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OSHA's Control of Hazardous Energy standard (29 CFR 1910.147) mandates training, inspections, and recordkeeping to ensure that workers will not be injured by unexpected start-up or release of energy from a machine or piece of equipment during service or maintenance. Whatever your role in lockout/tagout, you need to understand the reasons for lockout/tagout and know the established procedures. Lockout/Tagout: Put a Lock on Hazardous Energy (with EyeCue®) is designed to raise your awareness about the importance of lockout/tagout and teach you both when and how to follow the procedures every time they're needed. Outline: Control of Energy Hazardous Energy How Accidents Happen OSHA Regulations Who is Involved Lockout Basics Definition When to Use Procedure Steps: Apply Lockout Steps: Remove Lockout Lock Requirements Tagout Basics Definition When to Use Procedure Steps: Apply Tagout Steps: Remove Tagout Tag Requirements Special Cases Group Lockout & Group Tagout Shift Change Vehicle Lockout/Tagout Exceptions Authorized Person is Unavailable Read More

As part of Safe & Smart Driver Training, the CDL Class A Driver Training courses provide safer, smarter training for all company sizes. Inexperienced drivers are those who have been operating a CMV for a year or less and require more in-depth orientation training. Read More

As part of Safe & Smart Driver Training, the Non-CDL Driver Training for Experienced Drivers courses provide safer, smarter training for all company sizes. Experienced drivers are those who have been operating a CMV for more than a year and need a refresher on key topics Read More

These courses can be used to help satisfy the theory instruction portion of the new entry-level driver training (ELDT) requirements that go into effect on February 7, 2022. To satisfy the theory instruction requirements, these courses must be assigned and administered by a school or other entity listed on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's Training Provider Registry (TPR). To satisfy the complete ELDT training requirements, the school or entity conducting the training must provide the driver-trainee "behind-the-wheel" instruction in addition to theory instruction. Learn more about the ELDT requirements. As part of Safe & Smart Driver Training, these entry-level driver training courses provide safer, smarter training for all company sizes. Training courses can be used with the Entry-Level Driver Training: Obtaining A CDL student manual and trainer manual for a comprehensive ELDT program. Read More

As part of Safe & Smart Driver Training, the Non-CDL Driver Training for Inexperienced Drivers courses provide safer, smarter training for all company sizes. Inexperienced drivers are those who have been operating a CMV for a year or less and require more in-depth orientation training. Read More

Sexual harassment training helps learners understand what sexual harassment is, where it can happen, who it can happen to, and possible consequences for all involved.  Now more than ever, news headlines report rampant, high-profile sexual harassment allegations almost daily. While employers are responsible for creating a safe work environment, for some there's a clear misunderstanding of what "safe" actually means. This online course helps learners understand what sexual harassment is, where it can happen, who it can happen to, and possible consequences for all involved. NOTE: The training provided by NHPA is meant to give you a convenient and affordable option for general sexual harassment prevention training. However, some states have specific requirements about the sexual harassment prevention training employers must provide their employees that may not be covered here. Refer to the attached document "HR Training Requirements" for a brief overview of requirements for specific states.  You may also refer to the JJ Keller website for further information.  ​The eLearning course covers the following topics: Understanding Sexual Harassment Quid Pro Quo vs. Hostile Work Environment What is NOT Sexual Harassment (by Law, Anyway) Read More

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