Alberta Labour is responsible to enforce the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act, Regulation and Code and has an agreement (MOU) with Health Canada to enforce the federal Hazardous Products Act and associated regulations.
Activities related to WHMIS include technical support for stakeholders, interpretations of the legislation as well as enforcement activities (provincial and federal requirements, as appropriate). These activities are shared by the OHS Policy and Program Development Branch and the OHS Delivery Branch with support from Health Canada and the OHS Contact Centre.
Current WHMIS Requirements
Occupational Health and Safety Act
Occupational Health and Safety Regulation
Occupational Health and Safety Code
Status of the new WHMIS Requirements
Changes to WHMIS requirements in the OHS Code to reflect WHMIS 2015 came into force on June 1, 2018.
WHMIS 2015 Information for Employers
WHMIS 2015 Information for Workers
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