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training And Education

WHMIS

Course Curriculum

All workers who work with a hazardous product, or who may be exposed to a hazardous product as part of their work activities must learn about the hazard information for these products.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe information on both the supplier label and workplace label, and what that information means.
  • Describe information on the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and what that information means.
  • Describe procedures required for safe use, handling and disposal of a hazardous product.
  • Describe any other procedures required when the product is in a pipe, piping system, vessel, tank car, etc.
  • Describe any other procedures required when the product is in a pipe, piping system, vessel, tank car, etc.
  • Describe procedures that must be followed in an emergency that involves the hazardous product.

Is this course for me?

In Canada, if a workplace uses hazardous products, there must be a WHMIS program in place. Workers must be educated and trained so they understand the hazards, and know how to work safely with hazardous products.

Legislative Reference

  • WHMIS Regulation 860, Section 6, 7

You may also be interested in:

  • First Aid Training
  • Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification

Certification Maintenance Points/ Approval

  • Call to inquire about CMP

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