Competencies
Certified Safety Professional
The CSP credential is the mark of the safety professional. Like the Professional Engineer designation for engineers or the Certified Public Accountant designation for accountants, the CSP certification marks individuals who have met educational and experience standards and passed rigorous examinations validated against the practice of hundreds of safety professionals.

Information about the CSP certification can be found on The Board of Certified Safety Professionals' website, located here.
 
Certified Business Continuity Lead Auditor
DRII certification is well respected and recognized world-wide. Our certification is quickly becoming the “standard of excellence” in business continuity management. Our certifications acknowledge an individual’s effort to achieve a professional level of competence in the industry

Certified Business Continuity certifications are issued through DRI International.
Certified Emergency Manager
The CEM® is for professionals with comprehensive emergency management responsibility. These practitioners integrate all actors in all phases of emergency activity for all types of disasters. The “comprehensive” aspect of Comprehensive Emergency Management includes all four phases of disaster activity: mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery for all risks—attack, man-made, and natural—in a federal-state-local operating partnership.

To learn more about the CEM certification, visit the IAEM website.
 
Certified Performance Technologist
The Certified Performance Technologist credential is awarded by the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) to experienced practitioners in the field of organizational performance improvement whose work meets both performance-based Standards of Performance Technology and application requirements developed by ISPI.

To read about the CPT certification and certification process, visit the ISPI Certification page.