The National Health and Safety Administrator (NHSA™) program provides formal, entry-level training to individuals who are active in the administration of their company’s health and safety program, but do not currently possess the minimum of three years’ construction field experience that is required to achieve the NCSO™ designation.
The NHSA™ designation indicates to employers that the participant has practical and theoretical knowledge in various health and safety management skills and principles.
An NHSA™ provides valuable assistance to employers and their NCSO™(s) in the administration and implementation of the company’s health and safety program. The NHSA™ designation is the first step toward a becoming a leader in the construction safety field!
To learn more about the requirements to achieving the NHSA™, take a look at our terms of participation document. To get started, follow the steps below.