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ACSP Professional Development Courses are designed for supervisors and safety and health practitioners wishing to increase their knowledge in occupational safety and health, and achieve a professional certification in recognition of demonstrated knowledge. Upon successful completion of all required modules, the student will be awarded a certificate recognizing their ACSP designation.
The Inspection Safety Officer Course (ISO) is intended for foremen and front-line leaders in charge of crews conducting mobile equipment and rigging operations. The ISO course highlights the things to look for to ensure your site is compliant with safe operating standards and procedures.
4 Courses Total
The ISO is a foundational course which requires no prerequisites
The Construction Safety Trained Supervisor (CSTS) 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 executives, directors, managers, supervisors, superintendents, and employees. These individuals may not have safety as a primary duty, but their knowledge of safety practices ensures safer and healthier worksites.
4 Courses Total
The CSTS is a foundational course which requires no prerequisites
The Construction Site Safety Technician (CSST) certification is designed for individuals who demonstrate competency and work part-time or full-time in health and safety activities devoted to the prevention of construction illnesses and injuries.
Candidates for the CSST certification are typically employed as safety and health specialists on construction job sites, serving in either full-time or part-time positions.
6 Courses Total
The CSST is a foundational course which requires no prerequisites
The Occupational Health & Safety Professional (OHSP) certification is designed for individuals who demonstrate competency and work part-time or full-time in health and safety activities devoted to the prevention of general industry illnesses and injuries.
Candidates for the OHSP certification are typically employed as safety and health specialists in manufacturing facilities, serving in either full-time or part-time positions.
8 Courses Total
The OHSP is a foundational course which requires no prerequisites; however, prior knowledge of workplace safety is highly recommended.
Construction Safety Mangers (CSM) are individuals with management skills required for a business’s safe operation, applying these safety skills on a full-time or part-time basis as part of their job duties. Some examples of a CSM’s activities include defining and utilizing an organization’s safety management systems; risk management; incident investigation and emergency preparedness; maintaining current knowledge of safety, health, and environmental (SH&E) concepts; and identifying the business case for safety.
8 Courses Total
The CSM is a foundational course which requires no prerequisites; however, prior knowledge of workplace safety is highly recommended.
The Certified Master Instructor(CMI) is a certification held by those with experience and expertise in developing, designing, and delivering safety, health, and environmental training. Safety training at this level is virtually in every industry including manufacturing, petroleum production and refining, and construction. A CMI may hold positions at the manager, director, technician, or supervisory level and may have other duties in addition to training.
ACSP Certified Master Instructors will be authorized to conduct ACSP approved training courses and submit classroom rosters to receive recognized certificates for their students. Trainers will receive course training material, test and answer keys for each approved course.
Trainers must complete two online courses and conduct a 15-minute presentation on an approved topic.
Upon completion of the course, trainers will be authorized to conduct training on 120 safety & health topics.
Applicants must be able to verify five years of experience as a dedicated safety professional.
Association of Construction Safety Professionals