Can you use "e.g." after you have listed something?
I've been busy trying to figure out training, WHMIS e.g.
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To try to integrate all the responses into a single answer: yes, you __could_ put e.g. after a list -- but that's an uncommon usage and is likely to interrupt the reader rather badly while they work through exactly this debate, and unless that's your intent you _shouldn't _ use it this way.
Correct, but still wrong.
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I think you are looking for "etc.", which you do put at the end of your list. It means "and other things", "and so on". Informally, you could say it means "and stuff like that".
E.g. means "for example" and is put before your example or list of examples.
It is good form to use e.g. in cases where space and text is limited. E.g., in these online forums.