Learn how to safely drive a forklift, handle hazardous materials, and avoid blood-borne pathogens with offerings from J. J. Keller & Associates. The company publishes materials designed to promote safety and regulatory compliance in the workplace. In addition to printed guides, manuals, and newsletters, J. J. Keller also provides safety consulting and on-site training, along with several Internet-based tools, including Prospera, KellerOnline, FleetMentor, Driver Management Online, Vehicle Management Online, Fuel Tax Master Online. Its more than 450,000 customers include companies in the construction, food processing, manufacturing, transportation, and utilities industries.
J. J. Keller's diverse offerings span nearly 1,500 topics and include mobile technology, interactive and online training, online management tools, advisory services, outsource services, forms, publications, and supplies.
The company operates a variety of online offerings. Its KellerOnline is an interactive safety management tool for professionals that deal with safety, regulatory, and compliance issues. KellerOnline incorporates reference materials to reduce accident rates, decrease injuries, and lower workers' compensation costs.
Other Web-based interactive tools include FleetMentor, a trucking fleet management advisor, and Prospera, a human resources management program. The Client Information Center has a series of dashboards that provide visual snapshots of compliance, as well as links to detail for specific employees or records that require attention.
The company's headquarters are located in Neenah, Wisconsin. J. J. Keller also has four additional offices in the state of Wisconsin.
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The company's more than 350,000 customers include 90% of the Fortune 1000.
J. J. Keller helps customers comply with regulations enforced by
, and some 300 other state agencies. Its products address categories such as transportation, workplace safety, human resources, construction safety, and hazardous materials. The company helps its clients avoid fines for violations such as unsafe electrical equipment, failure to correct deficiencies in equipment, and failure to evaluate alarms and instruments for design reliability and integrity.
In 2013 J. J. Keller launched three new interactive online training courses - Hazmat Endorsement Practice Test, Cargo Securement: Dry Vans and Hours of Service Canada. These self-paced training courses are available anytime and anywhere there is an internet connection.
J. J. Keller was founded by Jack Keller in 1953 as a one-man technical consulting business for transportation customers.