Certified Loss Control Specialist (CLCS)
Definition - What does Certified Loss Control Specialist (CLCS) mean?
A Certified Loss Control Specialist (CLCS) is a certification program created by the insurance industry and administered by the Council on Certification of Health, Environmental and Safety Technologists. The certificate was created for people who provide services related to the control of conditions that contribute to, or result in business losses. Candidates also perform health and safety activities as part of their job description.
Safeopedia explains Certified Loss Control Specialist (CLCS)
The work of a Certified Loss Control Specialist is to make worksite assessments to determine risks, potential hazards and controls, evaluate risks and hazard control measures, investigate incidents, maintain and investigate incident records, and prepare emergency response plans. To qualify for the CLST certification exam, applicants must have five years of occupational health and safety experience. College courses, certificates and degrees waive part or all of the experience requirement.
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