WHMIS Online Certification 2020 COMPLIANT. INCLUDES 2015 (GHS) & 1988 SYSTEMS
According to Canadian Law, anyone who works with or in proximity to hazardous materials must have their WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) certification. Working in a restaurant or commercial kitchen includes the use of fire and combustible materials. As a food manager or restaurant owner, it is your responsibility to ensure that every employee has received their WHMIS training. Start today!
What You and Your Employees Can Expect to Learn
Our WHMIS Course
Hazard Controls & Personal Safety
Learn about the hazard controls you can adopt to support the safe use of hazardous products, and the use of personal protection equipment (PPE).
WHMIS Labels & Pictograms
Learn about the different information provided on a WHMIS supplier label and the elements of a workplace label.
Safety Data Sheet
Learn about the key sections on a Safety Data Sheet so you can learn what you need to know about specific hazardous products.
Rights and Responsibilities
Understand the rights and responsibilities of suppliers, employers, and employees that make WHMIS work, and emergency prepardness.
Hazard Classes and Categories
Learn about physical and health hazards, and the different hazard classes and categories, and their symbols.
Safe Use of Hazardous Products
Learn about the methods of exposure to hazardous products, the routes of entry, and their health effects.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS WHMIS TRAINING COURSE?
Anyone who works with or may come into contact with hazardous materials in their workplace has the legal responsibility to have WHMIS education and training. This may apply to large variety of jobs, such as workers in manufacturing, hospitals and clinics, laboratories, janitorial workers, teachers, and students in these environments and even retail workers in some cases. Everyone working deserves to work in a safe atmosphere free from risks from hazardous products.
Unlimited Free Exam Retakes
Free Practice Exam Questions
Instant Certificate and Wallet Card
Accepted Across Canada
Available 24/7 On Demand
High Quality Course
Stress Free Course
Mobile Friendly - Learn on the Go
Over 30 Day Access
Corporate Group Price Match
Improper use of hazardous products or without protection can have serious health consequences
The mishandling of hazardous products can lead not only to possible financial loss and prosecution but also serious injuries.
Fires & Burns
Bodily Harm & Acute Toxicity
Long Term Health Effects (ex: Cancer)
WHMIS, or the Workplace Hazardous Information System, is the national system for providing health ans safety information on hazardous materials that are used, handled or storedin workplaces across Canada. WHMIS is implemented through a combination of complementary federal, provinincial and territorial laws. WHMIS has been in place since 1988. In 2015, Canada updated WHMIS to be aligned with GHS (the Globally Harmonized System of Classisfication and communication of hazards worldwide. This updated system is called “WHMIS 2015”.
Anyone who works with or may come into contact with hazardous materials in their workplace has the legal responsibility to have WHMIS education and training. This may apply to a large variety of jobs, such as workers in manufacturing, hospitals and clinics, laboratories, janitorial workers, teachers and students in these environments and even retail workers in some cases.
Employers have the responsibility to ensure their workers receive WHMIS education and training. All workers must be trained in the handling, storage and safe use of hazardous products before they use, or exposed to, or likely to be exposed to them. Our course covers WHMIS education. WHMIS education includes learning about general information about the main parts of WHMIS and how it works. Employers must also provide site-specific training.
Employers are required to review their WHMIS program, including education and training, at least annually, and more often if there are changes in work conditions, hazard information or similar matters. Employers decide during the review if refresher education and training is necessary. As a worker, you should be able to answer the following questions for every hazardous product you use. If not, then refresher education and training is recommended. The general recommendation is that WHMIS training be completed at least annually. (1) What are the hazards of the product? (2) How do I protect myself from those hazards? (3) What do I do in the case of an emergency? (4) Where can I get further information?
Absolutely Not. Once you purchase our course, all learning materials you need will be available. We will provide you with the information you can study to learn about the classification and safe use of hazardous products.
You will receive your electronic wall-and-wallet WHMIS certificate by email immediately when you successfully complete our course. It will be sent to your email.
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