The Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)® certification is considered a benchmark in the OHS profession and is the certification of choice for professionals in the field. It demonstrates that certified individuals have met minimum formal education and experience requirements by passing the CRSP® Examination. The value employers place on CRSP® certification is reflected in the often increased salary, internal recognition or promotion that is achieved by their certified employees.
The BCRSP, Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals, is a not-for-profit association dedicated to the principles of health and safety as a profession in Canada. The purpose of the BCRSP is to certify qualifying safety practitioners as Canadian Registered Safety Professionals. It also allows the BCRSP to ensure that the highest standards of excellence and professionalism are maintained at all times and by all CRSP designated professionals.
In order to become certified by the BCRSP, there are eight steps you have to complete. They are as follows:
For more detailed instructions and information, visit the BCRSP website by clicking the button.
The School of Occupational Health and Safety programs are designed to enhance opportunities for career pursuits or advancements by offering high-quality applied-practices programs in specialized managerial, professional, technical, and service areas.
Safety is now recognized as an essential component of an organization’s overall health. Without formal academic and professional credentials, safety professionals may now find themselves to be at a distinct disadvantage.