Buy Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) Certificate Online, Buy CHST Certificate, Buy BCSP Certificate, The CHST is for construction job sites’ safety, health, and environment (SH&E) specialists. Responsibilities for SH&E may be all or part of a CHST’s job duties, which may cover one or more significant construction projects or job sites. Candidates may work for an owner, general contractor, subcontractor, or firm involved in SH&E and/or construction.
The CHST program recognizes that many employers assign responsibility for construction SH&E functions to those with very important roles in leading workers. Many construction safety practitioners use the CHST as a path to greater roles in SH&E practice.
BCSP credentials provide safety practitioners marks of distinction. Like the Professional Engineer designation for engineers or the Certified Public Accountant designation for accountants, professionals who hold the CSP certification demonstrate clearly that they have met education and experience standards as well as passed rigorous, accredited examinations.
No other safety certifications hold the same level of demand by employers and government agencies. No other safety credentials have the same impact on salary.
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BCSP accreditation under an international standard demonstrates that BCSP certifications meet such high professional standards that they are recognized as model credentials worldwide.
All BCSP certifications are accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB), the primary source for internationally recognized standards in U.S.-based professional practice. The CSP was the first certification in safety, health, and environmental practice accredited by this national organization which evaluates certification programs. The certifications are accredited under the ISO/IEC 17024 standards for personnel certification programs and can be found in ANAB’s database by their 0646 identification number.
ANAB accreditation has become the yardstick for acceptance of certification by many federal, state, and local agencies. Accreditation standards cover fairness in testing, audited financial disclosure, independence in governance, validated examination content, non-discrimination of candidates, and many other criteria.