Edmonton, Canada, January 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- In worst case scenarios, this neglect can lead to irritation, burns, sensitization, heart ailments, kidney damage, lung damage, and even cancer. To educate workers about the dangers in the workplace, MI Safety is now offering the Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) to their line of safety training courses.
Edmonton residents have the option of taking the WHMIS course in three different versions: online, in-class, or as a self-study. According to Health Canada, “The federal Hazardous Products Act established the national standard for chemical classification and hazard communication in Canada and is the foundation for workers’ ‘right-to-know’ legislation enacted in every province and territory.” MI Safety’s WHMIS abides to the national guidelines by teaching students everything there is to know about hazardous material safety including symbols, responsibilities of employers, the controlled goods act, and Alberta WHMIS legislation.
The manual itself costs $22.50+GST and the course can be taken with no less than 8 people. To learn more about WHMIS or other safety courses, Edmonton residents can visit the MI Safety website at http://www.misafety.ca/.
About MI Safety
Today, MI Safety Inc. offers OSSA Fall Protection, Enform H2S Alive, OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitoring, Global Ground Disturbance Level I and II, Standard First Aid Training with CPR, OSSA Regional Orientation, as well as a number of other safety training courses.