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

The Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) is considered a benchmark in the Occupational Health and Safety sector. Seeking the CRSP®/PSAC® designation will set you apart from others in your field. Besides, it will also have a significant impact on your career. Furthermore, CRSPs/PSACs receive the best opportunities for career advancement and are known for their expertise.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements are:
  • A four years bachelors degree and four years work experience in OHS
  • To meet the legal education requirements for certification, applicants need to have completed formal education
  • A recognised company must evaluate all transcripts if they have completed their qualification outside Canada

Before making an application, it is necessary to meet all the eligibility criteria. Before assessing their qualifications, students need to enrol for a Pre – Qualifications Review for further process. After PQR (Pre-Qualification Review), students can proceed with their application process to BCRSP Board.

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

Candidates must meet the following requirements for the CRSP Certification
  • Current Employment - This includes over 900 hours/ year projects in occupational health and safety
  • Educational Qualifications - Candidates must complete college or university education in health and safety
  • Work Experience - Candidates should have at least four years of continuous work experience in the field of occupational health and safety

CRSP Course has the following stages:
  1. Application - Delegates must complete the form for designation of Canadian Registered Safety Professional
  2. Evaluation - The BCRSP Board checks the application
  3. Interview - The qualified person is then called for an interview
  4. Examination - The student has to sit for an examination on the following subject matter:
    • Environmental practices
    • Accident theory
    • Ergonomics
    • Health promotion
    • Fire prevention and protection
    • Law and ethics
    • Health, safety and environment auditing
    • Occupational health, safety and environment systems
    • Risk management
    • Occupational hygiene
    • Safety technology and techniques
  5. Approval - Once the applicant gets the passing score, a notification is sent to him or her
  6. Confirmation - Finally, the applicant gets the CRSP designation and registration number

CRSP exam preparation
  • You must keep plenty of time to prepare and study for the exams. Also, give yourself enough time to come up with a study plan. You would likely want to be a Canadian Registered Safety Professional for the rest of your career. So, it is necessary to take the time to do it right.
  • Do not give up if you are not successful the first time. There are several reasons for being unsuccessful. Sometimes, a student may not be able to study well for the exam due to work or family pressures.
  • Make flashcards to memorise your work better. Write the question on one side of the flashcard and the answer on the opposite side. This has helped many students in their CRSP exam preparation.

For additional details or to enroll for this qualification, please email a copy of your updated CV and copies of your mark sheets and final degree certificates to sales@cssglobal.org

Disclaimer: The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) does not have any involvement in the development, content or distribution of any courses or materials associated with preparing for BCRSP examinations.