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Registered Environmental Health Specialists
Board Information

The PDFRegistered Environmental Health Specialist Board advises the Department of Health and Human Services Regulation and Licensure on all issues related to the regulation of Environmental Health Specialists. Board member composition and length of terms follows:

Membership: 5 Environmental Health Specialists

1 Public Member

Length of Term: 3 years, no more than 2 consecutive full 5-year terms.
Professional Requirements: Been actively engaged in practice of his/her profession in the State of Nebraska, under a registration issued in this state, for a period of 10 years just preceding his/her appointment.
Public Member:
  1. Be a resident of this state for at least 5 years who has attained the age of majority;
  2. Represent the interests and viewpoints of consumers; and
  3. Not be a present or former member of a credentialed profession, an employee of a member of a credentialed profession, or an immediate family or household member of any person presently regulated by such board.

The PDFRegistered Environmental Health Specialist Board meets at least 1 time per year - see Board meeting Schedule for meeting dates and times. Meetings are open to the public, with the exception of investigational matters. Minutes of meetings are available here or by contacting Bill Wisell at (402) 471-2299 or by e-mail at bill.wisell@nebraska.gov

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