NASP provides training, consultative services, and third-party certifications that validate knowledge, skills and abilities in the area of workplace safety.

The primary mission of NASP is to provide safety professionals with innovative training opportunities and professional certification to assist them in carrying out their safety related functions with  confidence and proven competence.

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8 Principles of Workplace Safety

A properly managed safety culture will produce employees who participate actively, identify potential hazards, and feel a responsibility for their safety and the safety of others. Accepting safety as an ethical responsibility establishes the foundation for an effective safety culture.

  1. Safety is an
    Ethical Responsibility.
  2. Safety is a Culture,
    Not a Program.
  3. Management is Responsible.
  4. Employees Must Be
    Trained to Work Safely.
  5. Safety is a Condition
    of Employment.
  6. All Injuries Are Preventable.
  7. Safety Programs Must
    Be Site Specific.
  8. Safety is Good Business.

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Dust to Dust: A Look at Silica Dust FAQs

Ever since OSHA began enforcing its respirable crystalline silica standard for general industry in June 2018, employers have struggled to understand compliance requirements. In late January, OSHA published a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and answers developed with industry stakeholders to relieve some of the confusion. The silica standard…

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There is no more important skill to the safety professional than the ability to discover and remedy hazards before they can injure workers. This is the purpose of the workplace safety auditor which consists of three primary tools: Hazard Analysis, Inspections, and Incident Investigation. The purpose of a workplace safety audit is to discover circumstances, situations, equipment, or materials that may harm a person. The objective is not simply regulatory compliance, and it is not just saving money, it is the avoidance of human injury. Regulatory compliance and monetary gain are collateral benefits, not the primary objective.

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NASP/IASP Consulting & Training Services

NASP/IASP Consultants and trainers constitute an extensive network of certified consultants and trainers that are highly regarded in the safety field worldwide. We have hundreds of consultants and trainers available through our membership as well as exceptional staff consultants and trainers. All NASP/IASP consultants and trainers are certified by NASP/IASP to ensure the highest level of proficiency available in the safety field.

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NASP is entering into new franchise agreements with safety training organizations outside of the United States. The NASP franchisee will be accredited to offer a classroom version of the CSM Course, as well as any of the Certificate of Achievement Courses and Specialist Courses.  NASP franchise partners will also be accredited to offer other safety related courses not usually offered by NASP, in their areas of expertise and approved by NASP, and receive certification for their students.

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