Several professional organizations such as The American Society of Safety Engineers and the National Association of Safety Professionals offer certificate courses and instruction in safety management. For example, enrolling in safety management courses with The American Society of Safety Engineers requires a candidate to register online, over the telephone, via fax or by submitting an application, according to its website.
The National Association of Safety Professionals requires prospective candidates to apply through their employers' paid membership. Certification is awarded after payment of the course fee and the successful completion of an open-book test, states the National Association of Safety Professionals.
Some corporate training firms offer professional training in safety management to production, safety and maintenance professionals through online and trainer-supported courses. Enrollment for courses from DuPont Sustainable Solutions is by online registration through the company website. Other organizations offer free online professional certification courses in safety management that require enrollment through the organization's website, such as OSHAcademy, a subsidiary of the Geigle Safety Group, notes its website.
Some universities offer bachelor's and master's degrees in safety management. At Columbia Southern University, American and international candidates for these courses may enroll through the student admission process listed on the school website.