Certified Safety Compliance Professional (CSCP®)
Certified Safety Compliance Professional (CSCP) is a safety professional who is expert in risk management and risk control at work. He/she enforces safety compliance programs and performs an expert role in the a field.
He/she is responsible for safety programs management and is responsible for following safety regulations local and international expectations for the work.
Under crisis conditions, he/she will develop and implement special programs as the situation requires. He/she must have adequate knowledge and expertise in both management and safety to accomplish his/her mission.
ASSHP is accredited by the American Certification Service – Global Program (ACS-GP) under ISO/IEC 17024 – Requirements for bodies operating certification of persons.
ASSHP sets certification criteria for Certified Safety Compliance Professional (CSCP®) through the ISO/IEC 17024 standards for personnel certification.
Application Criteria for CSCP®
have minimum of a bachelor’s degree in any field or a professional qualification in occupational health and safety recognized by international safety organizations or other approved disciplines by the Board.
Will have ten (15) years of safety and health compliance experience where safety is at least 50%, preventative* with his/her safety duties and safety regulation compliance at work.
Your duties are actively involved with provision of day to day risk assessments and control measures to protect people, and prevent incidents/ accidents at work
Must pass the CSCP® examination
Maintain your certification
- pay annual renewal fee and
- meet recertification requirements
Benefits of Certification
As a safety compliance professional, you have many choices when it comes to your career path.
Obtaining a CSCP® certification will set you apart from others in your field and will have a measurable impact on your career.
For personal profession
- enhance professional credibility
- provide evidence of professional commitment
- provide a benchmark and validates knowledge, skills and practice
- increase earning potentially
- is an indicator of professionalism
- enhance public image
- offer a higher public assurance of competence
Anyone who holds CSCP® Certification is entitled to use this “CSCP” after their name to show their peers that they have accomplished the criteria and the expectations by ASSHP.