PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
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Are there any experience requirements to fulfill in order to earn my Safety & Health Professional designation?
Do I have to take the courses in any particular order?
Does earning a Professional Certificate mean that I can teach OSHA 10 and 30 Hour courses and issue cards?
Will you accept courses that I have already completed at another OSHA Education Center?
Can courses taken to earn the Public Sector Safety and Health Fundamentals certificate be applied to this certificate?
I already have a degree and I am employed. Will a Professional Certificate from ASU benefit me?
Do I have to apply separately for each certificate?
Become a Certified Safety and Health Professional
Management of employee safety and health is a tremendous responsibility. Many managers are simply not aware of many of the requirements with which they must comply in order to avoid expensive fines and litigation.
NIOSH predicts that the national demand for occupational safety and health services will far exceed the number of professionals with the necessary training, education, and experience to provide them. The Western OSHA Education Center at ASU's Safety and Health Professional Certificate Programs are designed for individuals with safety responsibilities who wish to improve their practical knowledge while earning a valuable credential.
Earning a certificate requires no specific educational background nor previous training. It's simple, flexible and designed for working professionals and non-degree seeking adults who are looking for continuing education offerings to meet their professional and personal. The certificates are meant to help you provide a foundational knowledge of safety in all industries.
The certificate program in Public Sector Safety & Health Fundamentals supports OSHA’s mission by training public sector employees in occupational safety and health to reduce incident rates for workers in state and local governments. All program requirements are established by OSHA. Participants may earn certificates for Construction and General Industry training. For more information click on the program title above the text in this box.
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Check out our accredited degree programs in Construction Management at http://construction.asu.edu.