Support the Skills Renewal Act

S. 3779 Provides Financial Relief to Those Looking for New Skills Due to COVID-19

Published on Tuesday, August 18, 2020

BCSP and the Professional Certification Coalition (PCC) need your help! Using the language below, we are asking you to email your state legislators to inform them of the importance of supporting the Skills Renewal Act (S. 3779/H.R. 7032).

BCSP Certifications Recognized as Important for Essential Industries

Published on Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Where COVID-19 shutdown orders are active or again implemented, Pearson VUE-owned testing centers that meet requirements to remain open will also be permitted to continue administering exams scheduled for BCSP certifications.

BCSP, ACGIH Sign Partnership to Improve Safety and Health Performance

Published on Monday, August 17, 2020

As partners, BCSP and ACGIH will use their collaborative efforts, expertise, technologies, and resources to increase the availability of competency-based certifications and education to advance occupational safety and health.

STS, STSC Beta Exam Participants to Qualify for Exam Discount

A Significant Discount is Available for STS, STSC Examinations

Published on Monday, August 10, 2020

The Safety Trained Supervisor® (STS®) and Safety Trained Supervisor Construction® (STSC®) beta exams have been rescheduled for early 2021, at which time participants will receive a $60 discount on the exams.

Investing in Future Practitioners Through Scholarships

BCSP Foundation and Other Organizations Offer Student Scholarships

Published on Monday, August 10, 2020

The BCSP Foundation looks forward to continuing to provide support to young, aspiring SH&E professionals pursuing higher education, essential to effectively attaining a rewarding, lucrative future in safety. This support acknowledges that young safety professionals will be the reason for safety innovation and improvements, that they will be the reason for reduction in workplace fatalities and injuries, and we must continue to invest in the future of safety.

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