Certified Safety Professionals
What Is a Certified Safety Engineer?
A Certified Safety Engineer, or Certified Safety Professional (CSP), ensures that a job-site is hazard-free while guaranteeing employers provide optimal and up-to-code working conditions for their employees. A Certified Safety Engineer will work directly with building owners and contractors to ensure the proper fall protection services are in place and being utilized correctly. These professional safety engineers also ensure that all products, materials, and buildings comply with health and safety regulations while examining current safety programs and helping to create and implement an improved plan.
Certified Safety Professionals
If you’re interested in a lucrative career as a professional safety engineer, there are a few course requirements that need to be fulfilled before a BCSP certification can take place. The Board of Certified Safety Professionals offers the CSP certificate to individuals who:
- Have a bachelor’s degree or higher. The bachelor’s degree can be in a variety of fields relating to engineering, including mechanical, electrical, chemical, or industrial. Individuals should focus on courses in occupational health and safety, as well as ergonomics, and environmental safety.
- Have at least 4 years of safety experience. This can include a cooperative education program, an internship, or participation in a research project.
- Have a license. While not every state requires licensure, it is generally recommended for anyone considering a career in professional safety engineering. To obtain this type of license, an individual must have a degree from an engineering program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, and have at least 4 years of work experience with a passing score on the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam.
- Have a BCSP-approved credential. The Board of Certified Safety Professionals offers the CSP credential.
- Maintain licensure and certification.
Why Earn a BCSP Certification?
At PFAT, we deliver top-quality training and services so your team can immediately put them into practice. Not only does this put you a step above the competition, but it also gives you an advantage in your industry and workplace. A BCSP certification:
- Accredits practitioners in the safety profession.
- Establishes credibility.
- Signifies your commitment to the safety profession.
- Helps gain a competitive edge over your competitors.
- Allows you to become a vital asset and valuable resource to your facility.
- Incorporate best practices involving safety risks and hazards.
At PFAT, we are your local source for Anchor Point design, safety, and fabrication and we are here for all your fall safety needs. Our goal is to help educate business owners and the property managers who represent them by providing engineering and designs that enable height workers to perform their duties without interference. We understand the importance of installing a comprehensive roof anchoring system. You can trust our team of qualified professionals will always have the correct protocols in place based on industry standards and requirements. We are committed to our clients, ensuring that your workers will experience the utmost in safety as they work when you partner with PFAT. If you’re interested in learning more about professional safety engineers and how we can help with accreditation, contact us today!