Altierus Training Solutions Launches OSHA and EPA Online Instruction

August 03, 2021

MINNEAPOLISAltierus Training Solutions (ATS), a nonprofit organization providing technology-driven learning solutions for employers, has launched three industry-approved online training programs to provide safety instruction for HVAC/R employees.

“Ensuring employees have the right skills is critical to every organization,” said Andrea Adams, vice president of ATS. “ATS streamlines employee training by providing quality content in an online environment, enabling employees to gain knowledge and stay up to date on their certification.”

The training includes a series of video lectures, practice tests, remote-proctored testing and electronic badges that can be publicly shared to demonstrate mastery. ATS actively works with participants to help ensure successful completion, along with handling the logistics of individual certifications and credentials. 

Options include:

  • OSHA 10—Provides training for entry-level workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in the construction industry.
  • EPA 608—Meets requirements of Section 608 of the Federal Clean Air Act, which states that all persons who maintain, service, repair or dispose of appliances that contain ozone-depleting refrigerants be certified in proper refrigerant handling techniques.
  • R-410A—Addresses the issues of safe handling, training and certification with the use of R-410A equipment.

To learn more, visit https://altierustraining.org/safety.

About Altierus Training Solutions

A division of ECMC Education, Altierus Training Solutions is a nonprofit organization that offers technology-driven, scalable learning experiences for employers desiring to elevate their workforce and efficiently solve skill gaps. In partnership with its affiliate, Altierus Career College, a nationally accredited career and technical school system, the two organizations collaborate to bring educational innovation to life in order to advance learner outcomes and to meaningfully impact communities.

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