Registered Safety Auditor


It is legal responsibility for a company to have developed its health and safety policy and arrangements. Many companies who are taken to progress beyond legal compliance and improve the way their and safety system are now turning to Safety Auditor as their method of choice and as a mean of demonstrating the system credibility to existing and potential customers and other interested parties
Occupational Safety and Health American Council (OSHAC) develop this RSA program for individuals and employers who want to get the most out of their safety auditor. If you aspire to excel in your career, are passionate about the field, and want to develop the skills needed to effectively manage safety in your workplace, this program will help you get there.


Whether you are trying to break into the safety field, or get promoted, this program is the best way to reach these goals. When you complete this program and purchase certificates, you will be able to:

  • Improved corporate image and credibility among stake holders, regulators, customers, ?prospective clients and the public
  • Adoption of international best practice in relation to risk management
  • Ensures health and well-being of employees, sub-contractors and the public
  • Minimization of liability of employers through adoption of proactive rather than reactive controls
  • Ensures legislative awareness and compliance
  • Reduces accident and incident rates by reducing and elimination workplace hazards
  • Improves the incident investigation process
  • Increases employee motivation through the provision of a safer workplace and participation process

Intended Audience

OSHAC designed this program for safety officer, safety supervisors, safety consultants, and safety auditor within an organization who operate in a OHS field. Any individual who has a fiscal, legal, and moral responsibility to ensure the health and safety of employees at a worksite should complete this program.
This course satisfies the training requirements for those people who have been looking to enhance their auditing knowledge and skills, those looking to achieve formal recognition for the skills and knowledge that they posses

What is the right career path for you?

There are several safety positions with different levels of responsibility in an Occupational Safety and Health career path. Each advancing level typically requires higher levels of experience, education, and knowledge and skills in leadership, business practices, safety and health, and communication and information technology.
OSHAC wants to help our students who want to learn about these career opportunities..

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