WHMIS 2015 – Are you ready for the June 2018 deadline?
In 2015, Canada adopted the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) and began the transition from WHMIS 1988 to WHMIS 2015. Similar to the OSHA HazCom transition of HCS 2012, the new regulation updates hazard communication to workers in the workplace and includes requirements to provide education and training to all employees.
To help you with the transition and ensure compliance with the changing regulations and deadlines, SiteHawk provides informational resources outlining requirements and timelines as well as training course material to ensure compliance and educate employees about the important changes in the transition.
What is WHMIS 2015? What are the requirements? When are the deadlines?
For a quick primer on WHMIS 2015, view the infographic below, also available in French
The May 2018 deadline for GHS-compliant safety data sheets is fast approaching. Will you be ready?
Leverage SiteHawk’s SDS Authoring Services to accelerate compliance. Our team of expert SDS authors is available to assist with any aspect of SDS creation or translation. SiteHawk services can also assist with providing access to your product Safety Data Sheets by offering self-service hosting or SDS distribution via fax, email or postal mail. Request a quote or call 1-877-483-4295 to speak with a Solutions Consultant immediately.
WHMIS Training Video: Educate and Train Your Employees
Under the new guidelines, employers are required to train their employees annually or when work conditions or hazard information changes. SiteHawk offers a WHMIS 2015 training video and 15 supplemental testing questions (uploadable to a SCORM-compatible learning management system) to help you educate employees about their responsibilities to maintain compliance and promote a safe working environment. This video is offered in English and French (CA).
SiteHawk WHMIS 2015 Transition Guide
Our transition guide provides an overview of the transition timeline and describes employee responsibilities during the transition. Educate your employees about changes to workplace safety regulatory requirements and how information about chemicals is communicated to workers in the workplace.
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