Certified Safety Professionals

Certified Safety Professionals

Certified Safety Professionals (CSP) are individuals who conduct a minimum of 50% of safety duties as a safety professional and their set of duties comprise of making authentic worksite assessments to ascertain risks, gauge the immensity of any potential hazard and its control, evaluating the risk factor, looking into the occurred incidents, recording the occurrence and measuring the loss.

The Certified Safety Professionals are adept in preparing the emergency response plans. Some of the other duties of the Certified Safety Professionals also include recognition of hazard, suggest fire protection, follow the regulatory compliance, roll out the health hazard control, ergonomics, hazardous materials management, environmental protection, training of the staff of the office in dealing with such situations, investigations, advising management, record keeping, emergency response, chalk out safety programs, look into product safety and security.

The eligibility criteria for the Certified Safety Professionals are that he should have U.S. bachelor’s degree in any field or an associate in safety and health and must pass the Certified Safety Professionals exam.

They should have 4 years of safety experience where safety is practiced at least 50% preventative at a professional level. The Certified Safety Professionals should also have BCSP-Approved credentials: ASP, GSPCIH, CMIOSH, SISO etc.

To retain their title they have to pay a renewal fee and meet the recertification requirements. The course providers are equipped to provide both classroom and e-learning facilities as the request maybe.