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Are you a brand new EHS professional looking to find your footing in the industry? It’s an exciting and valuable career, one that can reward and fulfill you for years to come.
But if you’re like many fledgling safety professionals, you’re still trying to make sense of where your career could go. You’re learning what a day in the life is like, what areas you could focus on as an EHS professional.
The truth is, your day-to-day experience depends on your focus area. The EHS professional credentialing you pursue qualifies you for various avenues of work. So the real question is, what do you want to focus on?
We’re here to help you figure it out.
The Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) is the certifying organization for safety professionals. All BCSP certifications are recognized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), which is the primary source for internationally-recognized accreditations in US-based practice.
BSCP currently offers ten different credentials:
The CSP certification was actually the first-ever certification in safety, health, environment, and ergonomics accredited by ANSI. When you get your safety certifications, you get them from an organization whose safety roots run deep.
As you can see, EHS professional credentialing offers you a wide array of potential career pathways. So the question is: which road will you take? It’s a learning process, and as in all things safety, the more you know, the safer you are.
If you’re looking to learn more about the EHS profession you’re joining, make sure to check out our blog for more great tips, like these essential workplace safety skills for EHS professionals.
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