GHS WHMIS 2015 - Mentor - London, ON

On-Site Only This course is only available for private on-site requests
Training Category
Health & Safety
Health & Safety Course Category
General Safety
Start Date(s):
On Jun 21, 2019
Start Time:
8:30 AM
4 hours
Mike W
Response rate: 
Response time:
several hours
Course Schedule
Start Time
On Jun 21, 20198:30 AM4 hours
Course Information
CHS / WHMIS 2015 Safety Training in London, Ontario

WHMIS/GHS and MSDS training
– workplace hazardous materials information system with the GHS – globally harmonized system modules

The training includes modules on the new GHS components that are being implemented throughout Canada.

BULLIVANT & Associates training program:
  • Provides information on hazardous materials used in the workplace.
  • Facilitates hazard identification in the workplace.
  • Ensures consistency of information.
  • Provides training for management, supervisors, and workers.
  • WHMIS 2015/GHS and MSDS
Training includes:
  • WHMIS 2015/GHS Legislation
  • How to read WHMIS Labels and Material Safety Data Sheets
  • How to Protect Yourself and Others
  • The High Cost of Illnesses and Injuries
  • Occupational and Health & Safety Act
  • The Purpose of WHMIS
  • Rights of Workers
  • Responsibilities Under WHMIS (Suppliers, Employers, Workers)
  • Exclusions Under WHMIS
  • Information Delivery (Labels, MSDS)
  • Supplier Label
  • Workplace Label
  • Hazardous Classification Symbols
  • Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D1, Class D2, Class D3, Class E, Class F Symbols
  • SDS – Safety Data Sheets
  • SDS – Product Information, Hazardous Ingredients, Physical Data
  • SDS – Fire or Explosion Hazard, Reactivity Data, Toxicological Properties
  • SDS – Preventative Measures, First Aid Measures, Preparation of Information
  • Routes of Entry
  • Where to Control a Hazard
  • Worker Education
  • Written Quiz
This training is recommended for new employees, those who have never received training or those who have not had a refresher course for in the past 12 months.
About Mentor Safety With over 60 years of combined workplace safety expertise, Mentor Safety provides both the consulting you need to assess, develop and recommend a continuous safety ... moreprogram and the professional training to, engage your employees to ensure their safety in the long run.

Mentor Safety Consultants senior consultant has over 27 years of safety experience and is a Certified Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), Certified Health and Safety Consultant (CHSC) and a member or the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.


Our goal is to provide large or small businesses a cost-effective professional safety consulting service that meets the needs of protecting the safety of your most valuable asset, your employees.

Based on the concept of constant improvement, we will offer to our client's such services as safety gap analyses, hazard/risk assessments, assistance with work well audits, safety standards and, in general, be a safety resource for your organization.
Business Location:
London, Ontario
General Safety Course Type
GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals. GHS defines and classifies the hazards of chemical products, and communicates health and ... moresafety information on labels and safety data sheets). The goal is that the same set of rules for classifying hazards, and the same format and content for labels and safety data sheets (SDS) will be adopted and used around the world. An international team of hazard communication experts developed GHS.

Currently, many different countries have different systems for classification and labelling of chemical products. In addition, several different systems can exist even within the same country. This situation has been expensive for governments to regulate and enforce, costly for companies who have to comply with many different systems and confusing for workers who need to understand the hazards of a chemical in order to work safely.

GHS promises to deliver several distinct benefits. Among them are:

Promoting regulatory efficiency.

Facilitating trade.

Easing compliance.

Reducing costs.

Providing improved, consistent hazard information.

Encouraging the safe transport, handling and use of chemicals.

Promoting better emergency response to chemical incidents.

Reducing the need for animal testing.
Cancellation Policy
No Cancellations
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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