SECOR Audit Scorecard
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WHMIS 2015: The Basics
This book explains the basics of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). It is also available in seven other languages: French, Korean, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Vietnamese.
Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR) Program: Audit Tool
This SECOR audit tool is provided to you before an audit so you know what you will be reviewing and can prepare accordingly.
WHMIS 2015: The Workplace Label
This toolbox meeting guide describes when workplace labels are needed, as well as information requirements and formatting guidelines.
WHMIS 2015: Safety Data Sheets
This toolbox meeting guide describes supplier and employer responsibilities. It also lists the 16 sections of an SDS and discusses how and when workers should use SDSs.
WHMIS 2015: The Supplier Label
This toolbox meeting guide describes the six information items that must be included on WHMIS 2015 supplier labels, as well as formatting guidelines for the labels.
WHMIS 2015: Pictograms Overview
This toolbox meeting guide introduces the 10 pictograms in WHMIS 2015.
WHMIS 2015: How Pictograms Compare to Hazard Symbols
This toolbox meeting guide compares the WHMIS 2015 pictograms with their corresponding WHMIS 1988 hazard symbols.
WHMIS 2015: The Hazard Categories
This toolbox meeting guide describes the system of hazard categories and types that fall under the physical and health hazard classes.
WHMIS 2015: The Health Hazard Classes
Hazardous products are divided into two groups: physical hazards and health hazards. This toolbox meeting guide describes the 12 classes of health hazards.