CE 1104: CSP Prep Course

About This Course

The Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification is a sought after credential in the safety industry. This course is designed to present students with a representation of the Board of Certified Safety Professional’s CSP certification exam concepts and questions.

Pre-recorded audio presentations will review how to calculate and solve advanced mathematic equations, examine advanced risk and environmental management systems, occupational health and ergonomics. Students will additionally review emergency preparedness, fire prevention, and security content, also advanced training and education, law and ethics & other concepts that follow the CSP® Examination blueprint.

Course Prerequisites

Students should have the Texas Instrument-30XIIS and/or an HP 10bII+ calculator and access to speakers or headphones.

Additional Course Information

The course itself has only a representation of CSP® study questions and the “Study Guide” (workbook provided to student upon successful completion of the course) contains the bulk of the study questions. The questions used in the course represent high probability questions or questions seen regularly but there are hundreds more that can make up your 200 question test.

Additional self-study (recommended 80+ hours upon completion of course) will be required in order to be fully qualified to pass the CSP® examination. Upon completion of this course, one CSP® Self Study Workbook will be provided to students as a PDF document via email.

Prerequisites to Take Certification Exam

CSP® candidates must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, and ASP® Certification or GSP® designation. Candidates also must have at least 4 years of safety experience where safety is at least 50% preventative, professional level with breadth and depth of safety duties.

To learn more about the CSP certification, view the “Complete Guide to the CSP” which contains application and exam information needed to sit for this exam.

Footnotes

  1. Students can apply for an extension if the course is not completed within the allotted 10-week time frame. If students do not complete all assignments with a 70 percent or higher within 10 weeks and do not apply for the extension, they will be removed from the course. Back to duration