With our WHMIS video DVD Kit, you receive:
- A 15-minute video DVD
- Substantial Leader Guide (Word format)
- A reproducible Participant Guide (Word format)
- A professional PowerPoint presentation
- A WHMIS poster
- A sample Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
- A quiz and quiz key
- Wallet certificate
- Certificate of Completion template
- A Scheduling Sheet to track your learners
This WHMIS e-Learning program presents an interactive design for education and training under Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). The goal of this training program is to give participants knowledge and information which they can understand and apply to safely handle, store and dispose of hazardous materials.
- Basics of WHMIS
- WHMIS legislation and enforcement (including responsibilities)
- Hazard classes and their symbols
- WHMIS labels
- Education and training
Upon completion of this training program participants will be able to:
- Apply information in the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
- Identify supplier and workplace labels
- Identify and locate Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) in their work area
- Understand the health and safety hazards they may encounter
- Recognize the WHMIS symbols associated with hazardous materials
- Understand their rights and responsibilities as they relate to WHMIS
Training Program Duration
Average time to complete this WHMIS e-Learning program is approximately 45 minutes. This WHMIS e-Learning program is self-paced. Participants may pause/leave the online training program at any time and can resume where they left off.
Workers and supervisors in workplaces where controlled products are used; human resources and safety professionals with responsibilities for training and compliance; anyone who works with, or near, controlled products.
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HR Proactive has developed a suite of WHMIS training products to help you meet Alberta’s requirements and legislation, whether your business centre
is in Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Lethbridge or the smallest community of Lacombe.