Certified Professional Environmental Auditor (CPEA)
The CPEA credential demonstrates one’s understanding of today’s ever-changing environmental, health and safety regulations. A CPEA has a specific level of competency, commitment, and ability in environmental, health, and safety auditing. To obtain the credential, the professional must demonstrate exceptional knowledge, integrity, skill, and understanding of the auditing process. To become certified, environmental auditors must demonstrate a minimum number of years of auditing experience, hold a college degree, and obtain a passing grade on an examination. The CPEA designation is fully accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB). The CPEA credential requires a minimum number of continuing education units per year.
Certified Sustainability Practitioner (CSR-P)
The CSR-P credential demonstrates one’s ability to represent various perspectives of corporate social responsibility and sustainable development while focusing on the most advanced methodologies on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Strategy and Reporting, Stakeholder Engagement, and “Green” Marketing. The CSR-P designation is accredited by IEMA (Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment). To obtain the certification, a Sustainability professional must attend an advanced certified education course on Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility and develop a meaningful two-year sustainability plan. A CSR-P is qualified with the latest knowledge in the field, and can maximize a company’s impact on social, financial, and environmental aspects. This certification requires annual continuing education.
Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM)
The CHMM credential is a professional certification for hazardous materials and dangerous goods professionals, requiring a minimum number of years of experience, a college degree, and obtaining a passing grade on an examination. The credential validates professional achievements and recognizes one’s commitment to public safety and the environment. The Institute of Hazardous Materials Management offers this accredited credential that recognizes professional expertise and the significant impact made on public health and safety, the environment, the community, and the country. The CHMM credential requires a minimum number of continuing education units per year.