The World Safety Organization (WSO) is a Consultative Status Category II (Non-Governmental Organization-NGO) to Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that provides membership, certification programs, awards and other technical supports to its members. The National Office for Saudi Arabia under the sponsorship of "The Academy of Sciences Company", offers a broad selection of professional training that conforms to ANSI Z490.1-2016 and well recognized certifications for environmental and Occupational Safety and Health professionals worldwide. The prerequisite for obtaining any of the WSO Professional Certifications is a current Affiliate membership with the WSO.
The WSO Certification Program has been evaluated, audited to, and deemed in compliance with the ISO/IEC 17024 Standard and gained accreditation from ICAC. Now, the certifications program has become more meaningful and valuable in the workplace. The list of WSO Certified Professionals are listed in "2019 WSO Consultants".
The International Certification Accreditation Council (ICAC), is an alliance of organizations dedicated to assuring competency, professional management, and service to the public by encouraging and setting standards for licensing, certification, and credentialing programs.
Disclaimer: The training materials used in every courses of WSO National Office for KSA is for education purposes only to inform the reader of occupational safety and health best practices and general compliance requirement and is not a substitute for provisions of the OSH Act of 1970 or any governmental regulatory agency of USA . WSO National Office for KSA (WSO KSA) is a branch of WSO World Management Center, USA, and operating in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the sponsorship of "The Academy of Sciences for Medical Education, Riyadh. WSO KSA is also not connected or affiliated with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)..
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