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Privacy and Information Security for Learner Records

NASP is committed to keeping all learner records and personal information secure and private unless permitted by the verified learner. NASP intends to prioritize the security and privacy of learners’ records. All NASP employees approach personal information very seriously. Access to learners’ records is limited to management personnel and key…

Where can I find more information on the CSD and MSP Beta Exam Opportunities?

We invite you to be one of the first 100 individuals to sit for our CSD and/or MSP beta exam! The beta exams will include new and revised exam questions to gather performance statistics for new examination forms. The exams will include 25 additional questions that will not affect your…

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). These certifications are accredited under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standard for personnel certification programs. Click here to learn more about the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Program. If you have questions, contact…

What is the difference between the MSP and the CSP Certification?

The MSP and CSP certifications share a few similarities; both certifications: Are accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standard General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons Have a thorough application process Require previously-obtained qualified credentials Have predetermined educational and experiential requirements Consist of sit-down…

What is the difference between the MSP and the CSP Certification?

The MSP and CSP certifications share a few similarities; both certifications: Are accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standard General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons Have a thorough application process Require previously-obtained qualified credentials Have predetermined educational and experiential requirements Consist of sit-down…

Spill and Leak Control

Discover what it takes to control spills and leaks through drum plugging and patching, diking and diversion, and the incident command system

Mitigation of Hazards

Learn the methods used to mitigate hazards relating to fire and explosions, confined space entry, bloodborne pathogens, medical treatment and first aid, among various others

Medical Surveillance Programs

Understand the various requirements of medical surveillance programs for hazardous site workers and emergency responders to include occupational exposure, monitoring, examination, and risk factors

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