Online WHMIS 2015 Training &

Online TDG Course

Annual WHMIS and TDG training keeps workers safe. Review this material – workers need to be adequately trained and ready for any situation relating to hazardous materials.

Covers WHMIS 2015 and 1988 and TDG in Canada

This online WHMIS 2015 TDG package online course provides an understanding on the classification, safe storage and identification systems with hazardous materials in the workplace (WHMIS) as well as the regulations for Transporting Dangerous Goods within Canada (TDG). Certificates are provided for both courses. These courses cover GHS in Canada as well as updated TDG legislation for 2015.

The GHS system explains and analyzes the dangers of chemical materials, providing insight on health and safety information. 

The TDG Regulations are a set of rules established to specify the safety standards required for shipping hazardous products from one place to another. Also, these rules are designed to provide methods of communication with regards to the extent of danger and risk that is linked with hazardous products.

This Online WHMIS 2015 Course Covers:

  • Physical and health hazards
  • Precautionary measures to protect your health and safety
  • How to choose appropriate personal protective equipment
  • WHMIS 2015 hazard classifications
  • Hazard and safety information found on WHMIS 2015 labels
  • WHMIS 2015 symbols and pictograms
  • Information contained on safety data sheets
  • Worker rights and employer responsibilities under WHMIS 2015
  • The importance of education and training

With these online courses, you will be able to save time and energy by attending to other relevant areas. However, the Alberta, Edmonton company ensures that all employees and trainees are well experienced since the training is a continuous process.

This Online TDG Course Covers:

  • The requirements for TDG training and certification
  • Dangerous goods classification
  • Packing groups
  • Shipping name
  • Compatibility groups
  • Placards and UN numbers
  • Label requirements
  • Safety marks
  • Packaging and vessel requirements
  • Requirements for documentation
  • Exemptions
  • The ERAP (Emergency Response Assistance Plans)
  • Reporting requirements
  • Containers
  • TDG schedules

 

To make learning easier for you, many of the courses we offer can be accessed on any internet-enabled device including PCs, tablets, smartphones and many others. This will enable employees and trainees to learn when and where it is most convenient.

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