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The new certification recognizes those who have attained a level of knowledge, training and experience to manage a safety and health assignment, but who have taken a less formal safety and health education path. Requirements include 5 years of full-time professional safety and health management experience. A CSMP could be an active safety team participant, line manager, human resources professional or a wage associate.
CSMP holders would be expected to perform day to day work under the direction of a safety manager and might be involved in business and financial responsibilities. The practitioner needs to have an understanding of issues such as hazard analyses, incident investigations, safety audits and surveys, workers' compensation, product safety, environmental laws, quality, and labor relations
ISHM currently administers the Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) certification and the Associate Safety and Health Manager (ASHM) program, which recognize safety practitioners.
- Learn more about the new CSMP certification at the ISHM.org CSMP page.
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