Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
Definition - What does Certified Safety Professional (CSP) mean?
A certified safety professional (CSP) is a certification obtained by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) in the United States of America. CSPs are qualified persons that are competent and trained to detect and appraise hazardous materials, procedures and activities of workers, materials and work environments. They are highly educated, trained and experienced in the field of safety.
Safeopedia explains Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
CSP is based on standard safety practices in the USA and is comprised of a four year bachelor degree, three years of professional safety experience proving the knowledge on professional safety practices and passing the certification examinations, namely, Associate Safety Professional (ASP) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP).
The ASP designation highlights core safety subjects, while the CSP designation emphasizes the practice principles of the safety profession. Both examinations cover knowledge and skills related to health, safety and environmental assessment, management, engineering, information and communications. Depending on the degree fields, additional experience may also be required, or ASP may be waived. CSP certification is valid for five years and requires re-validation.
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