The NHSA Program

The National Health and Safety Administrator™ (NHSA™) program provides formal training for an administrator of a health and safety program. The NHSA™ designation meets the national standard requirements and verifies that a person has met the training, practical application, and written performance measures set out by the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA). Individuals who achieve the designation have demonstrated their knowledge of health and safety management skills and principles and are a valuable resource who can offer administrative support to an organization in implementing and maintaining their health and safety management system.

Individuals who participate in the program will develop the skills to:

  • Assist management in the administration, implementation and maintenance of a company’s health and safety system;

  • Review and identify various health and safety issues specific to the work site and company operations;

  • Communicate effectively with Government, Occupational Health and Safety Officers, management, and workers on the job.

  • Assist with the facilitation of an Early and Safe Return to Work (ESTRW) Programs and development of Return to Work Plans.

Funding Opportunity – Learn More

NHSA™ Overview & Application

NHSA™ Application
NHSA™ Program Guide