WHMIS

Whmis

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1-3 $32.95  
4-10 $29.95  
11-25 $24.95  
26-50 $19.95  
51-100 $15.95  
101-500 $12.95  
Price : $32.95


45 min training can save weeks of lost time

Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)

Mishandling of hazardous materials can have disastrous consequences, whether at work, at school, in the places you do business or at home. Knowing what you are dealing with, how to minimize exposure, and how to respond when the unthinkable happens can drastically reduce the potentially life-altering consequences of an encounter with hazardous materials.

The intent of this online WHMIS training program is to provide WHMIS certification, but more importantly, it provides participants the foundation for using knowledge to prevent accidental and long-term exposure to the harmful effects of hazardous workplace materials. Upon successful completion, a WHIMIS certificate will be issued automatically.

WHMIS Training Modules

  • Introduction to WHMIS
  • Labels
  • Basic Worker Rights
  • Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
  • WHMIS Symbols
  • Exposure to Hazardous Material

Modules

Introduction to WHMIS

  • Hazardous materials exist in almost every workplace

Basic Worker Rights

  • WHMIS components - Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), WHMIS labels, worker training
  • Right to know, to participate, to refuse unsafe work
  • Company rules, personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Responsibility to report hazards, working safely

WHMIS Symbols

  • Class A - Compressed Gas
  • Class B - Flammable & Combustible
  • Class C - Oxidizing Materials
  • Class D1 - Immediate and Serious Toxic Effects
  • Class D2 - Other Toxic Effects
  • Class D3 - Biohazardous Infectious Materials
  • Class E - Corrosive Material
  • Class F - Dangerously Reactive Materials

WHMIS Labels

  • Supplier and workplace labels, style, required content, exceptions, decanting

The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

  • Product information
  • Hazardous ingredients
  • Physical data
  • Toxicological
  • Fire / Explosion
  • Preventive measures
  • Reactivity data
  • First aid
  • Preparation

Exposure to Hazardous Materials

  • Inhalation, absorption, ingestion, injection
  • Symptoms, fast versus slow, invasive

Federal Legislation

In Canada, an employer shall ensure that workers who work with a controlled product or are in close proximity to a controlled product is informed about all hazard information received from a supplier concerning the controlled products, as well as any further hazard information of which the employer is aware or ought to be aware of concerning the use, storage and handing of that controlled product. There are eight WHIMIS hazard symbols. Employers must train workers to recongnize these symbols and know what they mean

DISCLAIMER-Any user of the online courses provided by Alert First-Aid Inc. found on the website www.alertfirstaid.com acknowledges and agrees that Alert First-Aid Inc. (the “Company”) disclaims all liability and legal responsibility howsoever caused for the information contained in or referenced in any of the online courses. The Company does not warrant that the information will be sufficient for the user’s purposes and takes no responsibility for the consequences of how the information is used by the user or any employee or affiliate of the user.