Globally Harmonized WHIMIS


ntended for workers, this program offers an overview of the new GHS WHMIS. Participants will explore new standardized information, classification and communication requirements for hazardous products used, stored, handled or disposed of in the workplace. This includes new GHS-modified WHMIS labels, safety data sheets and pictograms. Like all WHSC programs, this training applies adult learning principles to ensure learning is achieved. Note: Workplaces in Ontario have begun to transition from original WHMIS to the new GHS WHMIS. During transition, which will be completed by December, 2018, employers must train workers in both original WHMIS and GHS WHMIS when both are in use.

Date:            Saturday, February 3, 2018

Location:     1 Ormond St. Thorold: Niagara Regional Labour Council Office

                      Please use south side entrance downstairs to the office

Time:             9:00 am to 12:00 pm (Noon)

Cost:              $40 per person: Please make cheques payable to NRLC.

To register, please fill up the registration form  and send to our mailing address
NRLC
P.O. Box 42, Stn Main
Thorold, ON
L2V 3Y7

Labour Community Advocate Training Level 1

The CLC and United Way partner in offering a Labour Community Advocate Training.

The program provides an opportunity for Labour Community Advocates from different unions affiliated to the Canadian Labour Congress to discuss their experiences and share ideas. It also provides training on community involvement, including the way community boards work and how to become an effective advocate on social issues.

Monday evenings January 8, 2018 – March 5, 2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm (9 sessions total)
Place: Niagara Regional Labour Council office, 1 Ormond Street South, Thorold
Cost: $175/participant (includes all materials and meals)


Labour Community Advocates have three roles:

· To link workers facing workplace, personal or family challenges with resources in the
  community;
· To identify community issues where the union can plan a role, through collective bargaining or
   social action; and
· To support community activism among union members, unions and labour organizations.

For more information on what Labour Community Advocates do and the subjects covered in the program, see the full pamphlet  here.