As part of our ongoing commitment to provide our clients with the best possible service we've implemented HTTPS across our entire application, from the Learning Management System (LMS) through to the Training Suite and the individual courses. This is a significant improvment which secures the data which is sent to and from your browser when using our services.
As a part of this change the domain that you access the LMS and Training Suite through has changed. When you request your training suite you should be redirected to the new domain (app.ihasco.co.uk) and when accessing the LMS you should also be redirected. However if you experience problems accessing the LMS you can log-in via the 'Client LMS' button on the website or via https://app.ihasco.co.uk/client.
If you experience issues connecting to the LMS or Training Suite and are seeing errors such as "This page cannot be displayed" it may be that your browser has been misconfigured to deny access to sites using the most recent security standard (TLS 1.2). If you suspect that this is the case please contact your IT/Systems administrator and advise them that you're unable to connect to a website using HTTPS and they should be able to correct the issue for you. Alternatively if you have administrative control over your computer you can reset your browser to 'default settings' and you should be able to access the LMS and Training Suite again.
If you continue to experience issues please don't hesitate to contact us using the support form here on our website or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
As planned, we performed essential maintenance to the iHasco site and application on Saturday. Whilst the majority of this was a success, we are now experiencing some issues with logging of results from legacy Flash programmes. If you need to complete training today and you have legacy programmes, please contact us for an upgrade to our HTML equivalent. We anticipate that this issue will be resolved in the next few hours.
As part of Health and Safety Week 2015, we take an in-depth look at the effects of stress within the work environment. With a renewed focus on Occupational Health within the wider community, it's important that we begin to understand 'Health and Safety' as a holistic concept that includes wellbeing as well as physical safety.
We’re planning to take the iHasco website and application offline from 5pm on Saturday the 20th of June for a period of no more than 7 hours in order to carry out essential maintenance. During this period you will not be able to access the iHasco website, Client LMS or Training Suite. We would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused; maintenance of this kind is part of our ongoing commitment to provide our clients with the best possible service. Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us on 01344 867088
A nod to the start of Health and Safety week 2015, as well as quick roundup of what the rest of this month holds - including course releases, academic resources and events. Plus a reminder that you get all the latest straight to your inbox with iNews from iHasco: subscribe link within...