Salary Survey 2020
Safety + Health: November 2020 Article
The annual Safety+Health Salary Survey is different this year. That’s because we’ve partnered with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals to bring you more – and more accurate* – information about how you compare with your fellow EHS pros on compensation and benefits.
On behalf of S+H and BCSP, Readex Research selected a sample of 61,500 EHS pros from two lists of National Safety Council members and active BCSP certification holders. An email was sent on April 22, and 9,225 recipients responded for a 15% response rate.
Thanks to everyone who responded to the survey. Ready to see how your salary stacks up? Turn the page…
*As part of this year’s partnership with BCSP, the Safety+Health Salary Survey has been thoroughly updated and expanded. Because of changes to question wording and response options, this year’s salary survey results are not comparable to previous years’ results
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As a safety professional, I find this report very interesting. The typical safety professional (with certifications) is 47 years old and has been in the industry 15 years. Just 1 in 5 are female, which I think is too low, but hopefully we’ll see that grow over the years. What I find most interesting about this report is that 37% of EHS functions still fall under HR or Production. I don’t understand this…If Human Resources, Production, Purchasing, Sales, etc. are so important to a company that they create a department with managers, than shouldn’t safety?
Steve Polich, CSP
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