Associate Safety Professional (ASP) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Exam Preparation

Associate Safety Professional (ASP) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Exam Preparation

The Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Certification

BCSP awards the Certified Safety Professional to individuals who demonstrate competency and work full-time in a professional position wherein at least 50% of duties are safety program development and risk assessment devoted to the prevention of harm to individuals in the workplace environment.

Why Achieve CSP

Seeking a new position
Moving up in your current organization
Moving to a private practice
Improve your chances for being selected for leadership and senior positions
An increase in salary

Eligibility Criteria for ASP

Bachelor’s degree or higher in any field from an accredited institution

Degrees outside the United States must be evaluated by BCSP’s approved third party degree evaluators, so that U.S. equivalency may be determined,

The evaluation must be completed by a member of the National Association of Degree Evaluation Services (NACES)

Eligibility Criteria for CSP

CSP candidates must have four years of professional safety experience to sit for the CSP exam. Professional safety experience must meet the following criteria to qualify

Professional safety must be the primary function of the position; collateral duties in safety are not counted

The position’s primary responsibility must be the prevention of harm to people, property, or the environment, rather than responsibility for responding to harmful events

Professional safety functions must be at least 50% of the position duties; BCSP defines full-time as at least 35 hours per week; part-time safety experience is allowed if the applicant has the equivalent of at least 900 hours of professional safety work during any year (75 hours per month or 18 hours per week) for which experience credit is sought

The position must have breadth of professional safety duties; this is determined by evaluating the variety of hazards about which the candidate must advise and the range of skills involved in recognizing, evaluating, and controlling hazards

The position must be at a professional level; this is determined by evaluating the degree of professional charge by which there is a reliance of employees, employers or clients on the person’s ability to identify, evaluate and control hazards through engineering and/or administrative approaches

The Exam Overview

The CSP examination uses computer-based testing, with one item appearing on the screen at a time. You will simply use a mouse to point to the desired answer and click on it to select it. Answers can be changed the same way. You can mark items to return to later or simply skip them and move to the next item. At the end of the examination, there is a table of items and answers selected. The table also shows skipped and marked items. You can return to any item by simply clicking on the item number. Prior to beginning the actual examination, there is a tutorial. Your examination clocks begins when you officially commence with the examination itself. After completing the examination, you will select to end the exam to formally submit your examination for scoring. You will receive results before you leave the testing center facility. You will have FIVE AND A HALF (5.5) hours to complete the CSP examination. Examinations are closed book, and accessing external reference materials during your examination is not permitted. Refer to the Pearson VUE Computer-Based Testing Brochure located at for more details and requirements.

Associate Safety Professional (ASP) Exam

Domain 1 – Advanced Science and Math; 7.4%

Professional safety must be the primary function of the position; collateral duties in safety are not counted


Domain 3 – Ergonomics; 9%

Domain 4 – Fire Prevention and Protection; 10.66%

Domain 5 – Emergency Response Management (ERM); 9.57%


Domain 6 – Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health; 12.59%

Domain 7 – Environmental Management; 8.68%

Domain 8 – Training, Education, and Communication; 12.35%

International Diploma in Safety Engineering (IDSE)
Face To Face (On Client’ Premises)
Online & Virtual (through e-mail, phone and video calling)
Blended (Mix of Option 1 & 2)
Highfield International (HABC)
Risk Assessment
Basic Life Support
Emergency First Aid, Defibrillation and CPR
First Aid at Work
Train The Trainer
Accident and Incident Investigation
Lead Auditor
 Lead auditor iso 9001:2015
 Lead auditor iso 14001:2015
 Lead auditor iso 45001:2015
Internal Auditor
Internal auditor iso 9001
Internal auditor iso 45001
Internal Auditor OSHAD
OHS Safety Trainings
First Aid


Working at height
Confined space
Safe scaffolding erection and dismantling (Advanced)
Safe use of overhead travelling crane
Hazard identification and risk assessment
Safe use of mobile crane
Safe use of overhead travelling crane
Basic occupational health and safety

About the trainer

Steel Construction G+1, Dubai Municipality

Int’l L-3 Award in EFAW

Level 3 Train the Trainer, IOSH, UK

Certified Safety Professional, Board of Cerfied Safety Professionals (BCSP), US .

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