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Registered Environmental Health Specialists
Renewal Information

All Registered Environmental Health Specialist certificates expire December 31st of each even numbered year. DHHS, Licensure Unit will send the certificate holder a renewal notice at least 30 days before December 31st of each even numbered year to the certificate holder’s last address of record. The certificate holder can renew his/her certification by paying the renewal fee, and returning the completed renewal notice attesting to the completion of twenty-four (24) contact hours of continuing education. The certificate holder can also place his/her certification on inactive status by marking inactive status and returning the completed renewal notice.

Inactive – Means that you cannot practice but may represent yourself as having an inactive certification. To change from inactive to active status you must meet renewal requirements which are in effect at the time status change is requested.

Provisional Environmental Health Specialist

Certification as a provisional environmental health specialist shall be valid for one year and may be renewed for two additional one-year periods. In no case, shall a certificate for a provisional environmental health specialist exceed a three-year period.

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