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IOSH Chartered membership for Certified
Safety Professionals and Canadian Registered
Safety Professionals

If you’re a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or When you join us, you’ll get immediate access to a wide
range of benefits and services, including:
Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), - free technical information
you’ve already proven that you’ve got high level - a free health and safety helpline
- free monthly issues of Safety and Health Practitioner, the
credentials in health and safety and that you’re UK’s leading digital magazine for the health and safety
passionate about keeping people safe and well industry (UK residents also receive hard copies by post)
- the latest tailored news, views and event information
in their places of work. CSPs and CRSPs can also delivered direct to your desktop via our e-bulletins
become Chartered Members of IOSH, the world’s Connect and Connect Diary
- a cutting-edge Continuing Professional Development
largest body for health and safety professionals. (CPD) programme
- professional development courses at discounted rates
As the only organisation that offers Chartered membership
- free or low cost events every year
to health and safety practitioners, we can help you achieve
- online forums for professional issues, careers and study
the highest professional standards. Chartered Members of
IOSH enjoy worldwide recognition from their peers and
- formal networks – active branches and sector-specific
increased employability.

Chartered membership of IOSH represents the highest

standards in health and safety. It’s the mark of a credible,
competent safety professional, and offers you unique ‘best in
class’ status.

If you’re interested in becoming a Chartered Member of

IOSH, get in touch with the Membership team on
+44 (0)116 257 3198 or email us at

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As a CSP or CRSP, you have the choice of two different ways If you want to know more about Chartered membership,
of progressing to Chartered membership.d email or go to
Option 1
If you want access to the benefits of IOSH membership Find out about our fees at
straight away, you can initially join as an Affiliate Member.
Once we approve your application, you’ll be transferred to
Graduate membership. You can then use the letters ‘Grad
IOSH’ after your name. Next, we’ll invite you to complete an
open assessment. Once you’ve successfully completed the
assessment, you’ll become a Chartered Member. You’ll then
be able to use ‘CMIOSH’ after your name and describe
yourself as a ‘Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner’.

Option 2
If you’d prefer to complete the open assessment first, you
can register by mailing us at
Once you’ve successfully completed the assessment, we’ll
invite you to apply for membership. Again, you’ll join initially
as an Affiliate. Once we approve your application, we’ll grant
you Chartered status.

Whatever path you choose, you’ll need to send us a copy of

your CSP/CRSP designation document and proof that you’re
currently meeting your continuance of maintenance or
certification requirements.

You can use the same activities that you record for your
CSP/CRSP re-certification as evidence to contribute to your
IOSH CPD record, so you won’t need to do any extra work.
Simply register on the MyIOSH portal at
and keep your development up to date on our online system.
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IOSH IOSH is the Chartered body for health and safety
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UK connect our members with resources, guidance,
events and training. We’re the voice of the
t +44 (0)116 257 3100 profession, and campaign on issues that affect
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IOSH was founded in 1945 and is a registered
charity with international NGO status.

IOSH Services Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary
of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
Registered in England and Wales (01816826).
Registered office: as above.

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health

Founded 1945
Incorporated by Royal Charter 2003
Registered charity 1096790

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