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Description

The primary objective for the WHMIS course is to provide course participants with the skills required to access, apply and understand the information needed to protect their health and safety while working with WHMIS-controlled products.

Course Goals:

The central objectives for this course are to provide participants with the ability to:

  • Describe what WHMIS is;
  • Explain why WHMIS was created and its key elements;
  • Explain the purpose, legislation and enforcement of WHMIS;
  • Identify preventative and control measures, including personal protective equipment required to reduce workplace exposure risk;
  • Define the Hazard Classification System; identify its components and exemptions;
  • Describe the WHMIS three-part information system including the sections on a material safety data sheet, required education and training, as well as product labels;
  • Describe the WHMIS product classification process;
  • Identify the information in SDS;
  • Identify certain hazardous product exemptions and restricted applications where the WHMIS regulations do NOT apply. 
Enrollment Info

Price: $39.95


Certificate: Finish all lessons and pass final exam

The primary objective for the WHMIS course is to provide course participants with the skills required to access, apply and understand the information needed to protect their health and safety while working with WHMIS-controlled products.

Course Goals:

The central objectives for this course are to provide participants with the ability to:

  • Describe what WHMIS is;
  • Explain why WHMIS was created and its key elements;
  • Explain the purpose, legislation and enforcement of WHMIS;
  • Identify preventative and control measures, including personal protective equipment required to reduce workplace exposure risk;
  • Define the Hazard Classification System; identify its components and exemptions;
  • Describe the WHMIS three-part information system including the sections on a material safety data sheet, required education and training, as well as product labels;
  • Describe the WHMIS product classification process;
  • Identify the information in SDS;
  • Identify certain hazardous product exemptions and restricted applications where the WHMIS regulations do NOT apply.