This test is designed for workers who have previously completed a WHMIS 1988 course. If you have not completed a WHMIS 1988 course in your lifetime, you must also take that test.

Records of completion will be automatically sent to Brayden.

Completion and documenting of this WHMIS (2015) Supplement will ensure that workers' training is up-to-date and that employers are compliant with the standards in Canada's Hazardous Products Act (HPA), and the new Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR).

This test was last edited 1:58PM on 04/01/2019 by Brayden Chamberlain

There are 32 questions total. 28 or more (87.5%) questions correct is required to pass. If you do not pass, you will have to re-take this test.

This is an open book test. Feel free to research your answers. This test should NOT be completed during work hours without Trevor's approval/acknowledgement.

PART 1 - Multiple Choice

1. WHMIS provides information to workers about hazardous materials through which of the following method(s)?

2. Which of the following are potential effects of a health hazard? Select all that apply.

3. A simple asphyxiant hazard is defined as:

4. A pyrophoric gas:

5. Match the WHMIS 2015 hazard pictogram with the correct category below

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1.1 Flammables (gases, aerosols, liquids, solids); Pyrophoric (liquids, solids, gases); Self-reactive substances and mixtures; Self-heating substances and mixtures; Substances and mixtures which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases, organic peroxides

1.2 Oxidizing (liquids, solids, gases)

1.3 Gases under pressure

1.4 Carcinogenicity; Germ cell mutagenicity; respiratory sensitization; reproductive toxicity; Specific target organ toxicity - single exposure; Specific target organ toxicity - repeated exposure; Aspiration hazard

1.5 Corrosive to metals; Skin corrosion; Serious eye damage

1.6 Self-reactive substances and mixtures, Organic peroxides

1.7 Acute Toxicity

1.8 Acute Toxicity (harmful); Skin irritation; Eye

1.9 Biohazardous infectious materials

6. A signal word on a shipping label

7. Workplace labels are required when

8. A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is available in the workplace to

9. Which of the following MSDS sections describes emergency procedures, protective equipment, and how to contain and cleanup

a spill or release?

10. If you are working with a chemical and need to find out about the routes of exposure, as well as the short and long term

effects of exposure, where on the MSDS would you look?

Part 2 - Written Response

11. What is the purpose of a WHMIS label, in your own words?

12. What are the two types of WHMIS labels?

13. Identify seven types of information commonly found on a supplier label

14. Identify the three types of information found on this workplace label:

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15. Name two situations where other means of identification can be used

16. Where are the MSDS kept at Express Custom?

17. How often must a MSDS be updated?

18. How many items of information are required on a MSDS?

19. Define Acute and Chronic exposure

20. Using a MSDS (Find Online) for a product found at Express Custom please identify:

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