KellerOnline updates Website navigation tools
Online safety management tool redesigned to be more user friendly
KellerOnline , the online safety management tool from J. J. Keller & Associates Inc., has recently been redesigned to provide subscribers with new usability and navigation features, along with a new look and feel.
A Search Box has been added to help subscribers quickly find what they are looking for. A new navigation feature has been added to help users keep track of their location during their visit to www.KellerOnline.com .
The Safety Management Process within KellerOnline has been renamed “My Safety Program.” It continues to provide users 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.
KellerOnline has also made recent enhancements to existing features, which include improved record-keeping functionality and more reporting options. Safety professionals now have the ability to quickly enroll employees in training classes and share their data with other KellerOnline users from their company.
KellerOnline provides free, live Webcasts every month to its subscribers, highlighting industry topics such as training, confined spaces, OSHA recordkeeping and workers' compensation.
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