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Certified Safety Manager: Construction (CSMC)
- class 17 Courses
- access_time 40:00 hours / 4 CEUs
This Construction Safety Manager Certification is an indication to employers, potential employers, regulatory agencies, and the courts that you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities equivalent to a level of proficiency expected of a professional who is capable of working with little or no supervision while managing the safety programs, policies, and procedures common to the construction industry.
Creating a safety culture, especially in construction, can be difficult. This course will provide the tools necessary to implement proper safety training and an effective safety program. Students will learn how to understand and interpret regulations, avoid civil and criminal liability, increase worker morale, reduce workers comp rates and most importantly, minimize or eliminate injuries wherever construction activities may occur. The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety, but we find that the average completion time is approximately 40 hours. You have up to six months to complete the course.
Prerequisites and Authorization:
The CSM is a foundational course which requires no prerequisites; however, prior knowledge of workplace safety is highly recommended. Upon completion, a CSM is authorized to teach the following courses by NASP. Click here for details.
NASP is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free of all forms of discrimination.
Proprietary Interest Disclosure:
The instructor(s) has no financial interest in any course documents, products, tools, or instruments. View the full document here.
Our Certified Safety Manager: Construction (CSMC) Certification will allow you to do the following:
Study of primary, OSHA required, workplace safety topics
Information to qualify you as a safety expert and manager
Learn training methodologies that change the way your employees work
Save money by developing your own safety programs
Avoid civil and criminal liability for accidents and injuries
Determine proper interpretation and application of OSHA regulations
Establish acceptable analysis and documentation of workplace hazards
Manage workplace safety inspections and audits
Investigate, analyze and document workplace accidents and root cause analysis
Create and manage a successful safety culture using the latest behavior modification techniques