Matt Eisenmenger, AIEC safety instructor, recently completed the requirements to become a credentialed Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP). The CLCP credential serves as a benchmark of competency and commitment to safety in the industry.
The CLCP program is a series of four, one-week seminars designed to give attendees the knowledge and skills needed to successfully manage challenging safety and loss control issues. Subjects include environmental issues, disaster recovery, emergency procedures and workplace violence, to prepare attendees to take preventative measures and corrective action.
To complete the certification, attendees are also required to complete an individual project which is reviewed by a certification panel and attend a 30-hour OSHA compliance course.
Becoming a CLCP merits recognition by fellow safety professionals and the electrical industry as a whole.
Photo: Matt Eisenmenger (right) is presented the CLCP certificate by Jim Miles, AIEC manager of safety, training and loss control.