Browser and Software Requirements for Online Training
Listed below are the minimum software and browser requirements needed to use HazMat Student, LLC’s online training. For the best experience, we recommend users update their software and browser, along with its plug-ins, to the latest released version. Links have been provided below, where users can download the latest version of these programs if needed. We also recommend users have high-speed internet access, in order to have the best possible experience viewing our courses.
The vast majority of our users have no issues meeting the minimum system requirements and using our online training. Occasionally, users have local settings or other factors which interfere with accessing the online training, such as slower internet connections or outdated computer hardware.
Users of online training should have basic computer knowledge, including the ability to use a mouse, left-click and right-click a mouse, open and close documents and web pages, and navigate a website. Those with no computer experience at all may want to enroll in a basic computer training class before using our eLearning online courses.
The below Analyze My System button will allow our site to test your system and notify you if you currently meet the minimum system requirements.
|Apple Safari – http://www.apple.com/safari/download/|
Minimum requirement: Safari 3.0 and above
|Mozilla Firefox – http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/|
Minimum requirement: Firefox 2.0 and above
|Microsoft Internet Explorer – http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/ie/getitnow.mspx (Users may also try running Microsoft Windows Update).|
Minimum requirement: Internet Explorer 7.0 and above
|Minimum requirement: 6.0 and above|
Adobe Flash Player
|Minimum requirement: 7.0 and above|
Students must enable cookies on their browsers. In addition, students must set their internet security setting to “Medium” or they must allow www.otsystems.net access in their security settings.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the minimum system requirements.