Learn the Latest about GHS
CCOHS has worked in partnership with the Workplace Hazardous Materials Directorate of Health Canada (formerly the National Office of WHMIS) to develop a series of WHMIS After GHS fact sheets and e-courses. These free resources have been recently updated to reflect the latest information.
Free Webinar from Health Canada
To help you learn more about the GHS and how it will impact WHMIS, Health Canada, in collaboration with CCOHS, has released a free recorded webinar. This presentation will give you a better understanding of Health Canada's proposed approach to implementing the GHS in Canada and will outline proposed new hazard classification and communication obligations in WHMIS, which will take effect when the GHS is implemented in Canada.
CANWrite GHS – Write (M)SDSs that meet Canadian WHMIS and US OSHA requirements
Chemical manufacturers and suppliers provide material safety data sheets (MSDSs) to help employers and workers understand product hazards and how to work safely with them. The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) is being implemented into the U.S. OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, and work is underway for implementation into the Canadian Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).
Designed to help you manage your occupational health & safety responsibilities relating to MSDSs, right-to-know requirements and hazard communication.
OSH Answers - Online Answers to Workplace Health & Safety Questions
- MSDSs, GHS (Globally Harmonized System),
- Compressed Gases,
- Chemical Profiles...
- Corrosive Liquids & Solids,
- Workplace Inspections,
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)...
- Due Diligence,
Get your employees up to speed on WHMIS/GHS quickly, easily and cost-effectively. New e-courses added:
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