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Drive With Your Hazards On

The Certified Process Safety Auditor® (CPSA®) credential demonstrates understanding of important Process Safety elements and regulations for all industries with processes that involve chemicals and explosive materials.

Earning the CPSA credential can:

  • Validate proficiency in safety issues and challenges.
  • Demonstrate ability to review and assess elements of process safety.
  • Prove ability to handle hazard analysis.
  • Showcase skill to transport or distribute hazardous products.
  • Endorse mechanical integrity.
  • Increase your earning potential by up to 51 percent.*

 

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Did You Miss the CPE Deadline? Next Steps

CPE ReportingIf you did not report your 2020 CPE credit hours by Dec. 31 as required to maintain your IIA certification, your certification status may now be in a grace period or expired. Take a moment to report your 2020 CPE as soon as possible so that your certification may once again be active.

Learn more about CPE requirements and reinstating your certification.

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Nausheen AhmedAs an internal auditor with a top provider of health, beauty, and wellness consumer goods in Bangladesh, earning the CIA has empowered Nausheen Ahmed to confidently handle difficult auditees more strategically.

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*According to The IIA’s 2017 Internal Audit Compensation Study, the average salary of internal auditors who hold one or more certifications is 51 percent higher than that of peers with no certifications (based on U.S. responses).