NASP International Safety Certifications Offerings
NASP makes achieving international safety certifications more accessible to a wider audience. We’re the practical approach to workplace safety, ensuring you get the information and certifications you need for attaining your career goals on the international level.
Our exams emphasize Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, which are used as a basis for compliance in many countries. The content also focuses on safety and risk management best practices, emergency preparedness and response, and occupational health and industrial hygiene. These are universal concepts that all safety professionals, regardless of the country in which they reside, should be familiar with.
Here are some of the benefits you can experience by receiving your international safety certification through NASP:
- More safety knowledge: Working more safely is the most important reason for obtaining your international safety professional certificate. You’ll have more knowledge for identifying hazards, reducing risks and keeping yourself and your team safer on the job.
- Higher pay: You may be eligible for a higher salary when you earn your international safety certificate. Proven knowledge is valuable in the safety industry, and businesses will likely pay more for candidates with the specialized knowledge needed to fill the role.
- Easier job mobility: International safety certifications can help you achieve the career change you’ve been striving for. Whether you’re looking to move horizontally for a different workflow or vertically to reach new heights in your career, you can get closer to your desired outcome with an international safety certification.
You can enjoy the above benefits after obtaining one of NASP’s international online safety certifications. We offer the Master Safety Professional (MSP) exam and the Certified Safety Director (CSD) exam for international safety professionals.
Master Safety Professional (MSP) for International Safety Professionals
You must take a comprehensive exam to become an MSP, which is NASP’s highest-level credential. An MSP possesses high levels of strategic and specialist skills. They’re often involved in developing and implementing a complete corporate or facility-wide health and safety program. MSPs can also fill policymaking and senior management roles to provide a comprehensive perspective on a company’s social and organizational safety procedures.
You must meet various eligibility requirements to earn your MSP certification through NASP. NASP has four tracks you can follow to achieve your MSP, each with its own minimum education demands and years of professional experience. You also need to hold at least one of our qualifying credentials. After meeting these requirements, you must pass an exam, meet requirements for recertification and uphold several agreements set by the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Board.
You’ll have to pay the application, exam and recertification fees. You can also pay for and take the MSP Prep Course to help increase your chances of passing the exam while giving you essential knowledge for today’s safety professionals. If you lack a qualifying credential to obtain your MSP, you can also sign up for a qualifying course to obtain that credential through NASP.
The MSP credential is accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB). This certification is accredited under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standard for personnel certification programs.
Certified Safety Director for International Safety Professionals
To become a Certified Safety Director (CSD), you must obtain NASP’s CSD certification. A CSD is involved with the application of strategy and problem-solving. They base their decisions on technical and conceptual knowledge, which stems from experience, training, evidence analysis and critical thinking. A CSD has skills in using a base of evidence for decision-making and values collaboration with other safety professionals. They can also work with little supervision and usually provide direction for others.
You need to meet certain eligibility requirements to earn your CSD according to the four tracks NASP outlines. Each track has different specifications regarding minimum education requirements and work experience. In addition, you must hold at least one of the listed qualified credentials before obtaining your CSD. Finally, you must pass the exam, meet all recertification requirements and uphold the standard agreements the NASP/IASP, Inc. Certification Board sets.
Costs include the application fee, exam fee and recertification fee. You can also pay for and take the CSD Preparation Course to help you prepare for the exam and gain useful knowledge you’ll need for the exam and your safety professional career. If you still need to attain a qualifying credential to earn your CSD, you can sign up for a qualifying course through NASP that will give you the needed credential once completed.
The CSD credential is accredited by the ANAB. This certification is accredited under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standard for personnel certification programs.
Industries That Benefit From NASP Certifications
NASP provides international safety training certifications to many industries. When you need to earn a particular safety certification, you can find what you are looking for through NASP, wherever your professional journey takes you. Safety is crucial in industries worldwide, so we serve a diverse spectrum of industries to further the cause of safety and provide needed education.
Here are some of the specific industries we provide certifications to on an international level:
- Energy industry
- General industry
- Healthcare industry
- Oil and gas industry
- Construction industry
- Environmental industry
- Manufacturing industry
Businesses in the above industries can benefit from hiring safety professionals who are certified or educating their existing workforce through NASP’s online certificate courses or certification exams. Here are some of the main benefits:
- Money savings
- Increased workplace safety
- Reduced workplace accidents
- Heightened company standards
- Fostering a rich workplace safety culture
NASP works worldwide helping educate and train safety professionals. We commonly work with safety professionals in the following countries:
Apply for NASP’s Certification Program Today
Are you ready to take the next step toward your own international safety training certificate or certification? Whether you take the MSP or the CSD exam or prefer a certificate course like the Certified Safety Manager (CSM) or Hydrogen Sulfide Train-the-Trainer, NASP is ready to help you achieve your goals. Our online courses make gaining knowledge easy, fun and interactive so you can make yourself more valuable in the professional sector. View our full course catalog to find the right one for your needs. Contact us online today if you have any questions!