Survey – What Roles and Responsibilities Should A Certified Road Safety Professional Have? Have Your Say!

March 9, 2018   |   Categories: CARSP News, News

TPCB Road Safety Professional Certification Validation Survey

CARSP is participating on a steering committee of subject-matter experts from Canada and the USA, which is working with the Transportation Professional Certification Board (TPCB) to create a Road Safety Professional Certification.  This certification’s goal is to ensure that those charged with protecting the lives of the traveling public can demonstrate the requisite knowledge of road safety and to serve as a catalyst for greater attention to road safety in university curriculum and through continuing education.

The RSP certification will have two levels: Level 1 is aimed at a broad audience of transportation professionals from the engineering, motor vehicle, behavioral, law enforcement, and emergency response communities. The goal is to ensure these individuals have foundational knowledge of all of road safety’s multidisciplinary dimensions. Level 2 certification is directed at transportation professionals whose primary focus is in the practice of road safety. The initial RSP Level 1 exam is anticipated to be given in October 2018, with the Level 2 exam available in 2019.

At this time, CARSP is requesting the participation of its members in a survey designed to gather feedback from road safety professionals about the roles and responsibilities of road safety professionals.

Your participation will:

  • Define the job tasks performed by road safety professionals.
  • Define the examination blueprints for the road safety professional examination.

Your participation is vital to the success of this project.  We thank you for being a part of this important project!

Please complete this survey by March 26, 2018.

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