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Corporate Profile: National Association of Safety Professionals


The primary mission of NASP is to provide environmental, health and safety professionals and individuals who are required to meet regulatory requirements within their facility with innovative training opportunities and professional certification to assist them in carrying out their safety-related functions with confidence and proven competence. NASP offers both online and instructor-led professional development courses to teach our students the latest trends in regulatory compliance, all while they earn valuable continuing education units. We have created an immersive learning experience that is designed to maximize adoption and ease of use from an administrative and end-user point of view. Our instructor-led courses are continually recognized as the premier in cutting-edge safety training by our EHS peers and taught by veterans in the field. Our online courses are intuitive, easy to navigate and dynamically designed to be user-friendly – even for those with limited computer knowledge. All NASP training courses are accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training.

As the benchmark in practical workplace safety certification, the Certified Safety Director and Master Safety Professional certifications demonstrate your commitment to superior professionalism, upholding industry standards, and continued education and training. NASP is accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board for the Certified Safety Director and Master Safety Professional credentials, under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 Standard, General Requirements for Bodies Operating Certification of Persons.

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