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Introducing New ESTS 2024 Training for Electrical Workers in Canada

Danatec is thrilled to unveil the newly rebuilt Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS) Electrical Worker 2024 - Canada, Arc Flash, & Shock online training program! Developed in collaboration with the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA), the Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC), and the Electrical Industry Education Trust Fund of Alberta (EITCA), this program is…

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What is WHMIS Training?

What is WHMIS? The acronym WHMIS stands for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It was developed by the Government of Canada to set standards for communication of hazardous materials. This…
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Why Every Canadian Worker Should Have WHMIS Training

As a worker in Canada, you have the right to know and fully understand the hazards of chemical products used in your workplace. The Workplace Hazardous Information System (WHMIS) was…
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Why You Should Make the Switch to Online Training

Advancements in technology have made the Internet a powerful tool for hosting online training that can be used by employers and employees to replace traditional training methods – eliminating the…
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Update from the Training Sector

May Quarterly Update  It was a busy and successful first quarter in our Safety line of business as we continued to provide industry leading safety solutions to new and existing…
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What’s your safety pledge?

"We're in the business of sending you home safely" Danatec has been the leader in WHMIS and TDG training for over 33 years. Since then we've grown our offerings and made new…
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The WHMIS You Knew, The WHMIS You Want To Know

WHMIS has been with us since its introduction in 1988 and since then has gone through two revisions. The latest being the update that brings WHMIS into the 21st century. WHMIS…
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Employers Transitioning to WHMIS 2015

The deadline to become compliant with WHMIS 2015 is approaching. Each federal, provincial, and territorial jurisdiction across Canada has agreed to target a final deadline for transition to WHMIS 2015…
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Amendment to the Hazardous Products Regulations – April 2018

Amendment to the Hazardous Products Regulations This post is to notify you that an amendment to the Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR) was recently approved by the Governor in Council and registered…
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