Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (R.R.O 1990, Regulation 860)
Technology changes and the materials we use in industry changes too. With this in mind, it’s important that your training strategies maintain the intent of the WHMIS legislation…ensure workers receive training so they have the knowledge needed to identify hazards and protect themselves from injury or illness. We can help you identify opportunity areas and provide the employee training needed to keep your business in compliance.
In order to assist you in reaching compliance with the ICSS, is offering training sessions as described below:
Duration: 3 Hour Course
In-class lecture including a competency check that will be marked in class. Our instructor will deliver a comprehensive training program to ensure compliance with all the requirements of the regulations..
- Understanding the new WHMIS legislation.
- New Supplier Labeling requirements, & exisiting Workplace label requirements
- New Hazard symbol identification.
- Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
- Worker education.
- Special training requirements.
Everyone who is exposed or is likely to be exposed to hazardous materials is required to receive WHMIS/GHS training.
Your facility or ICSS facility.
A Certificate will be issued at the end of the session and a Record of Training sent to the appropriate administrative personnel.