University of Calgary Continuing Education Health, Safety and Environment Certificate courses align with the requirements of the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), a designation awarded by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP).
The BCRSP sets the standard for the certification of occupational health and safety professionals in Canada to create the healthiest and safest workplaces in the world. Professionalism, high standards, continuous learning, and an established Code of Ethics drive the BCRSP. The Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)® is the mark of an OHS professional and a nationally recognized level of achievement within the OHS field.
The Health, Safety and Environment Certificate core courses, along with several optional courses, align with the requirements of the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation. Students who structure their program to take these courses emerge from the program well-prepared to write the CRSP exam. To prepare for the exam, students can take BMC 351 CRSP Exam Prep Course as part of their certificate.
Upon completion of the University of Calgary Health, Safety and Environment Certificate program, the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals may acknowledge 50 points towards Factor 1 (Formal Education) in the CRSP program.
For more information on the BCRSP, go to www.bcrsp.ca
Continuing Education courses that align with the CRSP designation include:
- BMC 201 Accident Theory and Incident Investigation
- BMC 281 Auditing of HSE Management Systems and Compliance
- BMC 351 CRSP Exam Prep Course
- BMC 309 Disability Management: An Integrative Approach
- BMC 218 Emergency Response
- BMC 199 Ergonomics
- BMC 285 Fire Prevention and Safety
- BMC 295 Industrial Safety Processes
- BMC 183 Integrated Workplace Health Management