Target Audience Novice or Experienced People Requiring WHMIS 2015 Training in the Workplace. Site Specific and On Site Training Available. Learning Outcomes
- Comprehend WHMIS 2015 Fundamentals and Applicable Regulations
- Identify WHMIS 2015 and Hazardous Controlled Products Labels
- Safe Operating Procedures with Controlled Products
- Understand the Importance of Manufactures MSDS Along with Company MSDS Sheets
- Understand Safe Handling Methods for Hazardous Products within a Company
- Rules, Regulations and Requirements Governing the Need for WHMIS 2015
- What is WHMIS 2015?
- Who is Responsible for WHMIS 2015?
- WHMIS 2015 Classifications and Labels
- What is a Controlled Product?
- Dangers of Controlled Products
- Working and Handling of Controlled Products
- Controlled Product Storage
- MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets)
- Written Procedures for MSDS
- Renewal of MSDS (Every 3 Years)
- Partial and Complete Exemptions, WHMIS 2015
- Periodic WHMIS and MSDS Inspections
- Procedures for Isolation
- Emergency Preparedness
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Overall Importance of WHMIS 2015 & MSDS in the Workplace
Skills and Knowledge
- 4 Hour Course – Theory and Practical
Understand The Following
- Theory (Require 80% for Pass)
- Student Demonstration (Knowledge of Labels, Require 80% for Pass)
Delivery Method for This Training is Divided Into
- Rules, Regulations and Standards Governing the Requirements for WHMIS 2015
- The Importance of WHMIS 2015 Procedures
- The Dangers of Hazardous Controlled Products
- Isolation of Hazardous Products
- Understand All WHMIS 2015 Requirements
- Describe the Basic Requirements of MSDS
- Distinguish Between WHMIS 2015 Classifications
- Understand Safe Work Procedures
- Define Typical MSDS Procedure
- List the Sequence for a Typical Hazardous Controlled Product Safety Procedure
- Describe the Importance of WHMIS 2015 in the Workplace
- Theory – Manuals, PowerPoint, & Videos
- Practical – Student Demonstration and Assessment
On February 24, 2015, WorkSafeBC’s Board of Directors approved amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation.
These regulatory amendments to the OHSR came into force on the date the consequential amendments to sections 5 and 6 of the Workers Compensation Amendment Act, 2015, Bill 9, came into force. This occurred on August 4, 2015.
These changes harmonize with the Government of Canada’s implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The GHS does not replace WHMIS. The existing WHMIS requirements will align with the GHS elements and are now called WHMIS 2015.
This Course Follows WorkSafeBC Regulations and the Occupational Health & Safety Regulations (OHSR). Also, Including Canadian Standard Association (CSA) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Visit WorkSafeBC.com