132-Hour OSH Professional Program

132-Hour OSH Professional Program

This program is recognized by the Institute of Safety and HealthManagement

– USA (ISHM -USA) as an approved certificate program for those applying for certification as

an Associate Safety Health Manager (ASHM).

After you complete 25 courses,you will get 25 course certificates (One certificate for each topic),

the 132OSH Professional Program Certificate, the other six program certificates

(OSHManager Certificate 48 Hours) – (OSH Specialist Certificate – 40 Hours) – (OSHSupervisor certificate 36 Hours) –

(OSH Train- the – Trainer Certificate – 36Hours) – (OSH Committee Leader Certificate – 36 Hours) –

(OSH Committee MemberCertificate – 32 Hours) , six wallet cards,

"Safety Passport" walletcard with training record, and student transcript

Training Plan

To qualify for this program certificate, you must complete all courses listed below.

Required Courses: 25


700 Introduction to Safety

Management;6 Hrs


712 Safety Supervision and

Leadership 6 Hrs


701 Effective Safety Committee

Operations 6 Hrs


713 Confined Space Program 7 Hrs


702 Effective Accident Investigation 6 Hrs


714 Fall Protection Program 7 Hrs


703 Introduction to OSH Training 6 Hrs


715 Electrical Safety Basics 7 Hrs


704 Hazard Analysis and Control 5 Hrs


716 Safety Management System Evaluation 3 Hrs


705 Hazard Communication Program 5 Hrs


717 Emergency Action Plans 4 Hrs


706 Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis 6 Hrs


718 Fire Prevention Plans 6 Hrs


707 Effective Safety Committee Meetings 5 Hr


719 FleetSafety Management 5 Hrs


708 OSHA 300 Recordkeeping 5 Hrs


720 Preventing Workplace Violence 6Hrs


709Personal Protective Equipment 5 Hrs


721 Developing OSH Training 4 Hrs


710 Energy Control Program -LOTO 6 Hrs


722 Ergonomics Program Management 6 Hrs


711 Introduction to Ergonomics 4 Hrs


723 Conducting OSH Training 5 Hr


755 Bloodborne Pathogens 2 Hrs

Why you need this training

Because so many students asked for this option, we're now including this "best of the best" certificate offer.

You must complete all 25 courses to qualify for this program option. This option is also best for students who want to get maximum credit when applying for admission to colleges and universities.

It is also best when preparing to test for Certified Safety Professional, Certified Safety

Health Manager, Certified Environmental Safety & Health Trainer , and other professional


When submitting this coursework for college credit, the program may qualify you for up to

13.2 continuing education credits (CEU).

The ASHM designation recognizes safety and health management professionals who are ready to apply a broad range of safety and health management tools.

The designation is a building block toward the Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) certification.

There are several combinations of education and experience that can qualify a person for this value added designation.

Associate Safety and Health Manager (ASHM) designation recognizes individuals who possess some combination of formal training and experience that prepares them for safety

and health management responsibilities.

The ASHM serves to let potential and current employers know that these individuals have been formally educated to address workplace safety and health issues or are ready to step into entry level positions in safety management.

The ASHM designation is an important stepping stone to the accredited Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) certification.

Individuals who receive the ASHM designation have a period of six years to pass the CSHM examination.

The ASHM designation will permanently expire six years after the date of issue or when replaced by the CSHM designation.

Those holding an ASHM designation are responsible for annual renewal fees as approved by the ISHM Board of Directors.

Because it is totally focused on the management aspect of Safety the CSHM is rapidly becoming the Certification of Choice for Safety Managers.

Through its certification program, the Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) promotes the advancement of safety management through the application of management principles and the integration of safety into all levels and activities of an organization. The CSHM program recognizes the safety and health professionals who demonstrate knowledge

of health and safety management skills and techniques through examination and experience. As a CSHM you will see opportunities opening - both in the form of exciting positions and expanding personal career development as a management professional. Human resource managers are looking for the best, but often depend upon certification to ascertain the most competent for a position that management often does not fully understand.

The CSHM will help you to strengthen your future career choices and give yourself a competitive edge.

In addition to technical knowledge of occupational safety and health, a successful safety and health manager must possess working knowledge of a broad range of business and financial principles and an understanding of related issues such as hazard analyses, accident investigations, safety audits and surveys, workers' compensation, product safety, environmental laws, quality, and labor relations. The Certified Safety and Health Manager program is designed to provide recognition of those who can apply a broad range of safety and health management tools.

Candidates must achieve a passing grade on the CSHM Examination (determined by a cut score analysis, to be awarded CSHM certification by the Institute.

The examination is based on one hundred and fifty (150) multiple choice questions

measuring the applicant's knowledge in the following subject areas based on a Role

Delineation Survey :

1. General and Business Management (20% of test/30 questions/20%)

2. Management Methods and Systems(38% of test/57 questions)

3. Safety, Health, and Environment Applications (11% of test/17 questions)

4. Risk Identification, Management and Control (31% of test/46 questions)

Summary of Requirements:

A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree plus five qualifying years of work experience or

ASHM designation plus two years qualifying experience

Completion and approval of the application package and submission of fees

Passing the CSHM examination

Pay annual renewal fees and continue to meet annual renewal and recertification requirements

Certification maintenance involving following the Continuance of Certification (COC)

program requiring that 30 COC points must be accumulated over 5 years or by

retaking the examination.

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