WHMIS & GHS 2015

WHMIS & GHS 2015


This courses consists of 7 modules with video training and a exam. Once you pass your exam, you may print your certificates of completion.


WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) helps identify the hazards of products and groups them by similar properties or hazards into classes.

The Hazardous Products Regulations specifies the criteria used to place the products within each classification, which are then made by the manufacturer or supplier for products used in Canada.

WHMIS is Canada’s hazard communication standard for providing health and safety information on hazardous products intended for use, handling, or storage in Canadian workplaces.

WHMIS 2015 eLearning from Safety First meets the Ministry of Ontario standard for general training. Each workplace must still provide site-specific training to all employees, where applicable.

Prerequisite: N/A

Expires: Every year

Valid: Across Canada

Course Duration: 30 mins depending on each learner

Course Outline

 1. Introduction of WHMIS 2015

2. Workplace Responsibilities

3. Hazard Classification

4. Pictograms

5. WHMIS Labels

6. Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

7. Protecting Yourself


Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define what WHMIS 2015 means and how it applies to you at work 
  • Determine the legislated WHMIS 2015 roles and responsibilities for employers, supervisors, and workers 
  • Describe WHMIS Groups, Classes, and Categories 
  • Identify WHMIS pictogram
  • Understand and apply the information on WHMIS labels and safety data sheets (SDS)
  • Ensure how you can protect yourself from hazardous products and chemicals at work 
  • Ensure what to do in an emergency involving hazardous products and chemicals



Who Should Take It?

All workers including employers, supervisors, and employees in Canada. The Benefit of Online Training Online Training with Safety First is fast and effective, some benefits include: 

• Available 24/7 

• Can be completed from home 

• No need to remove employees from work to complete mandatory training 

• Employers can be sure every learner has received the same quality of training 

• Save on traveling cost 

• No minimum number of participants needed to complete the course