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  • WHMIS to GHS Thumbnail

    WHMIS 2015 - Moving to Global Harmonized System (GHS) from WHMIS

    A free 30 minute joint webinar with MOL Provincial Hygienist and PSHSA Health and Safety Consultant to talk about the current status of GHS. This session will provide an update on what you need to know to prepare for the transition from WHMIS, what we know right now and what we don’t know and how to stay in compliance. The intent of GHS is to help eliminate multiple classification systems and enhance protection of human health by using standard consistent messaging. 

This webinar is presented by PSHSA and guest speaker from the Ministry of Labour.

    This webinar is intended for all sectors and is designed to aid workplaces understand the new GHS system that is coming into effect. WHMIS continues to be enforced at this time but there will be a transition to the new GHS system in the future. GHS is a internally consistent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information through labels and safety data sheets. This webinar is to keep our clients in the loop and up to date as the transition progresses. Future webinars will be held to continue to update PSHSA client groups.

    Length: 30 minutes

  • WHMIS 2015

    WHMIS 2015 eLearning

    The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) 2015 is Canada's new national hazard communication standard. This eLearning is designed for all employees at all levels across all sectors. The training provides information on the new WHMIS 2015 standard as well as WHMIS 1988. This design aids learners in identifying the new requirements and changes from their previous WHMIS training while achieving compliance for both. By completing this course, Ontario workers and supervisors will be able to:
    1. Describe what WHMIS 2015 is and why it is important to workers
    2. Describe what GHS is and how it affects WHMIS 2015
    3. Identify the WHMIS 2015 hazard classes and symbols
    4. Identify the types of information covered on supplier and workplace labels
    5. Describe the purpose, content and function of a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
    6. Describe the hazards associated with controlled products
    7. Describe legal rights and duties under WHMIS 2015
    A certificate is provided upon successful completion of this course. To complete the course, learners must achieve at least 80% on the final quiz. Length: This course will take approximately 1.5 hours to complete. This course is also available to upload onto your own Learning Management System. For more information, please contact

  • Workplace Harassment Changes to the OHSA - Bill 132 Webinar

    For information on the upcoming legislative changes on Workplace Harassment and the Code of Practice, PSHSA and the Ministry of labour will be hosting a webinar. This webinar will provide you with information on what has changed in the OHSA and what you, as an employer in Ontario need to know so you can achieve compliance Length: 47 minutes

  • Workplace Harassment eLearning

    Workplace Harassment eLearning

    This PSHSA eLearning module provides an overview of existing statutory requirements for workplace violence and harassment under OHSA and the extended obligations arising from legislative changes. It’s important that everyone in the workplace adopt an attitude that it is never okay to engage in harassment or sexual harassment. There are specific rights and obligations under provincial legislation with respect to harassment and sexual harassment but more so, the safety and security of workers in the workplace is essential to promoting a production, harmonious and successful organization. This eLearning module contains the information and resources that you need to ensure that you understand current legislation, organizational policies, procedures and protocols around workplace harassment and sexual harassment.

    Course objectives include:

    • Describe the context and impact of workplace harassment and sexual harassment
    • Define terms used in the Occupational Health and Safety Act, (OHSA or The Act) workplace harassment legislation
    • Identify your rights and obligations under provincial harassment and sexual harassment legislation

    Length: This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

    This course is also available to upload onto your own Learning Management System. For more information, please contact