Every three years, certificants must earn recertification points from activities outlined in the Recertification Guide. Examples of activities include:
Attending Conferences or Seminars
Publishing Books or Articles
IASHEP Online Quizzes
Safety Related Courses
You are responsible for keeping track of your activities and recertification points with supporting documentation.
Create a file to save all recertification materials
Retain original documentation supporting your claims for points
If you are audited, you will be asked to provide your documents
IASHEP'S Recertification cycle is three years, beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31. For those just achieving certification, the first cycle is longer than three years. Here are some key things to know:
Recertification cycle: January 1 through December 31 of the third year
IASHEP'S Certification Services Department can assist with any concern
IASHEP credential holders must show continued competence in the profession to maintain certification. Access the Recertification Handbook for explanation of recertificaiton in full detail.
Evaluate and certify and re-certify the competency of the International Association of Safety, Health and Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) qualified practitioners engaged in professional practice in their area of expertise.
The International Association of Safety, Health and Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) offers a broad selection of accredited professional certifications for Safety, Health and Environmental professionals worldwide.
IASHEP operates as an independent professional credentialing organization that is not affiliated with any other membership group, association, or lobbying body. IASHEP follows the American National Standards Institute - ANSI / IACET 1-2013 Standard for Continuing Education and Training.
IASHEP promotes quality in the field of continuing education and training. This includes both traditional and virtual learningexperiences. The purpose of quality education should be to improve human performance through knowledge, skills and attitudes. The IASHEP certification program is organized around research-based practices that have been proven effective in addressing identified individual, organizational and/or societal needs.