WHMIS 2015 Training




Skill Level

1 h




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WHMIS has been in effect in Canada since 1988. It is the standard for hazards communication for hazardous products in the workplace. In February 2015 WHMIS became WHMIS 2015 following the adoption of the Globally Harmonized System (or GHS). The transition period ended on December 1, 2018. Persons handling hazardous materials must therefore undergo WHMIS 2015 training.




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10-49 participants


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Learning Path

This module presents the responsibilities of the different stakeholders as well as the legal requirements found in the Hazardous Material Regulations.

Video  + Quiz

This module presents the different WHMIS 2015 hazard classes. At the end of this module the candidate will understand the different classes of hazardous products and the risks inherent to each.

Video + Quiz

This module presents the essential elements of the WHMIS 2015 safety data sheets. Following this module candidates will understand how to find and understand the information in an SDS.

Video + Quiz

This module presents the labelling requirements of WHMIS 2015 including the supplier and workplace labels. At the end of each module, there will a short quiz to confirm knowledge. Candidates will have three chances to complete each quiz.

Video + Quiz

About the author

Bernard Parker is a regulatory specialist with over 25 years of experience in hazmat handling and shipping.    His expertise includes Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG, IATA/ICAO, IMDG, 49CFR), Dangerous Products Regulations (WHMIS), Hazmat storage and fire prevention.  He is an experienced and certified trainer in several different fields and a voting member of Transport Canada’s TDGR training committee.  He is currently a training manager at the Dangerous Goods Training Center, an organization specializing in hazardous materials training.  Courses are available in English and in French.