W.H.M.I.S. Review

Employee Name(*)
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Email Address(*)
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Employee #(*)
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What does W.H.M.I.S. stand for?
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Name three different kinds of labels:

Label 1
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Label 2
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Label 3
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What does the term M.S.D.S. mean?
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Where is the M.S.D.S. binder kept in your workplace to enable easy access?
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List five hazardous chemicals that are used in your workplace:

Hazardous Chemical 1
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Hazardous Chemical 2
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Hazardous Chemical 3
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Hazardous Chemical 4
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Hazardous Chemical 5
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You can't see it, you can't smell it, you can't taste it. It's nicknamed 'the silent killer'. What is it?
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When is it too late to check an M.S.D.S.?
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What do these consumer project labels mean?

Consumer Product Label 1
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Consumer Product Label 2
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Consumer Product Label 3
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Consumer Product Label 4
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Match up the symbols here with the correct answer and risk factor below:



Potential Answers & Risk Factors:
  1. Oxidizing Material.
    • Intensifies a fire. Example: oxygen, calcium, nitrate, chlorine
  2. Flammable and Combustible Material.
    • Catches fire if exposed to a source of ignition of if sufficiently heated. Example carbon monoxide, hydro-sulphide
  3. Corrosive Material.
    • Causes irreparable skin damage to skin or eyes on contact. Example: Caustic soda, hydrochloric acid
  4. Materials Causing Immediate and Serious Text Effects.
    • Fast-acting poisons with very serious effects. Examples: carbon monoxide, Hydrogen.
  5. Materials Causing Other Toxic Effects.
    • Effects on body organs after long exposure. Examples: asbestos, lead, silica.

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