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How Chemicals Enter the Body

How Chemicals Enter the Body

Learn how hazardous chemicals in the workplace and the classroom can enter the body.

Format: Print
Language: English/French
Size:  40.6 cm by 63.5 cm
16 in by 25 in
Single poster:  $8* CAD





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Through inhalation, skin and eye contact, ingestion, and injection, hazardous chemicals may be harmful to your health. If these chemicals are not used, stored and handled properly, they can cause injury, illness and disease. Display this poster in workplaces so your employees are aware of how hazardous chemicals can enter the body, or post it up in the classroom to educate students.

This poster is printed double-sided, with English on one side and French on the other.


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Publications:
Implementing a Chemical Safety Program
WHMIS After GHS: Preparing for Change
WHMIS 2015 Fact Sheets FREE!
WHMIS 1988 Fact Sheets FREE!

Courses:
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GHS: HazCom 2012 for Workers
WHMIS 2015 for Workers
WHMIS 2015: An Introduction FREE!
WHMIS 1988 for Managers and Supervisors
WHMIS 1988 for Office Environments
WHMIS 1988 for Workers
WHMIS 1988 Refresher
WHMIS 1988: Understanding MSDSs

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WHMIS 1988 Classifications FREE!

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Software:
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Key Topic Page:
Chemicals & Product Safety

Webinars:

WHMIS 2015 How Canada is Adopting the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) for Workplace Chemicals FREE!




Date Modified: 2016-11-30 14:22:56