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Occupational Safety Group (OSG) is the leading privately owned safety training business in Ontario, specializing in on-site or off-site WHMIS training and providing valuable information about WHMIS Safety, MSDS, and the WHMIS certificate procedure. We offer many courses both in classrooms (ours or yours) and with WHMIS online courses, so your staff will have countless opportunities to receive their Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System training.

WHMIS is special! Just about everyone who is employed in Canada must have WHMIS training.

Because W H M I S is needed across the country we decided to create this specialised web site to provide high quality education about the WHMIS label, WHMIS safety, and even information about decoding WHMIS symbols. Our training program is so much more than a dull slideshow presentation that recycle the same, old information. We used our in-house experts to create a brand new state-of-the art course that will guide you through the WHMIS safety standards.

Here are Some of the Benefits that Set OSG Apart:

We understand that Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System training and education can be dull, which is why we use custom video, animation, and highly visual content to make it interesting. We constantly check that you understand what we teach with interactive quizzes.

Our WHMIS online software is exceptionally fast! You can take the course and become certified in under an hour. We also maintain records of your training in both WHMIS and MSDS in case of a query by an official inspector.

Why Choose WHMIS-Training.ca?

You can take WHMIS training from any number of suppliers. But will you or your staff retain that learning and use it to help prevent accidents in your workplace? OSG has been around for many years. We are here for the long term – don’t buy your training from someone who won’t be there when you need them most. Trust OSG to provide you with immediate WHMIS training and long-lasting WHMIS support and assistance.

Our Blog

  • 5 Types of Workplace Safety Labels

    December 22, 2017

    Having proper signage or labeling in your workplace is an essential component of any workplace setup. Your employees, customers, and visitors should be aware of any danger that might occur in the workplace. The safety labels put up in any workplace must include GHS Pictograms. A pictogram is an image describing the risk at hand as well as a word stating the risk. Read on to find the five types of safety labels we shall cover in this article.

  • 6 Steps to Proper Biohazard Waste Disposal

    December 5, 2017

    The procedures for handling biohazard waste are relatively strict, but this is for the safety of workers and the general public. The use of biohazard Labels is often needed to make sure everyone near the materials understands what is in the containers. Below are the six steps you need to take to dispose of biohazard waste properly.

  • 7 Steps to Effective Work Place Safety Signage

    November 3, 2017

    Safety stickers and labels are vital for all organizations. Every warning sign you see in offices, roads, schools, and hospitals serve the purpose of notifying people of any potential danger. Biohazard labels and other warning signs make life much easier, and of course, a whole lot safer. This is why it is important for every organization to have them installed. Below are important tips that will ensure that your warning signs are effective.

  • 4 Must Know Information About Workplace Safety Labels

    October 11, 2017

    In Canada, the legislation stipulates that items used in the workplace meet the standards of classification and dangerous products need labeling. In other situations, workplace biohazard Labels are not very necessary. Labels fit the user as the first item on a product when it comes to alerting. Information necessary for everyone to know about tags includes;

  • Four Hidden Benefits of Workplace Safety Labels

    September 25, 2017

    With more organizations using a standardized collection of warning labels known as the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), we’ve seen a dramatic improvement in workplace safety over the last few years. Safety signs play an important role in preventing injuries and are critical to workplace safety. However, they can do more than inform workers of any potential hazard and the precautions to be taken. From way-finding signs to biohazard labels, warning signs can provide the following hidden benefits.

  • 5 Benefits of a Furnished Rental

    September 12, 2017

    Moving into a new apartment can be a very exciting process. When you are choosing between apartments, one option to consider is an unfurnished apartment. Leases for furnished rentals tend to be targeted for people that are looking for a short term rental Toronto with less commitment. While many people like to buy their own furniture, there are five advantages that come with leasing a furnished apartment that should be considered.

  • 5 Reasons to Have Your HVAC Unit Serviced Regularly

    August 11, 2017

    Homeowners rely greatly on their ability to stay warm indoors during the winter. They may also take for granted the ability to keep their homes cool during the hot summer months as well. However, if the furnace or air conditioner is not working properly, it may be as hot or cold inside as it is outside. Let's look at some reasons why it is critical to have your HVAC unit serviced on a regular basis.

  • Basic Information about Workplace Hazardous Material Information System

    July 19, 2017

    WHMIS represents Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System and is commonly used in Canada. It’s a communication standard dealing with workplace hazards and was enacted on 31st October 1988. WHMIS classification was enacted to address three main issues. The first aim of this enactment was to ensure that there are safety labels on containers containing dangerous material. The enactment made it mandatory for people dealing with hazardous products to provide material safety data sheets. Finally, the law by the Canadian government was meant to provide workers education and training programs about how to deal with hazardous materials. This law is overseen by the human resources development and they are the people who inspect whether hazardous materials have WHMIS labels and WHMIS symbols.