WHMIS 1988/2015 in Mandarin
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About WHMIS 1988/2015 in Mandarin
Identifying the hazardous materials we work with and understanding how to protect ourselves from them are essential to ensuring a safe and healthy workplace.
With so many different materials across multiple industries within Canada, it was challenging to identify them all. The Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) created a consistent and practical way to identify hazardous materials and developed the necessary measures for prevention and control, should an accident or illness occur.
Designed to educate employees and managers at all levels of business, this course focuses on the processes and procedures contained within the WHMIS guidelines including the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS); employer and employee responsibilities; adverse health implications and provides tools for hazard prevention and control.
WHMIS 1988/015 in Mandarin makes it easier for people from China working in Ontario to complete the training. Moreover, easy slides and interactive quizzes make online training for WHMIS 1988/2015 in Mandarin an interesting experience. Therefore, by taking the online training for WHMIS 1988/2015 in Mandarin, you will easily be able to comply with the mandatory training requirement in Ontario. Hence, we recommend you to take advantage of this opportunity and stay in compliance.
About WHMIS 1988/2015
The authorities first developed WHMIS in 1988 based on the “Controlled Products Regulations (CPR)”. WHMIS stands for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. In fact, WHMIS created a consistent and practical way to identify hazardous materials. Moreover, it helped in developing the necessary measures for prevention and control, should an accident or illness occur. WHMIS 1988 is a nationwide system. Further, on February 11, 2015, the Canadian Government published the “Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR)”, which modified the WHMIS 1988.
The modified WHMIS incorporates the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), which is called WHMIS 2015. Furthermore, the government established a transition period to provide Canadian suppliers, employers, and workers time to adjust to WHMIS 2015. Moreover, the transition period will end on May 31, 2017 for manufacturers and importers. Further, it will end on May 31, 2018 for distributors. For the employers, it will end on November 30, 2018.
During the transition, employers must ensure they train workers on products with WHMIS 1988 labels. Further, train them in material safety data sheets (MSDS), products with WHMIS 2015 labels, and safety data sheets (SDS). WHMIS can be taken online. The online WHMIS module addresses both legislations as a combined training. Therefore, it incorporates WHMIS symbols/pictograms, supplier labels, workplace labels, MSDS/SDS, responsibilities, and controls. WHMIS 2015 has increasingly become an important part of the 4 mandatory occupational health and safety trainings in Ontario.