Ensuring that workers do only jobs they’re trained for is critical in industrial safety. An untrained worker who botches a job can do a lot of damage.
But in the rush to get things done, proper vetting can get overlooked. How can supervisors in the field know for sure about whether a particular worker is qualified to do a specific task or operate a certain piece of machinery? It’s challenging on the factory floor and even more so in the field.
Individuals completing a curriculum-based safety, health, and environmental (SH&E) program which meets BCSP's Qualified Equivalent Program (QEP) standards are now eligible for the Transitional Safety Practitioner (TSP) designation. Those awarded the TSP designation meet the requirement of holding a BCSP approved credential when applying for the CSP.
The Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) invited students from Graduate Safety Practitioner® (GSP®) Qualified Academic Programs (QAP) to share why they value safety, aim to achieve the Certified Safety Professional® (CSP®) certification, and wish to inspire others to #ChooseSafety as part of a video competition.
The Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) is offering a two for one special for the remainder of 2013
November 7, 2013
ISHM is offering two applications for one application fee for the remainder of 2013. ISHM recognizes the value of multiple certifications and desires to assist qualified members in obtaining two valuable certifications.