexual Harassment Prevention

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THIS TRAINING IS

REQUIRED Training is one of the most important elements in an effective safety and compliance program. On these two pages, we’ve compiled a list of DOTand OSHA-required training that MUST be done.

SPECIFIC TRAINING REQUIRED

DOT

TRAINING TOPIC

ALCOHOL & DRUG TESTING (49 CFR 382.601)

Drivers who operate CMVs in the United States requiring a CDL (or a Licencia Federal de Conductor from Mexico, or a CDL from Canada), must be given educational materials that explain the requirements, and the company’s drug and alcohol policies and procedures. Training records are required.

 UPERVISOR REASONABLE S SUSPICION TESTING (49 CFR 382.603)

All CDL driver supervisors must receive 60 minutes of alcohol abuse training and 60 minutes of controlled substances (drug) misuse training. Supervisors must receive this training before sending a driver for a reasonable suspicion test. Training records are required.

ENTRY-LEVEL DRIVERS (49 CFR Part 380, Subparts F and G)

As of February 7, 2020, drivers applying for an initial CDL, upgrading a current CDL, or obtaining a hazardous materials, passenger, or school bus endorsement will need to complete entry-level driver training. The training includes both theory and behind-the-wheel instruction, with the instruction provided by an entity listed on a Training Provider Registry (TPR), administered by FMCSA.

HAZMAT (49 CFR 172.704)

All employees who perform any function subject to the Hazardous Materials Regulations, such as loading and unloading, preparing the packaging, marking the package, working with hazmat paperwork, and/or driving the vehicle transporting the hazardous materials, must receive training. The required areas are: General Awareness, Function Specific, Safety, Security Awareness, In-Depth Security (if required), and Modal Specific. Initial training must be done prior to performing the function subject to the hazmat regulations. Refresher training must be given at least once every 3 years. Training records are required.

See page 80.

See page 81.

See pages 86-87.

GENERAL HAZMAT EMPLOYEES HAZMAT FOR DRIVERS HAZMAT SECURITY AWARENESS (49 CFR 172.704) See pages 112–115.

LONGER-COMBINATION VEHICLE (LCV) (Part 380, Subparts A through D)

Operators of LCVs in interstate commerce and LCV-driver instructors are subject to minimum training requirements. Training records are required.

ANNUAL/BRAKE INSPECTOR QUALIFICATIONS (49 CFR 396.19/49 CFR 396.25)

Individuals who conduct periodic/annual inspections and employees who are responsible for brake inspections/ maintenance are required to have training and/or experience totalling at least one year. Records of the individual’s qualifications, including training and experience, are required.

EDITOR TIP Section 390.3(e) of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) states that drivers and employees must be instructed in and comply with the regulations, but it does not include specifics as to delivery, documentation, or time. With that said, it is good practice for a motor carrier to provide instruction to its drivers so they can comply with the regulations. Also, the motor carrier should document this instruction so proof of training can be provided if needed during an audit or investigation.

Jill Schultz

J. J. Keller® Editor, Transportation Safety

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OSHA

TRAINING TOPIC

SPECIFIC TRAINING REQUIRED

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (29 CFR 1910.1030)

Initial training and annual refresher training for any employee with reasonably anticipated contact with blood or “other potentially infectious materials” (OPIM) as part of the employee’s duties. Training records are required.

 ONFINED SPACES C (29 CFR 1910.146)

Initial training and retraining as necessary for entrants and attendants. Training records are required.

 ONFINED SPACES IN CONSTRUCTION C (29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart AA)

When entering a permit space to do construction activities such as: repair, alteration, construction. Initial training and retraining as necessary. Training records are required, including dates and name of the trainer.

 LECTRICAL SAFETY E (29 CFR 1910.301-399; training is at 1910.332)

Classroom or on-the-job training is required for qualified or unqualified employees who work on, near, or within any power or electrical source 50 volts or more to ground. Must include safe practices, use of protective equipment, and safe use of electrical equipment.

See page 19.

See page 23.

See page 69.

See page 25. FALL PROTECTION FOR CONSTRUCTION (29 CFR 1926.500-503) OSHA’s #1 Violation in FY2019*

Initial training required to be conducted by a competent person. Retraining as necessary. Training records are required, including dates and the signature of the trainer or the employer.

FIRE SAFETY (29 CFR 1910.38 and 29 CFR 1910.157)

Initial training about fire hazards and retraining when employee’s duties under the emergency action plan change. Employees must be aware of evacuation routes and head count areas. If employees will use fire extinguishers to fight incipientstage fires, they must have applicable training.

FORKLIFT SAFETY (29 CFR 1910.178) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations* See page 31.

Formal instruction and practical training (demonstrations and practical exercises performed). Evaluation of the operator’s performance every 3 years. Training records are required.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION (29 CFR 1910.1200) OSHA’s #2 Violation in FY2019*

Any employer with at least one employee and at least one hazardous chemical. Training records are not required, but recommended.

HAZWOPER (29 CFR 1910.120)

Initial and annual refresher training is required. Training elements depend on the trainee’s duties. Training records are required.

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT (29 CFR 1910.147) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations*

Initial training is required, and retraining may be required as needed. Training records are required.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (29 CFR 1910.132)

Initial training for anyone required to use PPE. How to use the equipment, inspect it, clean it, and store it. Refresher training as needed.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (29 CFR 1910.134) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations*

Companies with one or more employees who must wear a respirator at any time. Must train at least annually and if changes occur in the workplace. How to use the equipment, change filters/canisters, clean, and store it.

WALKING-WORKING SURFACES (29 CFR 1910.30 (a) and (b))

Initial training for employees exposed to fall hazards. Retraining may be required. Training records are not required, but recommended.

See page 63.

See page 29.

See page 45.

See pages 47–49.

See page 37.

See page 39.

See page 43.

See pages 15-17.

EDITOR TIP More than 60 OSHA general industry regulations include training requirements, plus a nearly equal number in the construction regulations. Identifying and complying with the regulations covers only the basics, however. As a best practice, you’ll want to teach your employees to protect themselves, and that requires going beyond the minimum requirements. You’ll also need to identify any hazards as required by the General Duty Clause (such as heat stress, ergonomic injuries, or workplace violence). Most likely, you’ll need to train employees to avoid those hazards. Remember, you can’t keep your employees safe, but you can show them how to keep themselves safe.

Derick Plowden

J. J. Keller® Technical Editor, EHS

*Based on preliminary data from October 1, 2018 to August 15, 2019.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY

Effective safety training not only helps you comply with OSHA requirements, it helps you reduce accidents

and injuries, lower workers’ comp costs, improve employee engagement and morale, and preserve your company’s reputation.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY OSHA Safety Training Handbook

Using clear, easy-to-understand language and full-color photos, the handbook covers topics like: • Forklift safety • An intro to OSHA • Hazard communication • Confined space entry • Lockout/tagout • Electrical safety • PPE • Fall protection • Slips, trips, and falls • First aid and bloodborne pathogens For each topic, the handbook reviews the relevant OSHA regulations and identifies common workplace hazards. Includes prevention strategies and specific safety procedures to follow. Contains a review quiz for each chapter. English (272 pages). Spanish (304 pages).

Description

Product Code

Softbound Handbook 5¼" W x 8¼" L

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Answer Key

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Price (ea.)

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WORKERS

OSHA Construction Safety Handbook Give workers easy-tounderstand information on key safety topics.

OSHA Safety Training Handbook

“Great classroom tool”

I have used this product for several of my classes … Well worth the cost. Instructor1 | Chicago Heights, IL

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ONLINE REVIEW

NEW Employee Food Safety Handbook 4th Edition

Featuring an easy-to-read format and full-color illustrations, this versatile handbook covers 12 key food safety topics: •T  ime and • HACCP • Allergens temperature controls • Personal hygiene • Bacteria •F  SMA and • Pest control • Foodborne illness preventive controls • Sanitation • Cross contamination • Security • Foreign material Also includes charts and chapter quizzes. 112 pages.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY BASICS • Helps employees (especially those new to industrial workplaces) understand the safety issues and hazards they face and what safe work practices they can use to protect themselves • Use for employee orientation training to help instill good safety habits and promote a solid safety culture • Covers 22 topics in four main areas: WORK PRACTICES — wellness; back safety; slips, trips, & falls; personal protective equipment

WORK ENVIRONMENT — hazard communication; safety signs & tags; electrical safety; fire safety; confined spaces; hot work; temperature extremes

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program Pay Per View

Online Training

SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT — hand & power tools; ladders; machinery; powered industrial trucks; lockout/tagout

I N CASE OF AN EMERGENCY — emergency action plans; first aid/emergency response; bloodborne pathogens; HAZWOPER; workplace violence; medical records

• 50-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 4-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more •1  1 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster

CT-49777 CT-49778 SPANISH Work Practices CT-49779 CT-49780 SPANISH Work Environment CT-51024 CT-51025 SPANISH Safe Use Of Equipment CT-51026 CT-51028 SPANISH In Case Of An Emergency CT-51029 CT-51030 SPANISH

Video Training Book

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

CT-49772 ENGLISH/SPANISH

CT-49774 CT-49757 SPANISH Additional Training Component

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15 points ea.

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

CT-49759 CT-49758 SPANISH

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TRAINING TOPICS

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WALKWAY SAFETY FOR EMPLOYEES & SUPERVISORS NEW

TRUST THE EXPERT Our Walkway Safety training was developed by subjectmatter expert Mark Stromme, who is one of approximately 200 Walkway Auditor Certificate Holders (WACH) worldwide. WACHs are trained and certified through the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) in the proper techniques for auditing the traction of building walkways through observation and measurement. The NFSI’s mission is to aid in the prevention of slips, trips, and falls through education, research and standards development.

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J. J. Keller® Sr. Editor, EHS

NEW Walkway Safety For Employees Handbook

Product Code

English

CT-58229

Spanish

CT-58228

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J. J. Keller’s Walkway Safety solutions were developed in cooperation with the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) — a world leader in walkway safety standards and practice — to deliver the most updated, comprehensive content on walkway safety.

Put your best foot forward to

Falls can happen to anyone, anywhere. This wellorganized handbook will provide your employees with an introduction to walkway safety and help them recognize and prevent falls from the same level. Divided into three main sections — Foundations of Walkway Safety, Hazard Recognition, and Hazard Prevention & Incident Response — the handbook covers: •T  he difference between a slip, trip, stumble, air step, and fall •E  nvironmental and behavioral factors that cause slips, trips, stumbles, air steps and falls • Employer requirements to protect against fall hazards • Ways to eliminate and prevent fall hazards • How to respond to a fall incident Includes a receipt page to help you document your training. 36 pages. Description

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NATIONAL FLOOR SAFETY INSTITUTE

Price (ea.) 10–24 $5.59 5–9 $5.69 1–4 $5.99

prevent slips, trips, air steps, stumbles, and falls: • Avoid distracted walking • Walk at a reasonable pace and be aware of your surroundings • Keep at least one hand free and use handrails when available • Avoid taking unnecessary shortcuts • Keep a clear line of sight and always make sure you can see where you’re going

NEW Walkway Safety Awareness Poster

• Move slowly and pay close attention to the surface you’re walking on

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Description

Product Code

English

CT-58227

Spanish

CT-58226

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Keep walkway safety top of mind with this eyecatching poster. It provides employees with tips to avoid slips, trips, and falls. 17" W x 22" L. Price (ea.)

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Walkway Safety Module 1: Foundations of Walkway Safety Employee AND Supervisor courses: • Describe the differences between a slip, trip, stumble, and air step • Identify and distinguish between two main categories of risk factors that impact slips, trips, and falls • Discuss the costs associated with falls Supervisor course also: • Explains how floor porosity impacts fall-related events • Differentiates between the two types of fraud companies need to be aware of Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) CT-58231 EMPLOYEES Online Training

CT-58230 EMPLOYEES SPANISH

25 points ea.

CT-58224 SUPERVISORS

Walkway Safety Module 2: Hazard Recognition • Discusses common environmental and behavioral factors that increase a person’s risk of falling Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) CT-58651 EMPLOYEES Online Training

CT-58654 EMPLOYEES SPANISH

25 points ea.

CT-58223 SUPERVISORS

Walkway Safety Module 3: Hazard Prevention & Incident Response Employee AND Supervisor courses: • Summarize proactive measures employers can take to prevent fall incidents • Describe ways employees can prevent fall hazards in the workplace • E xplain the proper way for employees to respond to a fall incident Supervisor course also: • Identifies the best way to measure the coefficient of friction of a floor Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) CT-58652 EMPLOYEES Online Training

CT-58653 EMPLOYEES SPANISH

25 points ea.

CT-58222 SUPERVISORS

Also Available at JJKellerTraining.com Walkway Safety for Employees Online Curriculum (includes Modules 1-3 above) CT-58221 CT-58232 SPANISH

Walkway Safety for Supervisors Online Curriculum (includes Modules 1-3 above) CT-58225

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THE SMART WAY TO

REINFORCE SAFETY TRAINING Now you can reinforce your safety and compliance training throughout the workplace with J. J. Keller® training programs, featuring J. J. Keller® EyeCue® Visual Learning System. It’s a smarter way to enhance employee retention of your training so you can further reduce injuries and incidents.

Available in our most popular topics: BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS . . . . . . . . . page 19 CONFINED SPACES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 23 ELECTRICAL SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 25 FIRE SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 29 FORKLIFT SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 31 LOTO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 37 PPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 39 NEW

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION . . . . page 43

SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 13

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Training Beyond the Classroom The system uses a simple, yet effective, three-step process:

1. TRAIN

1. Deliver our training enhanced with

attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

2. IDENTIFY 3. REINFORCE Using unique visual prompts that have been designed to stand out from standard workplace signage, the system enhances employee recall of key concepts and makes our high-impact training programs even more memorable. The result is effective training that lasts long after the session ends, making your workplace a safer place to work.

2. Place the corresponding EyeCue tags ®

in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

J. J. Keller’s EyeCue® programs offer crucial reinforcement of the material that was taught in class. The EyeCue tags keep our guys aware of the importance of safety at work, so they’re doing everything they can to protect themselves. EyeCue is another tool to help me with my safety mission. Scott Stevenson Vice President, Safety & Training T & K Asphalt Services, Inc. | Whitman, MA

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3. Encourage employees to connect the

tagged area with the J. J. Keller® training for immediate lesson reinforcement.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY

Need more EyeCue® materials? Tag Identification Chart

Slips, Trips, and Falls

Train

Identify

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s slips, trips, and falls training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Slip/Fall

Proper Ladder Use Reminder

Practice safe walking techniques Be aware of your surroundings

EyeCue® Tags Proper Ladder Use Reminder Reminds employees, when using a ladder, to place it on a solid surface, to observe the 4-to-1 rule, to face the ladder, and to use three points of contact.

CT-43352 Window Clings CT-43357 Floor Labels CT-43342 Magnets CT-43347 Tag CT-43337 Small Stickers CT-43362 Large Stickers

Slip/Fall Hazard Reminder Reminds employees to practice safe walking techniques, and when they see slipping hazards, to remove or report them.

CT-43349 Window Clings CT-43354 Floor Labels CT-43339 Magnets CT-43344 Tag CT-43334 Small Stickers CT-43359 Large Stickers

Trip/Fall Hazard Reminder Reminds employees to practice safe walking techniques, and when they see tripping hazards, to remove or report them.

CT-43350 Window Clings CT-43355 Floor Labels CT-43340 Magnets CT-43345 Tag CT-43335 Small Stickers CT-43360 Large Stickers

Housekeeping Reminder Reminds employees to ensure walkways, storage areas and workplaces are free of clutter and hazardous objects.

CT-43353 Window Clings CT-43358 Floor Labels CT-43343 Magnets CT-43348 Tag CT-43338 Small Stickers CT-43363 Large Stickers

Handrail Reminder Reminds employees to use handrails when they are available.

CT-43351 Window Clings CT-43356 Floor Labels CT-43341 Magnets CT-43346 Tag CT-43336 Small Stickers CT-43361 Large Stickers

No Texting And Walking Reminder Reminds employees to avoid being distracted when walking and be alert, with eyes up at all times.

CT-48111 Window Clings CT-48113 Floor Labels CT-48106 Magnets CT-48108 Tag CT-48104 Small Stickers CT-48115 Large Stickers

Appropriate Footwear Reminder Reminds employees to choose appropriate footwear for the conditions and environment.

CT-48112 Window Clings CT-48114 Floor Labels CT-48107 Magnets CT-48110 Tag CT-48105 Small Stickers CT-48116 Large Stickers

When using a ladder: Place it on a solid, stable surface

When you see a slipping hazard:

Observe the 4-to-1 rule

Remove it safely or

Face the ladder at all times

Report it

Use three points of contact Avoid the following: Overreaching Standing on the top rung Using it for unintended purposes

Trip/Fall Practice safe walking techniques Be aware of your surroundings When you see a tripping hazard: Remove it safely or

Housekeeping

Report it

Ensure walkways, storage areas and workplaces are free of clutter and hazardous objects When you see a hazard:

Handrail Reminder

Remove it safely or Report it

Use handrails when available

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Slips, Trips, and Falls Poster

Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L. Product Code CT-42331

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

The EyeCue® Visual Learning System uses a 3-step process: TRAIN

Deliver our training enhanced with attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

1

IDENTIFY

Place the corresponding EyeCue® tags in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

2

Price Per Pack Product

25–49

10–24

1–9

Window Clings — 4" x 5" (5-pack)

$16.24

$17.09

$17.99

Floor Labels — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$36.09

$37.99

$39.99

Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

$21.84

$22.99

Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Small Stickers — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Large Stickers — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$18.04

$18.99

$19.99

Aggregate Price applies to all EyeCue® Reminder Components listed in this catalog. Example: Purchase 15 Window Cling packs for any program plus 10 Floor Label packs for any program, and use the 25-49 pack price break.

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REINFORCE Encourage employees to connect the tagged area with the J. J. Keller® training for immediate lesson reinforcement.

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HAZARD PERCEPTION CHALLENGE®: SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS • Helps employees understand what hazard perception is, and how important it is to develop and practice it • A unique “watch and react” training formula requires employees to participate in training by quickly identifying the slip, trip, and fall hazards in 16 video scenarios, then making the best choice to avoid or eliminate the hazards • Covers housekeeping, ladder use, stairways, elevated surfaces, and scissor lifts

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48658

Pay Per View

CT-43216

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CT-42426

25 points

Video Training Book

CT-50680

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DVD program includes:

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Unique “watch and react” format requires trainee participation, keeping employees focused and engaged in training.

Slips & Trips: Workplace Safety Designed to help learners recognize and avoid slip and trip hazards. Explains how to recognize the difference between slips and trips, and what causes each of them to occur. Discusses the potential injuries sustained and costs associated with slips and trips. Describes ways to prevent slips and trips in the workplace.

Updated to reflect Walking-Working Surfaces Final Rule.

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Slips, trips, & falls cause many injuries and lost work time. Slips occur when there is too little friction between your feet and the surface on which you walk or work.

Falls occur when a person loses his/her balance, causing the body to move from an upright position to a prone or semiprone position.

Be aware of the following areas/conditions that could lead to slips:

Four categories of falls include:

• Floor surfaces that are wet • Leaks and spills

• Trip and fall – you encounter some kind of object that causes you to trip

• Clutter, protruding objects, uneven floors, poor housekeeping

• Stump and fall – your foot encounters some kind of impediment on the walking surface

• Ice, snow, rain, and mud

• Step and fall – your foot encounters an opening or break in the walking surface

• Rugs and mats that don’t have a non-skid back

Slips, Trips, & Falls Instructional Chart Chart contains important safety information and procedures your employees should know.

• Slip and fall – a reduction in friction occurs between your shoes and the walking surface

Trips occur when your foot hits an object, and you are moving with enough momentum to be thrown off balance.

Factors that contribute to the reduction of workplace slips, trips, & falls:

To reduce the chance for trips:

• Good housekeeping practices

• Keep work areas well-lit • Keep work areas clean and free of clutter

• Management commitment to good workplace safety procedures

• Tape extension or power tool cords to the floor

• Wearing appropriate footwear

• Report loose carpeting and damaged stair treads, floor boards, or handrails

• Floor surfaces and coverings designed to reduce the likelihood of slips, trips, and falls

• Don’t run

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Walking-Working Surfaces Signs

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Safety Audits For Employees This course is designed to help employees understand the purpose and benefits of safety audits, what they can expect, and how they can play an active role in creating a hazard-free workplace. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain the purpose and benefits of a safety audit • Describe the tasks performed during and after a safety audit • Identify appropriate ways to prevent and respond to workplace hazards Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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25 points

Housekeeping & Maintenance Use this course to help your employees recognize, avoid, report, and eliminate hazards. It will teach them the proper housekeeping and maintenance measures to take to ensure their safety and the safety of others. Covers work stations, floors, storage, and preventive and corrective maintenance. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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WALKING-WORKING SURFACES: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR SUPERVISORS & EMPLOYEES • Helps safety managers and supervisors understand when a hazard assessment is required, when an inspection is required, what fall protection options are available, when training is required, and how to identify a qualified person to develop and conduct the training • Helps employees understand the impact of the standard and their responsibilities in terms of hazard assessments, inspections, fall protection, and training • Helps satisfy OSHA’s Walking-Working Surfaces training requirements*

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program Pay Per View

Online Training

Video Training Book

4 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions for both supervisors and employees.

• 16-Minute Video for Supervisors (Closed-Captioned in English) •1  3-Minute Video for Employees (Closed-Captioned in English) • 1 Trainer Guide •2  Employee Handbooks (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right and below. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

CT-38334 ENGLISH/SPANISH CT-50631 Supervisor CT-50632 Supervisor SPANISH CT-50515 Employee CT-50514 Employee SPANISH CT-50610 Supervisor CT-50615 Supervisor SPANISH CT-50063 Employee CT-50614 Employee SPANISH CT-50533 Employee Additional Training Component

$395 $65 ea.

25 points ea. 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

CT-50483 CT-50633 SPANISH

10–24 $6.89 ea. 5–9 $6.99 ea. 1–4 $7.39 ea.

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Walking-Working Surfaces Employee Handbook

Use this affordable handbook to help address the training requirements* of the Walking-Working Surfaces Rule. Using clear, easy-to-understand language and full-color illustrations, the handbook covers the following topics: • Scaffolds • What are walking-working surfaces? • Slips, trips, and falls • Fall protection • Stairs • Ladders Includes chapter quizzes to test employee understanding and a removable receipt page for easy documentation. Perfect bound, 66 pages (English) and 74 pages (Spanish). Description

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CT-50483

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Price (ea.) 10–24 $6.89 5–9 $6.99 1–4 $7.39

*Note: OSHA requires employers to provide training on this subject and trainees must be trained by a qualified person. The programs on this page can be used as part of your training curriculum to help you fulfill the training requirements. “Qualified person” means one with a recognized degree or professional certificate and extensive knowledge and experience in the subject field who is capable of design, analysis, evaluation, and specifications in the subject work, project, or product.

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LADDER SAFETY FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.30(b)(1)* • E xplains the potential hazards and protective measures employees can take while working with ladders to prevent injuries • Covers recognizing ladder hazards, types of ladders and their components, and safety measures to take when using ladders

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) CT-50534 ENGLISH/SPANISH

DVD Program

CT-50485 CT-50486 SPANISH CT-50611 CT-50616 SPANISH

Pay Per View Online Training

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 18-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 5-Minute Message To Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 1 (5-pack) Ladder Inspection Checklist Tags • 1 (5-pack) Do Not Use Ladder Tags

$85 ea. 25 points ea.

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Video Training Book

$395

Additional Training Component

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook Employee Handbook

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

CT-50524 CT-50523 SPANISH

Ladder Safety Inspection Forms and Tags

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Stairways For General Industry

Individuals whose jobs require the use of step bolts and manhole steps to climb or descend are more prone to slips and falls if proper safety requirements are not met. This course helps learners understand OSHA’s requirements for using step bolts and manhole steps and proper safety measures for preventing personal injury. After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Recognize potential hazards related to step bolts and manhole steps • Identify safety measures when using step bolts and manhole steps to minimize slips and falls • E xplain how to respond to a hazardous condition

Slips, trips, and falls from stairways are the cause of many workplace injuries every year. This course will help teach your employees how to use them safely. After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Recognize OSHA requirements related to stairways • Describe safety measures to take when using stairways Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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FALL PROTECTION FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY • Helps satisfy OSHA’s Walking-Working Surfaces training requirements 29 CFR 1910.30(a)(3)(i) and 1910.30(a)(3)(ii)* • Helps learners understand OSHA’s requirements for working with various types of fall protection • Covers potential hazards and protective measures you can take to help prevent falls (one of the most common causes of injuries) while working on elevated working platforms and runways, or near floor, wall, or window openings

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program Pay Per View Online Training Video Training Book

CT-50535 ENGLISH/SPANISH CT-50488 CT-50487 SPANISH CT-50612 CT-50617 SPANISH CT-50532 CT-50643 SPANISH Additional Training Component

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

$395 $85 ea. 25 points ea. 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

• 16-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 6-Minute Message To Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish)

Employee Handbook

CT-50526 CT-50525 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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Scaffolding Safety For General Industry This course provides an introduction to the types of scaffolds commonly used in general industry for manufacturing and maintenance tasks. After completing the course, employees will be able to: • I dentify the common types of scaffolds used in general industry •R  ecognize potential hazards associated with scaffolds •L  ist important safety measures to follow when working on a scaffold Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48458

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*Note: OSHA requires employers to provide training on this subject and trainees must be trained by a qualified person. The programs on this page can be used as part of your training curriculum to help you fulfill the training requirements. “Qualified person” means one with a recognized degree or professional certificate and extensive knowledge and experience in the subject field who is capable of design, analysis, evaluation, and specifications in the subject work, project, or product.

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Need more EyeCue® materials? Tag Identification Chart

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Discard In Biohazard Waste Container Reminder Reminds employees to dispose of biohazard materials in the appropriate container.

CT-43467 Window Clings CT-43504 Floor Labels CT-43380 Magnets CT-43427 Tag CT-43293 Small Stickers CT-43544 Large Stickers

PPE Inspection Reminder Reminds employees to check that the PPE they’re using is in good condition.

CT-43470 Window Clings CT-43507 Floor Labels CT-43383 Magnets CT-43432 Tag CT-43296 Small Stickers CT-43547 Large Stickers

Wash Hands Reminder Reminds employees to wash their hands when coming in contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials, or when removing their gloves.

CT-43466 Window Clings CT-43503 Floor Labels CT-43379 Magnets CT-43425 Tag CT-43292 Small Stickers CT-43543 Large Stickers

No Biohazard In Regular Waste Container Reminder Reminds employees to NOT dispose of regulated waste materials in a regular trash container.

CT-43468 Window Clings CT-43505 Floor Labels CT-43381 Magnets CT-43429 Tag CT-43294 Small Stickers CT-43545 Large Stickers

Biohazard PPE Reminder Reminds employees to wear appropriate PPE for the job and check that it is in good condition.

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When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s bloodborne pathogens training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Wash Hands

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Biohazard PPE Wear the appropriate PPE for the job

When coming in contact with blood or other potentially infectious material or are removing your gloves:

Check that the PPE is in good condition

Clean your hands with soap and water If the job you’re doing requires gloves: Put on a fresh pair of gloves before continuing work

Inspect PPE Check that the PPE you’ve selected is in good condition

Discard in Biohazard Waste Container Dispose of biohazard materials in the appropriate container

No Biohazards in Regular Waste Container Do not dispose of regulated waste materials in a regular trash container

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Bloodborne Pathogens Poster Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L. Product Code CT-41498

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

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The EyeCue® Visual Learning System uses a 3-step process: TRAIN

Deliver our training enhanced with attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

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IDENTIFY

Place the corresponding EyeCue® tags in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

2

REINFORCE Encourage employees to connect the tagged area with the J. J. Keller® training for immediate lesson reinforcement.

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$36.09

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Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

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Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

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$13.53

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$18.04

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Aggregate Price applies to all EyeCue® Reminder Components listed in this catalog. Example: Purchase 15 Window Cling packs for any program plus 10 Floor Label packs for any program, and use the 25-49 pack price break.

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PREPARED Bloodborne Pathogens Spill Clean-Up Kits Provide supplies for compliant bio-hazard clean-up. Visit JJKeller.com and search BBP spill kits. Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE • Gives employees the knowledge to protect themselves from potential exposures • Helps employees understand what bloodborne pathogens are, how these microorganisms are transmitted, and who’s at risk • Covers 9 standard preventive and control measures, steps to take if there’s an exposure incident, and how the exposure control plan is a source for more information

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 23-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 5 -Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

BONUS VIDEO • Refresher Training Video (9 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48653.

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48653 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-44021 CT-49297 SPANISH

Online Training

CT-43850

Video Training Book

CT-48398 Additional Training Components

$494 $85 ea. 25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

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Bloodborne Pathogens: Safety In The Workplace

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First Aid Basics After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Identify situations that require first aid response • A ssess an environment for safety • Prioritize and apply first aid measures • Evaluate appropriate responses to a person in distress • Select a person to assist when other people are available • Communicate effectively with 911 and emergency medical service (EMS) personnel • Summarize the importance of company emergency plans, procedures, and policies Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) CT-41093

Online Training

25 points

Emergency Eyewash & Shower Use After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain the purpose of emergency eyewashes and showers, including when and how to use them • Describe the type and temperature of the flushing fluid used within emergency eyewashes and showers • Identify ways to ensure immediate access and use of emergency eyewashes or showers Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) CT-51659

Online Training

25 points

First Aid Kit: 25-Person Class A Type I and II ANSI Z308.1-2015

This industrial first aid kit helps you meet the requirements of ANSI standard Z308.1-2015 as well as OSHA 29 CFR 1910.151(b) regulations for industrial work environments. Plastic storage case features a snap-shut lid to keep contents dust free and organized until they are needed; carrying handle includes tabs allowing the kit to be wall-mounted.

Kit includes:

• (32) 1" x 3" Adhesive Bandages • (1) ½" x 5 yd First Aid Tape • (1) 4" x 4" Burn Dressing • (1) 2" Gauze Rolls • (4) 3" x 3" Gauze Pads • (2) 5" x 9" Trauma Pads • (1) 40" Triangular Bandage • (10) Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets (.5 gm) • (10) BZK Antiseptic Wipes

Product Code CT-47982

WORKPLACE SAFETY First Aid Emergency Guidelines Unconsciousness Assess the scene and make sure it is safe to approach the person. If it is safe, look for responsiveness. Tap the person and ask, “Are you OK?” If there is no response, call 911or have someone else do so. Check for breathing. Begin CPR if necessary. If the person is breathing and you are sure there is no spinal injury: • Roll the person onto his or her side, toward you. • Bend the top leg. The hip and knee should be at right angles. • Gently tilt the head back. This keeps the airway open. • If breathing stops, roll the person onto his or her back. Begin CPR.

Seizures Protect the person from injury. Lay the person on the ground in a safe area. Move nearby objects out of the way. Cushion the person’s head. Loosen tight clothing. Do not put anything in the person’s mouth. Gently turn the person on his or her side, in case vomiting occurs. Look for a medical I.D. bracelet that offers information and/or instructions. Call 911 if the seizure lasts more than five minutes or the person is injured, has trouble breathing, cannot be awakened, is pregnant, has diabetes, or has heart disease. Stay with the person until help arrives.

Abrasions, cuts, and punctures Clean the wound with cool water. Hold the wounded area under running water or pour water over the wound.

If you suspect a spinal injury, do not move the person as long as breathing continues. If the person vomits, roll the entire body to the side. The head and neck should be supported while the body is rolled.

Clean the skin around the wound with soap and a soft washcloth. Try to keep soap out of the wound itself.

Keep the person warm until help arrives.

If there is dirt in the wound, remove the particles with tweezers that have been cleaned in isopropyl alcohol. Apply a thin layer of antibiotic cream or ointment. Cover the wound with a dressing and bandage.

Bleeding If bleeding is severe, call 911 and get medical help as soon as possible. Have the injured person lie down. Put on protective gloves if they are available. Place layers of sterile gauze or cloth on the wound. Apply direct pressure. If possible, elevate the injury above the level of the person’s heart. Wrap the wound securely.

If bleeding doesn’t stop Use pressure points. Press the artery against the bone beneath it. In the arm: Press on the inside of the arm just above the elbow or just below the armpit. In the leg: Press just behind the knee or in the groin.

Poisoning

If poison spilled onto the person’s clothes, remove the clothes. Flush the skin with water. If the person vomits, wrap a cloth around your fingers and sweep the mouth and throat. The person can be rolled onto the left side and kept comfortable until help arrives. Begin CPR if the person becomes unresponsive and stops breathing.

Strains, sprains, and contusions Wrap a sprain with an elastic bandage. Elevate the injured limb above the heart.

Major burns: Call 911 or have someone else do so. Begin CPR if the person is unconscious and not breathing. Elevate the burned body parts above heart level, if possible. Cover the burn with a dry, sterile bandage.

Fractures

Electrical burns: Do not touch the person. Turn off the source of electricity. Call 911 or have someone else do so. Begin CPR if the person is unconscious and not breathing. If CPR is not necessary, lay the person down and elevate the legs. Cover any burned area with a sterile gauze bandage or clean cloth.

If a chemical gets into the eyes, quickly flush the eyes well for at least 15 minutes. Use an eyewash station or emergency shower if possible. A hose may also be used. Do not rub the eyes. Try to force the eyes open and flush under the eyelids. Call 911 or seek medical care.

Spinal injury

Immobilize the injured limb. Do not attempt to straighten the bone. If a bone is sticking out, do not try to push it back in. Apply a splint if you have been trained to do so. Apply ice wrapped in cloth to the injured area. Treat for shock if the person feels faint or is taking short, rapid breaths. Call 911 or seek medical attention.

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Call 911 or have someone else do so.

Call 911 or have someone else do so. Keep the person still. Hold the head and neck to prevent movement. Do not allow the neck to bend or twist. If the victim must be rolled, two people are needed. Station one person at the victim’s head and the other along the victim’s side. Keep the head, neck, and back aligned while rolling the person onto one side.

Begin CPR if the person is unresponsive and not breathing. If CPR is not necessary, lay the person down on his or her back with the feet about 12 inches higher than the head. Do not elevate the feet if doing so will cause pain or further injury. Keep the person warm and comfortable; cover the person with a blanket and loosen tight clothing. Turn the person to the side if the person vomits or bleeds from the mouth.

Frostbite End the exposure. Move the person to a warm place. Remove any wet clothes. Wrap affected areas with a dry, sterile dressing. Transport to medical care.

Hypothermia

Emergency Contact Information

Call 911 or local emergency services.

Call 911 or have someone else do so.

Internal Emergency Response Team:_______________________________________

Move the person to a warm place. Remove wet clothing. Warm the person slowly with blankets or dry clothing. Warm compresses may be applied to the center of the body. Warm the trunk and abdomen first — not the arms, legs, hands, and feet. Warming the extremities first can cause shock.

Ambulance: ____________________________________________________________

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Heat exhaustion Move the person to a shady, cool area or air-conditioned building. Have the person rest and give sips of water or other fluids. Do not give the person alcohol or caffeinated beverages. Loosen or remove any tight or unnecessary clothing. Apply cool water to the skin and fan air over the person, or have the person take a cool shower or bath. Seek medical care if the person does not feel better within 30 minutes.

Hospital:_______________________________________________________________ Physician: ______________________________________________________________ Police: _________________________________________________________________

Heatstroke Call 911 or have someone else do so. Move the person to a shady, cool area or air-conditioned building. Have the person lie down. Loosen or remove clothing. Fan air over the person while wetting the skin with water. Apply cool compresses or ice packs to the armpits, groin, neck, and back.

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Charts contain important safety information and procedures your employees should know. Each chart measures 20" W x 26" L, laminated.

Call the National Poison Control Center hotline at (800) 222-1222. Follow the advice given.

Minor burns: Hold the burned area under cool running water or immerse it in cool water for at least 5 minutes. Cover the burn with a sterile gauze bandage, wrapping the gauze loosely.

Chemical burns: Brush away any dry chemical. Rinse with cool, gently running water for 10 to 20 minutes or more. Remove contaminated clothing or jewelry. Loosely wrap the burned area with a dry, sterile bandage or clean cloth. Call 911 or get medical care if the burn is severe.

Workplace Safety Instructional Charts

Do not make the person vomit or give the person anything to drink unless told to do so by the Poison Control Center or another health professional.

Apply ice wrapped in cloth to the injured area.

Burns

Price (ea.) 24–47 $30.88 12–23 $32.85 1–11 $34.95

• (10) Burn Cream Packets (.9 gm) • (1) Instant Cold Pack • (2) Eye Pads • (1) Eyewash (1 oz.) • (6) Hand Sanitizers (.9 gm) • (1) CPR Mask • (4) Nitrile Medical Exam Gloves • (1) Scissors •(1) First Aid Guide (ANSI Z308.1-2015 version)

This poster is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for first aid training. Take an accredited first aid course to learn more about lifesaving techniques.

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Confined Spaces

Train

Identify

Do not enter the permit space unless: You are a trained and authorized entry team member An entry permit is signed and appropriately posted

Look for permit spaces that may contain serious safety hazards Stay out of spaces containing serious safety hazards unless you have been trained and authorized to work in them

Entry Team/Rescue

Atmosphere Testing Needed

Do not enter the permit space unless: You are a trained and authorized entry team member An entry permit is signed and appropriately posted

Know that you are approaching a permit space that requires atmospheric testing If the testing reveals a hazard: Use special safeguards, such as ventilation, before entering the permit space

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Do not attempt to rescue a worker in a permit space unless you are a trained and equipped member of the rescue team

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Confined Spaces Poster

Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L. Product Code CT-42330

CT-43494 Window Clings CT-43534 Floor Labels CT-43414 Magnets CT-43459 Tag CT-43370 Small Stickers CT-43584 Large Stickers

Entry Permit Needed Reminder Reminds employees to not enter the permit space unless they are trained and authorized, and an entry permit is signed and posted.

CT-43496 Window Clings CT-43536 Floor Labels CT-43417 Magnets CT-43459 Tag CT-43372 Small Stickers CT-43586 Large Stickers

Entry Team/Rescue Reminder Reminds employees to not enter the permit space unless they are trained and authorized, or attempt to rescue a worker in the space unless they are trained and equipped members of the rescue team.

CT-43495 Window Clings CT-43535 Floor Labels CT-43415 Magnets CT-43458 Tag CT-43371 Small Stickers CT-43585 Large Stickers

Serious Safety Hazards Reminder Reminds employees to be aware of their surroundings, to look for permit spaces that may contain serious hazards, and to stay out of spaces containing serious hazards unless trained and authorized.

CT-43493 Window Clings CT-43533 Floor Labels CT-43413 Magnets CT-43456 Tag CT-43369 Small Stickers CT-43582 Large Stickers

Entry Permit Needed

Be aware of your surroundings

42330

Atmosphere Testing Needed Reminder Reminds employees that they are approaching a permit space that requires atmosphere testing.

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s confined spaces training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Serious Safety Hazards

EyeCue® Tags

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

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$16.24

$17.09

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$36.09

$37.99

$39.99

Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

$21.84

$22.99

Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Small Stickers — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

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$18.04

$18.99

$19.99

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DID YOU KNOW?

“Maintenance activities” have commonly been defined as making or keeping a structure, fixture or foundation (substrates) in proper condition in a routine, scheduled, or anticipated fashion. OSHA has stated that maintenance involves keeping equipment working in its existing state i.e. preventing its failure or decline.

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3

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CONFINED SPACES: ENTRY TEAM TRAINING — MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES • Outlines precautions that must be taken before a confined space is entered • E xplains how to recognize the signs, symptoms and characteristic effects of exposure to confined space hazards • Defines the role and responsibilities of each member of the confined space entry team • Illustrates proper procedures via a step-by-step confined space entry and a confined space rescue

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-45346 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-45388 CT-45386 SPANISH

Online Training

CT-43858

Video Training Book

CT-48688 Additional Training Components

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 27-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 10-Minute Review Video with quiz • 4 -Minute Note To Trainers Video explaining what OSHA means by “construction activities” and “maintenance activities” • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Confined Space Entry Sign • 1 Confined Space Entry Permit Example • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) •2  EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

BONUS VIDEOS • Alternative Entry Procedures (3 minutes) • Reclassifying A Permit Space (4 minutes) • Atmospheric Testing Procedures (6 minutes)

$494 $85 ea. 25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

CT-45372 CT-45373 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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Identify

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s electrical safety training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Electric Shock Hazard

Lockout/Tagout Needed

Understand the potential hazards of electric shock

If a piece of equipment is locked or tagged out: Wait for a qualified employee to remove the lock and/or tag before you use it If you are the authorized, qualified employee who locked/tagged out the circuit: Ensure you understand the complete lockout/tagout procedures for that circuit when you work on it

Arc Flash/Blast Hazard Be aware that you are in an area where arc flash could occur Stay away from equipment where arc flash could occur

Don’t Remove Ground Prong

If you are an employee who is qualified to work around arc flash hazards: Wear special personal protective equipment, which could include: Rubber insulating gloves Hoods Face protection Leather work boots Insulating blankets or mats

Don’t use a cord with the ground prong missing, and never remove a ground prong yourself If you find a cord with the ground prong bent or missing: Tag the item as “out of service” Report the damage

Don’t wear metal jewelry or watches when working around live parts

Don’t Store Materials Here

Cord Inspection

Pay attention to warning signs and labels on electrical equipment and panels

Examine cords before use, including: Integrity of the insulation and prongs Proper gauge and length

Don’t store materials or debris in front of electrical service panels or other areas that must be kept clear

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If you find a damaged or improper cord: Tag the item as “out of service” Report the damage

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Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L.

CT-42329

CT-43490 Window Clings CT-43530 Floor Labels CT-43410 Magnets CT-43453 Tag CT-43366 Small Stickers CT-43579 Large Stickers

Lockout/Tagout Needed Reminder Reminds employees to be aware that they’re working around circuitry that requires lockout or tagout procedures and to wait for a qualified employee to remove the lock and/or tag before they use it.

CT-43489 Window Clings CT-43529 Floor Labels CT-43402 Magnets CT-43452 Tag CT-43365 Small Stickers CT-43578 Large Stickers

Arc Flash/Blast Hazard Reminder Reminds employees to stay away from equipment where arc flash could occur or, if qualified to work in the area, to wear special PPE.

CT-43488 Window Clings CT-43528 Floor Labels CT-43401 Magnets CT-43451 Tag CT-43364 Small Stickers CT-43577 Large Stickers

Electric Shock Hazard Reminder Reminds employees of the need to understand electrical shock hazards and to use devices such as fuses, circuit breakers, and ground-faultcircuit interrupters.

CT-43487 Window Clings CT-43527 Floor Labels CT-43399 Magnets CT-43450 Tag CT-43313 Small Stickers CT-43576 Large Stickers

Cord Inspection Reminder Reminds employees to examine cords before using, and to report damaged cords.

CT-43492 Window Clings CT-43532 Floor Labels CT-43412 Magnets CT-43455 Tag CT-43368 Small Stickers CT-43581 Large Stickers

Don’t Remove Ground Prong Reminder Reminds employees to not use a cord with the ground plug missing and to never remove a ground prong.

CT-43491 Window Clings CT-43531 Floor Labels CT-43411 Magnets CT-43454 Tag CT-43367 Small Stickers CT-43580 Large Stickers

ISBN 978-1-61099-971-7

Electrical Safety Poster

Product Code

Don’t Store Materials Here Reminder Reminds employees to pay attention to warning signs and labels on electrical equipment and to not store materials in front of electrical panels.

Be aware that you are working around circuitry that requires lockout or tagout procedures

Use electrical protective devices, such as: Fuses Circuit breakers Ground-fault-circuit interrupters (GFCI)

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EyeCue® Tags

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

The EyeCue® Visual Learning System uses a 3-step process:

Price Per Pack

TRAIN

Deliver our training enhanced with attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

1

IDENTIFY

Product

25–49

10–24

1–9

Window Clings — 4" x 5" (5-pack)

$16.24

$17.09

$17.99

Floor Labels — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$36.09

$37.99

$39.99

Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

$21.84

$22.99

Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Small Stickers — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Large Stickers — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$18.04

$18.99

$19.99

Aggregate Price applies to all EyeCue® Reminder Components listed in this catalog. Example: Purchase 15 Window Cling packs for any program plus 10 Floor Label packs for any program, and use the 25-49 pack price break.

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2

REINFORCE Encourage employees to connect the tagged area with the J. J. Keller® training for immediate lesson reinforcement.

3

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ELECTRICAL SAFETY: TRAINING FOR UNQUALIFIED EMPLOYEES • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.332 for unqualified employees • Developed with input from real-world electrical safety professionals • Covers an introduction to the basics of electricity; electrical hazard recognition and avoidance; safety-related work practices; and emergency procedures • Helps unqualified employees understand their role in maintaining a safe workplace

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) CT-45379 ENGLISH/SPANISH

DVD Program

CT-45391 CT-45395 SPANISH CT-43864 CT-48700 SPANISH

Pay Per View Online Training

$494 $85 ea. 25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

CT-45376 CT-45377 SPANISH

• 25-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 4-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  1 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) •1  EyeCue® Tag Pack: •S  et of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) •2  EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • Arc Flash/Arc Blast Video (6 minutes) • Power Tool and Extension Cord Safety Video (8 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-45379.

Power Tool & Extension Cord Safety

After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Recognize the hazards associated with the use of power tools • E xplain when and how to properly inspect extension cords • Discuss basic safety rules for handling and operating power tools Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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25 points

Arc Flash/Arc Blast Awareness & Safety

After completing the course, employees should be able to: • Recognize and avoid arc flash and arc blast situations • E xplain what to do in the event of an arc flash/arc blast electrical emergency Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-38756

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HOT WORK: SAFETY OPERATIONS TRAINING • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.252 and NFPA 51B training requirements • Covers the roles of the hot work operator, fire watch, and permit authorizing individual; components of a completed hot work permit; and how to arrange a fire-safe area for temporary work • Features real-world industry professionals who drive home the dangers of hot work • 2017 Bronze Telly Award Winner

DVD program includes:

• 21-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Hot Work Permit Tag

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48583

$395

Pay Per View

CT-48579

$85

Online Training

CT-43870 CT-48439 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-48574

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS  ot Work: General Awareness for Affected Employees •H (5 minutes) •H  ot Work: Responsibilities for the Permit Authorizing Individual & Fire Watch (5 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48583.

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This course is designed to teach workers directly involved in the welding process how to stay safe. Specifically, it covers activities that must be completed before welding can begin; how to prevent and protect against fire; and precautions to take to protect against health and safety hazards.

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Hot work is any process that can be a source of ignition when flammable or combustible material is near. Common hot work processes are welding, grinding, cutting, and brazing. Devastating fires can develop from the “quick” job if done in a prohibited or unprepared hot work area. Before starting hot work, consider: Can it be moved to a fire safe area? Can combustibles and flammables be moved at least 35 feet away or be protected by fireproof shields or blankets? Is a fire watch needed? If needed, maintain a fire watch for at least 30 minutes after work is complete.

Mark Stromme

Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Fire Safety

Train

Identify

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s fire safety training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Fire Hazard

Fire Extinguisher Reminder

Be aware of your surroundings

Use the fire extinguisher only if: You have been properly trained on the PASS technique The fire is in the incipient stage You have the right type of extinguisher

Housekeeping Reminder Check that aisles and exits are free of clutter and other fire hazards, and that fire alarms and fire extinguishers are accessible Keep work areas free of dust and scraps, and machines and tools clean and in good working order

Electrical Fire Hazard Check a cord before using it, including:

Discard trash quickly and dispose of rags wet with flammable liquids in approved containers

Verifying the integrity of the insulation and prongs Ensuring the cord has the proper gauge and length

Follow your facility’s procedures for disposing of flammable liquids Report any chemical spills immediately

Avoid extension cords when possible and don’t overload circuits

No Smoking Reminder Follow your company’s “no smoking” rules

Power down electrical equipment when not in use

Dispose of cigarettes in proper containers

Inspect wiring and appliances regularly

Do not smoke around flammable liquids, gases or other combustible materials

42332

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Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L.

CT-42332

CT-43821 Window Clings CT-43826 Floor Labels CT-43811 Magnets CT-43816 Tag CT-43806 Small Stickers CT-43831 Large Stickers

Housekeeping Reminder Reminds employees to check aisles and exits for clutter, to keep work areas clean, to discard trash, to dispose of flammable liquids properly, and to report chemical spills.

CT-43822 Window Clings CT-43827 Floor Labels CT-43812 Magnets CT-43817 Tag CT-43807 Small Stickers CT-43832 Large Stickers

No Smoking Reminder Reminds employees to follow your company’s “no smoking” rules, to dispose of cigarettes in proper containers, and to not smoke around flammable or combustible materials.

CT-43823 Window Clings CT-43828 Floor Labels CT-43813 Magnets CT-43818 Tag CT-43808 Small Stickers CT-43833 Large Stickers

Fire Extinguisher Reminder Reminds employees to check where the nearest fire alarm and extinguisher are, and to use the extinguisher only if properly trained.

CT-43824 Window Clings CT-43829 Floor Labels CT-43814 Magnets CT-43819 Tag CT-43809 Small Stickers CT-43834 Large Stickers

Electrical Fire Hazard Reminder Reminds employees to check cords before using them, to avoid extension cords when possible, to power down electrical equipment, and to inspect wiring and appliances regularly.

CT-43825 Window Clings CT-43830 Floor Labels CT-43815 Magnets CT-43820 Tag CT-43810 Small Stickers CT-43835 Large Stickers

ISBN 978-1-61099-974-8

Fire Safety Poster

Product Code

Fire Hazard Reminder Reminds employees to be aware of their surroundings and to remove potential fire hazards or report them.

Check where the nearest fire alarm and extinguisher are located

Remove potential fire hazards or report them to your supervisor

42332

EyeCue® Tags

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

Price Per Pack

The EyeCue® Visual Learning System uses a 3-step process: TRAIN

Deliver our training enhanced with attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

1

IDENTIFY

Place the corresponding EyeCue® tags in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

2

Product

25–49

10–24

1–9

Window Clings — 4" x 5" (5-pack)

$16.24

$17.09

$17.99

Floor Labels — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$36.09

$37.99

$39.99

Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

$21.84

$22.99

Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Small Stickers — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Large Stickers — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$18.04

$18.99

$19.99

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FIRE PREVENTION & RESPONSE: WHAT EMPLOYEES NEED TO KNOW • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910 Sections 38, 39 and 157 • Trains your employees on how to spot and eliminate fire hazards, how to respond to a fire, and the basics of fire extinguisher use, including demonstrations • E xplains the characteristics of fire so employees understand how to prevent fires from occurring • Demonstrates fire prevention methods such as proper housekeeping and chemical safety • Teaches proper evacuation procedures

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48654 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-43215 CT-49294 SPANISH

Online Training

CT-43994

$85 ea. 25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

CT-50067

Video Training Book

$494

Additional Training Components Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 25-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 5-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  1 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

CT-40997 CT-40996 SPANISH

• 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) •1  EyeCue® Tag Pack: •S  et of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) •2  EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page. BONUS VIDEOS • Fire Extinguisher Essentials (9 minutes) • Fire Extinguisher Demonstrations (8 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48654.

Help your employees keep their cool during a fire emergency.

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Fire Extinguisher Use

Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.157 requirements for portable fire extinguishers. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Identify the different classes of fires and determine when to use each type of fire extinguisher • List all parts of a fire extinguisher • Identify precautions that must be taken before using a fire extinguisher • Demonstrate how to extinguish a fire using the PASS technique Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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CT-41007 CT-51847 SPANISH

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Forklift Safety

Train

Identify

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s forklift safety training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Intersection

Inspection Checklist

Forklift Inspection Checklist Reminder Reminds employees to conduct daily inspections and to complete the checklist provided by their employers.

CT-43474 Window Clings CT-43511 Floor Labels CT-43387 Magnets CT-43438 Tag CT-43300 Small Stickers CT-43555 Large Stickers

Forklift Intersection Hazard Reminder Reminds operators to slow down, to look in the direction of travel, to use their mirrors, and to sound their horns. Reminds pedestrians to approach intersections with caution and to listen for oncoming forklifts.

CT-43471 Window Clings CT-43508 Floor Labels CT-43384 Magnets CT-43434 Tag CT-43297 Small Stickers CT-43552 Large Stickers

Forklift Operating Safely On Loading Dock Reminder Reminds employees to keep a safe distance from the edge of dock platforms, to confirm the trailer is secure, the dockplate is stable, and the floor of the trailer will support the weight of the forklift and load.

CT-43476 Window Clings CT-43517 Floor Labels CT-43389 Magnets CT-43440 Tag CT-43302 Small Stickers CT-43557 Large Stickers

Forklift Tip-Over Hazard Reminder Reminds employees to avoid turning on a ramp or incline, to watch for sloping floors, and to avoid uneven surfaces.

CT-43472 Window Clings CT-43509 Floor Labels CT-43385 Magnets CT-43435 Tag CT-43298 Small Stickers CT-43553 Large Stickers

Forklift Stability Triangle Reminder Reminds employees to be aware of load capacity, weight, and dimensions, as well as to maintain a safe combined center of gravity.

CT-43473 Window Clings CT-43510 Floor Labels CT-43386 Magnets CT-43436 Tag CT-43299 Small Stickers CT-43554 Large Stickers

Conduct formal, daily inspections to ensure equipment is safe to use

If you’re operating a forklift: Slow down

Complete the checklist your employer provides (if applicable)

Look in the direction of travel Use convex mirrors Sound your horn If you’re a pedestrian: Approach intersections cautiously

Operating Safely In & Around a Loading Dock

Listen for oncoming forklifts

Keep safe distance from the edge of dock platforms

Tip Over

Confirm trailer is: Secured Well-lit Free of debris Of adequate overhead clearance

Avoid turning on a ramp or incline Watch for sloping floors Avoid uneven surfaces

Confirm the dockplate and the truck, trailer or railcar are stable and properly secured

Stability Triangle

Check that the floor of the truck, trailer or railcar will support the combined weight of the forklift, load and you

Beware of load capacity, weight and dimensions Maintain a safe combined center of gravity Avoid exceeding manufacturer’s suggested capacity

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EyeCue® Tags

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41499

Forklift Safety Poster

Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L. Product Code

Price

25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. CT-42806 SPANISH 1–9 $19.95 ea. CT-41499

Price Per Pack

The EyeCue® Visual Learning System uses a 3-step process: TRAIN

Deliver our training enhanced with attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

1

IDENTIFY

Place the corresponding EyeCue® tags in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

2

Product

25–49

10–24

1–9

Window Clings — 4" x 5" (5-pack)

$16.24

$17.09

$17.99

Floor Labels — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$36.09

$37.99

$39.99

Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

$21.84

$22.99

Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Small Stickers — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Large Stickers — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$18.04

$18.99

$19.99

Aggregate Price applies to all EyeCue® Reminder Components listed in this catalog. Example: Purchase 15 Window Cling packs for any program plus 10 Floor Label packs for any program, and use the 25-49 pack price break.

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COMPLIANT Forklift Operator Daily Checklist Visit JJKeller.com

REINFORCE Encourage employees to connect the tagged area with the J. J. Keller® training for immediate lesson reinforcement.

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FORKLIFT TRAINING • Helps you satisfy 29 CFR 1910.178(I) classroom and practical training requirements, and conduct evaluations • Useful for refresher training in the event of an incident or near-miss, poor evaluation, or changes in the workplace or type of forklift used • Covers various kinds of forklifts and their basic controls; center of gravity and stability triangle concepts; what to look for when performing a pre-use inspection; safe forklift operation (including picking up, traveling with, and placing a load); and how to park, charge, refuel, and perform maintenance or modifications on a forklift

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) CT-52465 ENGLISH/SPANISH

DVD Program

CT-52463 CT-52471 SPANISH CT-52459 CT-52487 SPANISH

Pay Per View Online Training

CT-52467 CT-52468 SPANISH

Tips for safe forklift operation 1. Stay alert. 2. Drive on the right side of aisles and roads. 3. Keep three vehicle lengths behind other vehicles. 4. Slow down and sound the horn at corners and blind intersections. 5. If you cannot see past the load, safely travel backwards. 6. Face the direction of travel. 7. Be careful when traveling from bright areas to dim areas, and vice-versa. 8. Be aware of overhead obstacles. 9. Watch for oil and grease spots. 10. Give pedestrians the right of way.

Tips for properly lifting a load 1. Lift only load weights that the forklift can safely handle. 2. Adjust the forks and attachments to fit the load. 3. Secure highway vehicles when loading/unloading. 4. Place the heaviest part of the load closest to the backrest. 5. Slide the forks all the way into the pallet. 6. Support and center the load so that it will not slide forward or sideways. 7. Secure unstable loads before lifting.

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Tips for properly carrying a load 1. Do not attempt to move unstable loads or loads on broken pallets. 2. Tilt the mast back to stabilize the load before moving. 3. Travel with the load lowered as far as possible. 4. Know the load limits of elevators. 5. Raise and lower the loads only when the forklift is stopped.

Daily inspections should include: • • • • • • • •

Brakes, steering, and tires Safety equipment Horns and alarms Hoses, belts, and cables Indicator lights Mast and forks Gauges and controls Leak detection

Periodic inspections should include: • All items recommended by the truck’s manufacturer • Bolts, nuts, pins, and welds • Wear, deformation, or other damage to forks • Proper function of the lift, tilt, and reach mechanisms • Hoses, belts, and cables • Covers and floor pans • Lift chains • Forks

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10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component

• 28-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Message to Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more •1  1 Employee Handbooks. (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right.  0 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) •2 • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Forklift Operator Evaluation Form • 1 Forklift Operator’s Daily Checklist (Bilingual) • 2 Certificates of Training - Classroom (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 Certificates of Training - Operational (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) •1  EyeCue® Tag Pack: •S  et of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

800–327–6868

80 points ea.

Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

BONUS VIDEOS • Forklift Training: Specialized Units & Attachments (8 minutes) • Forklift Training: Non-Operator Safety (7 minutes) • Forklift Training: Refresher (14 minutes)

$100 ea.

CT-52457 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Video Training Book

$494

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10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Forklift Safety Instructional Chart

Contains important forklift safety information and procedures your employees need to know. • Poster outlines forklift safety procedures to help comply with OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.178 • Covers safe forklift operation, properly lifting a load, properly carrying a load, daily inspections, and periodic inspections Description 26" W x 20" L Laminated

Product Code CT-40341

Price (ea.)

10–24 $24.00 5–9 $26.95 1–4 $29.95

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FORKLIFTS: ULTIMATE HAZARD PERCEPTION CHALLENGE® • Takes our Hazard Perception Challenge® approach to forklift training to the next level with scenarios that are fasterpaced, more challenging, and more demanding of active participation • Puts trainees up against real-life scenarios and challenges them to identify hazards quickly and correctly • Covers situations that cause forklift operators the most trouble and can cause the most damage, such as backing in tight areas; traveling on ramps; dealing with pedestrians and co-workers; and keeping the forklift and load stable

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-28124

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41369

$85

Online Training

CT-47322 Basic CT-47323 Intermediate CT-47321 Advanced

20 points ea.

Additional Training Component Quick Reference Card

DVD program includes:

• 50-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 5-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Video Scenario Answer Forms • 1 Trainer Tools CD (with training exercises and learning activities) • 10 Forklift Operator Quick Reference Cards

CT-28156

25–49 $1.15 ea. 10–24 $1.25 ea. 5–9 $1.75 ea.

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-28124.

Material Handling Safety This course is designed to help employees recognize the potential hazards related with lifting, moving, stacking, and storing materials and determine how to minimize the dangers associated with materials handling. After completing the course, employees should be able to: • Recognize the hazards associated with improper, inadequate, or unsafe handling of materials • A pply proper techniques when lifting or moving materials manually or with the help of mechanical equipment • Understand the safest ways to stack and store materials • Keep work areas safer with various housekeeping techniques Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48459 CT-51846 SPANISH

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25 points ea.

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MOTORIZED PALLET JACKS: SAFE OPERATION • Focuses on the specific training requirements of operators who use “walkie” and “walkie-rider” model motorized pallet jacks • Addresses the safe operating procedures of pallet jacks • Walks operators through an entire workday — including the potential dangers they’ll face along the way • Helps operators avoid the most commonly reported pallet jack incidents such as getting crushed between the unit and a fixed object, or being struck by the pallet jack due to improper use

DVD program includes:

• 20-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Operator Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster • 1 Trainer Tools CD

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38327

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41361

$85

Online Training

CT-38762 CT-56155 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Operator Handbook

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

CT-38925

BONUS VIDEO • Review: Safe Operating Procedures (7 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38327.

OSHA’s Powered Industrial Trucks Standard (1910.178(l)) applies to powered pallet jacks.

DID YOU KNOW?

Commonly reported severe injuries/incidents involving motorized pallet jacks include: • Workers suffering broken bones or severed toes after being run over by a pallet jack • Workers having their feet crushed by the weight of a lowered pallet

Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation

“Excellent training tool ...”

Excellent training tool for those new at using electric pallet jack equipment. Also a good tool for an always needed refresher course for those that are experienced. DavidS12 | Safety Professional | Charlotte, NC

ONLINE REVIEW

IDENTIFIED

• Operators suffering broken bones or severed fingers from being crushed between the operating handle of the pallet jack and a storage rack

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• Operators injured or killed by an overturned pallet jack that was being driven too fast or that took a turn too sharply

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• Workers being injured or killed by loads falling from pallet jacks that were not properly secured or from loads that tipped because the pallet jack was being driven too fast

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Scissor Lifts For General Industry • Covers the different types of hazards related to scissor lifts • E xplains preventive measures employees can take to stay safe when operating or working near a scissor lift Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51198

25 points

Aerial Lifts For General Industry • E xplains the primary intended use of aerial lifts and identifies different types used on the job • Discusses training and re-training requirements for employees who use aerial lifts • Outlines types of hazards associated with aerial lifts • E xplains safe work practices related to inspection, operation, and maintenance of an aerial lift Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51816

25 points

Crane Safety For General Industry The safe use of cranes depends on several factors, including operator training, proper maintenance and inspections, as well as diligence to safe work practices. This course will familiarize employees with hazards related to cranes and provide best practices to ensure safety while operating or working near one. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51818

25 points

Compressed Gas Cylinders • Identifies different parts of a compressed gas cylinder and any attachments including labels, regulators, gauges and valves • Covers the different types of gases used in compressed gas cylinders • E xplains how to handle and use compressed gas cylinders safely, including inspection, transportation, storage and maintenance • Lists special situations that require additional precautions when working Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51034

25 points

Have construction

WORKERS

Scissor Lifts and Aerial Lifts For Construction See page 60.

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IDENTIFY & REDUCE WORKPLACE RISKS WITH ONSITE CONSULTING ...

Some of the greatest liabilities facing your company are the compliance gaps you don’t know exist. But with our OSHA Compliance Program, you’ll have a dedicated Consultant come onsite to identify your risk areas and deliver continued oversight and training. Plus, you’ll receive a suite of J. J. Keller® resources to help you manage risk more effectively.

SELECTION OF SERVICES: • Safety Compliance Program • Mock Assessments & Inspections • Safety Policy & Procedure Review & Development

We count on J. J. Keller not only to implement policies and procedures, but really to drive the safety and environmental culture. David Olson, Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Fastenal

• Curriculum Development & Training • Expert Witness Testimony & Litigation Support • Hazardous Materials Classification & Transportation Support • Compliance Expert Phone Advisory Support • Environmental Permits & Reporting • Industrial Hygiene Services

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Lockout/Tagout

Train

Identify

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s lockout/tagout training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Lockout

Group Lockout

Be aware that a nearby piece of equipment may be locked for servicing

Do not use group-locked equipment

If you are the authorized employee who locked out the equipment:

If you are one of the authorized employees who locked out the equipment:

Ensure that all maintenance work has been completed before removing your lock

Ensure that your maintenance work has been completed before removing your lock

Tagout

Refer to the equipment’s lockout/tagout procedures for instructions on how to verify that the equipment is safe to work on

If you are the authorized employee who tagged out the equipment: Ensure that all maintenance work has been completed before removing your tag

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CT-43480 Window Clings CT-43520 Floor Labels CT-43392 Magnets CT-43443 Tag CT-43305 Small Stickers CT-43569 Large Stickers

Inspection Reminder Reminds employees to inspect the equipment before starting repairs and to refer to the lockout/tagout procedures for instructions on how to verify the equipment is safe to work on.

CT-43481 Window Clings CT-43521 Floor Labels CT-43393 Magnets CT-43444 Tag CT-43306 Small Stickers CT-43570 Large Stickers

Lockout Reminder Reminds employees to be aware that a nearby piece of equipment may be locked for servicing, and to not use it unless they are the ones who locked it out and can ensure work is completed.

CT-43477 Window Clings CT-43518 Floor Labels CT-43390 Magnets CT-43441 Tag CT-43303 Small Stickers CT-43558 Large Stickers

ISBN 978-1-61099-827-7

Lockout/Tagout Poster

Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L.

CT-42277

Group Lockout Reminder Reminds employees to be aware that a nearby piece of equipment may be locked for servicing, and to not use it unless they are the ones who locked it out and can ensure work is completed.

Inspect the equipment before starting repairs

Do not use tagged-out equipment

Product Code

CT-43479 Window Clings CT-43519 Floor Labels CT-43391 Magnets CT-43442 Tag CT-43304 Small Stickers CT-43568 Large Stickers

Inspection

Be aware that a nearby piece of equipment may be tagged for servicing

42741

Tagout Reminder Reminds employees to be aware that a nearby piece of equipment may be tagged and to not use it unless they are the ones who tagged the equipment and can ensure work is completed.

Be aware that a nearby piece of equipment may be locked for servicing

Do not use locked-out equipment

42741

EyeCue® Tags

Price Per Pack

Price

Product

25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

The EyeCue® Visual Learning System uses a 3-step process: TRAIN

Deliver our training enhanced with attention-grabbing EyeCue® icons shown at key points throughout the program.

1

IDENTIFY

Place the corresponding EyeCue® tags in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

2

25–49

10–24

1–9

Window Clings — 4" x 5" (5-pack)

$16.24

$17.09

$17.99

Floor Labels — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$36.09

$37.99

$39.99

Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$20.75

$21.84

$22.99

Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Small Stickers — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

$14.24

$14.99

Large Stickers — 8" x 9" (5-pack)

$18.04

$18.99

$19.99

Are employees

Aggregate Price applies to all EyeCue® Reminder Components listed in this catalog. Example: Purchase 15 Window Cling packs for any program plus 10 Floor Label packs for any program, and use the 25-49 pack price break.

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COMPLIANT

LOTO Tags & Supplies Support a safe and compliant energy control program with proper lockout/tagout devices. Visit JJKeller.com/LOTO

REINFORCE Encourage employees to connect the tagged area with the J. J. Keller® training for immediate lesson reinforcement.

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: PUT A LOCK ON HAZARDOUS ENERGY • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(7) requirements (OSHA’s #4 cited standard*) • Demonstrates a lockout/tagout process from beginning to end and explains why each step is important to employee safety • Covers the 3 types of employees and their roles and responsibilities; types of hazardous energy; OSHA’s definition of lockout and tagout, and when each is used; energy isolating devices; and OSHA’s requirements for both locks and tags

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48655 ENGLISH/SPANISH

$494 ea.

Pay Per View

CT-41843 CT-49284 SPANISH

$85 ea.

Online Training

CT-41836

25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

CT-48683

Video Training Book

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 30-Minute Closed-Captioned Video •4  -Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  0 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) •1  EyeCue® Tag Pack: •S  et of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace •2  EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish)  EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) •2 Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

Lockout/Tagout Instructional Chart

Lockout/Tagout is the process of applying a lock or a tag to:

This chart reminds employees of important lockout/ tagout safety procedures. Description

BONUS VIDEOS • Group Lockout (2 minutes) • Minor Servicing Exception (2 minutes) • Line Breaking Procedure (2 minutes) • Vehicle Lockout/Tagout (2 minutes)

26" W x 20" L Laminated

Product Code CT-40340

• Block the flow of energy from a power source to a piece of equipment; and prevent unexpected startup of the equipment during repairs, service, and maintenance. Be aware of these energy sources:

Price (ea.)

• Mechanical

• Fluid and gas

• Thermal

• Gravity

• Pneumatic

• Electrical

• Hydraulic

• Water under pressure

Six steps for safe lockout/tagout Step 1. Prepare for shutdown by knowing the type and amount of energy, its hazards, and how to control it.

10–24 $24.00 5–9 $26.95 1–4 $29.95

Four steps for safe release from lockout/tagout Step 1. Inspect machines and equipment for nonessential items and replace machine guards. Step 2. Conduct a headcount and safely position employees away from the area. Step 3. Remove the lockout/tagout device. Step 4. Notify affected personnel that lockout/tagout was removed.

Step 2. Follow normal procedures for machine and equipment shutdown. Step 3. Turn off the energy at the main power sources. Step 4. Lock out or tag out all energy sources involved. Step 5. Release stored energy. Step 6. Verify the isolation by attempting to restart the machine, reading gauges, or using test equipment. Return operating controls to the off position.

40340

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40340

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Helps employees understand the who, what, where, why and how of lockout/tagout. *Based on preliminary data from October 1, 2018 to August 15, 2019.

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

CT-40345 CT-40489 SPANISH

Machine Guarding

This course helps employees understand the hazards and potential injuries associated with operating machinery. It explains how they can protect themselves by using safeguards and following proper operating instructions. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

800–327–6868

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CT-48875

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Personal Protective Equipment

Train

Identify

EyeCue® Tags

Reinforce

When you see these tags in your workplace, remember the related safety lessons featured in J. J. Keller’s personal protective equipment training programs so you can protect yourself and your coworkers.

Eye Protection

Hand Protection

Check for proper fit Tightly behind the ears Comfortably on the bridge of the nose

CT-43464 Window Clings CT-43501 Floor Labels CT-43377 Magnets CT-43423 Tag CT-43290 Small Stickers CT-43541 Large Stickers

Hand Protection Reminder Reminds employees to check gloves for proper fit, to make sure they’re clean and dry, and to replace them if they’re worn or damaged.

CT-43463 Window Clings CT-43500 Floor Labels CT-43376 Magnets CT-43422 Tag CT-43289 Small Stickers CT-43540 Large Stickers

Inspection Reminder Reminds employees to check the PPE to make sure it’s safe to use.

CT-43475 Window Clings CT-43516 Floor Labels CT-43388 Magnets CT-43439 Tag CT-43301 Small Stickers CT-43556 Large Stickers

Head Protection Reminder Reminds employees to check hard hats for proper fit, to inspect them for cracks or other damage, and to replace them if damaged.

CT-43460 Window Clings CT-43497 Floor Labels CT-43373 Magnets CT-43418 Tag CT-43285 Small Stickers CT-43537 Large Stickers

Hearing Protection Reminder Reminds employees to check that ear protection is comfortable, snug-fitting, and clean, and to replace it if damaged.

CT-43462 Window Clings CT-43499 Floor Labels CT-43375 Magnets CT-43421 Tag CT-43288 Small Stickers CT-43539 Large Stickers

Eye Protection Reminder Reminds employees to check eye protection for proper fit, inspect it for damage, and to replace it if damaged.

CT-43461 Window Clings CT-43498 Floor Labels CT-43374 Magnets CT-43420 Tag CT-43287 Small Stickers CT-43538 Large Stickers

Respiratory Protection Reminder Reminds employees to check respiratory protection for proper fit, to inspect it for damage, and to replace it if it could fail.

CT-43465 Window Clings CT-43502 Floor Labels CT-43378 Magnets CT-43424 Tag CT-43291 Small Stickers CT-43542 Large Stickers

Check for proper fit Clean and dry Appropriate for the job Replace worn or damaged gloves

Inspect regularly for damage Replace if damaged or doesn’t fit properly

Respiratory Protection Check for proper fit Good seal on the face Appropriate for the job

Head Protection Check for proper fit Headband is snug Clearance between suspension system and outer shell

Inspect it for damage or signs of excessive wear Replace it immediately if it could fail

Inspect for cracks or other damage

Foot Protection

Replace if damaged or doesn’t fit properly

Check for proper fit Clean and dry Appropriate for the job

Hearing Protection

Replace if you notice excessive wear or damage

Check that it’s: Comfortable Inserted correctly Snug-fitting Clean

Inspection Inspect the PPE to ensure it’s safe to use

Replace if damaged or doesn’t fit properly

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Foot Protection Reminder Reminds employees to check footwear for proper fit, to make sure it’s clean and dry, and to replace it if it’s worn or damaged.

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ISBN 978-1-61099-697-6

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Personal Protective Equipment Poster Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L. Product Code CT-41497

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

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Magnets 3" x 4" (10-pack)

Place the corresponding EyeCue® tags in your workplace where employee identification of the related training lesson is critical.

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Tags — 3" x 4" (10-pack)

$13.53

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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: EMPLOYEE ESSENTIALS • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.132(f) requirements • E xplains how to recognize the hazards each piece of PPE is designed to protect against, so employees have the knowledge they need to always wear the right PPE • Discusses the importance of proper donning, doffing, adjusting, wearing and caring of PPE. Not only does this training help protect employees when on the job, it also helps employers meet OSHA’s PPE training requirements • Covers head, eye and face, hearing, respiratory, hand and foot protection

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 30-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 5-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11  Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) •1  EyeCue® Tag Pack: •S  et of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) •2  EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

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Show employees how to protect themselves against on-the-job hazards through proper use of PPE.

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48656 ENGLISH/SPANISH

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Additional Training Components Employee Handbook

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Hand & Foot Protection: PPE Employee Essentials

Employee Safety Training Advisor Newsletter With Poster Program

Use this course to help comply with 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I (1910.132, 1910.136, and 1910.138) requirements. The course covers:

• What PPE is • O ther controls • Who is responsible • The importance of fit • Hand protection

Loaded with valuable tools for busy safety trainers including the latest regulatory topics, quick safety tips, and specific requirements for hot training topics. You’ll also get exclusive online access, an “ask an expert” link, a newsletter archive, and a monthly editor’s message. 1 year (12 issues).

•G  love types and use •E  rgonomics •F  oot protection •S  afety shoes and boots

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Head, Eye & Face Protection: PPE Employee Essentials

Reviews protective equipment for the head, eyes, and face, including: hard hats, safety glasses, safety goggles, face shields and welding goggles. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Hearing Protection: PPE Employee Essentials

Reviews hearing safety and conservation and how to prevent overexposure to loud sounds. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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• Receive a different full-color poster each month to help increase safety awareness • Covers critical safety and wellness topics, including air quality & PELs, forklift pedestrian safety, emergency response, personal safety, heat stress, ladder safety, HAZWOPER, walking/working surfaces, how to store & handle flammable & combustible liquids • 17" W x 22" L, folded to 8½" W x 11" L for shipping • Also available as part of the Employee Safety Training Advisor (see above) • 1 year (12 posters)

3- and 5-year subscriptions also available. EMPLOYEE AWARENESS

Hearing Conservation Occupational Noise Exposure 29 CFR 1910.95 1910.95(a) Protection against the effects of noise exposure shall be provided when the sound levels exceed those shown in Table G-16 when measured on the A scale of a standard sound level meter at slow response. When noise levels are determined by octave band analysis, the equivalent A-weighted sound level may be determined as follows:

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employees may be rendered inadequate to meet the requirements of paragraph (j) of this section.

1910.95(e) Employee notification. The employer shall notify each employee exposed at or above an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels of the results of the monitoring.

1910.95(f) Observation of monitoring.

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Equivalent sound level contours. Octave band sound pressure levels may be converted to the equivalent A-weighted sound level by plotting them on this graph and noting the A-weighted sound level corresponding to the point of highest penetration into the sound level contours. This equivalent A-weighted sound level, which may differ from the actual A-weighted sound level of the noise, is used to determine exposure limits from Table 1.G-16. 1910.95(b)(1) When employees are subjected to sound exceeding those listed in Table G-16, feasible administrative or engineering controls shall be utilized. If such controls fail to reduce sound levels within the levels of Table G-16, personal protective equipment shall be provided and used to reduce sound levels within the levels of the table. 1910.95(b)(2) If the variations in noise level involve maxima at intervals of 1 second or less, it is to be considered continuous.

Table G-16 - Permissible Noise Exposures (1) Duration per day, hours

Sound level dBA slow response

8 ...........................................................................90 6 ...........................................................................92 4 ...........................................................................95 3 ...........................................................................97 2 ........................................................................ 100 1-1/2 ................................................................ 102 1 ........................................................................ 105 1/2 .................................................................... 110 1/4 or less ..................................................... 115 Footnote (1) When the daily noise exposure is composed of two or more periods of noise exposure of different levels, their combined effect should be considered, rather than the individual effect of each. If the sum of the following fractions: C(1)/T(1) + C(2)/T(2) C(n)/T(n) exceeds unity, then, the mixed exposure should be considered to exceed the limit value. Cn indicates the total time of exposure at a specified noise level, and Tn indicates the total time of exposure permitted at that level. Exposure to impulsive or impact noise should not exceed 140 dB peak sound pressure level.

1910.95(c) Hearing conservation program. (1) The employer shall administer a continuing, effective hearing conservation program, as described in paragraphs (c) through (o) of this section, whenever employee noise exposures equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average sound level (TWA) of 85 decibels measured on the A scale (slow response) or, equivalently, a dose of fifty percent. For purposes of the hearing conservation program, employee noise exposures shall be computed in accordance with appendix A and Table G-16a, and without regard to any attenuation provided by the use of personal protective equipment. (2) For purposes of paragraphs (c) through (n) of this section, an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels or a dose of fifty percent shall also be referred to as the action level.

1910.95(d) Monitoring. (1) When information indicates that any employee’s exposure may equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels, the employer shall develop and implement a monitoring program. (i) The sampling strategy shall be designed to identify employees for inclusion in the hearing conservation program and to enable the proper selection of hearing protectors. (ii) Where circumstances such as high worker mobility, significant variations in sound level, or a significant component of impulse noise make area monitoring generally inappropriate, the employer shall use representative personal sampling to comply with the monitoring requirements of this paragraph unless the employer can show that area sampling produces equivalent results. (2) (i) All continuous, intermittent, and impulsive sound levels from 80 decibels to 130 decibels shall be integrated into the noise measurements. (ii) Instruments used to measure employee noise exposure shall be calibrated to ensure measurement accuracy. (3) Monitoring shall be repeated whenever a change in production, process, equipment, or controls increases noise exposures to the extent that: (i) Additional employees may be exposed at or above the action level; or (ii) The attenuation provided by hearing protectors being used by

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1910.95(g) Audiometric testing program. (1) The employer shall establish and maintain an audiometric testing program as provided in this paragraph by making audiometric testing available to all employees whose exposures equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels. (2) The program shall be provided at no cost to employees. (3) Audiometric tests shall be performed by a licensed or certified audiologist, otolaryngologist, or other physician, or by a technician who is certified by the Council of Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation, or who has satisfactorily demonstrated competence in administering audiometric examinations, obtaining valid audiograms, and properly using, maintaining, and checking calibration and proper functioning of the audiometers being used. A technician who operates microprocessor audiometers does not need to be certified. A technician who performs audiometric tests must be responsible to an audiologist, otolaryngologist, or physician. (4) All audiograms obtained pursuant to this section shall meet the requirements of Appendix C: “Audiometric Measuring Instruments.” (5) Baseline audiogram. (i) Within 6 months of an employee’s first exposure at or above the action level, the employer shall establish a valid baseline audiogram against which subsequent audiograms can be compared. (ii) Mobile test van exception. Where mobile test vans are used to meet the audiometric testing obligation, the employer shall obtain a valid baseline audiogram within 1 year of an employee’s first exposure at or above the action level. Where baseline audiograms are obtained more than 6 months after the employee’s first exposure at or above the action level, employees shall wear hearing protectors for any period exceeding six months after first exposure until the baseline audiogram is obtained. (iii) Testing to establish a baseline audiogram shall be preceded by at least 14 hours without exposure to workplace noise. Hearing protectors may be used as a substitute for the requirement that baseline audiograms be preceded by 14 hours without exposure to workplace noise. (iv) The employer shall notify employees of the need to avoid high levels of non-occupational noise exposure during the 14-hour period immediately preceding the audiometric examination. (6) Annual audiogram. At least annually after obtaining the baseline audiogram, the employer shall obtain a new audiogram for each employee exposed at or above an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels. (7) Evaluation of audiogram. (i) Each employee’s annual audiogram shall be compared to that employee’s baseline audiogram to determine if the audiogram is valid and if a standard threshold shift as defined in paragraph (g)(10) of this section has occurred. This comparison may be done by a technician. (ii) If the annual audiogram shows that an employee has suffered a standard threshold shift, the employer may obtain a retest within 30 days and consider the results of the retest as the annual audiogram. (iii) The audiologist, otolaryngologist, or physician shall review problem audiograms and shall determine whether there is a need for further evaluation. The employer shall provide to the person performing this evaluation the following information: (A) A copy of the requirements for hearing conservation as set forth in paragraphs (c) through (n) of this section; (B) The baseline audiogram and most recent audiogram of the employee to be evaluated; (C) Measurements of background sound pressure levels in the audiometric test room as required in Appendix D: “Audiometric Test Rooms.” (D) Records of audiometer calibrations required by paragraph (h)(5) of this section. (8) Follow-up procedures. (i) If a comparison of the annual audiogram to the baseline audiogram indicates a standard threshold shift as defined in paragraph (g)(10) of this section has occurred, the employee shall be informed of this fact in writing, within 21 days of the determination. (ii) Unless a physician determines that the standard threshold shift is not work related or aggravated by occupational noise exposure, the employer shall ensure that the following steps are taken when a standard threshold shift occurs: (A) Employees not using hearing protectors shall be fitted with hearing protectors, trained in their use and care, and required to use them.

(D) The employee is informed of the need for an otological examination if a medical pathology of the ear that is unrelated to the use of hearing protectors is suspected. (iii) If subsequent audiometric testing of an employee whose exposure to noise is less than an 8-hour TWA of 90 decibels indicates that a standard threshold shift is not persistent, the employer: (A) Shall inform the employee of the new audiometric interpretation; and (B) May discontinue the required use of hearing protectors for that employee.

(3) For employees who have experienced a standard threshold shift, hearing protectors must attenuate employee exposure to an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels or below. (4) The adequacy of hearing protector attenuation shall be reevaluated whenever employee noise exposures increase to the extent that the hearing protectors provided may no longer provide adequate attenuation. The employer shall provide more effective hearing protectors where necessary.

1910.95(k) Training program. (1) The employer shall train each employee who is exposed to noise at or above an 8-hour time weighted average of 85 decibels in accordance with the requirements of this section. The employer shall institute a training program and ensure employee participation in the program.

(i) The standard threshold shift revealed by the audiogram is persistent; or (ii) The hearing threshold shown in the annual audiogram indicates significant improvement over the baseline audiogram. (10) Standard threshold shift. (i) As used in this section, a standard threshold shift is a change in hearing threshold relative to the baseline audiogram of an average of 10 dB or more at 2000, 3000, and 4000 Hz in either ear. (ii) In determining whether a standard threshold shift has occurred, allowance may be made for the contribution of aging (presbycusis) to the change in hearing level by correcting the annual audiogram according to the procedure described in Appendix F: “Calculation and Application of Age Correction to Audiograms.”

1910.95(h) Audiometric test requirements. (1) Audiometric tests shall be pure tone, air conduction, hearing threshold examinations, with test frequencies including as a minimum 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, and 6000 Hz. Tests at each frequency shall be taken separately for each ear. (2) Audiometric tests shall be conducted with audiometers (including microprocessor audiometers) that meet the specifications of, and are maintained and used in accordance with, American National Standard Specification for Audiometers, S3.6-1969, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6. (3) Pulsed-tone and self-recording audiometers, if used, shall meet the requirements specified in Appendix C: “Audiometric Measuring Instruments.” (4) Audiometric examinations shall be administered in a room meeting the requirements listed in Appendix D: “Audiometric Test Rooms.” (5) Audiometer calibration. (i) The functional operation of the audiometer shall be checked before each day’s use by testing a person with known, stable hearing thresholds, and by listening to the audiometer’s output to make sure that the output is free from distorted or unwanted sounds. Deviations of 10 decibels or greater require an acoustic calibration. (ii) Audiometer calibration shall be checked acoustically at least annually in accordance with Appendix E: “Acoustic Calibration of Audiometers.” Test frequencies below 500 Hz and above 6000 Hz may be omitted from this check. Deviations of 15 decibels or greater require an exhaustive calibration. (iii) An exhaustive calibration shall be performed at least every two years in accordance with sections 4.1.2; 4.1.3.; 4.1.4.3; 4.2; 4.4.1; 4.4.2; 4.4.3; and 4.5 of the American National Standard Specification for Audiometers, S3.6-1969. Test frequencies below 500 Hz and above 6000 Hz may be omitted from this calibration.

(2) The training program shall be repeated annually for each employee included in the hearing conservation program. Information provided in the training program shall be updated to be consistent with changes in protective equipment and work processes. (3) The employer shall ensure that each employee is informed of the following: (i) The effects of noise on hearing; (ii) The purpose of hearing protectors, the advantages, disadvantages, and attenuation of various types, and instructions on selection, fitting, use, and care; and (iii) The purpose of audiometric testing, and an explanation of the test procedures.

1910.95(l) Access to information and training materials. (1) The employer shall make available to affected employees or their representatives copies of this standard and shall also post a copy in the workplace. (2) The employer shall provide to affected employees any informational materials pertaining to the standard that are supplied to the employer by the Assistant Secretary. (3) The employer shall provide, upon request, all materials related to the employer’s training and education program pertaining to this standard to the Assistant Secretary and the Director.

1910.95(m) Recordkeeping. (1) Exposure measurements. The employer shall maintain an accurate record of all employee exposure measurements required by paragraph (d) of this section. (2) Audiometric tests. (i) The employer shall retain all employee audiometric test records obtained pursuant to paragraph (g) of this section: (ii) This record shall include: (A) Name and job classification of the employee; (B) Date of the audiogram; (C) The examiner’s name; (D) Date of the last acoustic or exhaustive calibration of the audiometer; and (E) Employee’s most recent noise exposure assessment. (F) The employer shall maintain accurate records of the measurements of the background sound pressure levels in audiometric test rooms.

1910.95(i) Hearing protectors.

(3) Record retention.

(1) Employers shall make hearing protectors available to all employees exposed to an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels or greater at no cost to the employees. Hearing protectors shall be replaced as necessary.

The employer shall retain records required in this paragraph (m) for at least the following periods.

(2) Employers shall ensure that hearing protectors are worn: (i) By an employee who is required by paragraph (b)(1) of this section to wear personal protective equipment; and (ii) By any employee who is exposed to an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels or greater, and who: (A) Has not yet had a baseline audiogram established pursuant to paragraph (g)(5)(ii); or (B) Has experienced a standard threshold shift. (3) Employees shall be given the opportunity to select their hearing protectors from a variety of suitable hearing protectors provided by the employer. (4) The employer shall provide training in the use and care of all hearing protectors provided to employees. (5) The employer shall ensure proper initial fitting and supervise the correct use of all hearing protectors.

1910.95(j) Hearing protector attenuation. (1) The employer shall evaluate hearing protector attenuation for the specific noise environments in which the protector will be used. The employer shall use one of the evaluation methods described in Appendix B: “Methods for Estimating the Adequacy of Hearing Protection Attenuation.” (2) Hearing protectors must attenuate employee exposure at least to

(B) Employees already using hearing protectors shall be refitted and retrained in the use of hearing protectors and provided with hearing protectors offering greater attenuation if necessary. (C) The employee shall be referred for a clinical audiological evaluation or an otological examination, as appropriate, if additional testing is necessary or if the employer suspects that a medical pathology of the ear is caused or aggravated by the wearing of hearing protectors.

an 8-hour time-weighted average of 90 decibels as required by paragraph (b) of this section.

(9) Revised baseline. An annual audiogram may be substituted for the baseline audiogram when, in the judgment of the audiologist, otolaryngologist, or physician who is evaluating the audiogram:

OSHA Hearing Conservation Poster

Covers OSHA’s Occupational Noise Standard 29 CFR 1910.95 to advise employees on protection against the effects of noise exposure and the employer’s responsibilities for training and providing hearing protection. 20" W x 26" L, laminated.

(i) Noise exposure measurement records shall be retained for two years. (ii) Audiometric test records shall be retained for the duration of the affected employee’s employment. (4) Access to records. All records required by this section shall be provided upon request to employees, former employees, representatives designated by the individual employee, and the Assistant Secretary. The provisions of 29 CFR 1910.1020 (a)-(e) and (g)-(i) apply to access to records under this section. (5) Transfer of records. If the employer ceases to do business, the employer shall transfer to the successor employer all records required to be maintained by this section, and the successor employer shall retain them for the remainder of the period prescribed in paragraph (m)(3) of this section.

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1910.95(n) Appendices. (1) Appendices A, B, C, D, and E to this section are incorporated as part of this section and the contents of these appendices are mandatory. (2) Appendices F and G to this section are informational and are not intended to create any additional obligations not otherwise imposed or to detract from any existing obligations.

1910.95(o) Exemptions. Paragraphs (c) through (n) of this section shall not apply to employers engaged in oil and gas well drilling and servicing operations.

For more information, contact:

OSHA Occupational Health and Safety Administration U.S. Department of Labor www.osha.gov (800) 321-OSHA (6742) TTY (877) 889-5627

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OSHA Fact Sheet This poster is for informational purposes only. Some content is from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).

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Outlines personal protective equipment information to help comply with OSHA’s PPE Standard (29 CFR 1910.132-.138). 26" W x 20" L, laminated. Product Code CT-40337

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CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY EMPLOYERS After completing this program, employers will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards • Apply exposure control measures to protect their employees from the effects of crystalline silica dust • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Pay Per View Online Training

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REG ALERT OSHA’s crystalline silica requirements for general industry and shipyard employers took effect on June 23, 2018. Starting June 23, 2020, employers must offer medical surveillance to employees who are exposed at or above the action level (25 µg/m3) for 30 or more days per year. Hydraulic fracturing operations in the oil and gas industry must implement engineering controls to limit exposures to the PEL by June 23, 2021.

CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY EMPLOYEES After completing this program, employees will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards • Apply exposure control measures to protect themselves from the effects of crystalline silica dust • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Pay Per View Online Training

CT-52038 CT-56179 SPANISH CT-52039 CT-56100 SPANISH

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Respiratory Protection Poster Explains what each symbol represents. Use during training and then post in the workplace as a reminder. 20" W x 26" L. Product Code CT-42328

Price 25–49 $16.85 ea. 10–24 $18.15 ea. 1–9 $19.95 ea.

Cleaning Respirators Reminder Reminds employees to follow the approved cleaning process of clean, sanitize, rinse, dry, reassemble, and inspect.

CT-43485 Window Clings CT-43525 Floor Labels CT-43397 Magnets CT-43448 Tag CT-43311 Small Stickers CT-43574 Large Stickers

Fitting Respirators Reminder Reminds employees to undergo a formal fit test if the respirator has a tight-fitting facepiece and to check the respirator is properly sealed.

CT-43483 Window Clings CT-43523 Floor Labels CT-43395 Magnets CT-43446 Tag CT-43309 Small Stickers CT-43572 Large Stickers

Selecting Respirators Reminder Reminds employees to check that the respirator is appropriate for the job.

CT-43482 Window Clings CT-43522 Floor Labels CT-43394 Magnets CT-43445 Tag CT-43307 Small Stickers CT-43571 Large Stickers

Storing Respirators Reminder Reminds employees to store their respirators away from sunlight, dust, extreme temperatures, moisture, and damaging chemicals.

CT-43486 Window Clings CT-43526 Floor Labels CT-43398 Magnets CT-43449 Tag CT-43312 Small Stickers CT-43575 Large Stickers

Inspecting Respirators Reminder Reminds employees to check respirators’ valves, facepieces, straps, tubes, hoses, filters, and cartridges to ensure they are clean and operational.

CT-43484 Window Clings CT-43524 Floor Labels CT-43396 Magnets CT-43447 Tag CT-43310 Small Stickers CT-43573 Large Stickers

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• Helps you meet OSHA’s respiratory protection training requirements (29 CFR 1910.134) • Addresses respiratory hazards including oxygen-deficient atmospheres • Covers types of respirators, medical evaluations, fit testing, and respirator care and storage

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

• 20-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more •1  1 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English, 1 Spanish) • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English, 10 Spanish) •1  EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 1 EyeCue® Trainer Guide • 1 EyeCue® Poster Need more EyeCue® materials? See opposite page.

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RESPIRATORY PROTECTION Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

AVAILABLE LATE 2019

BONUS VIDEO  espiratory Protection: Cleaning Your Respirator •R (English/Spanish) (5 minutes)

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DVD Program

Pay Per View

Online Training Video Training Book

CT-45380 ENGLISH/SPANISH Main Program CT-45396 CT-45400 SPANISH

$494

$75 ea.

Cleaning Your Respirator CT-58827 CT-58829 SPANISH CT-43867 CT-50060 SPANISH

25 points ea.

CT-50085 ENGLISH/SPANISH

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-45374 CT-45375 SPANISH

25–49 $3.45 ea. 10–24 $3.95 ea. 5–9 $4.50 ea.

EDITOR TIP If you require the use of respiratory protection, including any type of dust mask, you need to follow all applicable requirements in the respiratory protection standard. This includes training employees in the proper use of the respirators, any limitation on their use, and how to maintain them. Training must recur at least annually, or more frequently as needed (e.g. if conditions change).

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HazCom: Introduction To Hazard Communication & GHS • Helps employees understand more about chemicals and the methods used to provide them with information about their hazards • Covers ways to stay safe through education on the Hazard Communication Standard Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-49762

25 points

HazCom: GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) This course is designed to help workers understand more about OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and how the Safety Data Sheet can help them stay safe when working with chemicals. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe how the Hazard Communication Standard keeps you safe from the dangers of hazardous chemicals • E xplain what information can be found in each section of a chemical’s Safety Data Sheet • Describe how Safety Data Sheets can help you work safely with chemicals Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-49763

15 points

HazCom: GHS Container Labels This course is designed to help employees understand more about OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and how understanding container labels can help you stay safe when working with chemicals. After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Describe how the Hazard Communication Standard keeps you safe from the dangers of hazardous chemicals • E xplain what information can be found on each chemical’s container label • Describe how container labels can help you work safety with chemicals Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-49764

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DID YOU KNOW?

Pictograms are an important component of the hazard communication tools in the HazCom Standard. A pictogram draws the attention of a label reader, and you and your workers should be aware that the appearance of a pictogram in a diamond frame means that a hazard of concern is present in the product. Some of the pictograms in the Standard have symbols that resemble the hazardous effect, and others are merely meant to attract attention.

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HAZCOM: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW • Provides required training on the Hazard Communication Standard and applicable GHS provisions • Helps you meet OSHA’s goal of giving employees the “right to understand” chemical hazards • Raises awareness of the dangers and costs of improperly handled chemicals • Covers OSHA’s physical and health hazard classifications, the chemical inventory, Safety Data Sheets, GHS-compliant labels, employee training requirements, the written program, and best practices for safely handling chemicals

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program Pay Per View Online Training Video Training Book

CT-19065 ENGLISH/SPANISH CT-41351 CT-41353 SPANISH CT-47324 CT-36654 SPANISH CT-36640 FRENCH CANADIAN CT-48689

$395 $85 ea. 30 points ea. 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 20-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 1 Instructor Guide • 5-Minute Note To Trainer Video •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more •2  Employee Handbooks (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right and below. • 1 GHS Pictograms Poster (Bilingual) • 20 GHS Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish)

Employee Handbook

CT-17846 CT-19299 SPANISH

10–24 $6.89 ea. 5–9 $6.99 ea. 1–4 $7.39 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS •C  ommentary (8 minutes) • What’s Wrong With This Picture? (9 minutes)

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HazCom Made Easier Employee Handbook

With this illustrated reference and training tool, you can provide your employees with critical information they need to work safely around hazardous chemicals. They’ll learn the who, what, when, where and how of hazard communication, as well as the background of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). Specific topics covered include: • Labeling — hazard categories, pictograms, hazard statements, precautionary statements, and supplier information • Safety Data Sheets — how to read the sheets so that they know how to handle, store, and dispose of a chemical; signs and symptoms of release and exposure; and first aid information Quizzes at the end of every chapter test employees’ understanding of the topic and a removable receipt page documents your training. 124 pages. 5¼" W x 8¼" L.

Explains employees’ roles and responsibilities under OSHA’s HazCom Standard with GHS. Description

Product Code

English

CT-17846

Spanish

CT-19299

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Back, Unfolded

Front, Unfolded

GHS Shipping Label Wallet Card

Front, Folded

GHS Wallet Card

Give each employee exposed to hazardous substances this handy 2-sided card that explains the pictograms and the GHS label. • Tent-style • 33 ⁄ 8" W x 4¼" L, overall size • Laminated • 33 ⁄ 8" W x 21 ⁄ 8" L, folded Description

Product Code

English

CT-41036

Spanish

CT-41106

Back, Unfolded

Give each employee/driver exposed to hazardous substances this handy two-sided card that explains the pictograms and the DOT label index. • Tri-fold style • 33 ⁄ 8" W x 6 3 ⁄ 8" L, overall size • Laminated • 33 ⁄ 8" W x 21 ⁄ 8" L, folded

Price (ea.)

Description

Product Code

English

CT-41032

Spanish

CT-41107

10–24 49¢ 5–9 59¢ 1–4 65¢

Price (ea.) 10–24 56¢ 5–9 66¢ 1–4 72¢

GHS Poster Kit

Consists of 6 full-color posters that help educate employees about key aspects of OSHA’s GHS requirements. Each laminated poster is also available separately (see below). All posters are 26" W x 20" L.

Poster Kits

Creating a GHS Label from a Safety Data Sheet

7 Elements of a GHS Shipping Label

6 Elements of a GHS Package Label

How to Read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

Description

Product Code

English

CT-41031

English/Spanish

CT-41108

Price (ea.) 10–24 $80.88 5–9 $87.12 1–4 $95.76

Individual Posters Description

English

English/Spanish

Creating a GHS Label from a Safety Data Sheet

CT-41030

CT-41104

7 Elements of a GHS Shipping Label

CT-41035

CT-41101

Globally Harmonized System Pictograms

CT-41027

CT-41102

6 Elements of a GHS Package Label

CT-41026

CT-41111

How to Read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

CT-41028

CT-41105

Translation Guide to GHS Labels

CT-41029

CT-41103

Price (ea.)

10–24 $16.85 5–9 $18.15 1–4 $19.95

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GHS Pictogram Labels

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HAZWOPER: EMERGENCY RESPONSE REFRESHER TRAINING NEW

NEW Awareness-Level Responders • A pplies to individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who have been trained to initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities • After initial training, first responders at the awareness level must receive annual refresher training or demonstrate competency at least annually, according to 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8) for general industry or 29 CFR 1926.65(q)(8) for construction

• Annual refresher training must be of “sufficient content and duration” to maintain a responder’s competencies

Individual Online Training Modules (see page 65 for information on points) Emergency Response Planning

CT-51605

Chemical Fundamentals

CT-51603

Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification

CT-51604

Complete Set of 3 Courses Listed Above

CT-56760

25 points ea.

75 points

• Employers must make a statement of the training or competency

NEW Operations-Level & Hazmat-Technician-Level Responders • A pplies to individuals who participate, or are expected to participate, in emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances • Operations-level responders work to contain the release from a safe distance, keep it from spreading, and prevent exposures

• Hazmat-technician-level responders approach the point of release to plug, patch, or otherwise stop the release • After initial training, emergency responders at the operations level and hazmat-technician level must receive annual refresher training or demonstrate competency at least annually, according to 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8) for general industry or 29 CFR 1926.65(q)(8) for construction

• Annual refresher training must be of “sufficient content and duration” to maintain a responder’s competencies • Employers must make a statement of the training or competency

Individual Online Training Modules (see page 65 for information on points) Emergency Response Planning

CT-51605

Chemical Fundamentals

CT-51603

Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification

CT-51604

Emergency & Post-Emergency Response Procedures

CT-51606

Medical Program

CT-51608

Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing

CT-51607

Exposure Monitoring & Sampling

CT-51609

Decontamination

CT-51610

Complete Set of 8 Courses Listed Above

CT-56761

25 points ea.

200 points

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HAZWOPER: INITIAL TRAINING Individual Online Training Modules (see page 65 for information on points)

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Emergency Response Training

Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Training

Awareness-Level Responders

Operations-Level Responders

Hazmat Technicians

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16-Hour

40-Hour

Emergency Response Planning

CT-51583

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X

X

X

X

Chemical Fundamentals

CT-51584

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X

X

X

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Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification

CT-51585

X

X

X

Emergency & Post-Emergency Response Procedures

CT-51586

X

X

X

X

Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing

CT-51587

X

X

X

X

HazCom, Hazmat & Hazardous Waste

CT-51588

X

X

X

X

Exposure Monitoring & Sampling

CT-51589

X

X

X

Medical Program

CT-51590

X

X

X

Decontamination

CT-51591

X

X

X

Respiratory Protection

CT-51592

X

X

X

Health & Physical Hazards

CT-51593

X

X

X

Site Control Measures

CT-51594

X

X

Handling & Shipping Drums & Containers

CT-51595

X

X

Confined Spaces

CT-51596

X

X

Overview for Waste Site Workers

CT-51597

X

X

Radiation & Biological Exposures

CT-51598

X

X

Written HAZWOPER Plans & Programs

CT-51599

X

X

Temperature Extremes

CT-51600

X

X

Fire Prevention & Protection

CT-51601

X

X

Electrical Safety & Lockout/Tagout

CT-51602

X

X

X

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X

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HAZWOPER: EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING FOR EMPLOYEES • E xplains what is expected of team members prior to, during, and after a hazardous substance release, focusing on the awareness and operations levels • Follows an incident from the second the hazardous substance is spilled to the final incident debriefing and recordkeeping • Covers recognition, notification, risk assessment, PPE, and decontamination • Best fit for awareness and operations-level responder trainees

Training Formats DVD Program

CT-13453

$395

Pay Per View

CT-24525

$65

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-7507

DVD program includes:

• 23-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 10 Combination Wallet Cards/Certificates • 1 Awareness Poster

10–24 $6.99 ea. 5–9 $7.09 ea. 1–4 $7.49 ea.

Also Available at JJKellerTraining.com HAZWOPER Emergency Response Refresher Training: AwarenessLevel Responders Curriculum

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-13453.

Can be used to help meet initial and refresher training for emergency response. Instructor Guide includes training tips and learning activity suggestions.

CT-56760

HAZWOPER Emergency Response Refresher Training: OperationsLevel & Hazmat Technician-Level Responders Curriculum CT-56761

HAZWOPER 8-Hour Refresher Training: Waste Site Workers • When supplemented with your site-specific information, hands-on exercises, and a qualified trainer, helps meet the requirements for eight hours of annual refresher training • Covers the HAZWOPER regulations, recognizing and identifying hazardous substances, air monitoring, medical surveillance, signs of chemical exposure, respiratory protection, the four levels of PPE, engineering controls, decontamination methods, and emergency procedures Individual Online Training Modules (see page 65 for information on points) Introduction To HAZWOPER

CT-27416

Hazard Recognition

CT-27415

Air Monitoring And Medical Program

CT-27411

PPE And Other Hazard Control Measures

CT-27417

Emergency Response And Decontamination

CT-27414

Complete Set of 5 Courses Listed Above

CT-27418

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25 points ea.

When supplemented with your site-specific information, hands-on exercises, and a qualified trainer, helps meet the requirements for HAZWOPER emergency response initial training.

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H2S For General Industry After completing this course, employees will understand: • Potentially dangerous properties • Sources of hydrogen sulfide exposure • Using H2S exposure limits to determine when exposures are not within safe limits • Protective measures to guard against hydrogen sulfide exposure • A ppropriate personal protective equipment • Planning an escape route given an area’s wind direction and terrain • Symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure • A ppropriate response to an emergency release of hydrogen sulfide Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-40559

30 points

H2S: Understand The Dangers Handbook

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Asbestos Awareness Training This course is designed to help employees understand the impact of asbestos exposure, steps to take to minimize exposure, and additional precautions they must take when exposure to asbestos is unavoidable. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51122

25 points

Working With Lead Exposure In General Industry • Discusses what the Standard covers • Explains permissible exposure limits, time weighted average, and action levels • Covers exposure assessment and monitoring; methods of compliance; hygiene and housekeeping; and medical surveillance Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-37473 CT-37470 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Indoor Air Quality Covers the sources of air contamination; the importance of proper housekeeping; smoking and secondhand smoke; use of humidifiers and dehumidifiers; air ducts and crawl spaces; heating and air conditioning systems; and signs and symptoms of poor air quality. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-21824

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25 points

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Hazardous Substances: Spill Discovery & Notification Helps employees understand the potential effects hazardous spills have on health and safety, the environment, and your organization. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe hazardous substances and chemicals and the harmful effects associated with them • Explain the common reasons hazardous spills occur • E xplain what to do when they discover a hazardous spill while at work Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51305

25 points

Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response Familiarizes employees with incidental spills of hazardous substances, as well as the immediate and follow-up tasks associated with the spill control and cleanup process. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe an incidental spill and the type of individuals authorized to assist in its control and cleanup • E xplain the proper spill response procedure to take upon discovery of an incidental spill at work • Identify common follow-up tasks performed following the cleanup of an incidental spill Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51631

25 points

RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training This course is designed to guide hazardous waste generators through federal hazardous waste regulations for waste identification, generator category determination, waste management, waste preparation for transport, and emergency planning. After completing this course, hazardous waste generators will be able to: • Identify hazardous and characteristic waste • Determine their generator category and obtain an EPA ID Number • Manage the hazardous waste they produce • Prepare and ship hazardous waste Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51758

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Office Ergonomics After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain what ergonomics is and why it is important • Discuss what types of activities may lead to pain or injury • Recognize signs and symptoms of MSDs and other ergonomics-related injuries • Identify ways to adjust their work environment to prevent injury • Demonstrate ways to support their ergonomic health at work and at home Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-43860

25 points

Office Safety Employees play a critical role in creating and maintaining a safe office environment for themselves and their coworkers. This course will teach them how to ensure their safety. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Discuss ways to support good housekeeping throughout the office and workstation • Identify ways to modify their work environment to prevent injury • Recognize various potential hazards in the office environment

Includes information on slips, trips, and falls. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-49766 CT-51848 SPANISH

25 points

Industrial Ergonomics Teaches employees: • What ergonomics is and why it’s important • What types of activities may lead to pain or injury • How to recognize signs and symptoms of MSDs and other ergonomics-related injuries • Ways to adjust their work environments to prevent pain or injury • Ways to support their ergonomic health at work and at home Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-43859

25 points

Computer Workstation & Design Use After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe possible injuries to employees who work in front of a computer on a regular basis • Recognize how workstation designs and proper setup and layout of equipment can play an important role in their overall health and safety • Identify proactive ways they can prevent injuries through body movement and positioning Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51917

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25 points

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BACK SAFETY: KEEP YOUR BACK IN ACTION This essential program goes beyond general back injury prevention tips. Workers will learn how they can prevent back injuries when performing everyday tasks such as lifting, pushing, climbing, sitting, standing or twisting/reaching/ overreaching, along with the proper techniques for those tasks. Covers industrial, trucking, construction, and office environments. • How your back works • Types and causes of back pain • Everyday tasks that use the back • General preventative measures

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38232

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41336

$85

Online Training

CT-38236

Video Training Book

25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

CT-48682 Additional Training Component

Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

• 30-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 5-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Back Stretch & Strength Exercise Poster • 1 Awareness Poster • 1 Trainer Tools CD

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

CT-38238

BONUS VIDEOS • Pre-Shift Warm-Up Exercises (5 minutes) • Back Strength & Flexibility Exercises (5 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38232.

WORKPLACE SAFETY

Helps employees understand principles of good back health.

Workplace Safety Instructional Chart Chart contains important safety information and procedures your employees should know.

Back Safety DVD Program

“Excellent presentation”

Description

As always, excellent presentation. Well done. Covers all aspects of the subject matter. I would recommend this to anyone attempting to provide back training to their employees.

20" W x 26" L Laminated

Product Code CT-39512

Price (ea.) 10–24 $24.00 5–9 $26.95 1–4 $29.95

Lifting Safety

Keep Your Back Healthy

Use proper lifting techniques to help avoid back pain and injury: • Gauge the weight of the object by moving one of its corners. • Stand close to the object. • Place feet shoulder-width apart, with the load between them. This gives your body a wide base of support. • Squat down. Keep your back straight. Bend at your knees rather than at the waist.

• Get a secure grip on the load. • Use the muscles in your legs to slowly push up and lift the load. Avoid jerking. Use a smooth, even motion. • Keep the load as close to the body as possible. • Do not bend forward as you lift the object. • Do not twist your body. Step to one side or the other to turn.

Some loads should not be lifted alone. To reduce your risk of injury, use two or more people or mechanical assistance to lift a heavy or awkwardly shaped load.

Lift-Assist Devices Use mechanical means to lift heavy items.

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Workplace Injury & Illness: OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping For Managers After completing this course, managers will be able to: • Determine which workplace injury and illness incidents need to be recorded • E xplain the process of recording workplace illness and injury data • Identify which OSHA form must be made available to employees and how long injury and illness records must be kept on file • Summarize the necessary steps to electronically submit injury and illness data to OSHA • Describe OSHA’s severe injury reporting requirements Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51826

25 points

OSHA Recordkeeping For Employees • Shows employees actual workplace incidents, demonstrating how to report accidents and covering what information they need to furnish in the event of an incident • Covers why recordkeeping is important, what recordkeeping is used for, and examples of work-related illnesses and injuries Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-21923

25 points

Incident Investigations For Accidents & Near Misses OSHA recommends (and in some cases, requires) you to conduct investigations of all accidents, incidents, and near misses to identify the root causes and keep similar events from happening again. This course will help you prepare for and conduct a thorough accident, incident, or near miss investigation. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48872

25 points

Emergency Preparedness & Response After completing this course, employees should understand: • Various types of emergency situations they may encounter and how to prepare for them • The importance of their company’s emergency action plan • Appropriate ways to react to emergencies Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48877

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Cold Stress Helps employees understand how the body reacts to cold conditions, recognize the most common types of cold stress, and learn how to treat workers with cold stress injuries until medical personnel arrive. • Cold working environments • Signs and symptoms of cold stress • Preventing cold stress • Responding to cold stress emergencies Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Heat Stress Helps employees understand the dangers of heat stress in both indoor and outdoor environments and how to prevent and respond to a heat stress emergency. • Hot working environments • Signs and symptoms of heat stress • Preventing heat stress • Responding to heat stress emergencies Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-43852

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Winter Safety: Working & Driving In Snow, Ice, & Extreme Cold Helps employees to prepare themselves and their vehicles for winter weather. It explains how to recognize common signs and symptoms of winter weather-related injuries and identify how to stay safe while working or driving in snowy, icy and extreme cold conditions. • Winter weather preparation • Working in winter weather • Driving in winter weather Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Extreme Temperature Personal Protective Equipment Help employees protect themselves from prolonged exposure to extreme cold or heat. Visit JJKeller.com/PPE

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I see the ROI from J. J. Keller training in our insurance. We’ve gone from a 260% loss ratio to 35% in one year. DAVID RUPNICK

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About IDI

Since its founding in 1979, this familyowned business has grown to become America’s wholesale insulation source. Its 55 locations and fleet of 250 trucks service contractors nationwide.

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Expertise. Ease of use. Variety. These are just a few of the reasons why David Rupnick initially chose J. J. Keller online training. The results he’s seen are what keeps him coming back. “J. J. Keller’s expertise was the main factor in choosing them for our training. The knowledge they have to understand the regs for our drivers, managers, and forklift operators … it’s priceless.” David also appreciates how easy it is to use our online training. “I can enroll my drivers in it, they can train on their phone, our tablets, a laptop … it’s very flexible so they can learn at their own pace.” And IDI drivers, who do double duty as warehouse workers, agree. “Courses are easy to navigate, very thorough, and if you need to go back at any point, you can,” says Dan Wynn. The wide variety of online courses David uses from his J. J. Keller Training subscription makes it easy for him to train on driver safety, warehouse safety, and HR topics. “We use training from just about every category J. J. Keller offers. They’re a one-stop shop that has all we need.”

After fully implementing the training, David is seeing positive results. “The cost of our insurance premiums are only going up 5% while the national average is going up 10-15%. Plus, we are on pace to save $65,000 in accident/incident repairs this year.” It’s safe to say David is one satisfied training customer. “I would recommend J. J. Keller based on their professionalism, the quality of their training, how they stand behind their product, and how it’s always up to date.”

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OSHA Construction Safety Handbook — 6th Edition

The OSHA Construction Safety Handbook includes plain-English information on key topics. Provides chapter quizzes to test employee understanding of topics, and a removable employee receipt page for easy documentation. English (320 pages). Spanish (360 pages). 51 ⁄4" W x 81 ⁄4" L. Topics include: • L adders and stairways • Confined space entry • Lockout/tagout • Cranes and derricks • Materials handling & storage • Electrical safety • Motor vehicles • Emergency response • PPE • Ergonomics and back safety • Scaffolds • E xcavations • Site safety and security • Fall protection • Slips, trips and falls • First-aid and bloodborne pathogens • Tool safety • HazCom with GHS • Welding, cutting • Health and wellness and brazing • Jobsite exposures • Work zone safety

Includes coverage of OSHA’s silica construction standard. Description

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CT-17063

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CT-17064

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OSHA Construction Safety Handbook - 6th Edition

“One of the best ... ”

One of the best manuals for 10-hour OSHA training classes. Re123 | Compliance Professional | Brick, NJ

ONLINE REVIEW Construction Regulatory Alert Newsletter With Poster

This 8-page monthly newsletter keeps you up to date with changing regulations and industry best practices. It covers: • OSHA proposed and final rules and best practices • New safety tips and information • Safety training (each issue includes a “Safety Selection” page for training sessions, along with a ready-to-copy training handout and related poster) • EPA and DOT regulation information affecting the construction industry CT-42892 $319

Add these newsletters to your

COMPLIANCE LIBRARY See page 96.

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CONSTRUCTION SAFETY BASICS • Use during employee orientation to help employees (especially those new to worksites) understand the safety issues and hazards they face and what safe work practices they can use to protect themselves • Helps instill good safety habits and promote a solid safety culture • Covers an introduction to generic safe work practices, various worksite arrangements, the safe use of tools and equipment, and procedures for what to do in the event an emergency occurs • After completing this construction safety training, employees will be able to:  emonstrate safe work practices and procedures that can -D help protect themselves and others around them - I dentify specific jobsite arrangements that help maintain a safe work environment -R  ecognize the hazards associated with using tools and equipment and identify safe ways to operate them -D  escribe the appropriate actions to take based on their level of authorization in the event of an emergency

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

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Work Environment CT-52089 CT-52093 SPANISH Safe Use Of Equipment CT-52090 CT-52094 SPANISH

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2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 72-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 4-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right.

CT-50076 ENGLISH/SPANISH Work Practices CT-52088 CT-52092 SPANISH

Safe Use Of Equipment CT-51049 CT-51048 SPANISH Work Environment CT-51071 CT-51050 SPANISH In Case Of An Emergency CT-51047 CT-51046 SPANISH

Video Training Book

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Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

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Workplace Safety Basics See page 7.

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Scaffolds For Construction • Describes types of scaffolds and OSHA’s requirements for scaffold construction and access • E xplains important safety measures you must follow when working on a scaffold

Shows employees how to minimize risks involved with erecting, maintaining, and using scaffolding. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36659

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Scissor Lifts For Construction Helps familiarize employees with scissor lift hazards and preventative measures they can take to stay safe while operating or working near them. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Recognize the types of hazards associated with scissor lifts • E xplain safe work practices related to the inspection, maintenance, fall protection, stabilization, and positioning • Discuss training and re-training requirements for employees who use them on the job Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal For Construction • E xplains why it’s important to handle, store, use and dispose of materials properly • Identifies common injuries that can result when guidelines and regulations are not followed • Discusses how to choose the right machinery when moving materials, and the right and wrong ways to store, stack, and dispose of materials Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Aerial Lifts For Construction Designed to familiarize employees with hazards related to aerial lifts and provide best practices to ensure safety while operating or working near one. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain the primary intended use of aerial lifts and identify different types used on the job • Discuss training and re-training requirements for employees who use aerial lifts • Recognize the types of hazards associated with aerial lifts • E xplain safe work practices related to inspection, operation, and maintenance of an aerial lift Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51817

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FORKLIFT WORKSHOP FOR CONSTRUCTION • Helps you meet formal instruction, practical training, and evaluation requirements • Includes exercises and learning activities to illustrate proper procedures • Covers operating a forklift in a constantly changing environment; jobsite hazards; and center of gravity and the stability triangle, as well as reading load charts; preoperation and operational inspections; steps to placing loads; and refueling and changing propane cylinders

DVD program includes:

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Workshop format has “hands on” practice tools that combine learning with doing.

Forklift Workshop For Construction

“Easy to follow”

... Easy to follow safety instruction and not boring! Robin | Safety Professional | Austin, TX

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CT-41345 CT-41347 SPANISH

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Online Training

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Video Training Book

CT-48687

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Additional Training Component

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 33-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 8-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 11 Operator Handbooks. (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Certificate Of Classroom Training • 1 Certificate Of Operational Evaluation

Training Format (see page 65 for information on points)

Operator Handbook

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Training On Demand

... We can train employees individually, instead of bringing them all into a classroom at one time ...

“With [Training On Demand], 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 | Shared Service Systems | Omaha, NE

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL

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FOCUS FOUR HAZARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION

J. J. Keller’s Focus Four Hazards for Construction programs were designed to address key elements of OSHA's Construction Focused Inspection Initiative to help construction workers identify dangers on the jobsite and how to avoid them; understand employers' responsibilities regarding protecting workers from workplace hazards; and ultimately reduce injuries, illness and fatalities in the top four construction hazards (falls from elevations, struck by, caught in/between, and electrical shock).

Caught-In Or Caught-Between For Construction • Identifies common caught-in or -between hazards and how to protect yourself • Reviews employer’s responsibilities to protect workers from caught-in or -between hazards Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36695

25 points

Electrocution For Construction • E xplains the major types of electrocution hazards in construction • Describes common methods of protection from electrical hazards Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36692

25 points

Struck-By For Construction • Discusses common struck-by hazards and how to protect yourself • Reviews employer’s responsibilities to protect workers from struck-by hazards Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36693

25 points

Fall Protection For Construction • E xplains potential fall hazards on the jobsite and describes appropriate ways to eliminate or prevent them • Identifies various forms of fall protection equipment and scenarios when each would be appropriate • Covers how to select, inspect, use, and properly store fall protection equipment Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-52431 CT-52432 SPANISH

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FALL PROTECTION FOR CONSTRUCTION After completing this program, workers will be able to: •E xplain potential fall hazards on the jobsite and describe appropriate ways to eliminate and prevent them •Identify various forms of fall protection and scenarios when each would be appropriate •Recognize how to select, inspect, use, and store fall protection properly

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-52435 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-52443 CT-52442 SPANISH

$85 ea.

Online Training

CT-52431 CT-52432 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Video Training Book

CT-52439 ENGLISH/SPANISH

2 programs in 1. English and Spanish versions.

$395

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Components

• 17-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 3-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more •1  1 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right.

Employee Handbook

CT-52436 CT-52437 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEO • Fall Protection Plan (3 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-52435.

DID YOU KNOW?

Are employees

For the third year in a row, Fall Protection — Training Requirements (29 CFR 1926.503) made OSHA’s Top 10 violation list for FY2019, coming in at #8*. Fall Protection — Duty to have fall protection (29 CFR 1926.501) remained as the #1 violation. Fall protection training is an important part of keeping your workers safe on the jobsite and staying in compliance.

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*Based on preliminary data from October 1, 2018 to August 15, 2019.

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Stairways & Ladders For Construction • E xplains how to recognize hazards related to stairways and ladders and how to minimize those hazards • Gives an overview of the OSHA regulations regarding stairways and ladders • Discusses the proper construction, use, placement, and care of stairways and ladders, as well as how to choose the best stairway or ladder for the job Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36657

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Slips & Trips For Construction • Teaches employees to recognize and avoid slip and trip hazards on construction sites Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-38764

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OSHA Excavation Standard Handbook Conveys the most critical information on OSHA’s Excavation Standard (§1926.650-.652) through illustrations, charts and easy-to-read text. Covers safe evacuation requirements; protective support systems; shoring and bracing; inspections; and more. An employee quiz is also included to help make training documentation easier. 3rd edition. 29 pages. Description

Product Code

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CT-1715

Answer Key

CT-1716

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Excavations For Construction

DID YOU KNOW?

On average, two workers are killed every month in trench collapses. That is why OSHA requires that each worker in a trench be protected from a cave-in by an adequate protective system. Unless the excavation is made in stable rock, or is less than five feet deep (with no threat of a potential cave-in), OSHA requires that each worker in a trench be protected by proper sloping, benching, and/or shoring to prevent a cave-in. The jobsite’s competent person must perform a soil analysis to determine which protective system is needed. Additional hazards associated with trenching include working with heavy machinery, manual handling of materials, working in close proximity to traffic, electrical hazards from overhead and underground power lines, and explosion and fire hazards from underground utilities, such as natural gas.

• E xplains the difference between excavations and trenches, how to recognize potential hazards, and the role of the competent person • Discusses different soil classifications and their main properties • Identifies protective support systems • Describes ways to properly access excavations and what to do in the event of a cave-in Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36675

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ACCESS UP-TO-DATE TRAINING CONTENT 24/7 with our Training On Demand website. For self-paced learning, use our Online Courses. For instructor-led training, use our Videos on Demand. Both options offer engaging content that incorporates the latest adultlearning techniques for maximum retention. FREE RECORDKEEPING — Use our free online recordkeeping tool to keep track of which employees trained on which topics and when.

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TRAINING POINTS — Online Courses use a points system to make it easy for you to save money. The more points you purchase, the lower your cost per student will be. Training Points

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Crane Safety Handbook For Operators & Ground Crew

Working in or around cranes is extremely hazardous, and workers can be seriously injured or killed. This easy-to-use handbook is a must for those who work in those dangerous conditions. It covers the basic information that operators and ground crew need to know to perform necessary tasks safely. Provides explanations of key regulatory areas, including: • Danger zones •G  eneral hazards • Fall protection •G  round conditions • Lockout/tagout • Power line safety • Inspections • Crane assembly and disassembly • Job-specific safety • Signals, signs and markings Benefits any employee working around cranes, including operators, riggers, signal persons, spotters, qualified persons, maintenance personnel, and other employees. 68 pages.

Includes OSHA’s final rule on cranes and derricks in construction (Subpart CC). Description Softbound 5¼" W x 8¼" L

Product Code CT-17062

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Cranes & Derricks For Construction Over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error. This course will help operators learn that they are the key to preventing these incidents. This training covers the following topics: • Physical and mental preparation • Equipment inspection • Hazard assessment • Boom, jib, and overhead cranes • General and operational safety devices • Crane operations • Hand signals Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36676

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Crane Inspection Report Forms

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This form breaks OSHA’s inspection requirements down into 45 easyto-understand statements, which workers can use to determine whether or not the equipment meets OSHA standards. Each form covers the following areas of inspection: mechanical, wire rope, other required inspections, safety devices, and operational aids. On the back of each form, handy guidance notes provide further explanation of some of the more complex inspection items.

CT-19795 PERSONALIZE your forms with name and address. Search by product code at JJKeller.com.

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CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYERS After completing the program, employers will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards: labels, Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), and signs • Apply exposure control measures to protect workers from the effects of crystalline silica dust • Discuss the role a competent person plays in exposure control • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Pay Per View Online Training

CT-52034 CT-56195 SPANISH CT-48902 CT-56099 SPANISH

$65 ea. 25 points ea.

EDITOR TIP Respirable crystalline silica is generated by high-energy operations like sawing, grinding, drilling and crushing stone, rock, concrete and brick. If engineering or workplace controls aren’t effective, your workers may need respiratory protection.

Ray Chishti-Qureshi

J. J. Keller® Editor, EHS

CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES After completing the program, workers will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards: labels, Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), and signs • Apply exposure control measures to protect themselves from the effects of crystalline silica dust • Discuss the role a competent person plays in exposure control • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Pay Per View Online Training

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Hazard Communication In Construction Environments • Reviews Safety Data Sheets and container labels • Discusses commonly found toxins, corrosives, irritants, flammables, combustibles, and gases • Covers PPE and chemical storage, exposure situations, spills, and cleanup Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-35630

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GHS Safety Data Sheets For Construction • Helps you comply with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s revised HazCom Standard • Reviews the composition of Safety Data Sheets, the information contained in each section, and how SDSs are different from Material Safety Data Sheets • Covers materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, and handling hazardous materials Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-27404

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Personal Protective & Lifesaving Equipment For Construction Make sure your workers know how to choose and use the appropriate PPE. • Covers eye and face protection, head protection, hand and foot protection, respiratory protection, and hearing conservation Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36678

25 points

Hand & Power Tools For Construction • Teaches workers how to recognize hazards associated with various types of tools and necessary safety precautions • E xplains guidelines for tool condition, use, and guarding, as well as wearing personal protective equipment Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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CONFINED SPACES: ENTRY TEAM TRAINING — CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA requirements • Outlines precautions that must be taken before a confined space is entered • E xplains how to recognize the signs, symptoms and characteristic effects of exposure to confined space hazards • Defines the role and responsibilities of each member of the confined space entry team • Illustrates proper procedures via a step-by-step confined space “entry” and a confined space rescue

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38331 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-45890 CT-47368 SPANISH

Online Training

CT-38758

Video Training Book

CT-48681

$395 $85 ea. 25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 27-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 5 -Minute Note To Trainer Video explaining what OSHA means by “construction activities” and “maintenance activities” • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 1 Confined Space Entry Sign • 1 Confined Space Entry Permit

CT-39451 CT-47369 SPANISH

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DID YOU KNOW?

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38331.

The 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA Confined Spaces In Construction Standard sets requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees engaged in construction activities at a worksite with 1 or more confined spaces.

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Your Way

ON YOUR INTRANET —

In addition to viewing classroom videos on our DVDs or Video On Demand library, you can license these videos for use on your intranet

manuals

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License our online courses for use on your LMS, as you see them on our Training On Demand website

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You can also license training content from any of our publications, including handbooks, newsletters, and manuals

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License our videos on a flash drive for those locations where streaming is slow or unavailable.

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BUCKET TRUCK SAFETY: TRAINING FOR OPERATORS • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1926.453 requirements • Explains proper bucket truck safety principles • E xplains required safety and operation issues and what can go wrong, as well as how to prevent accidents • Topics covered include PPE, inspection and maintenance, driving and setting up at work sites, and in case of emergency

DVD program includes:

• 18-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster • 10 Wallet Cards • 10 Training/Operator Safety Reminder Cards

Training Formats DVD Program

CT-13507

$395

Pay Per View

CT-24516

$65

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-6027

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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Health Hazards For Construction Help your employees recognize and protect themselves from occupational health hazards they face on the jobsite, such as noise exposure, gases and fumes, and hazardous chemicals. After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Recognize common health hazards found in construction • Identify methods to prevent injury and illness from health hazards • Discuss what to do if a health hazard is present on a construction site Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-36677

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TRANSPORT SAFETY

Inform drivers about the FMCSR regulations they need to comply with and hone their safety skills with our expert training.

TRANSPORT SAFETY

72-106

Transportation Safety Training Advisor Newsletter With Poster Build your drivers’ skill levels, reduce the chance of fines, and stay in compliance with this newsletter and poster program. Recent training topics covered include hours of service, daily vehicle inspections, defensive driving, and speed and space management. Also includes safety and transportation-related news. Print and online editions 1 year (12 issues). CT-23306 $319

Transportation Safety Training Advisor Newsletter With Poster

“Great tool for Drivers to keep up to date with Federal Laws” I use this as a training tool for all my drivers so that they can keep updated on all the changes that continue to evolve through FMCSA. Lisa258 | Fleet Operations Manager | Cumberland, RI

ONLINE REVIEW

Transportation Safety Training Advisor: Driver’s Report

Each month, this resource takes a single topic and presents safety and compliance information in both a 2-page, 4-color newsletter and a 17" W x 22" L color poster. Use newsletters as payroll inserts, handouts during meetings — or even tack them up on company bulletin boards. Display the poster in a highvisibility area to reinforce the monthly topic. The program covers topics such as: • Hours of service • Distracted driving • Night driving • Accident procedures • Backing • Roadside inspections 1 year (1 poster and 10 newsletters per month for 12 months).

If you would like to receive extra copies of the newsletter or poster each month, call toll-free. CT-20177 $239

Add these newsletters to your

COMPLIANCE LIBRARY See page 96.

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DRIVER TRAINING SERIES Our targeted and convenient Driver Training Series equips both new and experienced drivers with valuable safety information to help protect their vehicles, records, reputations, and themselves. This training helps keeps drivers where they are needed most … on the road!

DVD program includes:

• 14- to 22-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Driver Skills Cards To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search the DVD product code.

Drone camera footage gives you a unique bird’s eye view. Coupling & Uncoupling: Double Trailers

PAGE

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Title

DVD

Pay Per View

Online Training

Accident Procedures

CT-42813

CT-45583

CT-43861

NEW Backing Techniques

CT-56940

CT-56899

CT-56942

NEW Coupling & Uncoupling

CT-56939

CT-56900

CT-56943

Driving Techniques

CT-42808

CT-45584

CT-43853

Emergency Maneuvers

CT-42809

CT-45585

CT-43854 ENGLISH NEW CT-57422 SPANISH

Extreme Weather Driving

CT-42812

CT-45586

CT-43868

Fixed Object Collisions

CT-42811

CT-45587

CT-43869

CT-42810

CT-45588

CT-43862 ENGLISH NEW CT-57425 SPANISH

$325 ea.

$65 ea.

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Night Driving

88

MASTER DRIVER SERIES • Helps your drivers step up to a new level of safety awareness and professionalism • Each video uses Hazard Perception Challenge® scenarios to test drivers’ hazard perception skills

DVD program includes:

• 20-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Bulletin • 10 Driver Skills Cards To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search the DVD product code.

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DVD

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Air Brakes

CT-10453

CT-24447

CT-23709

City Driving

n/a

n/a

CT-23710 ENGLISH NEW CT-57426 SPANISH

Pattern Driving

n/a

n/a

CT-23715

Rear End Collisions

n/a

n/a

CT-23716

Rural Driving

n/a

n/a

CT-23717

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$65 ea.

25 points ea.

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offered through the Encompass® Fleet Management System:

Driver Qualification Video Monitoring

Vehicle Inspections Hours of Service

Driver Performance Management

Driver Hiring

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HOURS OF SERVICE RULES FOR PROPERTY-CARRYING CMV DRIVERS Helps satisfy 49 CFR Part 395 requirements. After completing this course, drivers will be able to: • Recognize the purpose of the hours-of-service regulations and their impact on them • E xplain how to apply hours-of-service regulations, including on-duty and driving limits and the 34-hour restart provision • Describe how to keep track of their hours of service using an AOBRD, ELD, or paper logs • Identify which, if any, exceptions may apply to them

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-50070

$395

Pay Per View

CT-50047

$85

Online Training

CT-50048 ENGLISH NEW CT-57421 SPANISH

Video Training Book

CT-50071 Additional Training Component

DVD program includes:

CT-50691

BONUS VIDEOS • Exceptions To The Hours Of Service Rules (10 minutes) • ELD Basics (16 minutes) • How To Fill Out Paper Logs (10 minutes)

Even though the hours-of-service limits have not changed, there are a broad array of new requirements for drivers that were added as part of the ELD Mandate. Our Hours Of Service Rules For Property-Carrying Drivers program and the accompanying ELD Driver Basics video cover all of this NEW information.

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-50070.

ELD Basics

Hours Of Service: How To Fill Out Paper Logs

Every driver that is required to complete a record of duty status needs to know how to correctly fill out a paper log. Even drivers using ELDs must be capable of performing this task in the event their ELDs malfunction. After completing the course, drivers should be able to: • Identify required fields on a paper log • Prepare their record of duty status using a paper log

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After completing the course, drivers will be able to: • Understand requirements for using an ELD • Describe basic system and device requirements • Comply with records management and roadside inspections • Understand rule provisions for carriers in regards to supporting documents and harassment prevention Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

Training Format (see page 65 for information on points)

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10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

DID YOU KNOW?

DVD program shows ELDs and AOBRDs in use.

CT-51274 ENGLISH NEW CT-57427 SPANISH

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Driver Handbook

• 26-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Message To Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right.

Online Training

25 points ea.

20 points ea.

Pay Per View

CT-52196

$65

Online Training

CT-48901

20 points

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HOS Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers

The HOS Handbook provides drivers with easy access to all aspects of hours-ofservice regulations, ensuring they have the information they need to complete their paper or electronic logs correctly. Written in plain language, the handbook offers practical guidance to help your drivers avoid log violations and keep HOS Compliance BASIC scores low. Spiral-bound, 318 pages. 2nd Edition Includes: • At-a-glance information about ELDs and logging options • How-to information to help drivers recognize harassment or coercion, and file a complaint • List of Top 10 most common hours-of-service violations • Information about supporting documents requirements • Current information on personal conveyance

Covers several industry-specific exceptions. Description

HOS Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers

Product Code CT-48553

7" W x 5" L

“Great little book ...”

This is a great little book for fact checking and referencing. I’m sure I will be using it a lot

Price (ea.) 10-24 $8.39 5-9 $8.49 1–4 $8.99

Unhappy with your current ELD solution? Try our mandate-compliant ELDs FREE. Call 855-693-5338 or go to JJKeller.com/EncompassELD.

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Hours Of Service & Driver Logs Workbook, 4th Edition

• Give drivers hands-on logging experience to help satisfy DOT’s hours-of-service regulations •S  ummary of the FMCSA’s ELD final rule, plus ELD FAQs, “at-a-glance” information on using various types of ELogs, and new rules for using supporting documents with ELDs •U  pdated information on exceptions to the 30-minute break requirement •U  sed for self-learning, as a one-on-one training tool, or in the classroom •L  og book exercises (calculating sleeper-berth use, the 11-hour driving limit, 14 consecutive hours-on-duty rule, 60/70-hour on-duty limits, and the 34-hour restart provision) to quickly train your drivers  lain-English explanations of DOT regulations, including the current sleeper berth and AOBRD rules •P • Log page samples you can use to illustrate specific situations and problems •S  piral-bound, 212 pages Product Code CT-8881

Price (ea.) 10-24 $12.29 5-9 $12.49 1–4 $13.19

ELD Backup Log Book Kit

In the event an electronic logging device malfunctions, drivers can quickly grab this kit. It includes an ELD Backup Log Book with ELD malfunction procedures and blank logs to help comply with 49 CFR 395.22(h). The kit also includes “The Edge” Professional Driver’s Rule and a Vinyl Snap-Shut Log Book Cover with two side pockets for extra storage (10" x 7½" when closed). Product Code CT-52015

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Price (ea.)

ELD Backup Log Book Kit

“These are a fantastic buy for the money.” I was able to add additional info to these kits to keep it all in one place for the drivers to get in case of a roadside inspection. We all know that drivers that are well organized during a roadside stop are far less likely to get as intensely scrutinized and not held as long.

Janet | Compliance Professional | Phoenix, AZ

ONLINE REVIEW

25-49 $16.97 10-24 $18.39 1–9 $20.13

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A DRIVER’S GUIDE TO HOURS OF SERVICE CANADA • E xplains the “hows” and “whys” of Canada’s HOS regulations • Covers daily maximums, off-duty requirements, weekly cycles, and more

DVD program includes:

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Instructor Guide •1  Canadian Detailed Duplicate Log With Recap • 1 Awareness Poster • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. •1  0 Wallet Cards

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-12035

Pay Per View

CT-24499

$395 $65

Online Training

CT-28137

30 points

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-11732

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-12035.

REG ALERT Canada adopts ELD mandate Devices will become mandatory in country in June 2021 Transport Canada announced its long-awaited electronic logging device (ELD) mandate on June 12, 2019. Federallyregulated carriers will be required to adopt ELDs starting in June 2021 at the end of a 24-month phase-in period. A few key items from the final rule include the following: • ELDs will need to be certified by a third party. The process for certification is expected to take 12 months. Transport Canada will maintain a listing of ELD providers and their certified devices on its website. • The 24-month phase-in period is to allow the certification process to take place and to allow carriers to implement ELDs. • Exemptions for use of ELDs are limited. Exemptions for using ELDs apply to vehicles that are subject to rental agreements for a term of 30 days or less and commercial vehicles that were manufactured before the year 2000. • Transmission to enforcement will occur by the officer providing an email address to which the driver will send the ELD record. Local transfer by Bluetooth or USB is an option but is not a mandatory function of an ELD.

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ROADSIDE INSPECTIONS FOR CMV DRIVERS • Helps drivers prepare for roadside inspections and understand the consequences of a failed inspection • Covers types of inspections, the inspection process, and the results

DVD program includes:

• 20-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Message To Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right.

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48467

$395

Pay Per View

CT-48443

$85

Online Training

CT-48444 NEW CT-57423 SPANISH

Video Training Book

CT-52197

30 points ea. 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook Driver Handbook

Roadside Inspections for

CMV Drivers

BONUS VIDEOS • Roadside Inspections: Providing the Officer Your Record of Duty Status (8 minutes) • Roadside Inspections: FAQs (12 minutes)

CT-51962

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Roadside Inspections: Providing The Officer Your Record Of Duty Status

Top Driver OOS Violations in Roadside Inspections as of 8/30/19

One poor inspection can lead to a driver or vehicle being placed out of service, and that can result in more drivers being selected for roadside inspections. This can result in lost revenue, DOT fines, or an in-house DOT audit. This program is designed to train drivers on the proper way to show ELDs to officers during an inspection. After viewing this video, drivers will be able to explain: • What’s required of an ELD during an inspection • How to keep their record of duty status updated • How to provide records Training Format Pay Per View

CT-52170

$50

REGULATION

VIOLATION DESCRIPTION

# OF OOS VIOLATIONS

383.23(a)(2)

Operating a CMV without a CDL

26,504

395.8(e)

False report of driver’s record of duty status

17,820

395.8(a)(ELD)

ELD — No record of duty status (ELD required)

17,737

395.8(a) (non-ELD)

No driver’s record of duty status when one is required

8,384

395.8(a)

No record of duty status when one is required

7,705

395.8(k)(2)

Driver failing to retain previous 7 days’ records of duty status

6,315

Source: FMCSA’s Motor Carrier Management Information System

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VEHICLE INSPECTIONS: TRACTOR TRAILERS • Helps satisfy 49 CFR Parts 392 and 396 requirements • Includes step-by-step inspections demonstrated using the latest advances in camera and video production technology • Highlights areas of the tractor trailer with higher potential to cause a serious crash or breakdown • 2017 Bronze Telly Award Winner Provides a comprehensive, streamlined examination of the 3 types of inspections and explains why performing each can ultimately prevent costly breakdowns and deadly crashes: 1. Pre-Trip (§392.7 and §396.13) 2. On-the-Road (§392.9 and §397.1) 3. Post-Trip (§396.11)

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48468

$395

Pay Per View

CT-48447

$85

Online Training

CT-48448

Video Training Book

30 points

CT-48861 Additional Training Component

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Driver Handbook

DVD program includes:

CT-48836

• 42-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster •1  Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) •1  Pre-Trip Inspection Tool

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • Vehicle Inspections: Refrigerated Trailers (8 minutes) • Vehicle Inspections: Intermodal Chassis (6 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48468.

Vehicle Inspections: Intermodal Chassis

As part of the federally regulated pre-trip, on-the-road, and post-trip inspections, this course demonstrates the additional tasks necessary to conduct proper inspections on an intermodal chassis. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48874

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15 points

Vehicle Inspections: Refrigerated Trailers

This course covers pre-trip, on-the-road, and post-trip inspection duties specific to ensuring refrigerated trailers are in prime condition to haul temperature-sensitive goods. Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48871

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15 points

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ALCOHOL & DRUG TESTING: WHAT DRIVERS NEED TO KNOW • Discusses the specific rules under Parts 40 and 382 of the FMCSRs, including key definitions, prohibited conduct, and the circumstances under which drivers will be tested • Covers the 6 types of testing required (pre-employment, post-accident, random, reasonable suspicion, return-toduty, and follow-up) • Features scenarios that go through alcohol and drug testing processes and procedures • Emphasizes why drivers must comply with alcohol and drug testing procedures

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38335

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41303

$85

Online Training

CT-38794 CT-48686

Video Training Book

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

• 22-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 3-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Alcohol & Drug Testing File Packet • 10 Wallet Cards • 1 Awareness Poster

CT-38797 CT-39003 SPANISH

What happens when there is a positive test?

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38335.

Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know Driver Handbooks

This easy-to-understand handbook, designed for use with the Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know training program, covers the 11 required topics carriers must discuss with their drivers, including the effects of alcohol and drugs, testing requirements, and how and where drivers can get help. Includes a driver’s receipt page that meets the training documentation requirement in Sec.382.601(d). Available in English and Spanish. 36 pages.

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10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

EDITOR TIP

BONUS VIDEOS • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Misuse (4 minutes) • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Drug Use (7 minutes)

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35 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Description

Product Code

English

CT-38797

Spanish

CT-39003

When an applicant tests positive on a DOT preemployment drug screen, the prospective employer still has some recordkeeping responsibilities even when the driver is not hired. You must give the driver a list of Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs). If you do not have another face-to-face contact, you could mail the list to him/her. Just keep a record of what you sent to show you complied. And you must keep the chain of custody form and the medical review officer’s (MRO’s) result for 5 years, as you do for any positive of any DOT test type.

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10–24 $5.59 5–9 $5.69 1–4 $5.99

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REASONABLE SUSPICION TESTING: WHAT SUPERVISORS NEED TO KNOW • Helps satisfy 49 CFR Part 382 requirements • Helps supervisors understand their critical role in determining reasonable suspicion, how to spot the tell-tale signs of alcohol misuse and illegal drug use, and what to do when they suspect a driver is impaired • Reviews the reasonable suspicion process via realistic scenarios • Shows how to properly document observed behaviors • Helps build supervisors’ confidence so they can respond appropriately

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38337

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41330

$85

Online Training

CT-38763

40 points

Video Training Book

CT-48684 Additional Training Component

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Supervisor Workbook

DVD program includes:

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 5-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 5 Supervisor Workbooks. Need more? See at right. • 5 Observed Behavior Reasonable Suspicion Forms

CT-38962

$7.95 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • You Make the Decision (10 minutes) • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Misuse (4 minutes) • Effects, Signs & Symptoms of Drug Use (9 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38337.

Prohibiting The Coercion Of CMV Drivers This course is designed to help anyone involved in the transportation process understand coercion and the Coercion Rule, including what is considered coercion, the formal complaint process that will be followed if a driver accuses a carrier of coercion, and the consequences that could result based on an FMCSA investigation. After completing this course, drivers will be able to: • Recognize coercion when it occurs • File a formal coercion complaint with the FMCSA • Understand what happens after an FMCSA investigation is complete Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-48328

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15 points Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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FLEET MANAGEMENT

MADE EASY

✓ Improve CSA Scores ✓ Maintain Compliance ✓ Improve Driver Retention ✓ Reduce Expenses

With FleetMentor’s interactive tools and templates, you can quickly, easily and effectively accomplish the tasks required to keep your fleet running profitably and in compliance. And when you need personalized advice or answers to your regulatory questions, the Personal Assistant feature allows you to contact a transport expert here at J. J. Keller — the industry’s trusted source for safety and compliance.

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS FOR DRIVERS NEW

• Human trafficking incidents are on the rise, and truckers are in a unique position to help because they frequent common trafficking places such as truck stops, rest areas, and gas stations • Program teaches drivers what human trafficking is and how to identify those most at risk, how to recognize the signs of human trafficking, and how to respond when they suspect it’s taking place • Specific topics covered include sex trafficking, forced labor, domestic servitude, potential victims, approaching the victim, and contacting authorities

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-58360 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-57360 CT-57361 SPANISH

Online Training

$395 $85 ea.

CT-57358 CT-57359 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

DVD program includes:

CT-57355 CT-57356 SPANISH

• 17-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  1 Driver Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish). Need more? See below. • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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NEW Human Trafficking Awareness For Drivers Handbook

NEW Human Trafficking Awareness Poster

A companion to the training program above, this handbook serves as a reference for drivers by reviewing key points. Softbound, 5¼" W x 8" L. 16 pages. Major topics covered include: • What is Human Trafficking? • Watch For These Signs • K now How to Respond Description

Product Code

English

CT-57355

Spanish

CT-57356

Provides instructions for how to report suspected traffickers and help victims via the national hotline. Also details locations where victims may be spotted, including truck stops, roadside rest areas, and hotels. Laminated. 11¾" W x 20" L.

Price (ea.)

10–24 $5.59 5–9 $5.69 1–4 $5.99

Description

Product Code

English

CT-58263

Spanish

CT-58264

Price (ea.) 10–24 $19.50 5–9 $22.20 1–4 $24.95

DID YOU KNOW?

In today’s world, customers expect companies to demonstrate social responsibility. Employees also have this expectation of the companies they work for. Training your drivers to recognize human trafficking can help your company give back to society and demonstrate ethical behavior.

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CSA Handbook: A Complete Guide For CMV Drivers

This vital on-the-road reference provides in-depth CSA info and plain-English explanations that every driver should keep handy. It gives quick access to explanations of all the BASICs and their severity tables, plus lists the most current top 10 violations in each BASIC and explains how drivers can avoid them. The handbook includes clarification of the types of roadside inspections that will, and will not, affect certain BASICs, plus why clean inspections are important to drivers and their companies, how to prepare, what not to do, drivers’ rights during an inspection, the paperwork they’ll need to have ready, and steps to take afterward. Spiral bound, over 255 pages.

Now includes ELD violations! Description 7" W x 5 1⁄16" L

Product Code CT-27593

Price (ea.) 10-24 $8.79 5-9 $8.89 1-4 $9.39

CSA Handbook: A Complete Guide For CMV Drivers

“Exactly what we needed”

This little book has changed our transportation department into a more safety conscious and proactive environment. MrsM | Santa Fe Springs, CA

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CSA POSTER SERIES KITS

These full-color posters help educate drivers about what CSA is and how it impacts them. Grouped into 2 separate kits, each 17" W x 22" L laminated poster is also available individually.

CSA BASICs Poster Kit

• 8 -poster kit: 1 poster provides an overview of CSA and the 7 other posters explain a BASIC and how it's measured, give examples of violations, and list violations by severity • Creates driver awareness of the CSA BASICs Product Code

Price (ea.)

CT-28036

0-24 $68.50 1 5-9 $73.60 1-4 $95.75

CT-27645

Description

Product Code

CSA Overview

CT-27644 CT-27618

Driver Fitness

CT-27620

Drugs & Alcohol

CT-27621

Hazards Materials Crash Indicator

• 12-poster kit

• Prompts awareness and explains in more detail what drivers need to do to “survive” under CSA. Product Code

Price (ea.)

CT-28045

0-24 $88.50 1 5-9 $93.60 1-4 $130.75

CT-27627

CT-27628

CT-27630

Description

Product Code

CSA Driver Scoring: An Overview

CT-27632

Price (ea.)

CSA Carrier Scoring: An Overview

CT-27645

Hours Of Service

Vehicle Maintenance

An excellent follow-up series to CSA BASICs posters.

DETAILED Individual Posters

BASICs Individual Posters

Unsafe Driving

CSA Detailed Poster Kit

25-49 $11.50 10-24 $12.25 1-9 $14.95

CT-27634

Surviving CSA: Unsafe Driving

CT-27635

Surviving CSA: Hours Of Service

CT-27636

Surviving CSA: Drugs & Alcohol Surviving CSA: Vehicle Maintenance CSA In The Maintenance Shop Surviving CSA: Cargo Securement

CT-27637

CT-27633

Surviving CSA: Roadside Inspections

Surviving CSA: Driver Fitness

Price (ea.)

CT-27637

CT-27638 CT-27639

25-49 $11.50 10-24 $12.25 1-9 $14.95

CT-27640 CT-27641

Surviving CSA: Hazardous Materials

CT-27642

Vehicle Crashes And CSA

CT-27643

Is information clearly

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CSA: KNOW THE BASICS Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

Features real-life scenarios, a state-of-the-art curriculum, and adult learning methods to help drivers better understand: • The 4 components of CSA (data collection, safety measurement, safety evaluation, and interventions) • The 7 Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) and how safety-related events are assigned a value • What they can do to prevent “high value” violations and put “good” inspection data into the Safety Measurement System • Their role in their own BASIC scores and how their performance affects them as individuals • FMCSA interventions that could occur if your company has a BASIC score above the threshold

CT-27677

DVD Program

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41305

$85

Online Training

CT-27679

30 points

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-27685

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

DVD program includes:

• 45-Minute Closed-Captioned Video With Quiz • 13-Minute Message For Management Video • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 CSA BASICs Overview Poster (non-laminated)

CSA: Know The BASICs Driver Handbook

“... much needed straightforward information ...”

Very, very good product that helps train and provides much needed straightforward information ...

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Right Turns/Left Turns/Intersections • Covers problem areas and hazards • Includes separate segments on different turn and intersection issues, including: - City and rural driving - Single- and multi-lane roads - Narrow streets - One-way streets - Roundabouts Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-43847 NEW CT-57424 SPANISH

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25 points ea.

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ENTRY-LEVEL DRIVER TRAINING FOR THE STUDENT

FOR THE TRAINER

NEW Entry-Level Driver Training: Obtaining A CDL

Create the foundation for successful driving careers with this new manual. Written by J. J. Keller® transportation regulatory experts, this manual uses a learner-centric approach to explain what drivers need to know to meet the entry-level training requirements along with how to be safe, professional drivers. The manual’s 35 chapters include full-color images, and cover key topics such as: • External Communication • Accident procedures • Hours of Service and ELDs • Backing • Human trafficking • C argo, truck, and driver security • Roadside inspections • Distracted driving • Speed and space management • Extreme driving conditions • Trip planning • Environmental issues • Vehicle systems Chapter quizzes help gauge students’ understanding of the material. Perfect-bound. 534 pages.

Helps you meet the new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements for new drivers. Product Code CT-50493

Price (ea.) 25–49 $35.59 2–24 $40.99 1 $49.99

NEW Entry-Level Driver Training: Obtaining A CDL

Make the most of each training session by adding on this helpful trainer manual. Includes a complete reprint of the student manual, and a USB drive with: • PDF of the Trainer Manual • PowerPoint® presentations for each chapter • Quizzes with answer keys • Short video clips to visually reinforce training content (20 seconds to 2 minutes each) • CDL practice tests • Vehicle troubleshooting guide • Classroom, lab, range, and road exercises Spiral-bound. 714 pages.

Helps you meet the new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements for new drivers. CT-50494 $129

Are drivers

TRAINED

Entry-Level Driver Online Training 35 online courses correspond to the chapters in the Entry-Level Driver Training: Obtaining a CDL Student and Trainer Manuals (above). Visit JJKellerTraining.com

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FOR THE STUDENT

FOR THE TRAINER

NEW Hazmat Endorsement: Entry-Level Driver Training

Provides CDL drivers with safety and compliance information needed to obtain their hazardous materials endorsement. Featuring a user-friendly design and full-color illustrations, the manual covers 12 chapters, including: •R  eporting hazmat crashes • Loading and unloading hazmat and releases • Bulk packages •T  unnel and railroad-highway grade • Emergency response procedures crossing requirements Softbound. 146 pages.

Helps you meet the new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements for new drivers. Product Code CT-56783

NEW Hazmat Endorsement: Entry-Level Driver Training

This trainer manual includes an exact reprint of the Student Manual, plus: • Classroom recommendations, a PowerPoint® presentation, quizzes and answer keys for all 12 chapters • Hazmat CDL Pre-Test • V ideo snippets to reinforce training content (20 seconds to 2 minutes each) Spiral-bound. 202 pages.

Helps you meet the new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements for new drivers.

Price (ea.) 25–49 $20.99 2–24 $23.99 1 $29.99

FOR THE TRAINER

NEW Passenger & School Bus Endorsement: Entry-Level Driver Training

Provides safety and compliance information needed for CDL drivers to obtain their passenger or school bus endorsement. Key topics covered include: post-crash and emergency procedures; vehicle orientation; pre-trip en-route, and post-trip inspections; railroad/highway grade crossings and drawbridges; and security. Softbound. 416 pages.

Helps you meet the new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements for new drivers.

CT-56785

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CT-56782 $79.99

FOR THE STUDENT

Product Code

TRANSPORT SAFETY

NEW Passenger & School Bus Endorsement: Entry-Level Driver Training

Contains an exact reprint of the Student Manual plus quizzes and answer keys; PowerPoint® presentations; and classroom, lab, and range recommendations. Spiral-bound. 56 pages.

Helps you meet the new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements for new drivers. CT-56784 $79.99

Price (ea.) 25–49 $20.99 2–24 $23.99 1 $29.99

REG ALERT

Is your entry-level driver training curriculum

COMPLIANT

Entry-Level Driver Training Gap Analysis Service A J. J. Keller® Consultant will review your training to be sure it covers the new relevant regulatory requirements and best practices. Visit JJKeller.com/DOTconsulting

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As of February 7, 2020, drivers applying for an initial CDL, upgrading a current CDL, or obtaining a hazardous materials, passenger, or school bus endorsement will need to complete entry-level driver training. This training includes both theory and behind-the-wheel instruction, and must be provided by a school or entity listed on FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry (TPR). In order to be listed on the TPR, the training provider must meet specific requirements addressing curriculum, facilities, vehicles, equipment, and instructor qualifications. The TPR is expected to be available late 2019.

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Driver Qualification Training For Managers This course helps managers understand the specific requirements that classify a driver as “qualified” (according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations), as well as how to appropriately maintain the required documentation. After completing the course, managers will be able to: • Discuss the minimum driver qualifications • Identify the requirements of the driver qualification file Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-43865

25 points

Sanitary Food Transportation In accordance with FDA’s Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule, this course is designed to give drivers an overview of the rule, including general provisions, vehicles and transportation equipment, transportation operations, training, records, and waivers. After completing this course, drivers will be able to: • Identify who is subject to the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule • E xplain the requirements for vehicles and transportation equipment along with transportation operations • A pply recognized best practices for sanitary transportation • Discuss training requirements, record retention, and waivers Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51041

25 points

Pulling Doubles Gives drivers knowledge of the special equipment and terminology they will find when pulling doubles. After completing the course, drivers will be able to: • Define what standard doubles are and the benefits they provide to drivers and carriers • Describe how to properly load, couple, and uncouple front and rear trailers • Identify how to inspect and test components of doubles to ensure safe operation • Recognize how to drive defensively when pulling doubles on the highway • Summarize additional considerations when turning, parking, and backing doubles Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

NEW

CT-47341

25 points

Coupling And Uncoupling: Double Trailers

Hooking and unhooking trailers is routine and may seem danger-free. If done incorrectly, however, drivers can be hurt and equipment damaged. This training covers double trailer situations. After completing the program, drivers will be able to: • E xplain how to effectively inspect the coupling systems • Describe the coupling and uncoupling process for double trailer situations • Describe how to safely operate landing gear and pull releases Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-57690

25 points

Pay Per View

CT-57392

$50

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DISTRACTED! DRIVING • Helps satisfy 49 CFR Part 392 requirements • Aimed specifically at commercial motor vehicle drivers and others who drive as part of their profession • Details strategies drivers can use to deal with distracted driving by themselves and other drivers • Covers steps to avoid distracted driving, technology as a distraction, types of distractions, inattention blindness, recognizing the signs of other distracted motorists, and what not to do when sharing the road with a distracted driver

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-17650

Pay Per View

CT-41306

$85

Online Training

CT-47312

25 points

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

DVD program includes:

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

CT-17646

• 22-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 6-Minute Message To Management Video • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Discussion Guide • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right.

BONUS VIDEOS • Commentary (11 minutes) • Hazard Perception Challenge (4 minutes)

DOT Handbook: A Compliance Guide For Truck Drivers

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New drivers need technical driving instruction and onthe-road practice. But they also need to understand how to comply with a host of DOT regulations, from hours of service to drug and alcohol testing. The J. J. Keller® DOT Handbook: A Compliance Guide For Truck Drivers provides newly hired drivers with easy-to-understand, concise information on DOT compliance and general orientation topics. Ideal for driver “finishing training,” new hire orientation training, and as a reference for drivers new to the field. 192 pages.

Distracted! Driving

“From our drivers’ perspectives ...”

I consulted with the Commercial Drivers at our Corporate Branch, and discovered this training material had a powerful impact on their driving habits. It has also been responsible for revisions in our Company policies to protect the lives and safety of our employees, both Commercial and NonCommercial, and the motorists they share the roads with. MrsM | Fleet Operations Management | Santa Fe Springs, CA

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Description Spiral-bound 7" W x 5" H

Also Available at JJKeller.com No Texting Label

$395

NO TEXTING NO DIALING NO HAND-HELD CELL PHONE WHILE DRIVING A CMV

CT-18806

IT’S THE LAW!

No Cell Phone Allowed While Driving A CMV CT-51449

Product Code CT-44312

Price (ea.) 10–24 $8.39 5–9 $8.49 1–4 $8.99

No Texting Wallet Card CT-18816

Penalties could include disqualification and up to a $3,685 fine.

49 CFR 383.51, 391.15, 392.80, 392.82

Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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J. J. Keller® Award-Winning

Video Training Book Targeted Training For Employees Who Are ... Off The Beaten Path — Or Just Offline

“It’s revolutionary.” It’s hard to get employees together without losing too much productivity. With J. J. Keller’s Video Training Book, employees can do the training one at a time, and it’s perfect. It makes training efficient. It’s revolutionary. I don’t get tied up teaching a class or need a minimum class number. I’ve had 4 guys use it and the feedback has all come back positive. Glenn Cunningham Business Continuity Coordinator Diverse Power Inc. | La Grange, GA

Diverse Power’s forklift operators, like Josh Winstead pictured here, appreciate being able to take the training where they’re comfortable doing it. The Video Training Book lets them do that.

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Built To Last

with high-contrast and high-quality video.

Light, yet durable. IDEAL FOR: • Missed training sessions • Remote locations • Off-site and/or traveling employees • Refresher training

$249 OR LESS

INCLUDES: • Employee handbooks • Quizzes and answer key • Training log • AC adapter • Earbuds

VOLUME PRICING: 50+ 25-49 10-24 5-9 1-4

FEATURES: • Same expert training content as the DVD • High-quality video on a 7" LCD screen • Hard-cover front and back with soft-touch coating • Rechargeable Li-ion battery with 5-hour life • Built-in speakers

$149 $179 $199 $229 $249

Available in our most popular topics: • Active Shooter p.119

• Fall Protection (Construction) p.63

• Ladder Safety p.11

• Back Safety p.53

• Fire Prevention p.29

• Reasonable Suspicion p.81

• Alcohol & Drug Testing p.80 • Bloodborne Pathogens p.19 • Confined Spaces Maintenance Activities p.23

• Confined Spaces Construction Activities p.69 • Construction Employee Orientation p.59 • Defensive Driving p.92

• Fall Protection (General Industry) p.17 • Forklift (Construction) p.61

• Forklift (General Industry) p.31 • HazCom p.45

• Hazmat (All Employees) p.113 • Hazmat (Drivers) p.115 • Hours Of Service p.75 • Injury Prevention p.97

• Lockout/Tagout p.37

• Respiratory Protection p. 43 • Roadside Inspections p.78

• Sexual Harassment Prevention p.123 • Slips, Trips & Falls p.13

• Vehicle Inspections p.79

• Walking-Working Surfaces p.9 • Workplace Safety Basics p.15

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING FOR CMV DRIVERS After completing this training, drivers will be able to: •E  xplain how being prepared impacts defensive driving • I dentify ways to communicate with, and receive signals from, other drivers •D  emonstrate how to look for hazards by scanning the road ahead and using their mirrors •R  ecognize how to effectively manage speed and space

DVD program includes:

• 73-Minute Closed-Caption Video in 4 modules: • Prepare (18 minutes) • Communicate (15 minutes) • Look (23 minutes) • Manage Speed & Space (17 minutes) • 1 Trainer Guide (not sold separately) • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more

BONUS VIDEO • Collision Avoidance Systems (8 minutes)

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

Includes real-life dash cam footage of trucking incidents to keep drivers engaged.

$395

CT-55470 (all modules)

$85

Prepare CT-55773 Pay Per View

Communicate CT-55772 Look CT-55771

Online Training

Communicate CT-55759 Look CT-55758

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25 points ea.

Manage Speed & Space CT-55757 CT-55495

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-55492

JJKeller.com/Training

$50 ea.

Manage Speed & Space CT-55760 Prepare CT-55469

Video Training Book

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CT-55494

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10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING FOR LIGHT & MEDIUM DUTY VEHICLES • Focuses on the essential skills of hazard perception, speed and space management, decision driving, and distracted driving • Covers company cars, pickup trucks, straight trucks, utility vans, and passenger vans • Emphasizes that drivers of company fleet vehicles are responsible for their lives and their passengers’, the company’s cargo, and the company’s reputation • Challenges drivers to think about “What if?” scenarios and how they would respond to avoid an accident

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-30194

Pay Per View

CT-41382

$85

Online Training

CT-30196

25 points

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-30200

• 25-Minute Closed Captioned Vehicle • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Discussion Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster

$395

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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Defensive Driving for Light & Medium Duty Vehicles

“... awesome”

This defensive safety training is awesome — from the video to the quizzes, [it] saves me a lot of time and effort. Eterry | Safety Professional | Amarillo, TX

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EDITOR TIP The safety regulations that a driver of a light- or mediumduty truck needs to follow can be tricky. The rules can vary depending on the weight class of the truck and whether the movements are considered interstate or intrastate commerce. Regardless of where or how the vehicles are being operated, though, safe operations are essential – whether as a matter of best practice or because of requirements. Following proven safe operational procedures can mitigate risk, reduce injuries and accidents, improve safety scores, and increase productivity.

Rick Malchow

J. J. Keller® Editor, Transport Management

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BACKING & PARKING: STRAIGHT TRUCK SERIES Designed to help drivers understand the basic techniques that will allow them to safely back and park a straight truck, as well as how to avoid fixed object collisions. After completing this program, drivers will be able to: • Discuss how to avoid a fixed object collision while backing or parking • A pply proper driving techniques to safely back and park a straight truck • Identify ground-level, eye-level, and overhead obstructions that have the potential to make contact with their trucks

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-51281

$325

Pay Per View

CT-51288

$65

Online Training

CT-51255 NEW CT-57393 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-51265

DVD program includes:

• 9-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 5-Question Quiz

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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DRIVING TECHNIQUES: STRAIGHT TRUCK SERIES Covers the importance of driving defensively and knowing how to safely maneuver a straight truck through turns and intersections, over railroad crossings, while merging and passing, and while driving through roundabouts. After completing this program, drivers will be able to: • Discuss defensive driving strategies to protect themselves while on the road • A pply proper driving techniques to safely operate their straight truck • Identify precautions to take when driving at night and in extreme weather conditions

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-51256

$325

Pay Per View

CT-51289

$65

CT-51254

25 points

Online Training

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-51267

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

• 14-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4- Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 5-Question Quiz To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-51256.

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VEHICLE INSPECTIONS: STRAIGHT TRUCK SERIES Helps drivers understand the basics of a pre-trip, on-theroad, and post-trip inspection on a straight truck, especially the importance of inspecting your vehicle even when it’s not required by the regulations. After completing this program, drivers will be able to: • Conduct a thorough pre-trip, en-route, and post-trip inspection • Discuss the importance of using the same inspection routine every time they drive • E xplain when a Driver Vehicle Inspection Report is required, and how to complete one

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-51283

Pay Per View

CT-51230

$325 $65

Online Training

CT-51251

25 points

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-51266

DVD program includes:

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

• 13-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 5-Question Quiz To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-51283.

LOADING & UNLOADING: STRAIGHT TRUCK SERIES Helps drivers understand the basic techniques that will help keep them safe while loading or unloading their straight trucks, especially how to prevent common injuries and apply cargo securement. After completing this program, drivers will be able to: • Apply proper techniques to stay safe while loading and unloading • Recognize potential hazards and identify precautions to take in order to prevent injuries • Describe how to safely apply cargo securement devices to protect the load

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-51282

$325

Pay Per View

CT-51287

$65

CT-51253

25 points

Online Training

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-51264

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

• 13-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 5-Question Quiz To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-51282.

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World-class compliance guidance is just a click away with the

To help protect your employees and your bottom line, the J. J. Keller® Compliance Library provides unlimited online access to a wealth of up-to-date regulatory information. It also delivers direct access to our trusted team of in-house experts — acknowledged leaders in the safety, regulatory and compliance fields who are standing by to help answer your toughest compliance questions.

WITH THIS READY-TO-USE RESOURCE, YOU CAN EASILY: Determine which regulations apply to your operation Understand how to comply with specific requirements

WITHIN YOUR LIBRARY, YOU’LL ENJOY THESE ONLINE CONVENIENCES: Timesaving BOOKMARKS that make it easy to revisit content A RECENT UPDATES section to alert you to new regulatory content at a glance

Stay current on relevant industry news Support your training program with a variety of convenient bonus features

An EXPERT HELP feature offering direct access to our regulatory experts for answers to your toughest compliance questions

GET IMMEDIATE ACCESS BY TAKING A FREE TRIAL OF ANY OF OUR PUBLICATIONS

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INJURY PREVENTION FOR CMV DRIVERS 2017 Bronze Telly Award winner. Helps drivers avoid preventable injuries while on the job by recognizing and avoiding risks and adopting safe work practices, including: • Properly mounting and dismounting their tractor trailer • Taking precautions when conducting inspections and while stopped on the side of the road • Using certain positions and techniques while driving to help prevent long-term injuries • Properly loading and unloading cargo and moving around the loading dock safely • Operating landing gear, pulling releases, and positioning converter dollies by hand without sustaining injuries • Using safe practices while working outdoors in extreme heat or cold temperatures

DVD program includes:

BONUS VIDEOS • Injury Prevention Around Flatbeds (12 minutes) • Injury Prevention Around Tankers (10 minutes)

Injury Prevention Around Flatbeds

Training Format (see page 65 for information on points)

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$395

CT-48453

$85

Online Training

CT-48454

Video Training Book

25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

CT-49664

EDITOR TIP

Tom Bray

This course covers: • Safety precautions to take while working around flatbed trailers • Proper methods for safely loading, securing, and unloading cargo from a flatbed

800–327–6868

CT-48470

Pay Per View

J. J. Keller® Transportation Consultant, Editorial Resource Area

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48470.

CT-49837

DVD Program

Injury prevention is an activity that every company should be actively involved in. To be successful in preventing injuries, the company should consider engineering improvements (providing drivers with better equipment to make the job safer), improving the work environment (trying to keep drivers out of dangerous situations), enforcing safety-related work policies and rules, and educating drivers on how to work safely. All four of these components are equally important!

• 30-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 5-Minute Message to Management Video • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Driver Skill Cards • 10-Question Interactive Quiz • 1 Awareness Poster

Online Training

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

15 points

Injury Prevention Around Tankers

This course covers: • Safety precautions to take while working around tankers • Proper methods for safely loading and unloading contents from a tanker Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-49838

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15 points

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THIS J. J. KELLER SERVICE HELPS YOU

MEET TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

+

REDUCE YOUR WORKLOAD ®

J. J. Keller Training Program Management Service Ideal for companies with: Diverse Training Requirements

Mixed Training Formats

Multiple Work Locations

Frequent Employee Training

This one-of-a-kind service helps you be sure your workplace is safer and your employees are trained to meet regulatory and company-specific requirements. A dedicated J. J. Keller ® Compliance Specialist manages the administration of your training program, including: Tracking the training status of employees Auditing training documentation for accuracy Notifying you of upcoming or past due training Updating training records when required

“With J. J. Keller’s Training Program Management Service, once I select the curriculum, it goes on autopilot for me for the year. Everything I need to satisfy senior management, OSHA, and third-party agencies is provided to me by my training administrator and partner at J. J. Keller. The process is quite easy but very comprehensive and complete.” John Hare Director Of Health Safety and Environmental FloWorks International LLC

Using our online portal, you also get ongoing oversight of your training program, with all of your training records stored in one centralized, secure location.

Contact us today to discuss how the J. J. Keller ® Training Program Management Service can help you.

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TRANSPORT SAFETY

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PERSONAL SAFETY & SECURITY FOR CMV DRIVERS Discusses the potential threats drivers face and their best course of action to keep themselves safe from theft and physical violence, including: • Protecting themselves against potential dangers to their personal safety during trip planning, when on the road, and during every stop along the way • Developing a heightened sense of awareness of their surroundings and any potential dangers they may encounter • Recognizing threats and reacting appropriately to keep the situation from escalating • Applying techniques to minimize their risk of being targeted

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48469

$395

Pay Per View

CT-48450

$85

Online Training

CT-48451 NEW CT-57394 SPANISH Additional Training Component

Driver Handbook

CT-48998

DVD program includes:

• 23-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 23-Minute Hazard Perception Challenge® Scenarios • Before You Head Out • Road Rage • Truck or Rest Stop • Drop-off Location • 3-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Trainer Guide • 10-Question Interactive Quiz • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48469.

Is your cargo

PROTECTED

25 points ea.

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

EDITOR TIP Commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers spend most of their workday out on the road. Whether they are traveling to unfamiliar locations or following a routine route, a potential threat to their personal safety and security can appear from anywhere. This program is designed to help drivers learn to recognize and avoid possibly harmful situations. Specifically, it is a candid discussion of the potential threats drivers face and their best course of action to keep themselves safe from theft and physical violence.

Kathy Close

J. J. Keller® Editor, Transport Safety

Security Seals

Visit JJKeller.com/Seals

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DRY VAN CARGO SECUREMENT • Securement requirements and proper securement techniques for various types of dry vans and reefers • LTL shipments and commodity-specific standards • Working load limit and aggregate working load limits standards

DVD program includes:

• 18-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 10 Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 10 Wallet Cards • 2 Awareness Posters

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-12172

$325

Pay Per View

CT-41307

$65

CT-43848

25 points

Online Training

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-12181

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEO • Commentary (4 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-12172.

Program contains animated scenarios to demonstrate key points.

Are your loads

SECURE

Cargo Securement Supplies Visit JJKeller.com

Cargo Securement Handbook For Drivers

The Cargo Securement Handbook For Drivers explains how to properly use tiedown devices for greater overall safety. Features easy-to-understand text with how-to photos, detailed diagrams, and charts. Over 190 pages. Features information like: • U.S. FMCSA cargo •C  ommodity-specific •D  efault working load limits securement requirements securement regulations for unmarked tiedowns • The securement system •R  ules for heavy vehicles, • Tiedown quick reference and its components equipment and machinery • Frequently asked questions

Includes commodity-specific securement requirements. Description Spiral-bound 7" W x 5" L

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Product Code CT-10220

Price (ea.)

10–24 $8.39 5–9 $8.49 1–4 $8.99

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TRANSPORT SAFETY 101

CARGO SECUREMENT FLATBEDS • Helps satisfy 49 CFR Part 392 and 393, Subpart I requirements • Addresses flatbed rub rail issues • Describes the difference between “direct” and “indirect” tiedowns and how to calculate the working load limit for each • Discusses the number of tiedowns required and their placement • Clarifies whether a headerboard or bulkhead is required and how having one changes the securement requirements • Discusses the importance of using manufacturers’ Working Load Limits (WLL) when selecting securement devices • Emphasizes the driver’s responsibility to re-examine loads en route • Covers CSA implications of cargo securement violations • E xpands on practical applications to review best practices and recommendations • Features stand-alone video segments on: heavy equipment, lumber and building materials, metal coils, concrete pipes, and logs

DVD program includes:

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 3-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Awareness Poster •1  Cargo Securement FLATBEDS Driver Training Packet

BONUS VIDEO • Hazard Perception Challenge (10 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-19071.

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Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-19071

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41304

$85

Online Training

CT-43846

25 points

Additional Training Component Driver Handbook

CT-19076

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Cargo Securement Flatbeds Driver Training Packet Pre-packaged to include the individual materials for one driver. Stored in 7½" W x 10½" L envelope. Each packet contains: • 1 Driver Handbook Need more? See above. • 1 Cargo Securement Handbook for Drivers • 1 Tiedown Calculator Product Code CT-19072

Price (ea.) 10–24 $14.39 5–9 $15.19 1-4 $15.99

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From a dollars and cents standpoint, using the

J. J. KellerŽ Training Program Management Service certainly makes sense. — JOHN HARE

Director of Health, Safety and Environmental FloWorks International LLC

About FloWorks

FloWorks International is a leading specialty supplier of pipe, valves, fittings and related products and an expert provider of flexible technical solutions to the energy and industrial sectors. FloWorks is headquartered in Houston, Texas and currently operates 40 facilities worldwide.

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John is in regular contact with his compliance specialist, who helps him assemble a monthly training report

ith 40 FloWorks International locations, keeping track of training for every employee at every location was cumbersome for John Hare, director of health, safety and environmental for the company. Until he discovered the J. J. Keller® Training Program Management Service, that is. “Prior to using this service, we kept track of all the training in house through a combination of branch managers and administrative assistants, and there was no consistency. Today, all tracking is consolidated with J. J. Keller, and our managers and administrative staff can focus on other priorities.”

“I can pull a concise, monthly list of all the training that’s been completed, which I can easily put into a report to our executives.” John uses the service to help him keep track of monthly training for 300 employees. A J. J. Keller compliance specialist combines all of his training data; reviews and updates all of his training records; and alerts him to training coming due.

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“This service saves us time, plus it brings us 100% consistency. “I know at a moment’s notice if I’m asked in an audit whether we have completed training. I can say ‘yes we have’ and ‘here’s the date it was completed and the scores received.’ That gives me a great deal of confidence.” The service makes it simple for John to share training results as well. Its online Client Information Center gives John instant access to the current status of his training program, alerts on training activities requiring attention, and searchable training records. “I can pull a concise, monthly list of all the training that’s been completed, which I can easily put into a report to our executives.” John is glad he decided to let J. J. Keller manage his training recordkeeping.

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LOADING DOCK AND WAREHOUSE SAFETY: THE “INS AND OUTS” • Shows how to spot and prevent typical hazards that cause incidents • Covers critical topics: unloading trucks and trailers, pedestrians, securement, cargo damage, use of lifting equipment, and more

Training Formats DVD Program

CT-9353

$325

Pay Per View

CT-24476

$50

DVD program includes:

• 20-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Action Cards • 1 Awareness Poster To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-9353.

MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT SAFETY: THE “UPS AND DOWNS” • Teaches when to use which type of equipment and how • Reviews important safety procedures related to the use of material handling equipment • Covers critical topics: pallet jacks, hand trucks, forklifts, pedestrian safety, dock levelers, and more

DVD program includes:

Training Formats DVD Program

CT-9354

$325

Pay Per View

CT-24477

$50

Need more TRAINING

• 23-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Action Cards • 1 Awareness Poster

Material Handling Safety See page 32.

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-9354.

Wheel Chocks & Dockboards This course is designed to provide employees with knowledge to safely use wheel chocks and dockboards for loading and unloading transport vehicles. After completing this course, drivers will be able to: • Recognize best practices in the safe use of wheel chocks • Identify safety standards to follow when using dockboards Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-50835

JJKeller.com/Training

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15 points

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TRANSPORT SAFETY 105

MOTORCOACH DRIVER TRAINING • Vehicle Inspections (25-Minute Video) teaches drivers how to assess their vehicles for mechanical and other problems that may lead to crashes, unsafe operating conditions, or out-ofservice violations • Defensive Driving (21-Minute Video) helps drivers develop proactive skills for recognizing risks on the road to keep hazards from becoming crashes

Each DVD program includes:

• Closed-Captioned Video with Quiz • Note To Trainer Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD •1  0 Motorcoach Driver Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) DVD Program

Pay Per View

Online Training

Vehicle Inspections CT-26554

$325 ea.

Defensive Driving CT-26559 Vehicle Inspections CT-41329

$85 ea.

Defensive Driving CT-41311 Vehicle Inspections CT-26548

25 points ea.

Defensive Driving CT-26552

Additional Training Components Driver Handbook

BONUS VIDEO • Commentary

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search the DVD product code.

Vehicle Inspections CT-26560

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Defensive Driving CT-26545

Passenger-Carrying Driver Handbook

Provides passenger-carrying drivers plain-English explanations and best practices for nearly every aspect of their job. Also includes quizzes. Over 190 pages.

Written by Tom Bray, one of our subject-matter experts with over 30 years of experience in the transportation industry.

Description Spiral-bound 7" W x 5" L

Product Code CT-41819

Price (ea.) 10–24 $8.99 5–9 $9.29 1–4 $9.79

Hours Of Service Rules For Passenger-Carrying CMV Drivers This course covers:

• The purpose of the hours-of-service regulations and their impact on drivers

• How to comply with hours-of-service rules

• How to keep track of a driver’s hours of service using an AOBRD, ELD, or paper logs

• How exceptions to hours of service apply to drivers at their company Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-50049

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25 points

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106 TRANSPORT SAFETY

Safe Driving: School Bus Drivers School bus drivers face unique challenges, including making sure children enter and exit the bus safely, as well as trying to keep their eyes on the road while watching out for their passengers. The training solutions below will develop your school bus drivers’ safety skills to help them prevent accidents.

Individual Pay Per View Programs Accident Procedures

Provides strategies for dealing with traffic accidents, including nine steps to take after a crash.

CT-24589

$50

CT-24592

$50

CT-24590

$50

CT-24484

$50

City Driving

Explains how to deal with heavy traffic, including communicating with other drivers, keeping a safety cushion of space around the bus, anticipating hazards, and maintaining a good attitude.

Defensive Driving

Reviews visual scanning, road hazards, and communicating clearly with other motorists.

Driving Techniques

Explains defensive driving and how to be a better decision maker as well as emphasizes safety skills for railroad crossings, turning, merging, intersections, and backing.

Tom Bray

CT-24729

$50

CT-24728

$50

Training On Demand has made it more convenient to train our drivers who are independent contractors, especially since many of the courses are mobile friendly. The online content is always up to date and includes helpful quizzes along the way along with a final test. I have had many positive responses from drivers after completing the courses. I would definitely recommend this service. Debbie Raymond | Directory of Safety | The Evans Network of Companies | Schuylkill Haven, PA

Seeing Hazards

Discusses proper seat and mirror positioning, correct mirror use, overcoming restricted vision, proper visual scanning techniques, and improving hazard awareness.

Training On Demand

“The course content is always up to date ...”

Passenger Safety

Explains proper entering and exiting procedures, emergency bus evacuations, and setting and enforcing effective conduct rules.

School bus drivers have a difficult job every day. They face adverse weather conditions, a driving assignment that involves stopping and starting in traffic multiple times per hour (leading to many possible traffic conflicts), as well as looking out for the children as they board and exit. Because of these and other challenges they face, providing them with the training necessary to do their job is critical!

J. J. Keller® Transportation Consultant, Editorial Resource Area

Emergency Maneuvers

Discusses the importance of knowing what to do when emergency situations occur and helps build and refine skills so making the right choice becomes second nature.

EDITOR TIP

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL CT-24485

$50

CT-24591

$50

CT-24588

$50

Using Your Mirrors

Covers proper use of mirrors when driving, waiting, merging, passing, and backing, as well as adjusting mirrors prior to and during operation.

Vehicle Inspections

Stresses the importance of completing regular, thorough pre- and post-trip inspections, and reviews a seven-step inspection process.

JJKeller.com/Training

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108 OIL & GAS SAFETY

Protect employees from dangers and health hazards specific to the oil and gas industry while meeting

applicable OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations.

108-110

OIL & GAS SAFETY

H2S Understand The Dangers Handbook

A lot of the on-the-job hazards in your industry are obvious. Corrosion. Confined spaces. Heavy machinery. And then there’s hydrogen sulfide — a colorless, flammable gas that can be incredibly harmful. Because H2S is common in oil and gas processes and industrial operations, we’ve created this compact, easy-to-understand handbook. It’s a practical addition to onsite H2S training, and a handy field reference for both workers and supervisors. 32 pages. Includes: • The properties of H2S and what makes it dangerous • H2S sources, protective measures, and PPE • Symptoms and health effects of exposure • Medical and first aid treatments • General evacuation and emergency response procedures • Dedicated pages for your site-specific emergency action plan Description Softbound 51/4" W x 81/4" L

Product Code CT-30108

Price (ea.) 10-24 $9.79 5-9 $9.99 1–4 $10.49

Hydrogen Sulfide For Oil & Gas After completing this course, employees will understand: • Potentially dangerous properties of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) • Sources of hydrogen sulfide exposure • Using H2S exposure limits to determine when exposures are not within safe limits • Protective measures to guard against hydrogen sulfide exposure • Appropriate personal protective equipment • Planning an escape route given an area’s wind direction and terrain • Symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure • Response to an emergency release of hydrogen sulfide Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-40578

JJKeller.com/Training

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30 points

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Oil & Gas Employee Safety Handbook

A wide variety of hazards are present at an oil and gas site. This handbook helps you properly protect employees and train them on critical oil and gas field topics, including worker safety and health, and common workplace hazards. Topics covered include: • Fall protection — including requirements under the Walking-Working Surfaces Rule • Personal protective equipment • Worksite exposures such as H2S and the new requirements under the OSHA Silica Rule • Fire prevention • Material handling/forklift safety • Site preparation The handbook features full-color photos to illustrate key points, chapter quizzes to test employee understanding, and a removable employee receipt page for easy documentation. 264 pages. Description

Product Code

Price (ea.)

Perfect-bound Handbook 51/4" W x 81/4" L

CT-28312

10-24 $13.89 5-9 $14.19 1–4 $14.99

Answer Key

CT-37381

FREE with order

Oilfield Logs

If your commercial motor vehicles are specially constructed to service oil wells, waiting time at an oil well or natural gas site can be counted as off-duty time and does not count toward the 14-hour period. These logs were created just for this unique driving situation. They have a fifth line for recording off-duty time while drivers are waiting. • Includes detailed DVIR • 2-ply, carbonless •7  0 hour/8 day and 60 hour/7 day recap

NAME ADDRESS

• 8½" W x 11" L overall size

ADDRESS

NAME ADDRESS

ADDRESS

Book Format

31 sets of forms per book Stock

Personalized Two-In-One Logs

CT-15062 300–499 $7.80 ea. 200–299 $8.63 ea. 100–199 $9.02 ea.

CT-19743 500–999 $7.09 ea. 300–499 $8.08 ea. 150–299 $12.95 ea.

Duplicate Log

Duplicate Logs CT-15060 300–499 $3.85 ea. 200–299 $4.00 ea. 100–199 $4.41 ea.

PERSONALIZE your logs with name and address. Search by product code at JJKeller.com.

CT-19741 500–999 $5.02 ea. 300–499 $7.33 ea. 150–299 $10.79 ea.

Two-In-One Log

Hours Of Service Rules For Oil & Gas CMV Drivers Explains how FMCSA hours-of-service (HOS) rules apply to the oil and gas industry. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Recognize the purpose of HOS regulations • E xplain how to apply HOS regulations, including on-duty and driving limits and the restart options available to them • Describe how to track HOS using an AOBRD, ELD or paper logs • Identify which HOS exceptions apply to them Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51541

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25 points

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OIL & GAS ONLINE

SAFETY TRAINING

24/7 UNLIMITED ACCESS

To Online Training Courses Specific To The Oil And Gas Industry J. J. Keller has partnered with Moxie Media to provide full curriculums of Rig Pass, SafeGulf, and SafeLand. Choose from nearly 50 titles covering the most important oil and gas topics, from benzene to water entry and survival.

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HAZMAT SAFETY 111

Help comply with 49 CFR 172.704 hazmat training requirements for drivers and all other hazmat employees.

HAZMAT SAFETY

111-116

Hazmat Made Easier Handbook (3rd Edition)

Easy-to-understand handbook takes a very simple approach, using clear language and all-new images to help employees understand the Hazardous Materials Regulations. Plus, all sections have been updated and rearranged to match the order that they are typically used. Key topics covered in the handbook include: • Incident reporting • Shipping papers • Training • Security plan • Response information • Hazmat Table • Definitions • Placarding • Packaging • Highway transport • Marking • Loading/unloading • Labeling Includes an all-new quiz to help you test employees’ comprehension of the material. The handbook can be used as a stand-alone training aid or used as an enhancement to a training program you already have. 110 pages. 3rd edition.

Includes a receipt page to help you document your training. Description

Product Code

Softbound Handbook 5" W x 8" L

CT-56185

Answer Key

CT-11155

Hazmat Made Easier Handbook

Price (ea.)

“Excellent source for basic information.”

25–49 $6.69 10–24 $6.89 5–9 $6.99

Good for test preparation and as a reference tool. fmmti | Safety Professional | Union, NJ

FREE

ONLINE REVIEW

HazSafety Training Advisor Newsletter

This training newsletter helps you train employees who work in areas where hazardous materials are produced, handled, or disposed of. Each monthly issue focuses on a key training topic and includes a training blueprint and materials to keep employees aware of safety and compliance when working with hazmat. It also includes thorough answers to frequently asked questions, a takeaway summary, and more. Print and online editions. 1 year (12 issues). CT-42364 $279

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Hazmat: General Awareness Training Help your employees meet the general awareness training requirement 49 CFR 172.704(a)(1). After completing the program, employees should be able to: • Identify the required training all hazmat employees must receive • Determine if a material is hazardous • Recognize the hazard classes and divisions used to identify hazardous materials • Recall what makes a material a hazardous substance, marine pollutant, or elevated-temperature material • Indicate the importance of the Hazmat Table • Communicate a material’s hazards through the use of shipping papers, markings, labels, and placards Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-46082

25 points

Pay Per View

CT-52040

$85

Hazmat: Safety Training Help your employees meet the safety training requirement 49 CFR 172.704(a)(3). After completing the program, employees should be able to: • Discuss emergency response information requirements • Describe the types of safety training their employer may provide to keep them safe while working around hazmat Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-51916

15 points

Pay Per View

CT-52052

$85

Hazmat: Security Awareness Training Help your employees meet the security awareness training requirement 49 CFR 172.704(a)(4). After completing the program, employees should be able to: • Recognize potential hazmat security threats and ways to reduce them • Identify suspicious behaviors and describe how to report suspicious activity • List precautions drivers should take to keep hazmat safe while en route to its destination Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-50066 NEW CT-57428 SPANISH

Pay Per View

CT-52051

15 points ea. $85

Are employees

TRAINED

Function-Specific Hazmat Online Training See page 114.

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HAZMAT: TRAINING FOR ALL EMPLOYEES Train your hazmat employees in all four required areas: General Awareness, Function-Specific, Safety, and Security Awareness. Can be used for initial and refresher training. Program includes three videos: • General Awareness Training familiarizes employees with the HMR, helping them to work safely around hazmat. • Safety Training provides employees with the information they need to keep themselves, and others, safe around hazardous materials. • Security Awareness Training introduces employees to security risks associated with the hazmat transportation process and ways to enhance security, as well as how to spot a possible security threat and respond appropriately. Also includes a Trainer Guide and additional training materials that can be used to conduct required Function-Specific and In-Depth Security training.

DVD program includes:

• 3 Closed-Captioned Videos • Hazmat: General Awareness Training (19 minutes) • Hazmat: Safety Training (11 minutes) • Hazmat: Security Awareness Training (15 minutes) • 4-Minute Message To Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide (approximately 104 pages) • 1 Hazmat Employee Training Packet (see right) •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 10 Wallet Cards •1  Combined Hazardous Materials Warning Label & Placard Chart • 1 Hazmat Load and Segregation Chart • 1 Employee Training Record & Certification Form To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-50089.

Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

Pay Per View

Safety Training CT-52052

$85 ea.

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25 points ea.

Security Awareness Training CT-52051 General Awareness Training CT-46082

Online Training

See opposite page for descriptions.

Security Awareness Training CT-50066

Video Training Book

CT-50090

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Hazmat Employee Training Packet

CT-51922

10–24 $13.09 ea. 5–9 $13.99 ea. 1–4 $14.49 ea.

Hazmat Employee Training Packet

Help your trainees better understand and retain the training material contained in the Hazmat: Training For All Employees program by giving each of them a Hazmat Employee Training Packet. It includes a copy of the Employee Workbook, plus handy visual aids, and is a better value than purchasing the components separately. • 1 Employee Workbook •1H  azmat Warning Label Chart • 1Hazmat Placard Chart •1H  azmat Marking Chart •1H  azmat Load And Segregation Chart

CT-51922

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$429

General Awareness Training CT-52040

Product Code

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CT-50089

DVD Program

Price (ea.) 10–24 $13.09 5–9 $13.99 1–4 $14.49

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Function-Specific Hazmat Online Training

Before taking these courses, employees must have hazmat general awareness, security awareness, and safety knowledge from experience or successful completion of training.

Use these courses to help satisfy the function-specific training requirements of 49 CFR §172.704(a)(2). Additional Function Specific Hazmat Online Courses (see page 65 for information on points)

Hazmat: Labeling

Helps employees learn labeling specifications and requirements as well as identify hazmat labeling and describe what each label means.

CT-46079

25 points

CT-46084

25 points

Hazmat: Loading/Unloading & Load Segregation Helps employees apply loading and unloading requirements for safe hazmat handling. Also covers using the segregation and compatibility tables to determine proper storage and transportation of hazmat.

Hazmat: Marking

Covers marking specifications and requirements for both non-bulk and bulk packaging.

CT-46078

25 points

CT-46085

25 points

CT-46080

25 points

Hazmat: Packaging

Helps employees identify manufacturer’s markings on hazmat packaging and what each code means. Also explains how to select appropriate packaging.

Hazmat: Placarding

Explains placarding specifications and requirements, and helps employees identify hazmat placarding and what each placard means.

Hazmat: Reporting An Incident

Discusses when to report a hazmat incident, who to call, and what to include. Also covers when and how to submit a written incident report to PHMSA.

CT-46081

25 points

CT-46077

25 points

CT-43856

25 points

Hazmat: Shipping Papers

Explains the importance of shipping papers, and demonstrates when and how to fill them out. Also discusses shipping paper retention requirements.

Hazmat: The Hazardous Materials Table

Covers what the Hazmat Table is and why it is important in hazmat transportation, as well as how to navigate the table to verify information.

EDITOR TIP Did you know that any employee meeting the definition of hazmat employee in 49 CFR 171.8 Definitions and abbreviations must receive hazardous materials training? As defined, hazmat employee means a person who is:

• Employed on a full-time, part-time, or temporary basis by a hazmat employer and who in the course of such full-time, part-time or temporary employment, directly affects hazardous materials transportation safety; • Self-employed (including an owner-operator of a motor vehicle, vessel, or aircraft) transporting hazardous materials in commerce, who in the course of such self-employment, directly affects hazardous materials transportation safety; • A railroad signalman; or a railroad maintenance-of-way employee.

Hazmat employee includes an individual, employed on a full-time, parttime, or temporary basis by a hazmat employer, or who is self-employed, who during the course of employment: • Loads, unloads, or handles hazardous materials; • Designs, manufactures, fabricates, inspects, marks, maintains, reconditions, repairs, or tests a package, container, or packaging component that is represented, marked, certified, or sold as qualified for use in transporting hazardous material in commerce; • Prepares hazardous materials for transportation; • Is responsible for safety of transporting hazardous materials; or operates a vehicle used to transport hazardous materials. So, in short, anyone who directly affects the safety of a hazardous material during the hazmat transportation process must be trained.

Mike Atkinson

J. J. Keller® Editor, Hazardous Materials Transportation

Hazmat: Highway Transportation Driver Training Before taking this course, drivers must have hazmat general awareness, security awareness, and safety knowledge from experience or successful completion of training. It helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements for transportation by highway. After completing this course, drivers should be able to: • E xplain what additional licensing and registration requirements are necessary before transporting hazmat • Decide what hazmat documentation is needed and where to store it during transport • Take precautions to keep cargo safe and secure during transport • Discuss what to do in the event of a hazmat incident or accident during transportation Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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HAZMAT TRANSPORTATION: DRIVER TRAINING This program features helpful guidance on: • Packaging and marking • Hazmat classification • Labels • The Hazardous Materials Table • Placards • Shipping papers • Loading and segregation • Emergency response • Transportation safety information • Security awareness Because a hazmat driver’s responsibilities vary so much from company to company, this training program features a training checklist with special focus on function-specific training. The use of this checklist helps ensure that every driver receives the required training necessary to do their job right.

DVD program includes:

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 6-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 1 Hazmat Driver Training Packet. See at right. • 1 Driver Awareness Poster • Hazmat Label/Placard Wall Chart • Loading and Segregation Wall Chart • 10 Hazmat Employee Training Record & Certification Forms • 10 Wallet Cards To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-38336.

Can be used to conduct initial and refresher training.

Training Formats DVD Program

CT-38336

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CT-41308

Video Training Book

CT-48685

$395 $85 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Hazmat Driver Training Packet

Add on to Pay Per View Video, Online Training, and Video Training Book.

CT-40546

10–24 $8.99 ea. 5–9 $9.49 ea. 1–4 $9.99 ea.

Hazmat Driver Training Packet

Pre-packaged to include individual materials for one driver. Conveniently stored in a 10" x 13" envelope. Each packet contains: • 1 Hazmat Driver Workbook • 1 Hazmat Label Chart (with regulations) • 1 Hazmat Placard Chart (with regulations) • 1 Load and Segregation Chart (two-sided) • 1 Hazmat Marking Chart Product Code CT-40546

Price (ea.) 10–24 $8.99 5–9 $9.49 1–4 $9.99

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Hazmat Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers

Now there’s an affordable way to give your hazmat drivers the easy-to-understand information and answers they need to stay compliant. Hazmat Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers addresses the who, what, when, where, why and how of transporting hazardous materials, including: • Roadside inspections • Required credentials and documentation • Delivering the load • Accepting loads • Post-delivery duties • Driving with hazmat This easy-to-read handbook goes beyond the regulations to provide practical information and awareness drivers can use every day to simplify compliance. Unique features make the handbook user-friendly: • Highlighted “call outs” throughout emphasize important information at a glance • FAQs in every chapter offer quick answers to the most common hazmat questions • Table of Contents and index help drivers quickly find specific information • Bullet points, tables and charts break up the type for easier reading and aid in understanding 192 pages. 7" W x 5" L. Spiral-bound.

Hazmat Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers

“Very Handy”

Content was detailed and to the point. Very easy to navigate book for queries. Compact size benefits user.

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Written by a team of veteran technical experts who draw on their combined regulatory and real-world experiences (including hauling hazmat) to make this complex material easier for drivers to understand. Product Code CT-27810

ONLINE REVIEW

Price (ea.) 10–24 $8.79 5–9 $8.89 1–4 $9.39

Injury Prevention Around Tankers Working with tankers puts CMV drivers at increased risk of injury due to the dangers associated with a tanker and its contents. This program is designed to help drivers avoid preventable injuries while working around tankers by recognizing and avoiding risks and adopting safe work practices. After completing this program, drivers will be able to: • Recognize safety precautions to take while working around tankers • Explain how to safely load and unload contents from a tanker Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Course

CT-49838

15 points

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Train supervisors and employees on key regulatory and best practice topics to

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Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

• Gives supervisors a working knowledge of the FMLA so they can help protect themselves and their company from violations and lawsuits • Covers eligibility requirements; qualifying reasons; serious health conditions vs. minor illnesses; and intermittent and reduced schedule leave • Includes real-world scenarios with appropriate responses to issues your supervisors may face • Provides information on military family leave provisions

DVD Program

CT-17827

$395

Pay Per View

CT-41375

$85

CT-24829

30 points

Online Training

Additional Training Component Supervisor Handbook

DVD program includes:

CT-17822

• 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video 4-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Discussion Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 10 Supervisor Handbooks. Need more? See at right.

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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ADA FOR SUPERVISORS • Communicates the key provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to supervisors • Helps supervisors understand the importance of providing reasonable accommodations to an employee or applicant with a disability • Covers reasonable accommodations, recognizing when protections apply, “regarded as” provisions, essential functions, the need for detailed job descriptions, undue hardship, and direct threat • Provides scenarios that illustrate how the ADA works in practice

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CT-17830

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When an employee requests a change in the workplace, or when it is obvious one is needed, engage in an interactive process with the employee, with a focus on identifying possible effective, reasonable accommodations. The process can include a discussion regarding the employee’s limitations in regard to the essential job functions. Failure to engage in this process can be seen as a violation of the ADA. A request for a workplace change could be as simple as an employee providing a doctor’s note that involves restrictions or even time off.

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ACTIVE SHOOTER/ACTIVE THREAT Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

This program helps employees anticipate and recognize an active shooter/active threat situation and respond appropriately.

DVD Program

After completing the program, employees will be able to: •D  escribe warning signs of potential workplace violence • Discuss how to prepare themselves for an active threat situation • Recognize signs that an active threat is near • Identify the best course of action to take if confronted with an active shooter and execute the plan • E xplain what to do when police arrive on the scene

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4 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions for both supervisors and employees. 2 Closed-Captioned Videos: • How To Survive An Active Shooter (26 minutes) •O  rganizational Preparedness & Recovery (22 minutes) • 2 Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) •1  1 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. •1  Trainer Tools USB which includes videos, customizable PowerPoint® presentation, Trainer Guide PDF and more • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) BONUS VIDEOS • Active Shooter: Avoid (3 minutes) • Active Shooter: Deny (3 minutes) • Active Shooter: Defend (5 minutes)

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WORKPLACE BULLYING & VIOLENCE TRAINING FOR SUPERVISORS AND EMPLOYEES Training Formats (see page 65 for information on points)

Program covers: • Background on bullying (who can be a perpetrator or victim) • What bullying is and isn’t • E ffects of bullying • Common bullying situations and response scenarios • Workplace violence (domestic and criminal) • Reporting procedures • Investigations • Documentation

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DVD program includes:

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SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION • Shows helpful bystanders IDEA™ anti-harassment actions: - Intervene by distracting or interrupting the harasser - Direct by talking directly to the harasser after the encounter - Elevate by asking a manager or HR for help addressing it - Approach the victim and provide help and support • Includes a module focused on supervisor responsibilities • Covers how to confront a harasser; the difference between Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Environment; conducting thorough investigations; and much more

DVD program includes:

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What Is Sexual Harassment?

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• IDEA™ Anti-Harassment Actions (Customer/Vendor) (8 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-56063 In 2018, the EEOC collected nearly $70 million in penalties and litigation for sexual harassment violations.

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Diversity & Discrimination — Employee Training This program features scenarios that help viewers recognize and address discrimination issues. Program covers: • Forms of discrimination • Reducing the potential for a hostile work environment • How employees benefit from a diverse workforce Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-25819

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Diversity & Discrimination — Supervisor Training This program features scenarios that help viewers recognize and address discrimination issues. Program covers: • Terminating an older employee • Employees of different ethnicities working together • Granting days off for religious observance • Promotions based on gender rather than performance Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

Employee Relations Management Today Newsletter

This monthly resource reminds those who manage employees how workplace issues can escalate into legal action and explains how their actions can result in liability for themselves and the company. CT-42388 $279

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Employee Health & Wellness Training Advisor: LivingRight® Control insurance costs and promote work-life balance with this program. Each month, you’ll receive a kit containing a 17" W x 22" L poster and 50 employee bulletins, making it easy to help employees understand the monthly topic, its health implications, and applicable positive lifestyle choices they can make. Recent topics have included: • Weight • Cold and flu • Heart health • Healthy eating • Addictions • Stress • Mental and emotional health • Tobacco • Allergies/asthma • Diabetes • Water

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SUBSTANCE ABUSE: TRAINING FOR SUPERVISORS AND EMPLOYEES • Teaches supervisors how to recognize the signs of alcohol and drug use and abuse as well as how to respond in an effective manner and minimize liability • Educates employees on the signs of alcohol and drug use and abuse and how to work with supervisors to maintain a safe work environment • Raises awareness of the types and purposes of alcohol and drug testing procedures • Provides a cautionary message on the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse and encourages abusers to seek help

DVD program includes:

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Online Training

Additional Training Component Handbooks

2 programs in 1. Includes Supervisor and Employee versions. • 25-Minute Closed-Captioned Video For Supervisors • 3-Minute Note To Trainer Video For Supervisors • 13-Minute Closed-Captioned Video For Employees • 3-Minute Note To Trainer Video For Employees • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Supervisor Workbook • 1 Awareness Poster

BONUS VIDEOS • Scenarios For Supervisors (10 minutes) • Scenarios For Employees (12 minutes)

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Substance Abuse: Training For Supervisors And Employees

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Addressing Personal Issues Covers excessive absences, heavy scents and their effects on coworkers, personal appearance on the job, body odor, and potential ADA implications Training Format Pay Per View Program

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Conducting Layoffs And Terminations Covers terminating for tardiness, poor job performance, violence, and gross misconduct, as well as responding to termination rumors Training Format Pay Per View Program

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Providing Performance Coaching Covers helping an employee take an active role in the improvement plan, keeping the emphasis on performance rather than other factors, the importance of listening and providing feedback, and keeping sessions private and confidential Training Format Pay Per View Program

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Team Building — Supervisor & Employee Supervisor training covers: • Team management techniques, tools and processes as well as how to remove, mitigate or overcome obstacles to teamwork Employee training covers: • The intricacies of building and sustaining effective, productive teams that work to achieve common goals Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

CT-25816 SUPERVISOR CT-25817 EMPLOYEE

25 points ea.

Effective Communication — Supervisor & Employee Supervisor training covers: • Multiple facets of managerial communication such as persuasion, negotiation, listening, praise and perception Employee training covers: • What to say and why, knowing how to say it, effective listening, and reaching an understanding Training Format (see page 65 for information on points) Online Training

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Managing Conflict Covers helping employees work together, maintaining tact and providing examples of problem behavior, when it’s necessary to include a witness in a disciplinary meeting, and differences in work styles Training Format Pay Per View Program

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Limit Your Company’s Liability Ensure Employees Are Well Informed Of Your Expectations.

The best way to prevent HR issues is to clearly communicate to your employees about applicable regulations, best practices, and your company’s expectations.

J. J. Keller makes it easy, with a wide variety of online courses, including: • Appropriate Email & Internet Use

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INDEX 127

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Accident Procedures: Driver Training Series................................................. 73 Accident Procedures: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Active Shooter/Active Threat Training..........119 ADA For Supervisors Training........................118 Addressing Personal Issues Training............ 124 Aerial Lifts For Construction Training............ 60 Aerial Lifts For General Industry Training...... 34 Air Brakes Training............................................. 73 Air Monitoring And Medical Program: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 49 Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know Driver Handbook................. 80 Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know Training.................................. 80 Arc Flash/Arc Blast Awareness & Safety Training................................................. 25 Asbestos Awareness Training.......................... 50

B

Back Safety: Keep Your Back In Action Training................................................ 53 Backing & Parking: Straight Truck Series Training................................................. 94 Backing Techniques: Driver Training Series............................................... 73 Bloodborne Pathogens: Safety In The Workplace Training Program........................ 19 Bucket Truck Safety Training............................ 71

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Canada: A Driver’s Guide To Hours Of Service Training............................................... 77 Cargo Securement FLATBEDS Driver Training Packet.............................................. 101 Cargo Securement FLATBEDS Training ...... 101 Cargo Securement Handbook For Drivers...................................................... 100 Caught-In Or Caught-Between For Construction Training..................................... 62 Chemical Fundamentals Training: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 City Driving Training.......................................... 73 City Driving: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Cold Stress Training........................................... 55 Compliance Library........................................... 96 Compressed Gas Cylinders.............................. 34 Computer Workstation & Design Use Training..................................................... 52 Conducting Layoffs & Terminations Training........................................................... 124 Confined Spaces: Entry Team — Construction Activities Training................... 69 Confined Spaces: Entry Team Training — Maintenance Activities................................... 23

Confined Spaces: HAZWOPER Training........ 48 Construction Regulatory Update Newsletter With Poster ................................. 58 Construction Safety Basics Training............... 59 Coupling And Uncoupling: Double Trailers Training............................................. 88 Coupling And Uncoupling: Driver Training Series............................................... 73 Crane Inspection Report Forms ..................... 66 Crane Safety For General Industry Training............................................. 34 Crane Safety Handbook For Operators And Ground Crew........................................... 66 Cranes And Derricks For Construction Training..................................... 66 Crystalline Silica For Construction Employees Training........................................ 67 Crystalline Silica For Construction Employers Training......................................... 67 Crystalline Silica For General Industry Employees Training....................................... 41 Crystalline Silica For General Industry Employers Training......................................... 41 CSA: CSA Handbook: A Complete Guide For CMV Drivers........................................... 84 CSA Poster Series Kits.................................... 84 CSA: Know The Basics Training.................... 85 Custom Solutions............................................... 70

D

Decontamination: HAZWOPER Training........ 48 Defensive Driving For CMV Drivers Training............................................... 92 Defensive Driving For Light & Medium Duty Vehicles Training.................................... 93 Defensive Driving: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Distracted Driving Training.............................. 89 Diversity & Discrimination — Employee Training........................................ 122 Diversity & Discrimination — Supervisor Training....................................... 122 DOT Handbook: A Compliance Guide For Truck Drivers............................................. 89 Driver Qualification Training For Managers................................................... 88 Driver Training Series........................................ 73 Driver’s Guide To Hours Of Service Canada Training.............................................. 77 Driving Techniques: Driver Training Series................................................. 73 Driving Techniques: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Driving Techniques: Straight Truck Series Training................................................. 94 Dry Van Cargo Securement Training ........... 100

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Effective Communication — Supervisor & Employee Training..................................... 125 ELD Backup Log Book Kit................................. 76 ELD Basics Training............................................ 75 Electrical Safety & Lockout/Tagout: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Electrical Safety: Training For Unqualified Employees ................................. 25 Electrocution For Construction Training....... 62 Emergency & Post-Emergency Response Procedures: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Emergency Eyewash & Shower Use Training..................................................... 20 Emergency Maneuvers: Driver Training Series................................................. 73 Emergency Maneuvers: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Emergency Preparedness & Response Training........................................... 54 Emergency Response And Decontamination: HAZWOPER Training..... 49 Emergency Response Planning: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Emergency Response Training For Employees: HAZWOPER Training......... 49 Employee Food Safety Handbook.................... 6 Employee Health & Wellness Training Advisor: LivingRight®................................... 122 Employee Relations Management Today Newsletter.......................................... 122 Employee Safety Training Advisor Newsletter With Poster Program.................. 40 Encompass® Fleet Management System With Elogs.......................................... 74 Entry-Level Driver Training: Hazmat Endorsement Manual.................. 87 Obtaining A CDL Manual.......................... 86 Passenger & School Bus Endorsement Manual................................ 87 Excavations For Construction Training.......... 64 Exposure Monitoring & Sampling: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Extreme Weather Driving: Driver Training Series................................................. 73 EyeCue® Visual Learning System.................... 10

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Fall Protection For Construction Training............................... 62-63 Fall Protection For General Industry Training..............................................17 Fire Extinguisher Use Training......................... 29 Fire Prevention & Protection: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48

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128 INDEX Fire Prevention & Response: What Employees Need to Know Training.............. 29 First Aid Basics Training Program................... 20 First Aid Kit.......................................................... 20 Fixed Object Collisions: Driver Training Series................................................. 73 FleetMentorÂŽ Online Solution......................... 82 FMLA For Supervisors Training......................117 Focus Four Hazards For Construction Training..................................... 62

Hazard Recognition: HAZWOPER Training............................................................. 49 Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification: HAZWOPER Training............ 48 Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response Training........................................... 51 Hazardous Substances: Spill Discovery & Notification Training................................... 51 Hazcom, Hazmat & Hazardous Waste: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48

Forklift Safety: Forklift Safety Instructional Chart................ 31 Forklift Safety Poster....................................... 30 Forklift Training............................................... 31 Forklift Workshop For Construction Training...................................61 Forklifts: Ultimate Hazard Perception Challenge Training....................................... 32 Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation Training....................................... 33

Hazmat: Hazmat Driver Training Packet.....................115 Hazmat Employee Training Packet..............113 Hazmat Endorsement: Entry-Level Driver Training Manual.............................. 87 Hazmat Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers..............................116 Hazmat Made Easier Handbook..................111 Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training.....115 Hazmat: General Awareness Training ........112 Hazmat: Highway Transportation Training.........................................................114 Hazmat: Labeling Training............................114 Hazmat: Loading/Unloading & Load Segregation Training..................................114 Hazmat: Marking Training.............................114 Hazmat: Packaging Training.........................114 Hazmat: Placarding Training........................114 Hazmat: Reporting An Incident Training....114 Hazmat: Safety Training................................112 Hazmat: Security Awareness Training........112 Hazmat: Shipping Papers Training..............114 Hazmat: The Hazardous Materials Table Training...............................................114 Hazmat: Training For All Employees ..........113 HazSafety Training Advisor Newsletter......111

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GHS (see also Hazard Communication): DOT Wallet Card............................................. 46 GHS Poster Kits................................................ 46 GHS Safety Data Sheets For Construction Training.................................. 68 GHS Wallet Card.............................................. 46 HazCom: GHS Container Labels................... 44 HazCom: GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Training................................................ 44

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H2S For General Industry Training............. 47, 50 H2S Understand The Dangers Handbook....................................................... 108 Hand & Foot Protection: PPE Employee Essential Training............................................ 40 Hand & Power Tools For Construction Training............................................................. 68 Handling & Shipping Drums & Containers: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Hazard Communication (also see GHS): Hazard Communication In Construction Environments Training ................................ 68 HazCom Made Easier Handbook................. 45 HazCom: GHS Container Labels Training.......................................................... 44 HazCom: GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Training ............................................... 44 HazCom: Introduction To Hazard Communication & GHS Training................ 44 HazCom: What You Need To Know Training............................................... 45 HazSafety Training Advisor Newsletter......111 Hazard Perception Challenge: Slips, Trips And Falls Training Program ................. 13

HAZWOPER: 8-Hour Refresher Training For Waste Site Workers.................................................. 49 Air Monitoring And Medical Program......... 49 Awareness-Level Responders.................. 47 Chemical Fundamentals Training................. 48 Confined Spaces Training.............................. 48 Decontamination Training............................. 48 Electrical Safety & Lockout/Tagout Training.......................................................... 48 Emergency & Post-Emergency Response Procedures Training.................. 48 Emergency Response And Decontamination.......................................... 49 Emergency Response Planning Training..... 48 Emergency Response Refresher Training........................................................ 47 Emergency Response Training For Employees.............................................. 49 Exposure Monitoring & Sampling Training........................................ 48 Fire Prevention & Protection Training.......... 48

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HAZWOPER continued: Handling & Shipping Drums & Containers Training...................................... 48 Hazard Recognition........................................ 49 Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification Training.............................. 48 HazCom, Hazmat & Hazardous Waste Training.............................................. 48 Health & Physical Hazards Training.............. 48 Introduction To HAZWOPER For Waste Site Workers.................................................. 49 Medical Program Training............................. 48 Operations-Level & Hazmat Technician Level Responders Training....................... 47 Overview for Waste Site Workers Training.......................................................... 48 Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing Training.......................................... 48 PPE And Other Hazard Control Measures........................................................ 49 Radiation & Biological Exposures Training.......................................................... 48 Respiratory Protection Training.................... 48 Site Control Measures Training..................... 48 Temperature Extremes Training................... 48 Written HAZWOPER Plans & Programs Training........................................ 48 Head, Eye & Face Protection: Employee Essentials Training........................................... 40 Health & Physical Hazards: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Health Hazards For Construction Training.... 71 Hearing Protection: PPE Employee Essentials Training........................................... 40 Heat Stress Training........................................... 55 Hot Work: Safety Operations Training........... 27 Hours Of Service: Canada: A Driver’s Guide To Hours Of Service Training....................................... 77 ELD Backup Log Book Kit.............................. 76 ELD Basics Training......................................... 75 HOS Handbook: The Complete Guide For CMV Drivers........................................... 76 Hours Of Service & Driver Logs Workbook...................................................... 76 Hours Of Service Rules For Oil & Gas CMV Drivers Training................................. 109 Hours Of Service Rules For Passenger Carrying CMV Drivers Training................ 105 Hours Of Service Rules For Property Carrying CMV Drivers Training.................. 75 Hours Of Service: How To Fill Out Paper Logs Training..................................... 75 Oilfield Logs................................................... 109 Housekeeping & Maintenance Training......... 14 Human Trafficking Awareness For Drivers Handbook......................................... 83

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INDEX 129 Human Trafficking Awareness For Drivers Training............................................. 83 Human Trafficking Awareness Poster........ 83 Hydrogen Sulfide For Oil & Gas Training..... 108

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Incident Investigations For Accidents & Near Misses Training...................................... 54 Indoor Air Quality Training............................... 50 Industrial Ergonomics Training........................ 52 Injury Prevention Around Flatbeds Training............................................................. 97 Injury Prevention Around Tankers Training......................................................97, 116 Injury Prevention For CMV Drivers Training............................................................. 97 Introduction to HAZWOPER............................ 49

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Ladder Safety For General Industry Training............................................................. 16 Loading & Unloading: Straight Truck Series Training................................................. 95 Loading Dock And Warehouse Safety: The “Ins And Outs” Training........................ 104 Lockout/Tagout: Put A Lock On Hazardous Energy Training........................... 37 Log Books and Loose-Leaf Forms................. 109

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Machine Guarding Training.............................. 37 Managing Conflict Training ........................... 125 Master Driver Series Training........................... 73 Material Handling Equipment Safety: The “Ups And Downs” Training................... 104 Materials Handling Safety Training................. 32 Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal For Construction Training............. 60 Medical Program: HAZWOPER....................... 48 Motorcoach Driver Training........................... 105 Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation Training.......................................... 33

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Night Driving: Driver Training Series.............. 73

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Office Ergonomics Training............................. 52 Office Safety Training........................................ 52 Oil & Gas: H2S For General Industry Training................ 50 H2S Understand The Dangers Handbook.................................................... 108 Hours Of Service Rules For Oil & Gas CMV Drivers......................................... 109 Hydrogen Sulfide For Oil And Gas Training................................................. 108 Oil & Gas Employee Safety Handbook...... 109 Oil Field Logs ................................................ 109

OSHA: OSHA Compliance Program......................... 35 OSHA Construction Safety Handbook........ 58 OSHA Excavation Standard Handbook....... 64 OSHA Hearing Conservation Poster............ 40 OSHA Recordkeeping For Employees Training...................................... 54 OSHA Safety Training Handbook................... 6 Reporting & Recordkeeping For Managers: Workplace Injury & Illness Training.............................................. 54 Overview For Waste Site Workers: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48

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Passenger & School Bus Endorsement: Entry-Level Driver Training Manual............ 87 Passenger Safety: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Passenger-Carrying Driver Handbook......... 105 Pattern Driving Training.................................... 73 Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 Personal Protective Equipment: Hand & Foot Protection: PPE Employee Essentials Training........................................ 40 Head, Eye & Face Protection: PPE Employee Essentials Training..................... 40 Hearing Protection: PPE Employee Essentials Training........................................ 40 OSHA Hearing Conservation Poster............ 40 Personal Protective & Lifesaving Equipment For Construction Training...... 68 Personal Protective Equipment: Employee Essentials Training..................... 39 Poster..........................................................38, 40 Respiratory Protection Training............... 43 Personal Safety & Security For CMV Drivers Training............................................... 99 Posters: Back Safety Poster........................................... 53 Bloodborne Pathogens Poster...................... 18 Confined Spaces Poster................................. 22 CSA Poster Kits................................................ 84 Electrical Safety Poster................................... 24 Fire Safety Poster............................................ 28 Forklift Safety Poster................................. 30-31 GHS Poster Kits................................................ 46 Human Trafficking Awareness Poster..... 83 Lockout/Tagout Poster............................. 36-37 OSHA Hearing Conservation........................ 40 Personal Protective Equipment Poster........ 38 Respiratory Protection Poster....................... 42 Slips, Trips And Falls Poster..................... 12, 14 Walkway Safety Awareness........................ 8 Workplace Safety............................................ 20 Workplace Safety Awareness........................ 40

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Power Tool & Extension Cord Safety Training................................................. 25 PPE And Other Hazard Control Measures: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 49 Prohibiting The Coercion Of CMV Drivers Training............................................... 81 Providing Performance Coaching Training........................................................... 124 Pulling Doubles Training................................... 88

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Radiation & Biological Exposures: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48 RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training............................................................. 51 Rear End Collisions Training ............................ 73 Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need To Know Training............ 81 Respiratory Protection Training.................. 43 Respiratory Protection: HAZWOPER Training............................................................. 48 Right Turns-Left Turns-Intersections Training............................................................. 85 Roadside Inspections For CMV Drivers Training............................................... 78 Roadside Inspections: Providing The Officer Your Record Of Duty Status Training................................................. 78 Rural Driving Training........................................ 73

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Safety Audits For Employers Training............ 14 Sanitary Food Transportation Training.......... 88 Scaffolding Safety For General Industry Training..............................................17 Scaffolds For Construction Training Program............................................. 60 School Bus Driver Training............................. 106 Scissor Lifts For Construction Training.......... 60 Scissor Lifts For General Industry Training.... 34 Seeing Hazards: School Bus Drivers Training............................................. 106 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training....... 121 Signs..................................................................... 21 Site Control Measures: HAZWOPER............... 48 Slips & Trips: Workplace Safety Training........ 13 Slips And Trips For Construction Training..... 64 Slips, Trips & Falls Instructional Chart............ 14 Stairways and Ladders For Construction Training..................................... 64 Stairways For General Industry Training........ 16 Step Bolts & Manhole Steps For Telecommunications Training....................... 16 Straight Truck Series Training.....................94-95 Struck-By For Construction Training............... 62 Substance Abuse: Training For Supervisors And Employees Training Program............. 123

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Team Building — Supervisor & Employee Training........................................ 125 Temperature Extremes: HAZWOPER Training............................................................. 48 Training On Demand......................................... 65 Training Program Management Service........ 98 Transportation Safety Training Advisor Newsletter With Poster.................................. 72 Transportation Safety Training Advisor: Driver’s Report................................................. 72

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Using Your Mirrors: School Bus Drivers Training ............................................ 106

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Vehicle Inspection/Maintenance: Roadside Inspections For CMV Drivers Training............................................. 78 Roadside Inspections: Providing The Officer Your Record Of Duty Status Training.............................................. 78 Vehicle Inspections: Intermodal Chassis Training............................................ 79 Vehicle Inspections: Refrigerated Trailers Training............................................ 79 Vehicle Inspections: School Bus Drivers Training........................................... 106 Vehicle Inspections: Straight Truck Series Training.............................................. 95 Vehicle Inspections: Tractor Trailers Training............................................ 79 Video Subscription Service............................ 107 Video Training Books: Active Shooter/Active Threat.......................119 Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know .............................................. 80

Video Training Books continued: Back Safety: Keep Your Back In Action........ 53 Bloodborne Pathogens: Safety In The Workplace.............................................. 19 Confined Spaces: Entry Team Training – Maintenance Activities................................ 23 Confined Spaces: Entry Team – Construction Activities................................ 69 Construction Safety Basics............................ 59 Defensive Driving For CMV Drivers............. 92 Fall Protection For Construction.................. 63 Fall Protection For General Industry.............17 Fire Prevention & Response: What Employees Need to Know........................... 29 Forklift Training............................................... 31 Forklift Workshop For Construction.............61 Hazard Perception Challenge: Slips, Trips And Falls .............................................. 13 HazCom: What You Need To Know.............. 45 Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training.....115 Hazmat: Training For All Employees...........113 Hours Of Service Rules For Property Carrying CMV Drivers.................................. 75 Injury Prevention For CMV Drivers............... 97 Ladder Safety For General Industry............. 16 Lockout/Tagout: Put A Lock On Hazardous Energy........................................ 37 Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need To Know........................ 81 Respiratory Protection.............................. 43 Roadside Inspections For CMV Drivers....... 78 Sexual Harassment Prevention................... 121 Vehicle Inspections: Tractor Trailers............ 79 Walking-Working Surfaces: What You Need To Know For Supervisors & Employees................................................. 15 Workplace Safety Basics.................................. 7

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Browse our full selection of transportation, workplace, and construction safety training programs, as well as training for HR.

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Walking-Working Surfaces Employee Handbook...................................... 15 Walking-Working Surfaces: What You Need To Know For Supervisors & Employees Training........................................ 15 Walkway Safety Awareness Poster............... 8 Walkway Safety For Employees Handbook......................................................... 8 Walkway Safety Module 1: Foundations Of Walkway Safety.......................................... 9 Walkway Safety Module 2: Hazard Recognition........................................ 9 Walkway Safety Module 3: Hazard Prevention & Incident Response.................. 9 Welding: Safety & Health Protections Training............................................................. 27 Wheel Chocks & Dockboards Training........ 104 Winter Safety: Working & Driving In Snow, Ice, & Extreme Cold Training............. 55 Working With Lead Exposure In General Industry Training.............................. 50 Workplace Bullying And Violence: Training For Supervisors And Employees Training...................................... 120 Workplace Injury & Illness: OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping For Managers Training.......................................... 54 Workplace Safety Awareness Poster Service.................................................. 40 Workplace Safety Basics Training..................... 7 Workplace Safety Instructional Charts....................................... 20, 31, 37, 40, 53 Written HAZWOPER Plans & Programs: HAZWOPER Training...................................... 48

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training see p. 121

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Construction Safety Basics

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