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SME to Host Health & Safety Certification Review Course

The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) is conducting a three-day Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) Review Course.

The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) will be conducting a three-day Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) Review Course September 17-19, 2020 at its headquarters in Denver, CO. 

This high-level review course will aid individuals in preparing for the CMSP Examinations which will be held at a later date. The CMSP Review Course will be available for an in-person event or virtual experience. The in-person course will have the appropriate social distancing and personal safety practices. SME will adhere to local government regulations and some instructors may present from a distance. 

The Review Course will cover the five primary domains of the CMSP Body of Knowledge, including:
• Fundamental Knowledge of Science & Engineering
• Leadership, Organization & Culture
• Safety, Health & Risk Management
• Management Systems, Regulations & Assurance
• Professional Skills, Conduct & Ethics

Both the review course and the examination are administered by the International Academy of Mine Safety & Health Professionals (IAMSH) of SME. The CMSP credential is the industry’s leading health and safety certification and indicates that the recipient has the experience and knowledge of both domestic and international safety and health practices. 

For examination dates and more information on the review course, visit www.smecmsp.org.

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