WHMIS's Requirements Have Changed
Is Your Lab Compliant?
Have you heard? WHMIS has made important safety updates that affect your school's chemistry department and chemical storage systems. These changes and new requirements are known as WHMIS 2015, and are now in effect. They impact your school’s chemistry department and labs, including new requirements for chemical labeling, handling, and storage.
If you haven't taken steps to ensure your chemistry lab meets WHMIS/GHS requirements, your school will be at risk of costly fines and penalties.
What Are the Major Changes?
- Chemical labels
- Safety data sheets
- Hazard classification
- Information and training
Learn more about these requirements from the CCOHS website
We Can Help You Update Your Lab.
We have everything you need to convert your chemical inventory, get WHMIS/GHS-compliant, and avoid CCOHS penalties, including:
- WHMIS/GHS-compliant chemical labels and SDS
- Secondary conversion labels and tools to help you re-label your existing chemicals and avoid waste
- In-house chemistry experts on call to help you with chemical disposal, compliance, and tips for a faster, easier transition
Ready to Get Started?
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We've gathered everything you need to know about WHMIS/GHS chemical safety requirements and how to convert your chemistry lab in this complete, comprehensive guide. Request your step-by-step plan for converting your lab here.