FAQ Category: NASP AS A CERTIFYING BODY

Are NASP/IASP, Inc. certifications recognized or accredited by a third party?

NASP/IASP, Inc.’s Master Safety Professional (MSP) and Certified Safety Director (CSD) credentials are accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) under ISO/IEC Standard 17024:2012 General Requirements for Bodies Operating Certification of Persons. Click here to learn more about the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Program. If you have any questions, contact…

What is the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Program?

The primary purpose of the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Program under the guidance and oversight of the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Board (NASPCB), the credentialing arm of NASP/IASP, Inc., is to provide workplace safety professionals a certification program to assist them in carrying out their safety-related functions with confidence and proven competence….

What are the benefits of the CSD and MSP Certifications?

The purpose of the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Program for the CSD and MSP Certifications is to establish international standards for certification in the workplace safety profession; to provide recognition of qualified individuals; to afford a guarantee to employers that certified personnel have attained stated education and experience qualifications. Earning the…

What is the difference between the MSP and the CSP?

The MSP and CSP certifications share a few similarities; both certifications: Are accredited under the ISO/IEC Standard 17024:2012 General Requirements for Bodies Operating Certification of Persons, as administered in the U.S. by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) Have a thorough application process Require previously-obtained qualified credentials Have predetermined educational…