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Canadian law requires that any person exposed to hazardous materials in the workplace must be trained in Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).

Worksite Safety’s WHMIS Certification program has been developed to meet and exceed the Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. This comprehensive course includes the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling for chemicals (GHS) enacted in 2015, as well as WHMIS legislation introduced in 1988.

It is an employee’s responsibility to participate in WHMIS safety training, take necessary measures to protect themselves and co-workers, and to properly identify and control hazardous materials. The onus is on the employer to ensure that hazardous materials are properly labelled, to have MSDSs available, and to offer education and training about the products in the workplace.


  1. WHMIS Introduction
  2. WHMIS 1988 Classes, Divisions, & Symbols
  3. WHMIS 1988 Personal Protective Equipment
  4. WHMIS 1988 Labels & Storage
  5. WHMIS 1988 Material Safety Data Sheets
  6. WHMIS 2015 Groups, Classes, & Categories
  7. WHMIS 2015 Physical Hazard Group
  8. WHMIS 2015 Health Hazards Group
  9. WHMIS 2015 Labels & Storage
  10. WHMIS 2015 Safety Data Sheets


  • How and why WHMIS was formed
  • What GHS is and its use
  • What the HPA and CPR regulates
  • WHMIS 1988 classes, divisions, and symbols
  • How to use personal protective equipment
  • How to read a supplier product label, a consumer product label, and a workplace label
  • Safe storage practices
  • How to read an MSDS
  • WHMIS 2015 classes, divisions, and symbols
  • How to read an SDS
  • Where to get more information on a product
  • What you should do in case of an emergency or spill
  • What hazards are associated with certain products

All Workers must be trained in WHMIS 2015

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Corporate training services may be available on request. Services include:

  • Authoring of training modules specific to your workplace
  • Instructor education
  • Custom training manuals and employee handbooks
  • Custom developed training portals
  • Integration with internal learning management systems

What has changed with WHMIS 2015

WHMIS 2015 aligns the hazards classification and communication requirements with those used in the U.S. and by other major trading partners. The key changes from WHMIS 1988 to WHMIS 2015 are:

  • More comprehensive hazard classification criteria
  • New hazard classes
  • Physical hazard criteria now consistent with the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations
  • Standardized language
  • New requirements for supplier labels
  • New standardized 16-section safety data sheet (SDS) format

All Workers must be updated to the new WHMIS 2015


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