Blacktrail's Certified Safety Professionals (CSPs) work in many different industries. Insurance, chemical, and manufacturing are the major industries requiring CSP consulting. During the last decade, the number of CSPs engaged in consulting has doubled to 15%. The number of CSPs in various other industries, including construction, government, transportation, and aerospace, also continues to grow.
Today, there is a convergence of safety, industrial hygiene and environmental practice. Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) data show that CSPs, on average, spend almost 60% of their professional time in safety and a significant portion of time in industrial hygiene and environmental matters. 32% of CSPs have safety and health responsibilities and 70% have safety, health, and environmental duties. Many CSPs are safety and/or environmental, safety and health managers. CSPs work with designers to identify system risks during use, operation, and maintenance.
Call us now to talk to Blacktrail's Certified Safety Professional, Mr. John Spilman. Call and ask if he can help your company for your next safety audit or oversight of contruction work.