WHMIS 2015

  • Understanding The Cost of Workplace Injury: Why Training is Important
    Understanding The Cost of Workplace Injury: Why Training is Important

    The last few years during and post-COVID-19 have been tough on the economy, especially on small businesses. Business owners are working with tighter budgets and are cutting or reducing many activities or programs that don’t directly benefit the bottom line. What to cut and what to keep? Undoubtedly, this is a tricky balancing act for […]... Learn more

  • What Is The Difference Between WHMIS 2015 Vs HazCom 2012?
    What Is The Difference Between WHMIS 2015 Vs HazCom 2012?

    Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, or WHMIS, is a comprehensive plan for providing health and safety information on hazardous products for use, handling, or storage in Canadian workplaces. Canada’s Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR) regulate hazardous products in Canada, as well as WHMIS, its national hazard communication standard. Provincial or territorial government departments responsible for health […]... Learn more

  • The Convenience Of WHMIS Online Training
    The Convenience Of WHMIS Online Training

    The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, or WHMIS, was updated in 2015 to adhere to the Globally Harmonized System of Classifications and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), developed by the United Nations. All workers in Canada engaged with hazardous products are required by law to have WHMIS training. It is compulsory to know how to handle […]... Learn more

  • Webinar / Virtual Training: Safe & Convenient

    As experts in the fields of Dangerous Goods, Hazardous Waste and WHMIS / GHS, Global Hazmat has years of experience helping businesses bring their workplace up to government standards and keeping employees safe. To make it as easy and convenient as possible for companies to train their teams, we offer Customized Webinar Training. If your […]... Learn more

  • Canada has adopted GHS (WHMIS 2015)
    Canada has adopted GHS (WHMIS 2015)

    Canada has adopted GHS (WHMIS 2015). What does this mean? On February 11, 2015, the Government of Canada officially passed the GHS (Globally Harmonized System) to better follow the internationally recognized standard for hazard classification and communication into WHMIS. Health Canada’s program, WHMIS 2015, will be a transitional process to conclude December 1, 2018. What is GHS?? GHS […]... Learn more