IASHEP MEMBERSHIP FORM & ANNUAL RECERTIFICATION FORMS

IASHEP Annual Membership Form  Recertification Form

CERTIFIED SAFETY, HEALTH u0026amp; ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN

Do you have three (3) or more years of safety, health or environmental experience?  Then you may apply for the Certified Safety, Health u0026amp; Environmental Technician (CSHET) professional certification without having to take the formal course.  Join IASHEP and submit your resume or other supporting documents and all you need to do then is take the IASHEP examination.

Occupational safety, health and environmental technicians typically collect data on the issues of safety, health and / or environmental conditions of the workplace. Technicians work with occupational safety, health and environmental specialists in conducting tests and measuring hazards to help prevent harm to workers, property, the environment, and the general public. The safety, health and or environmental technician specializes in a specific area in the safety, health or the environmental profession. 

The concentration must be in a definite area such as occupational safety u0026amp; health, machine safeguarding, general industry, construction safety, fall prevention, fire safety, transportation safety, nuclear safety, hazardous materials, product safety, health care safety, electrical safety, oil well drilling and well servicing, mining u0026amp; tunneling safety, ladder safety etc. He/she must be able to perform both the technical and management work of safety in his/her respective field in order to secure the most effective results through and with other people. He/she performs all of the technical and management work required of the safety position. 

Requirements: To take the IASHEP Technician level examination requires either an Associates level degree with 1 year of direct experience or anyone in a supervisory, lead, or worker role with 3 or more years of direct documented work experience. Note: Official College Transcripts from the degree granting institution must be sealed when received by IASHEP. Electronic transcripts are acceptable.
Degrees granted by institutions outside of the United States or Canada must be evaluated for U.S. equivalency by NACES® member organization. http://www.naces.org/ Degrees earned outside the U.S. must be evaluated for equivalency. Unaccredited degrees are disqualified. The degree must be awarded during the period of accreditation.  For more information, please contact Mr. John Podojil at johnpodojil@iashep.org
 
CERTIFIED SAFETY, HEALTH u0026amp; ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN

Do you have three (3) or more years of safety, health or environmental experience?  Then you may apply for the Certified Safety, Health u0026amp; Environmental Technician (CSHET) professional certification without having to take the formal course.  Join IASHEP and submit your resume or other supporting documents and all you need to do then is take the IASHEP examination.

Occupational safety, health and environmental technicians typically collect data on the issues of safety, health and / or environmental conditions of the workplace. Technicians work with occupational safety, health and environmental specialists in conducting tests and measuring hazards to help prevent harm to workers, property, the environment, and the general public. The safety, health and or environmental technician specializes in a specific area in the safety, health or the environmental profession. 

The concentration must be in a definite area such as occupational safety u0026amp; health, machine safeguarding, general industry, construction safety, fall prevention, fire safety, transportation safety, nuclear safety, hazardous materials, product safety, health care safety, electrical safety, oil well drilling and well servicing, mining u0026amp; tunneling safety, ladder safety etc. He/she must be able to perform both the technical and management work of safety in his/her respective field in order to secure the most effective results through and with other people. He/she performs all of the technical and management work required of the safety position. 

Requirements: To take the IASHEP Technician level examination requires either an Associates level degree with 1 year of direct experience or anyone in a supervisory, lead, or worker role with 3 or more years of direct documented work experience. Note: Official College Transcripts from the degree granting institution must be sealed when received by IASHEP. Electronic transcripts are acceptable.
Degrees granted by institutions outside of the United States or Canada must be evaluated for U.S. equivalency by NACES® member organization. http://www.naces.org/ Degrees earned outside the U.S. must be evaluated for equivalency. Unaccredited degrees are disqualified. The degree must be awarded during the period of accreditation.  For more information, please contact Mr. John Podojil at johnpodojil@iashep.org