A person who has been designated as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) is someone who has met the requirements for registration (including the examination) established by the Governing Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals. A CRSP is considered to be the benchmark in the OHS profession and the designation of choice for Canadian OHS professionals He or she is trained to apply broad based safety knowledge to develop systems that will achieve optimum control over hazards and exposures detrimental to people, equipment, material and the environment. They are dedicated to the principles of loss control, accident prevention and environmental protection as demonstrated by their daily activities.
To maintain Certification CRSP's must undertake a certain level of training and education each year from approved courses. Occupational Safety Group's Joint Health & Safety Committee Certification, Part 1 has been reviewed by the Board and awarded it a full 1.0 Certificate Maintenance point. The BCRSP approval number is 11236. On average, CRSPs are required to earn a minimum of five (5) CMPs per year.