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May 1, 2018

Description

WHMIS 2015 applies to "hazardous products". A hazardous product is any product that meets the criteria to be classified in a category or subcategory of one or more of the hazard classes as described in the federal Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR).


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September 1, 2016

Description

The federal Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) legislation was amended February 11, 2015, to align with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for classifying and labelling chemicals. Alberta will amend the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Code, Part 29 to be consistent...


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June 1, 2015

Description

This document identifies specific references to the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) in science programs of study.


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June 1, 2015

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Presente les changements aux normes du Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT) qui affecteront à la fois le personnel scolaire et les élèves.


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June 1, 2015

Description

Ce document identifie les références spécifiques au Système d’information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT) dans les programmes d’études des sciences.


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June 1, 2015

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Ce document présente la liste des mentions du Système d’information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT) qui se trouvent dans les programmes d’études des ÉPT.


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October 1, 2011

Description

The Letters W-H-M-I-S stand for "Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System." WHMIS is a national hazard communication system. It affects suppliers, importers, and distributors of potentially hazardous materials used at worksites, and employers and workers who use those materials.


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July 1, 2009

Description

Canada’s occupational health and safety agencies have agreed to allow the use of an internationally recognized format for material safety data sheets (MSDSs). This fact sheet looks at what must be done to ensure that an MSDS complies with existing legislation.


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April 1, 2009

Description

Many products used at oil and gas lease sites may be hazardous to workers’ health and safety. Employers must have specific information available on-site for any of these products that are classified as “controlled products” under the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). This...