PROFESSIONAL SAFETY DESIGNATION

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association

CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL SAFETY DESIGNATION

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) and its board have recognized the importance of industry-relevant training for safety practitioners.

The nature of the role requires a great deal of specialized knowledge and an understanding of road transportation operations.

The Association has committed to working in collaboration with the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) in service of recognizing the specialization and hard work of our province’s safety practitioners. Endorsing the:

CTSP is a specialized designation available to experienced safety practitioners in Canada’s road transportation industry. With a specialization in carrier compliance.

The designation recognizes knowledge specific to the national safety code and legislation. While evaluating competencies relating to:

    • carrier safety,
    • preventative maintenance program,
    • investigation,
    • leadership,
    • and more.

 

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Certified Transportation Safety Professional (CTSP)

Certified Transportation Safety Professional

Certified Transportation Safety Professional– CTSP

The Certified Transportation Safety Professional (CTSP) is a specialist-level designation that establishes the benchmark for the experience and knowledge required to become a CTSP.

This individual can develop and manage a carrier’s road transportation safety and compliance programs in part or in whole.

This individual will often, either directly or indirectly, supervise the day to day functions of others in the organization. This individual is often responsible for providing guidance and acting as a subject matter expert in the field of safety and compliance as it relates to the carrier’s daily operations.

All the courses identified will develop the candidate’s ability to demonstrate the seven required competencies.

Candidates will be required to complete 8 mandatory, 3 electives and 8 hours of seminar/ conference attendance to meet requirements and be eligible for sitting the CTSP Exam.

Certified Transportation Safety Professional Courses

Mandatory & Elective

CTSP MANDATORY COURSES

  • Legislation, Standards and Policies (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • NSC Program Administration (3 day)
    • 550.00 members
    • 750.00 non-member
  • NSC Program Management (3 day)
    • 550.00 members
    • 750.00 non-member
  • Health and Safety System Building (3 day)
    • 550.00 members
    • 750.00 non-member
  • Fundamentals of Auditing (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • Instructional Design and Delivery (3 day)
    • 550.00 members 750.00 non-member
  • Leadership in Transportation (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • Fundamentals of Investigation (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member

CTSP MANDATORY COURSES

ELECTIVE COURSES

  • Collision Investigation (3 day)
    • 550.00 members
    • 750.00 non-member
  • COR Auditor (2 days
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • PDIC Instructor – Re-certification (1 day)
    • 125.00 members
    • 250.00 non-member
  • PDIC Instructor (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • LCV Instructor Training (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • Workplace Investigation (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member
  • Managing Injuries in the Workplace (2 day)
    • 375.00 members
    • 525.00 non-member

Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator (CTSC)

Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator

Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator (CTSC)

The Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator (CTSC) is an entry-level designation, conferred upon safety and compliance coordinators that have met the minimum standards of experience and knowledge. This individual can assist in developing and managing a carrier’s road transportation safety and compliance programs in part or in whole. This individual will often responsible for providing guidance in the field of safety and compliance as it related to the carrier’s daily administrative operations.

Completion of the designation process confers the right to use the Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator title, and to place the CTSC initials after their name.

All the courses identified will develop the candidate’s ability to demonstrate the seven required competencies. Candidates will be required to complete 6 mandatory, 2 electives and 8 hours of seminar/ conference attendance to meet requirements and be eligible for sitting the CTSC Exam.

Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator

Mandatory & Elective

CTSC MANDATORY COURSES

  • Legislation, Standards and Policies (2 days)
    • 375.00 Member
    • 525.00 Non-Members
  • NSC Program Administration (3 days)
    • 550.00 Member
    • 750.00 Non-Members
  • Health and Safety System Building (3 days)
    • 550.00 Member
    • 750.00 Non-Members
  • Fundamentals of Auditing (2 days)
    • 375.00 Member
    • 525.00 Non-Members
  • Leadership in Transportation (2days)
    • 375.00 Member
    • 525.00 Non-Members
  • Fundamentals of Investigation (2days)
    • 375.00 Member
    • 525.00 Non-Members

CTSC ELECTIVE COURSES

  • Collision Investigation
  • NSC Program Auditing
  • COR Auditor (2 days)
    • 375.00 Member
    • 525.00 Non-Members
  • PDIC Instructor – Re-certification (1 day)
    • 300.00 Member
    • 400.00 Non-Members
  • Professional Driver Improvement Course Instructor – STA (1 day)
    • 300.00 Member
    • 400.00 Non-Members
  • Long Combination Vehicle Training Instructor Training (1day)
    • 300.00 Member
    • 400.00 Non-Members
  • Workplace Investigation (In Development)
  • Instructional Design and Delivery (3 days)
    • 550.00 Member
    • 750.00 Non-Members
  • NSC Program Management (3 days)
    • 550.00 Member
    • 750.00 Non-Members
  • Managing Injuries in the Workplace (2 days)
    • 375.00 Member
    • 525.00 Non-Members

CTSP Application Form

Once approved, you will receive an email confirmation

Section A

Section B

Please upload the following documents with this form.

  • Resume
  • Professional References
  • Letter of Experience
  • Certified Transportation Safety Coordinator
  • High School Diploma or jurisdictionally recognized equivalency (GED)
  • Post-Secondary level Certificate or Diploma

All documents must be submitted, or the application will be rejected.

The documents can be emailed separately to:
CTSP Program Manager
Saskatchewan Trucking Association
info@sasktrucking.com

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