WHMIS

WHMIS has been updated for 2015. Learn about the changes and prepare for the 2018 deadline.

COURSE DURATION: 45 mins
CERTIFICATE VALIDITY: 1 years
DEVICE COMPATIBILITY: Desktop, Laptop, Tablet/iPad, Phone
PRICING: $19.95
Handling hazardous materials incorrectly or without proper safety equipment, attention to detail, and extreme caution can have disastrous consequences in a work environment. That’s why the WHMIS, or Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System was developed. Our WHMIS online safety training meets all Federal and Provincial requirements for WHMIS certification. WHMIS 2015 incorporates GHS (Globally Harmonized System) standards and at only 1 hr, our comprehensive online WHMIS course covers the following certified subject areas:
  • Module 1: Overview of WHMIS
  • Module 2: Hazard Classification
  • Module 3: Labels
  • Module 4: Safety Data Sheets
  • Module 5: Exposure to Hazardous Products
  • Module 6: Education and Training

Who Needs WHMIS Training?

Any worker who comes into contact, or could possibly come into contact, with controlled substances or products or hazardous materials covered under WHMIS should take this course.  
Units
Price
1 – 10
$19.95
11 – 25
$17.95
26 – 50
$15.95
51 – 100
$13.95
101 – 500
$9.95
 
Introduction Module 1. Overview of WHMIS
  1. Background
  2. Right to Know
  3. Application
  4. Two parts
    1. Classification
    2. Communication
  5. WHMIS 2015
    1. Changes
    2. Benefits
  6. Laws and regulations
    1. Hazardous Products Act
    2. Hazardous Products Regulations
    3. Transition period
    4. Nationwide and Jurisdictional regulations
  7. Employer responsibilities
  8. Worker responsibilities
  9. Supplier responsibilities
Module 2. Classification
  1. Purpose
  2. Hazardous products
    1. Individual chemicals
    2. Mixtures of chemicals
  3. Excluded products
  4. Hazard groups
    1. Physical hazards
    2. Health hazards
  5. Hazard classes
  6. Pictograms
  7. Hazard categories and sub-categories
Module 3. Labels
  1. Requirements
  2. Importance
  3. Elements
    1. Product identifier
    2. Signal word
    3. Pictogram
    4. Hazard statement
    5. Precautionary statement
    6. Supplier identification
Module 4. Safety Data Sheets
  1. Purpose
  2. Format
    1. 16 standardized sections
    2. Standardized order
  3. Contents of sections
  4. How to use SDS
  5. Employer responsibilities
  6. For more information
Module 5. Exposure to Hazardous Products
  1. Routes of Entry
    1. Inhalation
    2. Absorption
    3. Ingestion
    4. Injection
  2. Effects of exposure
    1. Acute
    2. Chronic
    3. Systemic
    4. Local
Module 6. Education and Training
  1. Requirements
  2. Who needs WHMIS education and training
  3. Education vs Training
  4. Refreshers
Summary