CSP Test Prep

CSP Test Prep

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
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  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


This Course Includes

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