Hazard Communication [WHMIS]

  1. WHMIS: Working to Protect Your Health
  2. Introduction to WHMIS
  3. Hazard Communication
  4. MSDS
  5. WHMIS Labelling: Read the Label, It’s the Law


Title: WHMIS: Working To Protect Your Health (1991)

Number: B.1.1a
Description(2 copies) This video informs managers, supervisors and employees about the background of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) and an overview of the regulation. It examines the three principal components of WHMIS:-

  1. Employee training,
  2. Labels, and
  3. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).

Details include the rules concerning supplier and workplace labelling and section-by-section examination of a typical MSDS.
Time: Approx. 16 minutes
Manu./Supplier: ITS/Inter. Video Training

 


Title: Introduction to WHMIS (1988)

Number: B.1.1b
Description (2 copies) This program addresses the reasons for the WHMIS legislation. It provides an overview of the basic elements of WHMIS: – Labelling, MSDS, Employee training.
Time: Approx. 15 minutes
Manu./Supplier: Tel-A-Train/Electrolab

 


Title: Hazard Communication: The Chemical Worker’s Right-to-Know (1988)

Number: B.1.2a
Description This program provides a basic overview of OSHAs “Hazard Communication Standard” or the “Worker’s Right-to- Know Law”.
Time: Approx. 14 minutes
Manu./Supplier: Savant

 


Title: The MSDS: First Step to Chemical Safety (1987)

Number: B.2.1a
Description This video is designed to inform employees about the components of the material safety data sheet (MSDS). It gives the viewer a basic overview of the MSDS, and motivates the employee to consult the MSDS when working with hazardous materials.
Time: Approx. 14 minutes
Manu./Supplier: ITS/Inter. Video Training

 


Title: WHMIS Labelling: Read the label, it’s the Law (1988)

Number: B.3.1a
Description The program addresses the concept of supplier and workplace labelling of containers. It provides an overview of labelling requirements under WHMIS.
Time: Approx. 16 minutes
Manu./Supplier: ITS/Inter. Video Training