The NSC Advanced Safety Certificate program is a nationally recognized safety curriculum based on proven best practices. For individuals on a safety career path, this program provides a starting point, a clear roadmap and best-in-class educational experiences to meet many industry-leading certification requirements. The Southeastern Chapter National Safety Council offers every course you need to obtain your certification! 

Click the links below to learn more and register for 4-Day courses or 1-Day courses. For questions about Advanced Safety courses, contact Ellyn Learn at elearn@scnsc.org or call (800) 733-6185. 


Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene

Principles of Occupational Safety & Health

Safety Management Techniques

Safety Training Methods

Incident Investigation

Safety Inspections

Job Safety Analysis

Ergonomics


ASC Curriculum

The ASC Curriculum provides an in-depth look at the issues safety practitioners face every day and offers proven approaches and solutions. The core required course (POSH) provides a solid foundation of knowledge to meet all safety challenges, and the electives allow for a more in-depth review of specific safety topics. Through 12 training days and 7.8 CEUs, this popular safety certificate program will help you learn how to direct your organization's comprehensive safety plan with greater efficiency and success.

How to Earn the Advanced Safety Certificate

STEP 1 (required):

Complete the following required four-day course (2.6 CEUs):

STEP 2:

Select and complete* any combination of the four-day courses and one-day classes listed below for a total of 12 training days and 7.8 CEUs.

4-day courses – 2.6 CEUs/four days

1-day classes – 0.65 CEUs/one day

*All course requirements must be completed in a five-year period.

The ASC Program Helps You:

  • Learn techniques for a balanced approach to safety management, addressing administrative, technical and cultural elements
  • Develop problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Develop management skills to establish yourself as a problem solver and decision maker
  • Determine when, how and to whom you should delegate safety responsibilities
  • Set safety performance measures for employees and your organization
  • Get a head start on a management plan tailored to your organization's safety and health needs
  • Assess your organization's safety training needs
  • Design a custom safety training program for your organization, and deliver performance-based training