Our personal development program certifies people and gives them a Knowledge, Role or Field Certificate in the field of risk, reliability and functional safety. These certifications come with a Certification Title. These Certification Titles have been carefully selected to reflect truly what the certification represents. We offer the people the following Certification Titles:
- Certified Operator;
- Certified Technician;
- Certified Specialist;
- Certified Professional;
- Certified Expert;
- Certified Master.
Operators work in the control room of a plant or factory. The operator operators the equipment that makes the plant or factory produce products. As such they also deal with the operation of the safety systems.
Technicians work in the “field” of a plant or factory, i.e., they maintain, repair and test equipment including equipment related to safety systems.
A specialist is a person who specialises in a particular field of study. At Risknowlogy we use the word Specialist for those people that are not Operators nor Technicians but that are involved in the design and improvement of the plant or factory.
The word Professional is defined as a person who gets paid for work. At Risknowlogy we use the word Professional for anybody who works in a particular role at a plant or factory.
The word Expert is defined as a person who as special knowledge or skills gained from experience. At Risknowlogy we use the word Expert for a person with more experience than a Professional.
The word Master is defined as a person who has very great knowledge or skills gained from experience. At Risknowlogy we use the word Expert for a person with more experience than an Expert.