Stay compliant and current with our 2023 WHMIS certification program.
Who can benefit from this training?
New workers who require their WHMIS certificate before starting a job.
Current employees instructed by their employers to obtain WHMIS certification.
Individuals seeking to enhance their WHMIS safety knowledge and skills.
Self-employed workers and small teams in need of WHMIS certification.
Employers aiming to provide fast and cost-effective WHMIS training to their workforce.
Employment agencies requiring rapid WHMIS training for their placements.
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Wall CertificateOur wall certificate is a professionally designed document that can be proudly displayed in your workplace, showcasing your commitment to safety and compliance. It serves as a visual testament to your dedication to maintaining a safe work environment.
Whether you're on the job or attending off-site training sessions, having a digital certificate ensures that you have proof of your WHMIS training readily available.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is WHMIS?
WHMIS has embraced the globally recognized hazard communication system called GHS, which stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals. Embracing GHS offers numerous advantages, such as:
- Enhanced hazard classification criteria that provide a more comprehensive assessment of the severity of hazards.
- Introduction of new hazard classes to encompass a wider range of potential risks.
- Consistent alignment of physical hazard criteria with the regulations for the Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG).
- Implementation of standardized language for hazard and precautionary statements.
- Adoption of a standardized SDS (Safety Data Sheet) format and more comprehensive requirements.
Is WHMIS training mandatory? Who should receive WHMIS education and training?
- Those who may encounter hazardous products during their work activities, including regular use, maintenance tasks, or emergency situations.
- Individuals who use, store, handle, or dispose of hazardous products.
- Supervisors or managers responsible for overseeing workers who might face exposure or engage in the use, storage, handling, or disposal of hazardous products.
- Personnel involved in emergency response procedures.
What does successful education / training look like?
Workers must possess the knowledge to address the following inquiries concerning each hazardous product they handle:
- What are the potential hazards associated with the product?
- How can I safeguard myself against these hazards?
- What steps should I take in the event of an emergency?
- Where can I access additional information for further clarification?
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