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Transitional Safety Practitioner

As a Transitional Safety Practitioner (TSP), individuals have the opportunity to advance their career in the field of occupational health and safety through a program that meets BCSP Qualified Equivalent Program (QEP) standards. The TSP designation serves as an alternate path to the prestigious Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification, offering numerous benefits and recognition along the way.

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Benefits of Becoming a TSP

There are several advantages to pursuing the TSP designation, including:

Meeting CSP Eligibility Requirement: One of the primary benefits of becoming a TSP is that it fulfills the CSP eligibility requirement of holding a BCSP qualified credential. This eliminates the need to sit for and pass the Associate Safety Professional (ASP) examination, streamlining the certification process.

Recognition and Path to CSP Certification: By becoming a TSP, individuals receive recognition for being on the path toward achieving the CSP certification. This designation signifies a commitment to professional safety practice and demonstrates a high level of preparation in the field.

TSP Wall Certificate: Upon completing the TSP program, individuals receive a TSP wall certificate, acknowledging their accomplishment and dedication to advancing their career in occupational health and safety.

Inclusion in BCSP Credential Holder Directory: TSPs have the opportunity to have their names and digital badges featured in the BCSP Credential Holder Directory, showcasing their credentials and expertise to potential employers and colleagues.

Access to BCSP Career Center: TSPs can utilize the BCSP Career Center ( to post their resumes and explore career opportunities in the occupational health and safety field. This platform provides a valuable resource for connecting with potential employers and advancing one’s career.

ESC’s IDHSE and Qualifi Level 7 International Diploma in OHSM: Achieving TSP Status

ESC’s International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management (IDHSE) and Qualifi Level 7 International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management have been recognized by BCSP and granted TSP status. This signifies that these programs meet the rigorous QEP standards set forth by BCSP, providing individuals with a pathway to becoming a TSP and ultimately a CSP.

The IDHSE and Qualifi Level 7 International Diploma programs offer comprehensive training in occupational health and safety, equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the field. By completing these programs and earning TSP status, individuals can position themselves for success in their careers and enhance their professional credentials.

Take the Next Step in Your Career as a TSP

Becoming a Transitional Safety Practitioner (TSP) is a valuable step towards achieving the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification and advancing your career in occupational health and safety. By completing a program that meets BCSP QEP standards, such as ESC’s IDHSE and Qualifi Level 7 International Diploma, you can benefit from the recognition, opportunities, and resources that come with the TSP designation.

If you are looking to enhance your expertise in occupational health and safety and pursue professional certification, consider becoming a TSP today. Take the next step in your career and unlock new opportunities in the dynamic field of occupational health and safety.

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