The second round of pilot exams have closed for the CSD and MSP certifications! But what does this mean?

Now that the test-taking portion of the accreditation process has closed, NASP, in partnership with SCANTRON, can conduct the scoring of the exams and make any minor edits that might have surfaced during the test-taking process.

NASP would like to thank each person who participated in the pilot exam process. The scores will be available to those who completed the exam as soon as possible. NASP hopes to move through the remaining ANSI accreditation requirements through the coming months and launch the official accreditation exams before the end of the year or by the beginning of 2021 (all things COVID-19 considered). To keep up with our ANSI accreditation status, feel free to check out the NASP webpage on the topic by clicking here.

Thank you all for your support and patience as we move through this process. These certifications will become the premier designations for PRACTICAL workplace safety; we are excited for you to be a part of it.

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Teresa L. Amey’s previous career comprises a Facilities Management background, providing guidance and clear directives for efficient and safe facility operations. She offers strong knowledge of Quality Management Systems (QMS) and internal auditing, complemented by an extensive background in facility management, organizational management, administrative management, and functions.
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