Robert Aitken, a Los Alamos National Laboratory employee, has earned a Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) certificate.
BCSP awards this certification to individuals who meet eligibility and experience criteria in the safety, health and environmental discipline and have passed an examination.
Certificate recipients must recertify every five years to maintain certification, ensuring they remain knowledgeable in their practice.
Safety issues have become more complex, and today’s safety professionals must continually be better qualified. BCSP credential holders are among the most highly trained, educated and experience individuals in the safety field. Having achieved a BCSP certification shows the individual has mastered the core competency required for professionals safety practice.
“It is critical to maintain competent individuals within the SH&E industry because of the impact they have on the safety of workers and the public,” said BSCP Chief Executive Officer Dr. Treasa Turnbeaugh, CSP, ASP, CET, CAE.
BCSP is recognized as a leader in high-quality credentialing for safety, health and environmental practitioners. BCSP establishes standards for and verifies competency in professional safety practice and evaluates certificants for compliance with recertification requirements. All certification are accredited or in the process of becoming accredited. BCSP maintains the highest accreditations for its certifications, proving their value through independent, third-party evaluations. Since 1969, over 58,00 individuals have acheived the CSP, ASP, SMS, OHST, CHST, STS, STSC or CET credential. BSCP is a not-for-profit corporation with headquarters in Indianapolis.