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Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Course by Probe It

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 from Our WHMIS Course:

  • Personal safety and how to protect yourself
  • Knowledge of WHMIS labels

  • Safe storage practices Canada. (Money Back Guarantee)

  • Emergency preparedness

  • Knowledge of hazard groups, characters, and classes

  • The basics of risk management

Protect Your Employees and Customers

Anyone working in the foodservice industry deserves to work in a safe atmosphere free from hazards. Your health and safety are inherently at risk whenever you’re exposed to an open flame or flammable substance, such as a stove, gas line, deep fryer, and oven. Protect your business and your employees by ensuring everyone is certified to safely use kitchen equipment.

Improper use of kitchen equipment can have serious health consequences, such as:

  • Skin burns caused by fire, scalding liquids, and cleaning chemicals

  • Kitchen fires

  • Explosions

  • Bodily harm

  • Food poisoning

The mishandling of kitchen equipment can also lead to possible financial loss and prosecution.

What’s Included in the Probe It WHMIS Course?

  • Online learning that lets you go at your own pace

  • Single and group packages are available

  • Online exams plus FREE reattempts—we have a no-fail policy!

  • Printable certificates immediately available after exam

Probe It makes WHMIS certification easy with our online WHMIS course that you can take anywhere at any time. Sign up with Probe It today for our online Canadian WHMIS certification course!

To learn more about WHMIS legislation in your province, please check out the WHMIS website.