National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO®)

NCSO® Certification demonstrates that a person’s skill level, education, and work effort has met the requirements of a national standard. In addition to meeting a national standard. An NCSO® who receives their certification through IHSA, is qualified to serve as a COR® Internal Auditor and Construction Health & Safety Representative. These dual qualifications will make them more marketable to potential employers.

For questions and comments regarding NCSO®, please send an email to the NCSO Administrator.

 
National Health and Safety Administrator (NHSA™)

The National Health and Safety Administrator (NHSA) certificate provides formal, entry-level training to individuals who are active in the administration of their company’s health and safety program but do not currently possess a minimum of three years of construction safety-related field experience in the last ten years. The NHSA certification meets the national standard requirements and verifies that a person has met the training, practical application, and written performance measurements set out by the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA). Many employers view NHSAs as a valuable resource who offers administrative support to both the company and its NCSO® in implementing and maintaining the company's health and safety management system.

 
 
 
 

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