Commitment to Safer Workplaces

BCRSP is running a ‘Commitment to Safer Workplaces’ campaign for Ontario Election 2018. We are asking all election candidates to take some time to learn more about occupational health and safety (OHS) and to take the pledge to... Read More
Paul Andre Chair's Welcome

Message from Paul Andre, Governing Board Chair

Welcome to the website of the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP), the certification body for occupational health and safety professionals since 1976.
CRST Certification

CRST Certification

Canadian Registered Safety Technician (CRST) certification under development. Find out more…

BCRSP Webinar - How to Apply

In order to assist prospective applicants the Board offers webinars throughout the year. The webinar will be on the benefit if you are ready to apply or are looking to find out more about the application process. Please visit... Read More
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Careers in Safety

A career in OHS can lead to a wide range of opportunities. OHS professionals are working as health and safety consultants and coordinators, ergonomics and safety specialists, quality assurance professionals, health and safety... Read More

Invest in your Organisation Hire a CRSP

With health hazards in the workplace, legislative requirements, and the enormous costs associated with occupational incidents, more and more organisations are turning to certified health and safety professionals. Please visit... Read More

Prospective Certificants

Interested in becoming a CRSP? Read on to find out more…

Employers & Employment

Whether you are an employer looking to hire an OHS professional or are looking for more information about a career in safety, read on…

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“A CRSP designation is a guarantee of competence and know-how that acknowledges the person’s value and promises integrity and professionalism. Satisfying the requirements to obtain and maintain CRSP certification gives companies the peace of mind that they are working with a highly qualified resource.”

- Jean Bruneau, CRSP/PSAC

Directeur général, Association paritaire pour la santé et la sécurité du travail, secteur «Administration provinciale»