Learn about the latest changes to WHMIS training in Canada. The “WHMIS 2015” legislation introduced the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). This update comes with some significant changes including updated pictograms, a new safety data sheet format, and changes to supplier labels.
This is an overview of the TDG by ground Shipping Document, and how to fill them out properly.
Know your rights and responsibilities around working at heights, and what personal protective equipment you need to stay safe.
Customer Service & Support How do I contact Worksite Safety? Office hours are 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday-Friday. Our offices are closed during weekends and statutory holidays. Toll Free: 1 866 756 5552 Email: email@example.com Head Office Address: Suite 401 – 55 Head Street, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 3H8 Classroom Safety Training How do I… Read more »
Are you searching for some safety training for your job? Maybe it’s your first time taking this type of training or maybe you know the material like the back of your hand. Regardless of how well you know your safety stuff, purchasing training online might be an area where you could use some help. Whether… Read more »
Are you looking at heights training but wondering about the many options? Let me break it down by explaining the difference between Working at Heights and Fall Protection. What is Working at Heights Training? Let’s start with Working at Heights. This program has become a regulatory requirement for people who work in the construction industry… Read more »
What is WHMIS 2015? To address a frequently asked question: it is not a several-years-out-of-date training program. It is actually the name of the most up-to-date WHMIS legislation in Canada. Canada has aligned the original Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) legislation, known as WHMIS 1988 due to its origination in 1988, with the Globally… Read more »