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Construction is a high hazard industry that comprises a wide range of activities involving construction, alteration, and/or repair. Construction workers engage in many activities that may expose them to serious hazards, such as falling from rooftops, unguarded machinery, being struck by heavy construction equipment, electrocutions, silica dust, and asbestos.
The information, tools, and resources provided in these Construction Industry web pages are designed to assist those in the industry - whether worker or employer - to identify, reduce, and eliminate construction-related hazards
Manufacturing is the process of transforming materials or components into finished products that can be sold in the marketplace. Every physical product that you buy in a store or online is manufactured somewhere. The manufacturing industry is one of the largest sectors of the U.S. economy, employing more than 12 million workers.
Today, technology is causing the country’s economy to move towards offering services as opposed to producing goods. However, it is becoming clear to economists that a healthy manufacturing industry is one of the hallmark indicators of a healthy, thriving economy. And manufacturing intermingles with nearly every area of the economy.
The U.S. mining industry consists of the search for, extraction, beneficiation, and processing of naturally occurring solid minerals from the earth.
These mined minerals include coal, metals such as iron, copper, or zinc, and industrial minerals such as potash, limestone, and other crushed rocks. Oil and natural gas extraction (NAICS code 211) is not included in this industry.
Metals and other minerals are an essential source of raw materials for the U.S. building and chemical industries and are also a critical part of the production of everyday electronics and consumer products.
For example, over 65 different minerals are required to produce a modern computer. Furthermore, coal accounts for nearly 50% of electric power generated in the United States.
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), "the environmental industry consists of activities which produce goods and services to measure, prevent, limit and minimize or correct environmental damage to water, air and soil, as well as problems related to waste, noise, and eco-systems training.
Considered being the biggest sector in the world in terms of dollar value, the oil and gas sector is a global powerhouse using hundreds of thousands of workers worldwide and generating hundreds of billions of dollars globally each year. In regions which house the major NOCs, these oil and gas companies are so vital they often contribute a significant amount towards national GDP.
The healthcare industry (also called the medical industry or health economy) is an aggregation and integration of sectors within the economic system that provides goods and services to treat patients with curative, preventive, rehabilitative, and palliative care.
The International Association of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP is proud to say that we are accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
Any organization can host a learning event. But it takes true commitment to become an accredited provider of IACET Continuing Education Units (CEU).
The International Association of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP has provided that "True Commitment"
The IACET Accredited Provider (AP) status tells the world:
Every new job offering is looking for people who are qualified in safety & health compliance. IASHEP offers you a chance to be certified in this field.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) is pleased to announce that for a limited time our Board of Directors has extended to everyone a chance to "GRANDFATHER" our two new professional credentials. For $195.00, you can obtain either the Certified Construction Safety Health Compliance Officer (CCSHCO) or the Certified Safety Health Compliance Officer (CSHCO). IASHEP is in the process of registering them with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)
Currently, IASHEP will allow our members the opportunity to grandfather these professional credentials without taking the course or test as long as our members have three years of documented direct work-related experience where safety, health or environmental responsibilities are part of your job or if you have an associated arts (AA) degree or a bachelor's degree in the safety, health or environmental field you qualify for these professional credentials. You must submit a current resume at the time you submit your registration and pay your fees. The cost for grandfathering these credentials is one hundred & ninety-five dollars ($195.00) per professional credential.
Should you wish, you may apply for both professional credentials by paying $195.00 for each professional credential plus $100.00 for your IASHEP membership. You can download the registration form from the IASHEP website or contact Jack Podojil @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
IASHEP will offer this grandfathering opportunity until October 31, 2023. Once that time limit expires then the candidate must take the 40-hour course for $1295.00. IASHEP makes this offer even better, for those who sign up to become an IASHEP member and for the grandfathering the professional credentials, IASHEP will offer those who become or who are currently IASHEP members the chance to also take the courses online and at their own pace for free that is a potential savings of over $2100.00. All you need to do is download the course enrollment form from the IASHEP website and submit it to email@example.com and you will have three months to finish the course and you will be granted CEU’s to be added towards your recertification requirements.
“The world’s future rests with technical education instructors educating the future craftspeople and professionals of tomorrow.” Jack Podojil
Over forty years after OSHA was founded we have employees who do not understand the basics of safety. IASHEP was founded to provide the workforce with the knowledge to WORK SAFE. Every day the news has a story about a worker injured or killed on the job. We see workplace safety as our responsibility.
By offering courses to management, supervisors, and employees, we strive to improve the safety of the work environment. From onsite instruction, safety, health and environmental audits, to creating courses that are current and relevant; IASHEP is committed to sharing knowledge. Knowledge is power and our students will be empowered.
The IASHEP experience does not end at the conclusion of a course. Our instructors are available to support our students by email or phone and can provide resources to them. Our goal is that IASHEP’s students have the ability to research and utilize the classroom instruction and translate resources to the workplace.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) is dedicated to developing curriculum and instructing our students by teaching them the most up to date and technically advanced standards and information in the safety, health, and environmental field. It is our goal to be respected nationally for the quality of safety, health, and environmental professionals that we educate.
Our signature programs and our offering of recognized professional credentials will have a national and international reputation for providing educational courses that will enable our students to develop effective safety, health and environmental risk management programs providing guidance to management and workers.
Our ultimate goal is to help reduce the tragic loss of life and reduce accidents in the workplace.
Pros for obtaining a professional safety, health and / or environmental certification may include an increased salary and higher self-esteem for the individual; demonstrated knowledge.
Benefits of Certification
Outside of the hiring process, safety, health and environmental certifications for employees provide companies with consistency in training and work practices, increased confidence from customers, staff adherence to ethical standards, differentiation in marketing, and a standard for projects, promotions, salary increases and career road maps. Like an individual, the more certifications a company possesses, the better it looks on paper.
Why Should You Become An IASHEP Certified Professional? Here Are Just A Few Of The Reasons:
Potentially leads to performance awards and promotions
Increases your marketability and career opportunities
Provides focus for professional development
Confirms and validates professional skills to others in your field and to your employer and the public
Enhances networking opportunities with other IASHEP members
Conveys privileges such as using IASHEP Professional Credentials on letterhead
Affirms commitment to IASHEP code of ethics
Allows user to perform professional services and seal work products
Gives a personal sense of achievement
Professional credentials may transfer to leading colleges and universities.
Enhances confidence in the knowledge, skills and accomplishments of your professional employees
Increases your ability to bill professional and certified employees out at higher rates
Strengthens your technical proposals to customers
Demonstrates the depth of technical skills available to prospective customers and to the public
Reduces professional liability insurance costs.
To Clients and Customers
Assures confidence in the professional's services addressing a broad array of safety, health and environmental planning, analysis, education and documentation
Provides an assurance of engaging competent safety, health and environmental professionals
A professional credential provides a stronger defense in case of lawsuits
Serves as a source for qualified, practicing safety, health and environmental professionals.
The Future: The need for safety, health and environmental professionals to demonstrate our credentials is growing throughout the country and abroad. Many of the current college and university and other credential programs do not adequately cover the fields that many of us work in today.
With IASHEP, all of our certified courses and professional credentials allow our members to hit the ground running by learning real life skills for the various work environments in which they will be working.
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Where are training programs offered by the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP)?
All International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP programs and courses are available to be conducted worldwide, with the exception of those countries subject to sanction or embargo by the U.S. Government.
For additional information regarding countries subject to sanction or embargo, please visit the U.S. Department of the Treasury's The Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") of the US Department of the Treasury administers and enforces economic and trade sanctions based on US foreign policy and national security goals against targeted foreign countries and regimes, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers, those engaged in activities related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and other threats to the national security, foreign policy or economy of the United States.
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COVID-19 has turned into a global crisis, evolving at unprecedented speed and scale. It is creating a universal imperative for governments and organizations to take immediate action to protect their people. It is now the biggest global event—and challenge—of our lifetimes. As such, it is changing human attitudes and behaviors today and forcing organizations to respond. However, the need to respond won’t end when the virus’s immediate threat eventually recedes.
The health and safety of our clients, members, associates and friends of the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) are on the top of our minds amid concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The uncertainty around the pandemic has many people with immune system challenges concerned about exposure to the virus. IASHEP is committed to ensuring everyone’s safety and health by making it easy and accessible for our community to get their professional education and questions answered and ensuring your professional documents are in place. We strive to meet CDC guidelines and have taken the following precautionary steps and we assure you that our procedures are in place to continue to operate safely and effectively during this time:
AT OUR OFFICE
If IASHEP is conducting an educational session at your worksite location, whatever precautions your team may be taking in response to COVID-19, IASHEP is ready to help. Depending on the regulations in your state or country, we are able to train in your classroom locations, various conference centers, our learning partners classrooms or use our online learning management system or broadcast a live class to your computer. All of these solutions are available to our global clients.
Moving forward, IASHEP's priority is to ensure that IASHEP continues to be in the best position to provide the professional safety, health & environmental training and certification you need. Our action plan follows 3 guiding principles:
1. Keep our promise to you, our customers, and keep our team of employees and expert contractors safe
2. Continue to serve CHC Training customers with the highest standards
3. Do our part to slow the community spread of the virus
Following guidance from the CDC and World Health Organization, we are implementing or reiterating policies to limit the spread of the virus and ensure business continuity, including:
Enhanced hygiene protocols and deep cleanings of training facility classrooms, bathrooms, and common areasFlexible work shifts to encourage a healthy workplaceThe use of masks while in common areas of the workplace and training centerTraining tables will be limited to 1 student to aid in creating a minimum 6' social barrier. Class sizes will also be limited
We are confident that as the national and international picture changes, these initiatives will ensure that our capacity remains ahead of continuing certification and training demand. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) or anyone on the IASHEP team if you have any questions. Our teams email addresses are located on the contact us portion of this website.