Associate Safety Professional

Program Overview

Associate Safety Professionals (ASP) are persons who perform at least 50% of professional level safety duties including; making worksite assessments to determine risks, potential hazards and controls, evaluating risks and hazard control measures, investigating incidents, maintaining and evaluating incident and loss records, and preparing emergency response plans. Other duties could include; hazard recognition, fire protection, regulatory compliance, health hazard control, ergonomics, hazardous materials management, environmental protection, training, accident and incident, investigations, advising management, record keeping, emergency response, managing safety programs, product safety and/or security.

ASP Candidates:

  • Will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in any field or an associate in safety, health, or the environment.
    • The associate degree must include at least four courses with at least 12 semester hours/18 quarter hours of study in the safety, health, or environmental domains covered in the ASP examination blueprint.
  • Will have 1-year of safety experience where safety is at least 50%, preventative, professional level with breadth and depth of safety duties.
  • Must pass the ASP examination.

To retain the ASP certification, individuals must:

  • Pay an annual renewal fee.
  • Meet Recertification requirements.

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