Mark Alvarez's Unwavering Commitment to the Safety of Others
March 30, 2023 12:00 am Back to All News
The construction industry is one of the most dangerous industries, with numerous hazards that pose a significant risk to workers' safety and health. Therefore, it is crucial to have qualified safety managers who can ensure that construction sites are safe and compliant with regulations. The Certified Safety Manager – Construction (CSMC) certification offered by the National Association of Safety Professionals (NASP) is a recognized standard for safety professionals working in the construction industry.
The CSMC certification is designed to provide safety professionals with the knowledge and skills to manage safety programs in construction settings effectively. The accreditation covers hazard recognition and analysis, OSHA compliance, accident investigation, risk management, and safety program management. The program is also designed to help professionals develop leadership and communication skills, as well as the ability to train and educate employees on safety procedures effectively.
To earn the CSMC certification, candidates must meet specific eligibility requirements, including having at least five years of safety management experience, completing an approved safety management course, and passing a comprehensive exam. The exam covers all construction safety management aspects and includes multiple-choice and essay questions.
White Construction is proud to announce our very own Mark Alvarez recently received his CSMC certification! Mark's hard work and expertise in his field are examples of his Leadership and unwavering commitment to the Safety of everyone! This prestigious certification validates Mark's commitment to his craft and expertise.
Mark will maintain his CSMC certification through continuing education and professional development. His up-to-date knowledge of the latest safety regulations, industry trends, and best practices will be shared across White Construction to ensure all on-site workers and teams are as safe as possible.
In addition to Mark's notable certification, he was recently awarded Best in Class Safety by BCS.