KellerOnline, the online safety management tool from J.J. Keller & Associates, has been redesigned in order to provide subscribers with new usability and navigation features, along with a new look and enhanced features. The new service was designed so that the transition would be virtually flawless for subscribers, according to the Neenah, Wis.-based company.
A Search Box has been added to help subscribers quickly find what they are seeking, and a new navigation feature helps subscribers keep track of their location during their visit to KellerOnline.
Based on feedback, the Safety Management Process within KellerOnline has been renamed My Safety Program. It continues to provide customers with tools to create their own programs for managing safety and health, developing and setting measurable safety goals, building action plans and comparing their safety efforts with other companies, J.J. Keller says.
KellerOnline also has made some recent enhancements to existing features, which include improved recordkeeping functionality and more reporting options, the company says; safety professionals now have the ability to quickly enroll employees in training classes and share their data with other KellerOnline users from their company. Several training topics also have been added to the service, along with real-life training stories.
Used by more than 19,000 safety professionals, KellerOnline integrates a safety management process with reference materials, tools and applications in order to help users reduce accident rates, decrease injuries and lower worker’s compensation costs. KellerOnline will continue to provide free live webcasts every month to its subscribers, highlighting industry topics such as training, confined spaces, OSHA recordkeeping and worker’s compensation. To register for a 30-day free no-obligation trial, go to www.kelleronline.com.
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