Hazardous Materials

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This template trains your audience on hazardous materials in the workplace. The grid-based layout arms your employees with best practices to keep them safe. Customize the welcome message, background image and logo to make it your own. Use its demo task content to get a head start in creating your company's content.

Recommended Use

  • Category: Policies
  • Sub-Category: Industrial Education and Safety
  • Template target: Small/Medium-sized companies (40-500 employees)
  • Course audience: Industrial Workers


This template uses an teal pattern as default aesthetic. 

You can replace the logo, background and task specific images by selecting different ones from the Media library, or upload your own.

Locke-login.png Locke-launcher.png
locke-portal.png Locke-course.png

Images and assets are available in the following colors:

  • Teal (Default)
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Grey
  • Red
  • Purple
  • Orange


This industrial education and safety template is built using 3 Chapters and multiple tasks that train your audience on the dangers of hazardous materials in the workplace.

Chapter 1: WHMIS Basics

  1. Slideshow: Chapter 1 Introduction
  2. Guide Pop-up: Menu
  3. This or That: Basic Safety
  4. Multiple Choice: Legal Fundamentals
  5. Checkpoint
  6. True or False: Responsibilities 
  7. Missing Word: Manufactured Products
  8. Checkpoint
  9. Scenario: On the Farm
  10. Conclusion

Chapter 2: WHMIS Classification

  1. Slideshow: Chapter 2 Introduction
  2. Missing Word: Classification
  3. Checkpoint
  4. This or That: Definitions
  5. Sort Order: Hazard Sorting
  6. Checkpoint
  7. Matching: Health Hazards
  8. Matching: Physical Hazards
  9. Checkpoint
  10. Scenario: New Product
  11. Conclusion

Chapter 3: WHMIS Identification

  1. Slideshow: Chapter 3 Introduction
  2. Checkpoint
  3. This or That - Image: Pictograms
  4. Multiple Choice - Image: Labels
  5. Checkpoint
  6. Multiple Choice - Image: SDS
  7. Checkpoint
  8. Scenario: Downed Man
  9. Conclusion

You can keep the template structure intact by replacing the demo content with your own, or you can completely change the design of your project and start from scratch.


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