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Salary Survey 2020

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The annual Safety+Health Salary Survey is different this year. That’s because we’ve partnered with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals to bring you more – and more accurate* – information about how you compare with your fellow EHS pros on compensation and benefits.

S+H received responses from 984 workplace safety and health professionals, who shared information on a variety of topics.

On behalf of S+H and BCSP, Readex Research selected a sample of 61,500 EHS pros from two lists of National Safety Council members and active BCSP certification holders. An email was sent on April 22, and 9,225 recipients responded for a 15% response rate.

Thanks to everyone who responded to the survey. Ready to see how your salary stacks up? Read on. You can browse sections of the report by using the drop-down menu or navigation arrows at the top of each page.

*As part of this year’s partnership with BCSP, the Safety+Health Salary Survey has been thoroughly updated and expanded. Because of changes to question wording and response options, this year’s salary survey results are not comparable to previous years’ results.

BCSP Salary Survey Calculator

The BCSP Salary Calculator

Want to drill down even further? Check out the BCSP Salary Calculator, which includes data from all 2020 Salary Survey respondents who indicated they were employed full time. By selecting different variables, you can build different queries based on location, certification and more.

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