Why pursue a Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP®) designation?
The CRSP® designation “is considered a benchmark in the [Occupational Health & Safety] profession and the designation of choice for Canadian OHS professionals,” states the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals.
With the CRSP® designation you may raise your career potential in the field of occupational health and safety by earning the nationally recognized industry standard for OHS practitioners, officers, inspectors, and more.
Moreover, the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals suggests that “Many employers prefer or require applicants for OHS positions to hold the CRSP® designation…” and suggest that CRSPs are typically “sought for their expertise” and have the “best opportunities for career advancement.”
CRSP® education requirements
Earning an OHS certification or diploma in Canada meets the minimum education requirements to qualify you for the CRSP® designation. Therefore, whether you are choosing Occupational Health & Safety as a career path, or are looking to advance your career in OHS, an OHS certificate provides you the initial qualifications to gain an upper-hand in the labour market.
In addition, with so many sectors focused on achieving workplace safety, such as administration, government, manufacturing, forestry, natural resource development and construction sectors, an OHS certificate is your first step towards professional growth in your chosen field.
UNBC Continuing Studies’ online OH&S Practitioner Certificate provides the workplace training and management skills relevant to all industries. With immediate access to your occupational health and safety courses, you can earn these relevant skills with online training done at your own pace and time – without delay between modules.
What is the BCRSP?
The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals was established in 1976. It serves to protect the public through the certification of qualified occupational health and safety (OHS) professionals.