Begin at any time and set the course schedule that is right for you. A fundamental requirement of any management system is the establishment of means to adequately prevent losses to the organizations resources. In most jurisdictions, a primary focus of any safety program is compliance with regulatory standards. This is typically an ineffective approach to reducing workplace losses. The field of health and safety has matured, and offers a variety of approaches to accomplishing this prevention goal. CHSE 0701 Approaches to Safety CHSE 0702 OSHE Program Components CHSE 0703 Hazard Recognition and Assessment CHSE 0704 Hazard Control CHSE 0705 OSHE Policy Development CHSE 0706 Implementing OSHE Programs CHSE 0707 Typical OSHE Programs CHSE 0708 Issues in Safety Management The certificate program is recognized for eligibility by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). This course may be eligible for BCRSP Continuing Maintenance Points (CMPs).