ASP Test Prep

ASP Exam Preparation

73 Modules

Course Modules - (73)

  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Safety Management Systems (SMS) Fundamentals: Policy
  • 3) Process Hazard Analysis
  • 4) Process Safety Management (PSM) Quiz
  • 5) Safety Professional: Risk Management and Hazard Control
  • 1) Basic Chemistry Concepts
  • 2) General Chemistry Concepts
  • 3) Nomenclature Chemistry
  • 4) Naming Acids Introduction
  • 5) How to Balance Chemical Equations in 5 Easy Steps: Balancing Equations Tutorial
  • 6) Balancing Chemical Equations
  • 7) Chemical Reactions Introduction
  • 8) Chemical Reactions
  • 9) Naming Compounds Test Review Practice
  • 10) Kinetic Molecular Theory and the Ideal Gas Laws
  • 11) Ideal Gases
  • 12) Balance Chemical Equation Quiz
  • 13) General chemistry concepts quiz
  • 14) Weak interactions in aqueous systems (PH)
  • 15) Acids, Bases, and pH
  • 16) Determining and Calculating pH
  • 17) Ideal Gas Law Quiz
  • 18) PH and Alkalinity Practice Quiz
  • 19) Acid Base Practice Test
  • 20) Balance Chemical Equation Quiz
  • 21) CSP/ASP (Certified Safety Professional) Exam Preparation VOL-5 | Domain-1|
  • 1) Introduction to circuits and Ohm's law | Circuits | Physics |
  • 2) Ohms Law Explained - The basics circuit theory
  • 3) Storage capacity calculations
  • 4) CSP/ASP (Certified Safety Professional) Exam Preparation VOL-5 | Domain-1|
  • 1) Radioactivity: Expect the unexpected
  • 2) The Development of Nuclear Science
  • 3) NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY
  • 4) Inverse Square Law
  • 5) Radiation Sources, Measurement, and Intensity
  • 6) Radioactivity - Half Life - Physics
  • 1) Rigging Safety-RigRing Overhead load safety signaling device
  • 2) Rigging Basics
  • 3) Toolbox Talk: Steel Erection Safety
  • 4) How to Calculate Load
  • 5) Chicago Crane Operator Examination Study Guide
  • 1) Elements of Ventilation Systems
  • 2) Basic Concepts of Ventilation Design
  • 1) Noise Exposure and Hearing Conservation
  • 2) Noise Hazards in Occupational Health
  • 3) Hearing Conservation Program Adapted to Agriculture
  • 4) HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM
  • 1) Heat Stress
  • 2) PREVENTING HEAT STRESS IN THE WORKPLACE
  • 3) Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT)
  • 1) Fall Distance
  • 2) Calculation fall distances
  • 1) Intro to Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • 2) Cost Estimation: Concepts and Methodology
  • 3) A Overview of Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • 1) Descriptive statistics and probability distributions
  • 2) Central Tendency
  • 3) Variability
  • 4) Statistics - Intro to Probability
  • 1) Leading and Lagging Indicators
  • 2) Leading and Lagging Indicators
  • 3) Where to Start with Lead & Lag Safety Indicators
  • 4) Using Leading Indicators to Improve Safety and Health Outcomes OSHA
  • 5) Safety Performance Indicators
  • 1) What is an OSHA Recordable?
  • 2) How to Calculate Accident Incident Rate
  • 1) Incidence Rates
  • 2) Near Miss Reporting Systems
  • 3) Near Miss Form
  • 4) ABC Company Supervisor Safety Performance Appraisal
  • 5) Real and Hidden Cost of Accidents | Direct & Indirect cost | Danger Signs |
  • 1) Hierarchy of Controls
  • 2) Hierarchy of Hazard Controls
  • 3) Administrative Controls The Hierarchy of Controls
  • 1) Risk Transfer
  • 2) Insurance and Risk Transfer Basics for Construction Projects
  • 3) Insurance Transfers Risk - Why You Want Insurance Part 1
  • 1) Change in Magement
  • 2) Change in Magement
  • 3) How to Define the Purpose of Management of Change
  • 4) MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE
  • 5) Requirement 10 of PSM - Management of Change
  • 1) Fault Tree Analysis
  • 2) Fault Tree Analysis Explained with Examples
  • 3) Hazardous Energy
  • 4) Control of Hazardous Energy
  • 5) How to use - Process FMEA explained
  • 6) Preliminary Hazard Analysis
  • 7) Fishbone Diagram Explained with Example
  • 8) Subsystem Hazard Analysis
  • 9) Fishbone Diagram - Ishikawa Diagram - Cause and Effect Diagram
  • 1) Process Safety Management
  • 2) Process Safety: Managing Risk in High-Hazard Sectors
  • 1) The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals
  • 2) Globally Harmonized System of Classification & Labeling of Chemicals
  • 1) 6 Essential Elements of Your Fleet Safety Program
  • 2) MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY AT WORK
  • 3) MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY POLICY
  • 4) Distracted Driving and Driver Fatigue
  • 5) Fleet Safety Policy—Regulated
  • 1) Lock out tag out
  • 2) OSHA 1910.147 - Control of Hazardous Energy
  • 1) Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 2) Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 3) TRENCHING & EXCAVATION SAFETY
  • 1) Confined Space Basics
  • 2) DEFINITIONS AND EVALUATION OF CONFINED SPACES
  • 3) Identifying Confined Spaces
  • 4) What is a Confined Space
  • 5) 6 Common Confined Space Questions Answered
  • 1) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 2) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 3) Permit Confined Space Entry
  • 4) Permit
  • 1) Security Awareness Training: Physical Security
  • 2) Best Practices for Planning and Managing Physical Security Resources:
  • 1) Machine Guarding
  • 2) Safeguarding Equipment and Protecting Employees from Amputations
  • 3) Unguarded Machinery/ Self-inspection checklist - - Machine guarding
  • 1) Introduction
  • 2) What is Fall Protection
  • 3) Risk Assessment | Planning to Use Fall Protection,
  • 4) Competent vs Qualified Person
  • 5) ABC of Fall Protection
  • 6) Falling Object Protection | Tool Lanyards, Safety Nets, Fall Protection,
  • 7) Overview of Fall Protection Options
  • 8) Elimination of Fall Hazards
  • 9) Fall Prevention | Guardrails, Hole Covers, Fall Restraint Systems
  • 10) Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs), Fall Arrest, Positioning Devices, Safety Nets | Fall Protection
  • 11) Self Retracting Lifelines (SRLs), Fall Arrest, Positioning Devices, Safety Nets | Fall Protection
  • 12) Warning of Fall Hazards | Warning Lines, Safety Monitor System,
  • 13) Vertical and Horizontal Lifelines
  • 14) Fall Protection in Excavation
  • 15) 3M Fall Protection - Fall Protection ABCDs
  • 1) OSHA Regulations & Required Training for Powered Industrial Truck Operators
  • 2) OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178
  • 3) Updating OSHA’s Construction Industry Standard for Powered Industrial Trucks 29 CFR 1926.602
  • 1) Frame Scaffold or Fabricated Frame
  • 2) Ladder Jack
  • 3) Mast Climbers
  • 4) Mobile (Manually or Propelled)
  • 5) Pole or Wood Pole
  • 6) Pump Jack
  • 7) Specialty and Other Scaffolds
  • 8) Tube and Coupler
  • 1) Catenary
  • 2) Float (ship)
  • 3) Interior Hung
  • 4) Multi-level
  • 5) Multi-point Adjustable
  • 6) Needle Beam
  • 7) Single-point Adjustable
  • 8) Two-point (swing stage)
  • 1) FIT FOR DUTY PROGRAM
  • 2) Fit for Duty
  • 3) Preventing Fatigue at Work – Safety Tips
  • 4) Fatigue Management
  • 1) Stressors At Work
  • 2) Top 4 ergonomic stressors that cause injuries HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT – WORK SAFER
  • 1) Ergonomics Basics
  • 2) Controlling Ergonomic Hazards
  • 3) A Safety Manager’s Guide to EARLY INTERVENTION
  • 4) Identifying and Addressing Ergonomic Hazards Workbook
  • 5) INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS TEST QUESTIONS
  • 1) MATERIALS HANDLING AND EQUIPMENT
  • 2) Materials Handling, Storage OSHA
  • 3) TO THE POINT ABOUT HANDLING MATERIALS SAFELY Review Quiz
  • 4) 4 Best Practices for Material Handling
  • 5) Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling
  • 6) Ergonomics, Proper Lifting Techniques
  • 1) Ergonomics and Anthropometrics
  • 2) Ergonomic workplace design
  • 1) Practice Good Ergonomics at Work
  • 2) Body Mechanics and Ergonomics
  • 3) Ergonomic Programs
  • 4) Ergonomics Program
  • 5) 9 Steps to Start or Improve Your Ergonomics Program
  • 6) Sample-Ergonomics-Program-for-Company
  • 7) Creating a Contractor Ergonomics Program to Reduce Soft Tissue Injuries Among Construction Workers
  • 8) Ergonomics, Proper Lifting Techniques
  • 1) HAZARDS OF FLAMMABLE GASES, LIQUIDS & AEROSOLS & RISK MINIMIZATION
  • 2) Flash Point
  • 3) Fire Extinguisher Training - PASS
  • 1) Electrical Safety
  • 2) Electrical Hazards
  • 3) Grounding and Bonding
  • 4) Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
  • 5) Protecting Against Arc Flash
  • 6) What is a Power Surge?
  • 1) Welding Hazard and Safety Precaution
  • 2) HOT WORK FACT SHEET
  • 3) Cutting, Welding, and Other Hot Work
  • 4) Hot Work: Hidden Hazards
  • 5) Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Hexavalent Chromium Standards OSHA
  • 6) Welding, Burning, & Cutting
  • 7) Welding and Cutting
  • 8) Welding Safety Tips and Precautions You Need to Know
  • 9) Grinder Safety | How to Properly Use an Angle Grinder
  • 10) Blankets
  • 1) Combustible Dust
  • 2) Combustible Dust Safety Training
  • 1) Fire science
  • 2) Explosive limits (LEL and UEL)
  • 3) Fire tetrahedron | What are the elements required in order to ignite fire
  • 1) What is a Fire Alarm System?
  • 2) Components Of Fire Protection Systems
  • 3) IONIZATION DETECTORS How Do Smoke Detectors Work?
  • 1) How fire sprinkler systems work (3D Animation)
  • 2) CO2 Laser Machine Fire Suppression System
  • 3) Suppression systems, fire extinguishers, sprinkler types
  • 4) Fire Suppression System Simulation
  • 5) Fire Extinguisher Training - PASS
  • 6) Fire Suppression Systems Training Part 1: Follow the Water
  • 7) Fire Suppression System Training Part 2: Valves
  • 8) FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
  • 9) Fire Suppression System Simulation
  • 10) Fire Extinguisher Training - PASS
  • 1) Chemical Storage
  • 2) Hazardous Material Storage – Flammable Liquid Storage and Use
  • 1) HOUSEKEEPING AT CONSTRUCTION SITE(TIPS)
  • 2) Good Housekeeping: Safety Training
  • 3) Housekeeping - The importance of the basics
  • 4) Housekeeping on the Jobsite
  • 5) GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PRACTICES AT WORK
  • 1) Workplace Violence Prevention
  • 2) Workplace Violence
  • 3) Safety Expert Reveals Five Tips For Surviving A Workplace Shooting
  • 4) Workplace Violence OSHA Fact Sheet
  • 5) Sample Policy for Violence in the Workplace
  • 1) Hurricane Preparedness for Small Businesses
  • 2) Business Crisis and Continuity Management and Planning
  • 3) An Introduction to Emergency Preparedness
  • 4) Four Phases of Emergency Management
  • 5) The Logistics of Disaster Response
  • 6) Sample Emergency Plan
  • 7) EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT
  • 8) Emergency Preparedness Training Presentation
  • 9) How to Plan for Workplace Emergencies and Evacuations
  • 1) Biological Hazards
  • 2) Biological Hazards
  • 1) Bloodborne Pathogens PPT
  • 2) Bloodborne Pathogens
  • 1) Carcinogens, Mutagens, Teratogens and Reproductive Toxins
  • 2) Mutagens and carcinogens
  • 3) Teratogens Introduction
  • 1) Routes of Exposure
  • 2) Routes of Exposure
  • 3) Routes of entry Quiz
  • 1) NIOSH POCKET GUIDE TO CHEMICAL HAZARDS
  • 2) Chemical Toxicology
  • 1) ALARA and Radiation Safety
  • 1) Threshold Limit Value (TLV)
  • 2) Health Hazards in Construction
  • 3) Hands-on Activity Demonstration: Choosing an Occupational Exposure Limit
  • 1) Routes of entry. TOXICOLOGY AND EXPOSURE GUIDELINES
  • 1) Noise Exposure and Hearing Conservation
  • 2) Occupational Noise Exposure
  • 3) Workplace Noise
  • 4) Hearing Conservation Quiz
  • 1) Protecting Workers from Cold Stress
  • 2) Heat and cold stress
  • 3) 5 Tips for Protecting Employees from Heat Stress
  • 4) Working in The Cold
  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Environmental hazards awareness molds
  • 3) Biological Hazards
  • 4) HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: A CITIZEN’S ORIENTATION
  • 5) Chemical Hazards
  • 6) Pest Control | Ecology & Environment | Biology
  • 7) Solid Waste
  • 1) Stormwater Pollution & Green Infrastructure Solutions
  • 2) Developing Your Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
  • 3) Funding Land Conservation Projects with the Clean Water State Revolving Fund
  • 4) How Do Wastewater Treatment Plants Work?
  • 5) Best Practices to Consider When Evaluating Water Conservation and Efficiency as an Alternative for Water Supply Expansion
  • 1) REVISED AIR QUALITY STANDARDS FOR PARTICLE POLLUTION
  • 2) Why Air Quality In The U.S. Is So Bad
  • 1) Resource Conservation and Recovery
  • 2) Solid Waste
  • 3) Casella's Approach to Sustainable Recycling
  • 4) Wetlands Protection
  • 5) How Wetlands Manage Water
  • 1) The Conservation Hierarchy
  • 2) THE CONSERVATION HIERARCHY
  • 3) THE CONSERVATION HIERARCHY
  • 1) ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System
  • 2) ISO 14001
  • 1) Best Practices for Solid Waste Management:
  • 2) Waste Management's Sacramento Recycling & Transfer Facility
  • 1) The Most Common Mistake with Moles!
  • 2) Introduction to Moles
  • 3) Scientific Notation
  • 4) Scientific Notation Practice
  • 5) Moles Practice Test
  • 1) How to Conduct a Change Analysis
  • 2) The energy trace and barrier analysis (ETBA)
  • 3) Hazard Analysis Using the Hazard Identification Checklist
  • 4) CHEMICAL PROCESS HAZARDS ANALYSIS
  • 5) WHAT-IF” HAZARD ANALYSIS
  • 1) Ergonomics Risk Factors
  • 2) Machine guarding Quiz
  • 3) Physical security
  • 4) Ergonomics Risk Factors Quiz
  • 5) Control of Hazardous Energy Lockout/Tagout Quiz
  • 6) Trenching and Excavation Safety Quiz
  • 7) Fall Protection Quiz
  • 8) Powered industrial vehicles Quiz
  • 9) ASP CSP EXAM QUESTIONS | MOCK EXAM 2 | ASSOCIATE/ CERTIFIED SAFETY PROFESSIONAL | 800 EXAM QUESTIONS
  • 10) ASP Practice Test
  • 1) Adult Learning Theories
  • 2) Occupational Safety and Health Training Guidelines
  • 3) Safety culture/climate
  • 4) Data collection, needs analysis, gap analysis, and feedback
  • 5) Assessing competency
  • 6) Safety Climate & Culture in Construction
  • 7) How to Conduct a Training Needs Analysis
  • 8) Gap Analysis: How is it done?
  • 9) Feedback in Training
  • 10) Assessing for Competency versus Assessing for Improvement
  • 11) Adult Learning Principles
  • 12) Train the trainer-Safety Health and Environment presentations
  • 1) Legal
  • 2) Ethical behavior
  • 3) Protection of worker privacy
  • 4) Ethics for Functional Safety Engineering
  • 1) 3
  • 2) 4
  • 3) 5
  • 4) 7
  • 5) 8
  • 6) ASP Practice Test
  1. 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
  2. Will have one (1) year of safety experience where safety is at least 50%, preventative, professional level with breadth and depth of safety duties
  3. Must pass the ASP examination
  4. Maintenance of certification
      • Annual renewal fee
      • Recertification requirements

*When applying for the ASP with a degree from a college outside the United States, that degree will be evaluated for U.S. equivalency. Details on the documentation required, requested during the application process, can be found online here.


ASP Exam Blueprint (PDF)

EXAMINATION BLUEPRINT

ASP10

 

Domain 1

Advanced Sciences and Math • 11.55%

Knowledge of:

1.      General chemistry concepts (e.g., nomenclature, balancing chemical equations, chemical reactions, ideal gas law, and pH)

2.      Electrical principles (e.g., Ohms law, power, impedance, energy, resistance, and circuits)

3.      Principles of radioactivity (e.g., radioactive decay, half-life, source strength, concentration, and inverse square law)

4.      Storage capacity calculations

5.      Rigging and load calculations

6.      Ventilation and system design

7.      Noise hazards

8.      Climate and environmental conditions (e.g., Wet-bulb Globe Temperature [WBGT], wind chill, and heat stress)

9.      Fall protection calculations

10. General physics concepts (e.g., force, acceleration, velocity, momentum, and friction)

11.  Financial principles (e.g., cost-benefit analysis, cost of risk, life cycle cost, return on investment, and effects of losses)

12.   Descriptive statistics (e.g., central tendency, variability, and probability)

13.   Lagging indicators (e.g., incidence rates, lost time, and direct costs of incidents)

14.   Leading indicators (e.g., inspection frequency, safety interventions, employee performance evaluations, training frequency, near miss, near hit, and close-call reporting)

Domain 2

Safety Management Systems • 17.22%

Knowledge of:

1.           Hierarchy of hazard controls

2.           Risk transfer (e.g., insurance and outsourcing – such as incident management or subcontracting)

3.           Management of change

4.           Hazard and risk analysis methods (e.g., preliminary hazard analysis, subsystem hazard analysis, hazard and operability analysis, failure mode and effects analysis, fault tree analysis, fishbone, what-if and checklist analysis, change analysis, energy trace and barrier [ETBS] analysis, and systematic cause analysis technique [SCAT])

5.           Process safety management

6.           Fleet safety principles (e.g., driver behavior, defensive driving, distracted driving, fatigue, and vehicle safety features)

7.           Hazard Communication and Globally Harmonized System

8.           Control of hazardous energy (e.g., lockout/tagout)

9.           Excavation, trenching, and shoring

10.      Confined space

11.     Physical security

12.      Fall protection

13.      Machine guarding

14.      Powered industrial vehicles (e.g., trucks, forklifts, and cranes)

15.      Scaffolding

Skill to:

1.           Use hazard identification methods

2.          Assess and analyze risks (e.g., probability and severity)

3.           Provide financial justification of hazard controls

4.           Implement hazard controls

5.           Monitor and reevaluate hazard controls

6.           Conduct incident investigation (e.g., root causes, causal factors, data collection, analysis, and chain of custody)

7.           Conduct inspections and audits

8.           Evaluate cost, schedule, performance, and project risk


Domain 3

Ergonomics • 9%

Knowledge of:

1.           Fitness for duty (e.g., fatigue and mental health)

2.           Stressors (e.g., environmental, lights, noise, and other conditions)

3.           Risk factors (e.g., repetition, force, posture, and vibration)

4.           Work design

5.           Material handling (e.g., manual, powered equipment, and lifting devices)

6.           Work practice controls (e.g., job rotation, work hardening, and early symptom intervention)

Skill to:

1.     Use qualitative and quantitative analysis methods (e.g., anthropometry and NIOSH lift equation)

Domain 4

Fire Prevention and Protection • 10.66%

Knowledge of:

1.           Chemical (e.g., flash point and auto ignition)

2.           Electrical (e.g., static electricity, surge, arc flash, ground fault circuit interrupter, and grounding and bonding)

3.           Hot work (e.g., welding, cutting, and brazing)

4.           Combustible dust

5.           Fire science (e.g., fire pentagon, fire tetrahedron, upper and lower explosive limits)

6.           Detection systems

7.           Suppression systems, fire extinguishers, sprinkler types

8.           Segregation and separation (e.g., flammable materials storage and ventilation)

9.           Housekeeping

Domain 5

Emergency Response Management (ERM) • 9.57%

Knowledge of:

1.  Emergency, crisis, disaster response planning (e.g., drills)

2.  Workplace violence (e.g., shooting, bomb threat, vandalism, and verbal threats)

Domain 6

Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health • 12.59%

Knowledge of:

1.           Sources of biological hazards (e.g., viral, bacterial, parasitic, fungus, and mold)

2.           Protocol for bloodborne pathogen control

3.           Mutagens, teratogens, and carcinogens

4.           Chemical hazards (e.g., sources, assessment, control strategies, symptoms, and target organs)

5.           Exposure limits (e.g., Threshold Limit Value [TLV], Short-term exposure limits [STEL], Time-Weighted Average [TWA], Ceiling Limit, Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health [IDLH], and Action Level [AL])

6.           Routes of entry (e.g., inhalation, ingestion, absorption, and injection)

7.          Acute and chronic exposures (e.g., additive effect, synergistic effect, antagonistic effect, and potentiation effect)

8.           Noise

9.           Radiation

10.      Heat and cold stress

Skill to:

1.     Conduct exposure assessment


Domain 7

Environmental Management • 8.68%

Knowledge of:

1.           Environmental hazards awareness (e.g., biological [mold], chemical, waste, and vermin)

2.           Water (e.g., storm, waste, and best practices)

3.          Air (e.g., quality and best practices)

4.           Land and conservation (e.g., solid waste, recycling, and sustainability)

5.           Hierarchy of conservation (e.g., reuse, recycle, and reduce)

6.           Environmental management system standards

7.           Waste removal, treatment, and disposal

Domain 8

Training, Education, and Communication • 12.35%

Knowledge of:

1.  Adult learning theory and techniques

2.  Presentation tools (e.g., computer-based and group meeting)

3.  Safety culture/climate

4.  Data collection, needs analysis, gap analysis, and feedback

5.  Assessing competency

Domain 9

Law and Ethics • 8.38%

Knowledge of:

1.           Legal liability

2.           Ethical behavior (e.g., professional practice, audits, record keeping, sampling, standard writing, and BCSP Code of Ethics)

3.           Protection of worker privacy (e.g., information)

Skill to:

1.           Deal with unethical situations (e.g., employee putting others at risk)

2.           Read and interpret regulations

3.           Determine appropriate actions based on knowledge limitations (e.g., know when to get help)

 

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 73
  • Certificate : No
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
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