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Certification in Safety Management

Last updated: January 1, 2019

What Does Certification in Safety Management Mean?

The Certificate in Safety Management is a certificate program in safety management provided by the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE). The certificate is achieved by completing a course in which candidates are instructed on how to implement proven system elements and strategy, develop policy statements and performance standards in order to assist management to fulfil it's safety responsibilities, and how to benchmark their organization's safety and health system.

Safeopedia Explains Certification in Safety Management

The Certificate in Safety Management can be achieved by completing the following seminars over a five year period: Safety Management 1, Safety Management 2, and Corporate Safety Management. The seminars use examples, case studies and other resources to provide a foundation of fundamental elements and techniques to manage an effective safety system.

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