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A hazardous material is any substance that can cause illness, disease, or death to unprotected people. Three parts of WHMIS: Labels Worker education Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Worker’s Responsibilities. Responsibilities of workers include:

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A hazardous material is any substance that can cause

illness, disease, or death to unprotected people.

  • Three parts of WHMIS:
    • Labels
    • Worker education
    • Material Safety
    • Data Sheets (MSDS)

Jonathan Evans 2007

worker s responsibilities
Worker’s Responsibilities
  • Responsibilities of workers include:
    • Using personal protection and safety
    • Following safe work procedures
    • Knowing and complying with all regulations
    • Report Injury, Illness, unsafe acts conditions

Jonathan Evans 2007

employers responsibilities
Employers Responsibilities
  • The Employer has the Responsibility to:
    • Instructing Workers
    • Enforcing health and safety regulations
    • Correcting unsafe acts and unsafe conditions
    • Reporting & Investigating accidents/incidents
    • Inspection & minimize/eliminate hazards
    • Ensuring equipment is properly maintained

Jonathan Evans 2007

worker s rights
Worker’s Rights
  • Workers Have the Right to:
    • Right to refuse unsafe work
    • Right to participate in the workplace health and safety activities through Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) or as a worker health and safety representative
    • Right to know, or the right to be informed about, actual and potential dangers in the workplace

Jonathan Evans 2007

review questions
Review Questions
  • What does WHMIS stand for?
  • What are the three parts of WHMIS?
  • What are the workers responsibilities?
  • What rights do workers have?
  • What are the employers responsibilities?

Jonathan Evans 2007

whmis has six broad hazard classifications
WHMIS has six broad hazard classifications:

Class A - Compressed Gas

Class B - Flammable and Combustible Material

Class C - Oxidizing Material

Class D - Poisonous and Infectious Material

Class E - Corrosive material

Class F - Dangerously reactive material

Jonathan Evans 2007

activity
Activity
  • Before we look at the different Whmis Symbols, in 4groups create your own symbols, without using existing ones. Use chart paper, then present.
  • Create symbols for:

Class A - Compressed Gas

Class B - Flammable and Combustible Material

Class C - Oxidizing Material

Class D - Poisonous and Infectious Material

Class E - Corrosive material

Class F - Dangerously reactive material

Jonathan Evans 2007

whims symbols
WHIMS Symbols

Class D, Division 1 >

Poisonous and Infectious Material: Immediate and serious toxic effects

Class D, Division 2 >

Poisonous and Infectious Material: Other toxic effects

Class D, Division 3 >

Poisonous and Infectious Material: Biohazardous infectious materials

Jonathan Evans 2007

whims symbols1
WHIMS Symbols

Class A >

Compressed Gas

Class B >

Flammable and Combustible Material

Class C >

Oxidizing Material

Jonathan Evans 2007

whims symbols2
WHIMS Symbols

Class E >

Corrosive Material

Class F >

Dangerously Reactive Material

Jonathan Evans 2007

supplier label required elements
Supplier LabelRequired Elements
  • Name of product
  • Name of supplier, e.g., BDH, Fisher
  • Reference to MSDS
  • Hazard Symbols
  • Risk phrases
  • Precautionary measures
  • First aid measures

Jonathan Evans 2007

supplier label
Supplier Label

Jonathan Evans 2007

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Product identification and use

Hazardous ingredients

Physical data

Fire and explosion data

Reactivity data

Toxicological properties

Preventative measures

First aid measures

Preparation information

Nine Sections of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

Jonathan Evans 2007

material safety data sheet
Material Safety Data Sheet

Jonathan Evans 2007

material safety data sheet1
Material Safety Data Sheet

Jonathan Evans 2007

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Review Questions
  • What are the six broad classifications?
  • What is on the supplier label?
  • Why should you check the supplier label?
  • What is put on the MSDS sheet?
  • Why should you review the MSDS sheet?

Jonathan Evans 2007

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Activity
  • Your group will be given a MSDS sheet
  • Go over the MSDS sheet and summarize what it says about the product.

Jonathan Evans 2007

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