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Phone: (603) 228-1401

(800) 834-6472

Maine

405 Western Ave., #317

South Portland, ME 04106

Phone: (207) 854-8441

(888) 396-2047

Fax: (603) 230-9795

Fax: (207) 222-0105

Advanced Safety Certificate

Develop Exceptional Safety Practitioners

Think critically about safety hazards in your workplace and solve problems before they become safety incidents. Our Advanced Safety Certificate program is a nationally recognized safety curriculum based on proven best practices.

Become a Safety Leader

The ASC program builds upon knowledge of compliance requirements to further your safety education. It also sharpens your leadership skills to drive fundamental safety change throughout your organization.

Network With Peers

Think critically about safety hazards in your workplace and solve problems before they become safety incidents. Our Advanced Safety Certificate program is a nationally recognized safety curriculum based on proven best practices.

Network With Peers

The ASC curriculum provides an in-depth look at the issues safety practitioners face every day and offers proven approaches and solutions. Through 12 training days and 7.8 CEUs, this popular safety certificate program will help you direct your organization's comprehensive safety plan with greater efficiency and success. Courses include:

Principals of Occupational Safety & Health

Principles of Occupational Safety and Health (POSH) is a required course in the ASC curriculum. POSH lays the foundation for all other coursework. This four-day course covers important safety concepts, terminology and best practices for implementing and managing a safety program. Learn more.

Electives

To complete your certificate, you may select from any of the 1-day or 4-day courses to total 78 hours, or 12 days of courses.

*All Courses must be completed in a 5 year period