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Syllabus

Introduction to OSHA

Covers workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. It includes helpful worker safety and health resources. It also provides samples of a weekly fatality and catastrophe report, safety data sheet, and the OSHA Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses

Fall Protection

This topic will cover how to identify types of fall hazards associated with workplace environments, and methods to eliminate or protect against them.

Electrocution Hazards

This topic identifies major electrical hazards and describes methods to protect against them.

Struck-By Hazards

This topic explores the third of the Focus Four Hazards, Struck-by hazards. This includes falling objects, cranes, and trucks on the worksite.

Caught-In Hazards

This topic explores the last of the Focus Four Hazards, Caught-in hazards. This includes trench hazards, and mechanical equipment and machinery hazards that pose a threat to safety.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

This topic covers the types of PPE used in the general industry and explains employer and employee responsibilities regarding PPE.

Health Hazards

This topic defines bloodborne pathogens as a health hazard, explores methods of controlling exposure, and identify key aspects of a bloodborne pathogen exposure control plan.

Excavations

Learning how to safely navigate excavation areas on a job site is crucial. This topic covers the important safety requirements, PPE, and communication guidelines while working around heavy equipment and excavation sites.

Material Handling

Explores types of material handling equipment, any hazards associated with material handling activities, and how to prevent them.

Scaffolds

This topic is all about scaffolding safety. Scaffolding is commonly found on job-sites of every type, and learning to navigate and work safely on it is very important.

Hand & Power Tools

This topic focuses on how to safely store, inspect, and operate different hand and power tools on the job.

Safe Driving Practices

This topic covers different types of commercial licenses, and how to drive safely in a variety of vehicle types and road conditions.

Preventing Workplace Violence

The workplace should be a safe environment for everyone, but disagreements and conflicts do arise. It is important to know how to prevent workplace violence in the event it is necessary.

Emergency Action Plans & Fire Protection

This topic explains the benefits of emergency action plans, identifies the elements of a fire protection plan, and explores the emergency conditions under which evacuations or shelter-in-place may be necessary.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Is the online course set up?


When building the course, our goal was to make online HVAC training fun, engaging, and exciting! With that goal in mind, we have put a tremendous amount of multimedia material into our courses. As a student, you will never just be reading or listening to text- this is not a textbook!​ Every single part of our courses is full of compelling graphics, informative animations, and real-life images from HVAC systems. After each lesson- and within many lessons- you will be asked to answer HVAC technician questions or do HVAC system calculations focused on what you just learned. These HVAC system exercises make learning a lot more interactive and fun.




Will you help me get hired after the course?


Once you complete the online HVAC training, you will have the option to join our talent network. We have partnered with leading HVAC companies, and they are all hiring right now! Companies will look for new hands from this talent pool since you have proven your ability through training simulations and testing. To join our talent pool, take the HVAC assessment on our website.




How much do the online courses cost?


Nothing! Our online HVAC training is entirely free, and we have made it as simple as possible. We took out all the filler, which can cause similar programs to take up to a year, and worked with hiring managers to teach you the skills that you need to know to start your career in HVAC.




How do the simulations work?


We developed the HVAC training simulations based on real-world scenarios that you will encounter as an HVAC technician. These simulations allow us to test you on the information you just learned, and they teach you how to apply the knowledge to practical tasks.




Do I need a computer for the online training courses?


To take our free online HVAC course, you will need a phone, tablet, or computer with an internet connection. A lot of our graduates took classes while they were on the job site or in between jobs. The HVAC course is super convenient and always accessible.




Is there a textbook for the online training?


No textbooks here! We wanted to design a free, online HVAC course that wasn't boring. All of our courses use animations, simulations, and quizzes to teach you the skills you will need to become an HVAC tech.




Do hiring managers like online courses like this?


Absolutely. We designed these courses with hiring managers from large HVAC companies to be sure that everything in the course is essential and approved by them. Also, hiring managers love simulations since it gives them a better understanding of how you apply the knowledge you learned in the course. That gives you an advantage over anyone who has just been studying a textbook.





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