Course Description: This course is geared towards the safety professional who is seeking the Associate Safety Professional (ASP) designation from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). The BCSP determines that individuals who hold an ASP are persons who perform at least 50% of professional level safety duties including; worksite assessments, evaluating risks, hazard control measures, investigating incidents, maintaining incident loss records, and preparing emergency response plans. This course prepares you for the examination for the ASP designation.
• ASP exam description.
• Calculator review.
• Basic math/trigonometry.
• Business principles, practices and metrics in EHS practice.
• Measuring, evaluating and controlling EHS hazards.
• Recognizing SHE hazards/EHS training and management.
• Program overview.
Pre-requisites: There are no pre-requisites for the course. Students are expected to be employed in health and safety.
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Be more prepared for the exam.
- Be confident in the exam topics.
- Be prepared to sit for the exam.
Course Materials: This course consists of several different components which include PowerPoint presentations, lectures, case studies, and class discussions.
Course Duration: 24 hours of training (not including class breaks).