Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals
Coordinated through Professional Testing (PTI).
ARTBA Transportation Development Foundation
“To ensure the safety and well-being of construction workers, motorists, truck drivers, pedestrians and their families by making transportation project sites worldwide zero-incident zones.”
“The Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals” (SCTPP) program – identification of the target audience, core competencies to test, and the exam itself – was developed by leading executives and safety professionals in the transportation infrastructure industry. Thus, the SCTPP credential shows your employer and peers that you can identify common hazards found on transportation project sites and correct them to prevent safety incidents that could result in deaths or injuries. Earning the professional certification also provides you with a competitive edge in the work place because it demonstrates your command of internationally-recognized core competencies for safety awareness and risk management on transportation projects.
Before scheduling a SCTPP exam, you must meet the prerequisites, apply, pay the designated fee, and receive an authorization-to-test email from the ARTBA Certification Team. For more information, visit the ARTBA SCTPP Certification Website (http://www.artba.org/sctpp/).
You may also contact ARTBA at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Scheduling for a computer based exam
Your Authorization-to-Test email will tell you the date range you may take the exam. It is up to you to make an appointment to take the exam in that timeframe. Exam appointments may be made up to one business day in advance. Locations are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
To schedule by phone, contact customer service.
To schedule online, first-time test takers must create a Pearson VUE web account. Please note that account activation may require up to 24 hours. When creating your account and scheduling your exam, you will need your SCTPP candidate ID number from the Authorization-to-Test email sent to you upon completion of the application process.
After you schedule your test, Pearson VUE will send a confirmation letter listing your test date, your testing time, the address and phone number of the test center, and directions to the test center.
Obtain general information about computer-based testing and answers to FAQ, as well as practice taking a general exam using the computer.