Registered Safety Officer®
The Registered Safety Officer® (RSO) is knowledgeable of the fundamentals of occupational health and safety. The RSO is generally responsible for the day-to-day activities of managing a company’s heath and safety program (this is an entry-level certification)
Topics covered on the examination:
Hazard Recognition and Control Measures
Fire and Life Safety
Office and Fleet Safety
Compressed Gas Cylinders
Hazardous Materials / Waste
Registered Safety Officer® certification examination consist of 100 multiple-choice questions, passing score 80%
Prerequisite: OSHA 30-hour (Construction or General Industry) or NEBOSH International General Certificate or Completion of a Safety Officer approved program.
Maintenance of the RSO certification requires 16 continuing education units every two years and nominal fee.