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WHMIS has been updated! It is now called WHMIS 2015. Up until this year, the WHMIS we’ve been using was technically called WHMIS 1988. The new WHMIS is known as WHMIS 2015 and now incorporates GHS (Globally Harmonized System).
What is GHS?
Canada has aligned the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). Many chemical products cross international borders every day and having a global system keeps us on the same page by ensuring we all understand/interpret the chemicals and hazardous materials in the same way.
WHMIS 2015 now has the best of both WHMIS training and GHS standards. Our course will help ensure that workers understand the hazards posed by chemicals they work with and other essential information. If your workers might come into contact with controlled substances or hazardous materials — you need this course not only for their safety, but to prove your due diligence as an employer should something happen.
Have more than one employee that needs training? Buy courses in bulk, and save! Courses are valid for one year from the purchase date.
Units Purchased Cost per Unit
GVCA members receive a 15% discount on all online Health and Safety training.
To obtain your exclusive discount code, members can login into their My GVCA account or e-mail email@example.com. Questions? Call 519-622-4822 x 120
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.
Upon successful completion, a 1 year WHMIS certification card will be issued automatically.
This course will take approximately 60 minutes to complete
COMPLIANCE AND REGULATIONS:
All Grand Valley Construction Association’s online health and safety training courses have been developed according to stringent regulation and according to each Province’s legislation.