Understanding WHMIS 2015

Our WHMIS Online Training Certificate Course is a comprehensive training program aimed at ensuring the safety of Canadian workers dealing with hazardous materials. The course is designed to simplify and explain the complexities of WHMIS, providing workers with the information they need to safely handle, store, and dispose of hazardous materials.

This comprehensive course caters to the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) and aims to make hazardous material information uniformly available to all Canadian workers. With multiple parties involved and a vast amount of information, WHMIS can be complex. This is where our WHMIS Online Training Certificate Course comes in to simplify and explain how WHMIS works.

Our course also outlines how the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling (GHS) is aligned with WHMIS and delineates the responsibilities of various roles under WHMIS. Furthermore, it guides learners on how to maximize the benefits from the hazardous material information available to them. The course includes the most recent WHMIS 2015 regulations, making it an ideal choice for all employees.

Key Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basics of WHMIS.
  • Recognize hazardous materials in the workplace.
  • Understand their responsibilities when dealing with hazardous materials.
  • Learn about the existing and potential hazards of different materials.
  • Know how to eliminate and control hazards.
  • Understand the classification of hazardous materials.
  • Learn about personal protective equipment (PPE) and its proper use.
  • Understand emergency and rescue procedures related to hazardous materials.


Our WHMIS Online Training Certificate Course covers the following insightful topics:

  • Part 1: What Is WHMIS? 
  • Part 2: How WHMIS Works

By the end of this course, you will be able to: 

  • Specify your rights and responsibilities under WHMIS
  • Identify the responsibilities of suppliers and employers under WHMIS
  • Recall how the Globally Harmonized System of Labelling and Classification of Chemicals (GHS) aligns with WHMIS