Certified Safety & Health Official Certificate- Level III

Businesses today face an overwhelming maze of safety and health regulations including employee safety, liability, training requirements, loss control, and program development and implementation. The Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO) certificate program provides a clear and defined path towards earning a professional certificate with a concentration in either Construction or General Industry safety. Individuals seeking to complete this program must have a minimum of 5 years of industry safety experience and meet the prerequisite requirements of OSHA 500 or 501.

The Construction Industry Track is designed for personnel who perform safety and health work on a daily basis in construction environments or have safety responsibilities over others at those locations, including inspections and audits.

The General Industry Track relates more to personnel who perform safety and health work at industrial facilities or have safety responsibilities over others at those facilities or locations, and whose work includes inspections and audits.

NOTE: The CSHO Certificate Program has been amended in order to keep with national standards. All applicants registering November 1, 2017 and following will be required to fulfill the amended criteria. All participants registered prior to November 1, 2017 should continue with the program as it was at the time of their registration.

Construction Track

Required Courses (7)

Elective Courses (Choose 3)

SHORT-COURSES - Three of the short-courses below count as one elective (maximum allowed 6)

Download the Certified Safety & Health Official Certificate Request Form – Construction Industry and get started today!

General Industry Track

Required Courses (7)

Elective Courses (Choose 3)

SHORT-COURSES - Three of the short-courses below count as one elective (maximum allowed 6)

Download the Certified Safety & Health Official Certificate Request Form – General Industry and get started today!

 

IMPORTANT: As of November 1, 2017, all courses applied towards certificate program completion must have been taken within the previous 5 years (completion date must be within 5 years from the oldest class being applied to certificate completion). Please plan accordingly. Contact us if you have questions.

NOTE: The Safety Associate (SA) Certificate Program has been amended in order to keep with national standards. All applicants registering November 1, 2017 and following will be required to fulfill the amended criteria. All participants registered prior to November 1, 2017 should continue with the program as it was at the time of their registration.

 

Learn more about additional OSHA Training Center Professional Certificates:

SA
Safety Associate
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SSH
Specialists in Safety & Health
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PSSHF
Public Sector Safety and Health Fundamentals
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OSHA Training Institute Education Center
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