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Health Canada WHMIS website

Human Resources Development Canada Labour Program – contact with regards to “WHMIS controlled products used, handled, stored or disposed of in a federally-regulated workplace. (Federally regulated industries include: air transport; banking; bridges and tunnels; broadcasting; communications; federal crown corporations; the federal public service; feed, flour and seed mills; grain elevators; long shoring; energy and mining; pipelines; postal contractors; rail transport; interprovincial road transport; and water transport.)�


Alberta Human Resources and Employment (AHRE)

Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia

Manitoba Department of Labour and Immigration

New Brunswick Workplace Health Safety and Compensation Commission

Newfoundland Occupational Health and Safety Inspection Services

Northwest Territories and Nunavut Safety and Public Services

Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour

Ontario Ministry of Labour

Prince Edward Island Workers’ Compensation Board

Québec Commission de la santé et sécurité du travail

Saskatchewan Department of Labour

Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board


The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) (note: this is not WHMIS - but related), The United Nations
"the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), that is able to protect people from the mismanagement of chemicals, classify them according to their hazard and create a labelling system based on pictograms universally understandable, has been adopted in December 2002 in Geneva". This GHS system is now available for worldwide implementation.

The Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling (The GHS) - Implementation of the GHS in Canada, Health Canada


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