The STSC is intended for construction supervisors, managers, superintendents, forepersons, crew chiefs, and craftspeople who have responsibilities to maintain safe conditions and practices on construction job sites. These individuals may not have safety as a primary duty, but their knowledge of safety standards and practices ensure safer worksites.
Currently, BCSP has over 6,000 individuals who actively hold STSC certification.
- Are managers at any level.
- Are first-line supervisors of work groups or organization units.
- Have a safety responsibility for a work group that is part of other work duties./li>
- Have safety responsibilities that are adjunct, collateral or ancillary to their job duties. Their main job duties are in a craft or trade, in leadership, supervision or management, or in a technical specialty./li>
- Help employers implement safety programs at the worker level through supervisory, safety committee or similar safety and health leadership roles. Safety tasks often include monitoring for job hazards, helping ensure regulatory compliance, training employees in safety practices, performing safety documentation tasks, coordinating corrections for identified safety hazards within or among work groups, and communicating with safety specialists or management./li>
Education and Work Experience
The STSC requires applicants to meet minimum education and experience requirements. The applicant must have 30 hours of safety, health and environmental training along with two (2) years of supervisory experience or four (4) years of work experience in construction.
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