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What is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)®?

The Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation is considered a benchmark in the OHS profession and the designation of choice for Canadian OHS professionals. As a safety professional, you have many options and choices when it comes to your career path. Only you can make the choice to pursue a certification. Pursuing the CRSP®/PSAC® designation will set you apart from others in your field and will have a measurable impact on your career. CRSPs/PSACs receive the best opportunities for career advancement and are sought for their expertise.
Achieving the CRSP®/PSAC® designation:
  • Is an indication of professional growth
  • Enhances professional credibility,
  • Provides evidence of professional commitment,
  • Enhances employability and mobility, and
  • Increases earning potential

Minimum Eligibility Requirements are:

  • A one year college/university certificate/diploma in OHS OR a two-year college/ university non-OHS certificate/diploma. Applicants who completed formal education above the minimum requirement (e.g. undergraduate degree or college diploma in any discipline) meet the formal education requirements for certification.
  • If your formal education was completed outside of Canada, you must have your transcripts evaluated by a recognized foreign credential assessment agency.
  • Current full-time employment in a position with OHS responsibilities comprising greater than 50% (minimum of 900 hours per calendar year)
  • At least three continuous years of OHS experience immediately prior to making application
All eligibility criteria must be met before you make an application. Students need to enrol for a Pre – Qualifications Review to get their qualification assessed for further process. Upon PQR (Pre-Qualification review) students can proceed with their application process to BCSP Board


PQR Charges: Call +91 7738906655
PQR charges include the following:
  • Review of your Academic Qualifications / Professional Experience and Professional Qualification
  • Steps to follow for application process
  • Application to CRSP

Benefits of Certification

Hiring preferences

Becoming a CRSP will help you stand out. The value employers place on certification is reflected in the often increased salary, internal recognition or promotion that is achieved by those possessing a certification. Whether looking for an internal promotion or seeking a new opportunCRSPity, the CRSP leads to increased opportunities for employment, and recognition by employers.

Professional credibility

Achieving the CRSP certification demonstrates you have the knowledge required for professional OHS practice, you have in-depth knowledge of health and safety principles and practices and you use this knowledge to develop systems in the workplace in order to achieve optimum control over hazards detrimental to people, equipment, material and the environment.

Return on your investment

Obtaining the preeminent certification in your field leads to increased self-esteem and personal satisfaction. Certificants frequently report that obtaining the CRSP leads to an enhanced feeling of personal accomplishment and provides personal satisfaction.

Expand your opportunities

The CRSP certification gives you a global advantage. The CRSP is the only Canadian certification recognized through Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) in the United States and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) in the United Kingdom.

A CRSP is an individual who has:

  • Proven Expertise;
  • Committed to Continual Learning;
  • Complied with a Code of Conduct.

A CRSP has in-depth knowledge of health and safety principles and prac-tices and uses this knowledge to develop systems in the workplace in order to achieve optimum control over hazards detrimental to people, equipment, material and the envi-ronment.

A CRSP is committed to the principles of loss control, accident prevention and environmental protection.

A CRSP is committed to managing an organization’s health and safety issues and concerns according to the Rules of Professional Conduct (Code of Ethics).

The Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)® is the mark of an OHS professional and a nationally recognized level of achievement within the OHS field.

You have what it takes to become a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)®….

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