We completed our survey process for the 2016 Fall CSP Online Review course. 90 days after the course end date, we determined the participants who completed the course and asked them to participate in a short survey.
The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) recently announced the list of new CIH certificate holders for 2016.
236 examinees passed the CIH exam. Woo Hoo! Way to go!
You prepared for months, reviewed practice exam questions by the thousands, and you hope you’re prepared enough to take your ASP, CSP, CIH, or CHMM exam.
As Jack Nicholson knows, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. It can also make you a little crazy, but that’s a post for another day. At Bowen EHS, we believe the learning experience is meant to be enjoyed. How does Bowen make learning fun?
We thought you’d never ask!
Once upon a time, there was an EHS (Environmental, Health, and Safety) Professional named Goldilocks.
Goldilocks worked for a shipping company. She was a valued member of the management team, and she was well respected by her co-workers.
You received this week’s study question and it doesn’t look right. The solution says the correct answer is C, but the explanation clearly states B should be the correct answer.
Many state that the CIH certification is the most prestigious certification in the EH&S industry. You may or may not believe this statement.
The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) recently released their 2015 Application, Examination, and Certification Statistics report.
As of January 1, 2016, persons who hold either NEBOSH's (The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health) National or International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety may waive the Associate Safety Professional (ASP) examination and sit directly for the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) examination, if they meet all other requirements.
We frequently hear the question "what do I need to do become a CIH or a CSP or a CHMM?"
If you have asked this question, please continue reading. This post is for you.
This is an interesting question, especially around the career of occupational health and safety. I'm certain the meaning of a being a professional is as varied as the number of people that consider themselves professionals. However, there are probably a core set of values and ideas that resonate with the majority of professionals.