Upon completion, participants will know the purpose of WHMIS, be able to describe and understand key elements, know the rights and resonsibilities of suppliers, employers and workers, understand hazard symbols and their meaning, and more.
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As many of you are already aware, there are amendments to OH&S Regulation Part 9 (Confined Spaces) coming into effect on Tuesday February 1st. Currently, section 9.22 (1) states that if isolation using the measures specified in section 9.18 (double block and bleed) is not practicable, the employer may implement alternate measures acceptable to WorkSafeBC. […]
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