Benefits of GSP and Professional Certification

The Graduate Safety Practitioner Designation Puts SH&E Students Ahead of the Competition

Published on Thursday, October 24, 2019

The GSP is available to students graduating from SH&E degree programs which meet BCSP Qualified Academic Program (QAP) standards; it puts students on a path to achieving the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification. There is no fee to apply for the GSP, and it provides a heightened level of recognition for professional safety practice.

Read the Third Quarter 2019 BCSP eNewsletter

The Third Quarter eNewsletter is Now Available

Published on Thursday, October 3, 2019

The 2019 Third Quarter eNewsletter is now available online.

CSP Becomes First KSA Grand Master

Samantha Lushtak, MS, CSP, CIT Completed KSA Quest Program

Published on Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Samantha Lushtak, MS, CSP, CIT became one of the first BCSP certificants to complete all 27 modules in the KSA Quest program, making her a KSA Grand Master. 

BCSP examCORE Pre-Exam Training’s Beta Form Released

Become an examCORE Pioneer!

Published on Thursday, September 26, 2019

The Board of Certified Safety Professionals’ (BCSP) Associate Safety Professional (ASP) examCORE pre-exam training has been released in a beta format and is being offered by BCSP in partnership with the National Safety Council (NSC) and Columbia Southern University (CSU). All three leading SH&E organizations have independent partnerships to advance the safety profession.

BCSP and PCC Seek to Add Professional Certification to Internal Revenue Code of 1986

Bill S.379 Would Add Professional Certification to 529 Plans

Published on Wednesday, September 25, 2019

The Internal Revenue Code of 1986 specifically 529 plans — is a program that allows people to establish tax-free savings accounts for certain educational expenses either through an education savings plan or a prepaid tuition plan. As currently constructed, these tax-free earning accounts can only be used for college or other post-secondary public, private, or religious schools. Bill S.379 would open this plan to include post-secondary credentials or licenses and treat them as qualified higher education expenses. 
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