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J. J. Keller expands ELD educational efforts

Series of seminars to be delivered in 2016

J. J. Keller & Associates announced it is expanding its efforts to educate transportation fleet professionals on the ELD rule. With the release of the FMCSA rule that mandates the use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) by December 2017, fleet professionals are tasked with understanding the operational and regulatory impacts of the mandate. 

J. J. Keller will be holding more than 80 seminars in nearly 40 states during 2016. These complimentary events, developed for fleet executives, will help explain the requirements of the ELD rule and how it impacts the Hours of Service regulations, and introduce ELD technology to comply with the rule. The company has also published an Hours of Service Compliance & E-Log Planner, which provides practical information and planning tools ranging from E-Log policy development to training and auditing.

“With more than 60 years of expertise in helping organizations manage regulations and compliance, J. J. Keller & Associates can help fleets make a successful transition to electronic logs,” said Marne Keller-Krikava, president and CEO. “We strive to help our customers better understand the regulations and available options, so they can make educated decisions for their organizations and reduce risk.”

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