CSP Test Prep

CSP Exam Preparation

75 Modules

Course Modules - (75)

  • 1) Anatomy & Physiology GuideBook
  • 2) Anatomy & Physiology
  • 3) Anatomy & Physiology Quiz
  • 1) Introduction to Biochemistry
  • 2) Review Of General Chemistry 1
  • 3) General Chemistry Concepts
  • 4) Organic Chemistry - Basic Introduction
  • 5) Organic Chemistry
  • 6) ORGANIC CHEMISTRY – SOME BASIC PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES
  • 1) Physics - Basic Introduction
  • 2) Gravity
  • 3) Static and Kinetic Friction
  • 4) Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration | Physics of Motion Explained
  • 5) Friction Force Equations - Static and Kinetic (Sliding) - Conceptual + Example Problem
  • 1) Kinematics Part 1: Horizontal Motion
  • 2) Physics of Energy PPT
  • 3) Fundamentals of Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry
  • 4) Physics - Basic Introduction
  • 5) Algebra and Trigonometry Review
  • 1) Pareto analysis
  • 2) Mean, Median and Mode
  • 3) How To Find The Z Score, Confidence Interval, and Margin of Error for a Population Mean
  • 4) Introduction to Probability, Basic Overview
  • 5) Pareto Analysis for Problem Solving
  • 6) Confidence Interval for One Population Mean Using the TI 84
  • 1) Research Methodology Overview
  • 2) What is Research Methodology?
  • 1) Fundamentals of Microbiology
  • 2) Infectious Waterborne Diseases
  • 3) Introduction to Microbiology
  • 1) Microbial Nanotechnology
  • 2) Nanotechnology
  • 3) Nanotechnology: A New Frontier
  • 4) Nanotechnology Big Things from a Tiny World
  • 1) Model Plans and Programs for the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens and Hazard Communications Standards
  • 2) Water,Monitoring for Microbial Pathogens and Indicators
  • 3) Biology of waterborne pathogens
  • 4) Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Training
  • 5) BLOODBORNE INFECTIOUS DISEASES
  • 6) Employee Training Quiz - Workplace Bloodborne Pathogens
  • 7) Bloodborne Pathogens Quiz Answers
  • 1) What is benchmarking?
  • 2) Health and Safety Benchmark Overview
  • 3) BENCHMARK REPORT of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  • 4) The Use of Metrics in Process Safety Management (PSM) Facilities
  • 1) Measuring Your Safety Culture - Improving Your Safety Culture
  • 2) How Do We Measure Organizational Culture?
  • 3) Measuring and Assessing Corporate Culture
  • 4) KEY COMPONENTS IN THE MEASUREMENT OF SAFETY CULTURE
  • 5) Measuring Organizational Effectiveness
  • 1) Incident Investigation Training
  • 2) Accident / Incident Investigation Participants Guide
  • 1) MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE
  • 2) Analysis Techniques
  • 3) Understanding and Applying Total Risk Summing
  • 4) A GUIDE TO MEASURING HEALTH & SAFETY PERFORMANCE
  • 5) Causal Tree Analysis
  • 1) The elements of business continuity and contingency plans
  • 2) How to Write an Effective Business Continuity Plan
  • 1) Leading and Lagging Indicators
  • 2) Where to Start with Lead & Lag Safety Indicators
  • 3) Using Leading Indicators to Improve Safety and Health Outcomes OSHA
  • 4) Safety Performance Indicators
  • 1) Safety, health, and environmental management and audit systems (e.g., ISO 14000, 45001, 19011, ANSI Z10)
  • 2) ISO 14001:2015 PDF CHECKLIST | Environmental Management Systems
  • 3) ISO 45001:2018
  • 4) ISO 9001:2015 PDF CHECKLIST
  • 5) Breaking Down ANSI/ASSP Z10
  • 1) ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN
  • 2) Site Specific Safety Plans
  • 1) Employee Health and Safety Records
  • 2) Records and Retention Management
  • 1) Introduction to Engineering Economics
  • 2) MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMISTS
  • 3) Capital Allocation Theory
  • 4) What are the 11 Basic Accounting Formulas?
  • 1) Leadership Theories and Style: A Transitional Approach
  • 2) Techniques of a Leader
  • 1) Leadership Theories and Style: A Transitional Approach
  • 2) A Project Manager’s Guidebook
  • 3) PROJECT MANAGEMENT KEY TERMS, DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS
  • 4) Project Management Guidebook
  • 5) Project Management Simplified:
  • 6) Project Management Terminology | 10 Terms Every Project Manager Should Know
  • 1) The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
  • 2) Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
  • 3) Hazard Identification and Control
  • 4) Job Safety Analysis: Step by step
  • 5) Hazard Assessment/Job Safety Analysis
  • 6) Conducting Causal Analysis by Means of Approximating Probabilistic Truths
  • 7) Job Hazard Analysis
  • 1) Human Performance -Set Up for Safety
  • 2) Human Performance - Safety Culture
  • 3) Human Performance Analysis
  • 4) SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM AUDIT TOOL
  • 5) The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
  • 6) Conducting Causal Analysis by Means of Approximating Probabilistic Truths
  • 7) Causal Tree Analysis
  • 1) An introduction to Job Hazard Analysis | Hazard Identification, OSHA Rules Safety Training
  • 2) Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Overview | Oregon OSHA standards, Hazard Identification, Safety
  • 3) How to Identify Hazards | Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Haz ID, OSHA Rules Safety Training
  • 4) Job Hazard Analysis - Job Steps and Tasks
  • 5) Writing a Job Procedure | Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Hazard Identification, OSHA Standards Training
  • 1) Fault Tree Analysis
  • 2) Fault Tree Analysis Explained with Examples
  • 3) Control of Hazardous Energy
  • 4) How to use - Process FMEA explained
  • 5) The risk factor summation method
  • 6) The Safety Case
  • 1) Introduction to Risk Analysis
  • 2) Risk Evaluation
  • 3) Risk Assessment
  • 4) What is Risk Assessment? What, Why & When for Health and Safety
  • 5) Risk Analysis How to Analyze Risks on Your Project - Project Management Training
  • 1) Risk Evaluation and Perception
  • 2) Risk Evaluation
  • 3) QUICK SAFETY QUIZ
  • 4) Framework for Human Health Risk Assessment to Inform Decision Making
  • 5) Risk-Informed Decision Making Guidelines
  • 1) Risk Assessment - Cost Analysis
  • 2) Risk Assessment
  • 1) Insurance/risk Transfer Principles
  • 2) Insurance and Indemnification Guidelines
  • 3) Insurance Transfers Risk - Why You Want Insurance Part 1
  • 4) Insurance and Risk Transfer Basics for Construction Projects
  • 5) Risk Transfer
  • 1) NIOSH Practices in Occupational Risk Assessment
  • 2) Hazard Identification and Control
  • 1) Safety and Risk Management
  • 2) The risk management process
  • 3) Records and Retention Management
  • 4) What’s Your Risk Management IQ?
  • 5) Risk Management
  • 1) Design Safety
  • 2) LIFE SAFETY FEATURES
  • 3) PREVENTION THROUGH DESIGN
  • 4) The State of the National Initiative on Prevention through Design
  • 5) Safety by Design
  • 6) Design for Construction Safety
  • 1) Engineering Control
  • 2) Control of Hazardous Energy
  • 3) Passive vs Active Control Systems
  • 4) Elements of Ventilation Systems
  • 5) Supervisor Safety Tip: Machine Guarding
  • 6) Isolation Transformers can save your life, and your equipment.
  • 1) Administrative Control of Hazards, Chapter 12, Industrial Relations Safety and Health
  • 2) Administrative Controls
  • 1) Subpart E : Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
  • 2) Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
  • 1) Pressure Relief Valves
  • 2) Introduction to Process Flow Charts
  • 3) FE Exam Review - FE Environmental - Health Hazards and Risk Assessment - EPA Compatibility Chart
  • 4) Management of Change - The Fundamentals
  • 5) Answer Key: Process Safety Management (PSM) Test
  • 1) Redundancy Management
  • 2) Reliability, Redundancy, and Resiliency
  • 1) HAZARDS OF FLAMMABLE GASES, LIQUIDS & AEROSOLS & RISK MINIMIZATION
  • 2) Hot Work Safety
  • 3) Hazard Communication Guidance for Combustible Dusts
  • 4) Fire science
  • 5) FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
  • 6) Chemical Storage
  • 7) GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PRACTICES AT WORK
  • 8) Fire Protection and Prevention Quiz
  • 9) Construction Fire Safety Practices
  • 10) Welding, Cutting and Brazing Safety
  • 11) Hot Work Quiz
  • 12) Electrical Safety Quiz
  • 13) Working -on-or-Near Water
  • 14) Protecting Workers from Heat Illness
  • 15) Preventing Cold-related Illness, Injury, and Death among Workers
  • 1) Work Place Falls and Injuries
  • 2) Falling Object Protection
  • 3) Walking-Working Surfaces OSHA Standard
  • 4) Slips, Trips & Falls
  • 5) Slips , Trips and Falls
  • 6) Fall Distance
  • 7) Fall Protection Fact Sheet
  • 8) Focus Four Falls
  • 1) Excavations in Construction/Trenching
  • 2) 5 Things You Should Know to Stay Safe in a Trench
  • 3) Focus Four Hazards:Caught-In or Between
  • 4) Caught In-On-Between
  • 5) Toolbox Safety Topic Caught in or Between Hazards
  • 6) Caught in Between
  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Electrocution/Work Safely with Ladders Near Power Lines
  • 3) Prevent Electrocutions: Work Safely with Cranes near Power Lines
  • 4) Electrical Safety Awareness for Non-Electrical Workers | Schneider Electric
  • 5) OSHA Focus Four Hazards:Electrocution
  • 6) Electrical Hazards
  • 7) Focus Four- Electrical
  • 1) Struck-by Accidents in Construction/Swinging Cranes
  • 2) Struck by Falling hazards
  • 3) Struck-by Accidents in Construction/Vehicle Back-Over
  • 4) Excavator Accident: Concrete Barrier Strikes Worker
  • 5) Focus Four Hazards:Struck-By
  • 6) Preventing Struck-by Injuries in Construction
  • 7) Focus Four- Struck By Training
  • 1) How Are Building Occupant Loads Determined? | ARTiculations
  • 2) Floor Load Handbook
  • 1) 6 Essential Elements of Your Fleet Safety Program
  • 2) MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY AT WORK
  • 3) MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY POLICY
  • 4) SAMPLE VEHICLE FLEET SAFETY & USAGE POLICY
  • 5) CREATING A FLEET SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
  • 1) Truck Mounted Articulating Knuckle Boom Cranes
  • 2) Construction Passenger and Material Lifting Hoist Building Elevator Fall Down Test in USA
  • 3) How to use A Manual Pallet Jack - Safety And Operation Of Pallet Truck
  • 4) MQ Whiteman Power Buggy Pre-Operation
  • 5) Wheelbrow
  • 6) Guarding and Safety Around Conveyor Belts
  • 7) Belt conveyor
  • 8) Hand Carts/Trucks Material Handling
  • 9) Load Handling Equipment
  • 1) National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
  • 2) The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
  • 3) Transportation Safety
  • 1) FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD)/DEBRIS PREVENTION PROGRAM
  • 2) FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD)/DEBRIS PREVENTION PROGRAM
  • 3) Foreign Material Exclusion Worker Objective & Goal of the FME Program
  • 1) Materials Handling
  • 2) Materials Handling and Storage
  • 3) QUIZ "HANDLING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS"
  • 4) Hazard Communication Training
  • 1) Multi-Employer Citation Policy OSHA
  • 2) OSHA’S MULTI-EMPLOYER WORKSITE DOCTRINE: A FACT SHEET
  • 3) Multi-Employer and Contractor Safety
  • 1) subject matter experts
  • 2) How to be an awesome Subject Matter Expert (SME)!
  • 1) Understanding Machine Safety Functionality
  • 2) Safeguarding Equipment and Protecting Employees from Amputations
  • 3) Safety Quiz - Equipment Safety
  • 4) Safe work practices
  • 5) Machine Safety vs Process Safety SIL vs PLe
  • 6) Understanding UL
  • 7) Hotwork Permit Information from NFPA/OSHA/FM Global
  • 1) Hydraulic Safety Precautions and Hydraulic System Maintenance
  • 2) Hand Tool Safety
  • 3) Angle Grinder Safety
  • 4) Robots’ Safety
  • 1) Chemistry - Nanoparticles
  • 2) What Is a Combustible Dust Explosion
  • 3) Occupational Exposure to Heat and Hot Environments
  • 4) Pressure Hazards
  • 5) ALARA and Radiation Safety
  • 6) Protecting Workers from Silica Hazards in the Workplace Video
  • 7) Protecting Workers from Silica Hazards in the Workplace Video
  • 8) Controlling Silica Exposures in Construction While Operating Handheld Masonry Saws
  • 9) Working Safely with Nanomaterials
  • 10) Protect Yourself! Do you know when to use each style of Respirator? Plus More Safety Equipment!
  • 11) Abrasive Blasting Safety Guidelines
  • 12) Monday Meltdown
  • 13) 5 Tips for Protecting Employees from Heat Stress
  • 14) Working in The Cold
  • 1) The Influence of Human Performance on Safety
  • 2) Human Performance -Set Up for Safety
  • 3) Human Performance - Safety Culture
  • 1) The importance of business continuity planning
  • 2) Hurricane Preparedness for Small Businesses
  • 3) Emergency Management and Business Continuity Plan
  • 4) Business Crisis and Continuity Management and Planning
  • 5) An Introduction to Emergency Preparedness
  • 6) Four Phases of Emergency Management
  • 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
  • 1) Avoid Violations!! Must know information on HAZMAT LOADS
  • 2) Hazmat Security
  • 3) HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION
  • 4) Security Plan for the Transportation of Hazardous Materials
  • 5) COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS HANDBOOK
  • 1) Workplace Violence Prevention
  • 2) Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence
  • 3) Violence in the Federal Workplace: A Guide for Prevention and Response
  • 4) Workplace Violence OSHA Fact Sheet
  • 5) Sample Policy for Violence in the Workplace
  • 1) Introduction to Toxicology
  • 2) Introduction to Exposure Assessment
  • 3) Advanced Toxicology Principles
  • 4) Mutagens, Teratogens, and Ototoxins
  • 5) LD50 lecture
  • 6) How The Body Takes up Chemicals?
  • 7) Acute versus Chronic Toxicity
  • 1) Carcinogenic Chemicals
  • 2) Chemicals, Cancer, and You
  • 3) Appendix A - NIOSH Potential Occupational Carcinogens
  • 4) Appendix B - Thirteen OSHA-Regulated Carcinogens
  • 5) Appendix C - Supplementary Exposure Limits
  • 6) Appendix D - Substances with No Established RELs
  • 7) Cancers Part 2 - Metals: Cancer & Carcinogens - Common Cancer-Causing Substances & Your Exposure
  • 1) Ergonomics Basics
  • 2) Ergonomics, Proper Lifting Techniques
  • 3) Ergonomics and Anthropometrics
  • 4) UNDERSTANDING & CONTROLLING ERGONOMIC RISK FACTORS REVIEW QUIZ
  • 5) Visual Acuity and the Snellen Chart
  • 6) Preventing Fatigue at Work – Safety Tips
  • 7) Workplace Vibration: Health Hazards, Measurement Protocol, and Controls
  • 1) Niosh Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
  • 2) Introduction to Exposure Assessment
  • 3) Occupational exposure limits
  • 4) Hazard Substance Fact Sheet
  • 5) Nanotechnology: Research Center Nanotechnology
  • 6) Nanotechnology: Guidance and Publications Guidance & Publications
  • 7) NIOSH POCKET GUIDE TO CHEMICAL HAZARDS
  • 8) Biological Control Agents
  • 9) Working in The Cold
  • 10) Safety Toolbox Talks : Heat Stress
  • 1) INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
  • 2) Considerations When Evaluating Exposure Assessments
  • 3) Evaluating an Occupational Exposure History
  • 4) Exposure Assessment Part One 2018
  • 1) Ototoxicity & Ear Protection
  • 2) Preventing Hearing Loss Caused by Chemical (Ototoxicity) and Noise Exposure
  • 3) Occupational Radiation Protection
  • 4) Visual Acuity and the Snellen Chart
  • 5) Fatigue Management
  • 6) How to Understand Indoor Air Quality
  • 7) Occupational Hygiene Exposure Verification: Sampling and Interpretation
  • 8) Nanoparticles OSHA
  • 9) Controlling Health Hazards When Working with Nanomaterials: Questions to Ask Before You Start
  • 1) Training Objectives and Expectations:
  • 2) Addiction as a Disease—Not a Moral Failure
  • 3) Definition of Addiction
  • 4) Toolbox Talk: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy
  • 1) The fundamentals of epidemiology
  • 2) An Introduction to Epidemiology
  • 3) Epidemiology
  • 4) Essentials of Epidemiology
  • 1) Hands-on Activity Demonstration: Choosing an Occupational Exposure Limit
  • 2) Occupational exposure limits, simple words explanation
  • 1) MITIGATING THE VAPOR INTRUSION
  • 2) Ground Water Contamination
  • 3) Introduction to Water Quality Standards
  • 4) Vapor Intrusion: Investigating and Understanding Risk
  • 5) Air pollution the silent killer
  • 6) How can you be the solution to soil pollution
  • 7) Recycling and refining of complex waste streams
  • 8) Waste Generation and Waste Disposal
  • 1) Ground Water Contamination
  • 2) Mercury Spill Cleanup - Health Effects
  • 3) Oil Spills: What happens after the cleanup?
  • 4) Our Groundwater Connection: Contamination
  • 5) Reflections on Bhopal After Thirty Years
  • 6) Love Canal: Case Study in Soil Contamination
  • 1) Sustainability Primer
  • 2) Introduction to SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & Sustainability | 3 Principles
  • 3) 3 Ps Of SUSTAINABILITY: The Three Principles Of Sustainable Development
  • 4) Sustainability: Definition and Five Core Principles
  • 1) Introduction to Water Quality Standards
  • 2) Primer for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems
  • 3) Anaerobic Digestion and its Applications
  • 4) How City Water Purification Works: Drinking and Wastewater
  • 5) How Do We Get Clean Drinking Water?
  • 1) REACH
  • 2) What is REACH?
  • 3) Restriction of Hazardous Substances | EU RoHS directives
  • 1) Assessing Occupational Safety and Health Training
  • 2) Training
  • 3) A systematic review of the effectiveness of training & education for the protection of workers
  • 4) ASP/CSP Certified Safety Professional Exam Questions Answers
  • 5) Training Requirements in OSHA Standards
  • 6) Evaluating Training Effectiveness and ROI
  • 7) Safety and Health Training Plan
  • 1) Legal
  • 2) Standards development processes
  • 3) The ethics related to conducting professional practice
  • 4) The ethics related to conducting professional practice
  • 5) The relationship between labor and management
  • 6) The relationship between labor and management
  • 7) Labor Relations in Public Organizations
  • 1) 1
  • 2) 2
  • 3) 6
  • 4) 7
  1. Will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree*
  2. Will have four (4) years of safety experience where safety is at least 50%, preventative, professional level with breadth and depth of safety duties
  3. Will have a BCSP Qualified Credential:
      • Associate Safety Professional (ASP)**
      • Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP)
      • Transitional Safety Practitioner (TSP)**
      • Certified Industrial Hygienist® (CIH®)
      • Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (CMIOSH)**
      • Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)**
      • CP-12 Professional Certificate in Safety and Occupational Health, U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center (ACRC)**
      • Certified Safety Engineer (CSE), as administered by the State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS), People’s Republic of China (PRC)**
      • Master in Occupational Safety and Health, International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO)**
      • NEBOSH National or International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety**
      • Professional Member of the Singapore Institution of Safety Officers (SISO)**
      • Diploma/Certificate in Industrial Safety, as issued by the State Government Departments Boards of Technical Education, Government of India**
  4. Must pass the CSP examination
  5. Maintenance of certification
      • Annual renewal fee
      • Recertification requirements

*When applying for the CSP 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.

**Note that all education requirements must be met when pursuing the CSP.

   

EXAMINATION BLUEPRINT

CSP10

 

Domain 1

Advanced Sciences and Math 9.95%

Knowledge of:

1.           Core concepts in anatomy and physiology

2.           Core concepts in chemistry (e.g., organic chemistry, general chemistry, and biochemistry)

3.           Core concepts in physics (e.g., forms of energy, weights, forces, and stresses)

4.           Mathematics (e.g., geometry, algebra, trigonometry, finance and accounting, engineering, and economics)

5.           Statistics for interpreting data (e.g., mean, median, mode, confidence intervals, probabilities, and pareto analysis)

6.           Core research methodology

7.           Microbiology (e.g., nanotechnology, waterborne pathogens, and bloodborne pathogens)

Skill to:

1.           Calculate required containment volumes and hazardous materials storage requirements

2.           Calculate statistics from data sources

Domain 2

Management Systems 13.34%

Knowledge of:

1.           Benchmarks and performance standards/metrics

2.           How to measure, analyze, and improve organizational culture

3.           Incident investigation techniques and analysis (e.g., causal factors)

4.           Management of change techniques (prior, during, and after)

5.           System safety analysis techniques (e.g., fault tree analysis, failure modes and effect analysis [FMEA], Safety Case

approach, and Risk Summation)

6.           The elements of business continuity and contingency plans

7.           Types of leading and lagging safety, health, environmental, and security performance indicators

8.           Safety, health, and environmental management and audit systems (e.g., ISO 14000, 45001, 19011, ANSI Z10)

9.           Applicable requirements for plans, systems, and policies (e.g., safety, health, environmental, fire, and emergency action)

10.      Document retention or management principles (e.g., incident investigation, training records, exposure records, maintenance records, environmental management system, and audit results)

11.      Budgeting, finance, and economic analysis techniques and principles (e.g., timelines, budget development, milestones, resourcing, financing risk management options, return on investment, cost/benefit analysis, and role in procurement process)

12.      Management leadership techniques (e.g., management theories, leadership theories, motivation, discipline,

and communication styles)

13.      Project management concepts and techniques (e.g., RACI charts, project timelines, and budgets)

Skill to:

1.           Analyze and/or interpret data (e.g., exposure, release concentrations, and sampling data)

2.           Apply management principles of authority, responsibility, and accountability

3.           Compare management systems with benchmarks

4.           Conduct causal factors analyses

5.           Develop, implement, and sustain environmental, safety, and health management systems

6.           Evaluate and analyze survey data

7.           Perform gap analyses

8.           Demonstrate business need via financial calculations (e.g., return on investment, engineering economy, and financial engineering)


Domain 3

Risk Management 14.49%

Knowledge of:

1.           Hazard identification and analysis methods (e.g., job safety analysis, hazard analysis, human performance analysis,

and audit and causal analysis)

2.             Risk analysis

3.              Risk evaluation (decision making)

4.             The risk management process

5.             The costs and benefits of risk assessment process

6.              Insurance/risk transfer principles

Skill to:

1.             Apply risk-based decision-making tools for prioritizing risk management options

2.              Calculate metrics for organizational risk

3.              Conduct hazard analysis and risk assessment

4.              Select risk treatment or controls using the hierarchy of controls

5.              Explain risk management options and concepts to decision makers, stakeholders, and the public

Domain 4

Advanced Application of Key Safety Concepts 14.69%

Knowledge of:

1.             Principles of safety through design and inherently safer designs (e.g., designing out hazards during design phase, avoidance, elimination, and substitution)

2.              Engineering controls (e.g., ventilation, guarding, isolation, and active vs. passive)

3.             Administrative controls (e.g., job rotation, training, procedures, and safety policies and practices)

4.              Personal protective equipment

5.              Chemical process safety management (e.g., pressure relief systems, chemical compatibility, management of change,

materials of construction, and process flow diagrams)

6.              Redundancy systems (e.g., energy isolation and ventilation)

7.             Common workplace hazards (e.g., electrical, falls, same level falls, confined spaces, lockout/tagout, working around water, caught in, struck by, excavation, welding, hot work, cold and heat stress, combustibles, laser, and others)

8.              Facility life safety features (e.g., public space safety, floor loading, and occupancy loads)

9.             Fleet safety principles (e.g., driver and equipment safety, maintenance, surveillance equipment, GPS monitoring, telematics, hybrid vehicles, fuel systems, driving under the influence, and fatigue)

10.        Transportation safety principles (e.g., air, rail, and marine)

11.         Materials handling (e.g., forklifts, cranes, hand trucks, person lifts, hoists, rigging, manual, and drones)

12.         Foreign material exclusion (FME) and foreign object damage (FOD)

13.        Hazardous materials management (e.g., GHS labels, storage and handling, policy, and security)

14.        Multi-employee worksite issues (e.g., contractors and temporary or seasonal employees)

15.         Sources of information on hazards and risk management options (e.g., subject matter experts, relevant best practices,

published literature, and SDS)

16.        The safety design criteria for workplace facilities, machines, and practices (e.g., UL, NFPA, NIOSH, FM, and ISO)

17.        Tools, machines, practices, and equipment safety (e.g., hand tools, ladders, grinders, hydraulics, and robotics)

18.         Workplace hazards (e.g., nanoparticles, combustible dust, heat systems, high pressure, radiation, silica dust, powder

and spray applications, blasting, and molten metals)

19.         Human performance

Skill to:

1.              Calibrate, use, and maintain data logging, monitoring, and measurement equipment

2.              Identify relevant labels, signs, and warnings

3.              Interpret plans, specifications, technical drawings, and process flow diagrams


Domain 5

Emergency Preparedness, Fire Prevention, and Security 10.59%

Knowledge of:

1.              Emergency/crisis/disaster response planning/business continuity (e.g., nuclear incidents, natural disasters, terrorist

attacks, chemical spills, fires, active violent attacks, and public utilities)

2.              Fire prevention, protection, and suppression systems

3.             The transportation and security of hazardous materials

4.              Workplace violence and prevention techniques (violence on employees)

Skill to:

1.       Manage active incidents (e.g., emergency, crisis, disaster, and incident command system)

Domain 6

Occupational Health and Ergonomics 12.05%

Knowledge of:

1.             Advanced toxicology principles (e.g., symptoms of an exposure, LD50, mutagens, teratogens, and ototoxins)

2.              Carcinogens

3.              Ergonomics and human factors principles (e.g., visual acuity, body mechanics, lifting, vibration, anthropometrics,

and fatigue management)

4.              How to recognize occupational exposures (e.g., hazardous chemicals, radiation, noise, biological agents, heat/cold,

infectious diseases, nanoparticles, and indoor air quality)

5.             How to evaluate occupational exposures (e.g., hazardous chemicals, radiation, noise, biological agents, heat/cold, infectious diseases, ventilation, nanoparticles, and indoor air quality), including techniques for measurement, sampling, and analysis

6.             How to control occupational exposures (e.g., hazardous chemicals, radiation, noise, biological agents, heat/cold, ventilation, nanoparticles, infectious diseases, and indoor air quality)

7.              Employee substance abuse

8.             The fundamentals of epidemiology

9.              Occupational exposure limits (e.g., hazardous chemicals, radiation, noise, biological agents, and heat)

Skill to:

1.              Conduct exposure evaluation (e.g., chemicals, SDS, ergonomic, ventilation, and environment [calibrations and calculations])

2.              Use sampling equipment

3.              Interpret data from exposure evaluations (e.g., adjusted shift calculations, use correct sampling method, and use

correct analytical method)

Domain 7

Environmental Management Systems 7.38%

Knowledge of:

1.              Environmental protection and pollution prevention methods (e.g., air, water, soil, containment, soil vapor intrusion,

and waste streams)

2.              How released hazardous materials migrate/interact through the air, surface water, soil, and water table

3.              Sustainability principles

4.              Waste water treatment plants, onsite waste water treatment plants, and public water systems

5.              Registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals (REACH) and restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS)

Skill to:

1.              Use waste management practices (e.g., segregation and separation, containment, disposal, chain of custody, and policy)

2.              Conduct hazardous waste operations (e.g., spill clean-up and remediation)


Domain 8

Training/Education 10.18%

Knowledge of:

1.           Education and training methods and techniques (e.g., classroom, online, computer-based, AI, and on-the-job training)

2.           Training, qualification, and competency requirements

3.           Methods for determining the effectiveness of training programs (e.g., determine if trainees are applying training on the job)

4.           Effective presentation techniques

Skill to:

1.           Perform training needs assessments

2.           Develop training programs (e.g., presentation skills and tools)

3.           Develop training materials

4.           Conduct training

5.           Assess training competency

6.           Develop training assessment instruments (e.g., written tests and skill assessments) to assess training competency

Domain 9

Law and Ethics 7.33%

Knowledge of:

1.           Legal issues (e.g., tort, negligence, civil, criminal, contracts, and disability terminology)

2.           Protection of confidential information (e.g., privacy, trade secrets, personally identifiable information, and General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR])

3.           Standards development processes

4.           The ethics related to conducting professional practice (e.g., audits, record keeping, sampling, and standard writing)

5.           The relationship between labor and management

6.           BCSP Code of Ethics

7.           Workers’ compensation (e.g., injured worker’s compensation)

Skill to:

1.           Interpret laws, regulations, and consensus codes and standards

2.           Apply concepts of BCSP Code of Ethics

 

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 75
  • Certificate : No
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
money back