BCSP’s examCORE

As the only training program built and endorsed by BCSP, examCORE is the premier examination training material for the ANSI-accredited BCSP certifications. BCSP’s examCORE program provides a viable and cost-effective alternative to other trainings, granting greater flexibility and more exam preparation opportunities for global practitioners. Each course contains modules on 40 safety and health topics, challenge questions, as well as a pre- and post-test to ensure knowledge is effectively communicated.

Certified Safety Professional

The CSP is considered the “gold-standard” of safety and health credentials. Safety at this level is virtually in every industry including petroleum exploration, production and refining, manufacturing, construction, healthcare, and insurance. A CSP’s professional time is spent on safety management systems, occupational health and ergonomics, emergency response and preparedness, fire prevention and protection, environmental management, and security responsibilities.

Safety Management Specialist

Safety Management Specialists have the management skills required for the safe operation of a business. These duties can be full- or part-time and include defining and utilizing an organization’s safety management system, risk management, incident investigation, emergency preparedness, and the identification of the business case for safety. An SMS certified professional also maintains their current knowledge of safety, health and environmental (SH&E) concepts and advances the safety and health profession.

Associate Safety Professional

The ASP is a mid-level certification that fulfills the credential requirement leading to the CSP. An ASP may hold positions at the technical level or program management level and may directly supervise employees.

Associate Safety Professional + Certified Safety Professional = examCORE Connect

ASP/CSP examCORE Connect combines the examCORE ASP and CSP into one convenient and cost-effective program. Prepare the right way for both the ASP and CSP exams.

Occupational Hygiene and Safety Technician

The Occupational Hygiene and Safety Technician certification is for those who perform occupational hygiene and safety activities for their job duties, including incident investigation, hazard control measures, preparing emergency response plans, and more. An OHST certified safety professional may use their certification to advance their career.

Construction Health and Safety Technician

The CHST is a safety certification for individuals who work in the construction craft, or are construction safety specialists. Many construction safety professionals use the CHST as a stepping-stone to greater roles in safety and health and, in some cases, to the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification.

Safety Trained Supervisor

The Safety Trained Supervisor® (STS®) certification is intended for leaders at all levels of an organization because all workers have responsibilities for a safe work environment. This certification is intended for everyone from executives, directors, managers, to supervisors and superintendents, as well as frontline workers. These individuals may not have safety as a primary duty, but their knowledge of safety practices ensures safer and healthier worksites, and their competency strengthens the foundation of safety in the organization. The STS sets standard baseline knowledge across the organization.

Safety Trained Supervisor Construction

The Safety Trained Supervisor Construction® (STSC®) is intended for leaders at all levels of an organization because all employees have responsibilities for a safe work environment. This certification is intended for everyone from executives, directors, managers, to supervisors and superintendents, as well as frontline workers. These individuals may not have safety as a primary duty, but their knowledge of safety practices ensures safer and healthier worksites, and their competency strengthens the foundation of safety in the organization. The STSC sets standard baseline knowledge across the organization.

Certified Instructional Trainer

The Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT) is a certification held by those whose duties include developing, designing, and delivering safety, health, and environmental (SH&E) training. SH&E training is in every industry including manufacturing, petroleum production and refining, and construction. A CIT may hold positions at the manager, director, technician, or supervisory level, and certificants use the accredited credential to lead safety training and education to higher levels within their organization.

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