Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) Program

Successful mine safety and health professionals possess a wealth of professional knowledge and experience to effectively perform your duties and keep others safe. The Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) credential indicates to your peers and prospective employers that you have the experience, knowledge of domestic and international best practices, and dedication to elevating safety and health standards on the job.
 

Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) Exam

The content of the CMSP exam is based on the Body of Knowledge developed by the International Academy of Mine Safety & Health of SME (IAMSH of SME) and other industry subject matter experts. The exam covers both domestic and international best practices. View the CMSP website for the upcoming exam dates and locations.

   

Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) Review Course

Planning to pursue the Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP) credential, and looking for something to jump start your preparations? This 3-day in-person and virtual course is designed to provide a high-level review of the CMSP Body of Knowledge. View the CMSP website for the next review course opportunity. 

 

Top Reasons to Become a CMSP

  • Advance Your Career: Position yourself with a credential focused on your passion as a mine safety and health practitioner.
  • Enhance Your Knowledge: Make a commitment continuing education and continuous improvement.
  • Stand Out: Stand out as a leader among your peers.
  • Share Your Expertise: Help others and share best practices at events exclusively for health and safety practitioners.
  • Improve Mine Safety & Health: Raise the bar of professionalism by effectively performing your duties and continuing to improve mine safety and health standards.

Contact us if you have any questions about this program. 
CMSP@smenet.org
303.948.4200