J. J. Keller releases OSHA compliance manual

Oct. 13, 2016
J. J. Keller has introduced OSHA Compliance for Transportation — a new publication to help transportation safety professionals comply with complex regulations.

J. J. Keller & Associates has introduced OSHA Compliance for Transportation — a new publication to help transportation safety professionals comply with the complex OSHA regulations that apply to their operations.

Focusing on employer responsibilities, the publication explains the OSHA requirements that apply to the transportation industry, including inspections, training provisions and recordkeeping requirements. It features written safety plans, sample forms, compliance checklists, FAQs, implementation tips and J. J. Keller ez Explanations summaries to aid in understanding of the regulations.

The publication’s topics reflect the most common hazards for transportation personnel: asbestos, electrical safety, emergency planning/response, fire protection, hazard communication, HAZWOPER, jacks, lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment, powered industrial trucks, tire/rim servicing, walking-working surfaces and 31 more critical topics.

“OSHA Compliance for Transportation is available in print and online editions,” the company said. “The online edition provides access to the content from anywhere, using a web browser and mobile device, and includes not only the industry-specific compliance information but also customizable safety plans, checklists and forms. An update service is available to ensure that transportation safety professionals can stay current with any changes to applicable OSHA regulations.”

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