Adjusting to a Changing Market
Reprinted from Information Today November 2008- When John J. Keller founded J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc. in 1953, the cutting edge of computer technology was the IBM 701, the computer manufacturer’s first commercially available machine. Weighing roughly 20,500 pounds and occupying almost 3,000 square feet, it was nothing a company that focused on transportation, insurance, and warehousing needed to think about.
OSHA Hazard Communication Standard
Reprinted from Compliance Magazine August 2006 - OSHA’s hazard communication standard does not include complicated technical requirements, but it remains the most frequently violated OSHA general industry rule year after year.
Turnaround Tales - Two EHS pros pull programs out of the pits.
Reprinted from Industrial Safety & Hygiene News May 2004 - KellerOnline's 2003 SPOTY Award winners describe how they turned their safety departments around.
Integrated Injury Intervention - KellerOnline offers a comprehensive approach to managing safety and health, staying in compliance.
Reprinted from Occupational Health & Safety June 2004 - KellerOnline offers a comprehensive approach to managing safety and health, staying in compliance.