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WHMIS 2015 Training

Canada has aligned the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) with the Globally Harmonized System of classification and labelling of chemicals (GHS).

WHMIS 2015 legislation is currently in force, meaning that suppliers may begin to use and follow the new requirements for labels and safety data sheets (SDSs) for hazardous products sold, distributed, or imported into Canada.

However, there is a transition period with various stages. At the outset of the transition period, the supplier must fully comply with either the repealed Controlled Products Regulations (WHMIS 1988) or the Hazardous Products Regulation (WHMIS 2015) for a specific controlled or hazardous product. The classification, label and Safety Data Sheet must comply fully with the specific regulation chosen by the supplier, and not be a combination of the two.

Employers must provide training in WHMIS 2015 that includes work[lace specific chemicals - a generic training course will not suffice.

ROSE Environmental Services provides a comprehensive WHMIS 2015 training course in which safety data sheets for products used in your workplace are studied.

At ROSE we provide customized training

We go to your workplace and take photos of the specific hazards that are to be addressed in the training sessions. That way the participants can relate to the program, seeing photos of their work space in the PowerPoint presentations.

To ensure participant interest, classes are multi-media with PowerPoint presentations, videos, demonstrations and participation exercises.

For WHMIS training employees contribute to the session by giving examples of chemicals they use, if not at work, at home. During the training we refer back to these chemicals and classify them according to WHMIS criteria. By the time the session is done, all of the chemicals have been given WHMIS classifications thus aiding the students in their understanding of their hazards. Being able to relate personal experiences to the training assists greatly in learning retention.

Having fun and enjoying oneself is integral to a good learning experience. To that end we have developed and integrated games (e.g. Millionaire and Jeopardy) into the curricula. Our games have received significant accolades at conferences (e.g. Industrial Accident Prevention Association) and from clients. If you like, we can develop a game specific to your worksite, photos and all.

ROSE Environmental Services – Training Programs

  1. Accident Investigation
  2. Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology
  3. Arsenic/Mercury
  4. Auditing - Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety
  5. Bioaerosols
  6. Biological Hazards
  7. Biological Exposure Index - ACGIH
  8. Blood borne Pathogens
  9. Canada Labour Code - Part II
  10. Certification Part II
  11. Chemical Handling
  12. Chemical Spills
  13. Chemicals - Household
  14. Clean Room
  15. Confined Space Entry
  16. Designated Substances - Ontario
  17. Due Diligence
  18. Electrical Safety
  19. Emergency Response
  20. Ergonomics
  21. Ergonomic Assessments
  22. Evaluation and Sampling
  23. Fall Protection - Basics
  24. Fire - Chemicals
  25. Forklift Inspection
  26. Global Harmonization System
  27. Harassment in the Workplace
  28. Hazard Control – Administrative
  29. Hazard Control – Engineering
  30. Hazard Control – Personal Protection
  31. Hazard Investigations (CLC Regulations Part X)
  32. Health & Safety Committees
  33. HF Acid Handling
  34. High Vacuum Pump Handling
  35. Indoor Air Quality
  36. Industrial Hygiene
  37. Industrial Hygiene Sample Collection
  38. Inspection of the Workplace
  39. Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committees
  40. Ladder Safety
  41. Lead
  42. Lock-Out/Tag-Out
  43. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  44. Mould
  45. Noise and its Measurement
  46. Occupational Health and Safety Act - Ontario
  47. Particulate Hazards
  48. Personal Protective Equipment
  49. Powered Equipment Safety
  50. Pressure Testing Equipment
  51. Radiation - Ionizing
  52. Radiation – Lasers
  53. Radiation - Non-Ionizing
  54. Radiation – X-Rays
  55. Respiratory Protection
  56. Root Cause Analysis
  57. Risk Analysis
  58. Stress in the Workplace
  59. Temperature Extremes – Cold
  60. Temperature Extremes – Heat
  61. Toxicology
  62. Threshold Limit Values - ACGIH
  63. Violence in the Workplace
  64. W.H.M.I.S. - Construction
  65. W.H.M.I.S. - Industrial
  66. W.H.M.I.S. - Commercial
  67. Welding Safety
  68. Workers’ Safety and Insurance Act
  69. Workers’ Safety and Insurance Board
  70. Workplace Inspection

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