ISPON membership

ISPON membership is very important for all health and safety  professionals practicing in Nigeria or aspiring to practice in Nigeria. ISPON means – Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria

ISPON is no doubt one of the most recognized health and safety professional body in Nigeria. The organization has established itself as a front liner in the health and safety profession.

ISPON membership has been highlighted as a requirement for consideration for some health and safety jobs.

ISPON membership cut across most fields of endeavours; Safety Managers/Officers, Factory Inspectors, occupational hygienists, environmentalists, Engineers, Occupational  Health Physicians and Nurses, Economists, Scientists, Fire Engineers and Security Professionals in Governments, Military, Industries and Educational Institutions in Nigeria as well as private safety  consultants.

ISPON has two categories of membership namely: Individual and Corporate membership.

ISPON membership Benefits

  1. The Institute offers opportunities to members to advance their professional knowledge through the Institute’s published newsletters, journals and lectures by members and other professional guest lecturers.
  2. Share expertise and experience.
  3. Exchange ideas and keep up with new developments in safety practice.
  4. Gain recognition for professional endeavours.
  5. Members who pay their dues regularly are covered by insurance.Membership Annual Subscription.

How to Become a Member of ISPON

If you are a health and safety practitioner, work in an associated field or have an interest in health and safety, you can enjoy the benefits of ISPON membership.

Applicants – How to Join
  1. Visit www.ispon.emms.ng to create an online profile
  2. Verify your email address by clicking on the email verification link sent to your email.
  3. Login and complete the online application.
  4. Upload scanned copies of supporting documents.
  5. Pay the non-refundable application fee (through bank transfer or debit/credit card) and submit your application.
  6. Sit for and pass membership screening examination
  7. Upon approval of membership application, pay the automatically-generated annual membership dues
Supporting Documents Needed – Individual Applicants
  1. Certificate(s) of educational qualification(s)
  2. Certificate(s) of professional qualification(s)
  3. Evidence of professional safety experience (reference letter from employers or clients)
  4. Certificate(s) of relevant HSE Training
  5. Means of Identification (international passport, driver’s license, national ID card or voters card)
  6. Signed Sponsor form
Supporting Documents Needed – Corporate Applicants
  1. Company registration documents
  2. HSE policies and manual
  3. Company profile
Existing Members – How to create online profile
  1. Visit www.ispon.emms.ng, click on “Create Profile” then select “Existing Member”
  2. Enter your membership number and surname, then click on “Search”
  3. Update your profile as indicated and verify your email address
  4. Pay the automatically-generated annual membership dues (through bank transfer or debit/credit card)

For enquiries and support on the e-MMS, contact support@ispon.emms.ng

Read Also: Requirements for attaining GRAD-IOSH membership

Membership Grades

Class of Membership Grade Designatory Letter
INDIVIDUAL MEMBER Fellow FISPN
Member MISPN
Associate AISPN
Graduate GISPN
CORPORATE MEMBER Consulting (valid for practice)
Affiliate (not valid for practice)

Membership Application Fees

Corporate Application +
Screening Fee
N 398,974
Individual Application +
Screening Fee
N 28,604
Membership Upgrade Fee N 22,906
Screening Exemption Fee 57,094

Click Here To Apply for Membership

Annual Membership Subscription Fees

Every member shall pay to the Institute an annual membership subscription fee in such amount and manner as may from time to time be prescribed by Governing Board.

Membership annual subscription presently in force are as follows:

Class of Membership Annual Subscription Fee
CORPORATE MEMBER N 114,074
Fellow N 18,348
Member N 16,068
Associate N 13,789
Graduate N 12,650
Registered Student N 2,393
Life Member Exempted

Click Here To Make Payment Online

Hence, you should visit the ISPON branch near you to enquire.

If you are not yet an ISPON member as a HSE professional, you should plan to register as a member, because it will give you a professional edge.

Read Also: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HSEWatch is an all-encompassing Health and Safety platform. Always visit HSEWatch for Insightful HSE articles, HSE Jobs, HSE Training opportunities and HSE News.
If you have any question as related to health and Safety, feel free to ask us, we will guide you as much as possible.
You can also advertise your Health and Safety related products and services here on HSEWatch, contact us today on – Ubongeh4life@gmail.com
We are waiting to be of service to you.

By Ubong Edet

A passionate Health and Safety professional with a good level of field experience and relevant certifications including NEBOSH, OSHA, ISO, etc certifications. An Health and Safety activist who believes in the growth and continual improvement of the profession. He is going all out to create awareness and safe precious lives.

12 thoughts on “ISPON membership requirements (Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria)”
  1. Please I want to study environmental management in a Nigerian University…after obtaining my BSC I’ll further my specialization in HSE…. Are they related? Is it a good move? I need advice please

  2. I’m currently a 400 level student from the department of public Health, Federal University of Technology Owerri..
    I want to know the amount for student membership at ISPON

  3. Hi, Ubong. Thank you for this good job you are doing. I have read a few of your posts especially those concerning the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria. I found a few corrections necessary. The official website is http://www.ispon.gov.ng as against the one you posted. Also, ISPON is not one of the safety organizations in Nigeria, rather, ISPON is the regulatory body for safety practice in Nigeria.
    If you need inputs in writing about the Institute, you may contact me by email: info@maranaglobal.com

Leave a Reply