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10.60.02.00.htm 10.60.02.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 60 BOARD OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALISTS Chapter 02 Licensing Procedures Authority: Health Occupations Article, §21-101―21-502, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.60.02.01.htm 10.60.02.01. 01 Application Procedure.. A. An individual applying for a license or certificate of eligibility shall:. 1) Submit the appropriate application in writing on a form provided by the Board;. 2) Pay the application fee established by COMAR 10.60.06;. 3) Have official transcripts of all baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate studies submitted in accordance with §B of this regulation; and4) Have verification of previous experience, if applicable, submitted in accordance with §C of this
10.60.02.02.htm 10.60.02.02. 02 Incomplete Application.. A. The Board:. 1) May not take any action on an incomplete application; and. 2) Shall notify the applicant of the need for additional information within 45 days of receipt of the application.B. An application is not complete until all required material, including the fee and supporting documentation, is received by the Board.C. An incomplete application shall be held for 1 year from the date of initial receipt, after which the application is invalid.
10.60.02.03.htm 10.60.02.03. 03 Action on an Application.. A. The Board shall notify an applicant in writing that:. 1) The applicant qualifies for a license under COMAR 10.60.01.03 or .04;. 2) The applicant qualifies for:. a) Examination under COMAR 10.60.01.03; or. b) A certificate of eligibility under COMAR 10.60.02.05;. 3) The applicant does not qualify to receive a license or a certificate of eligibility, or to take the examination, for one or more of the reasons set forth in §C of this regulation; or
10.60.02.04.htm 10.60.02.04. 04 Examination.. A. The Board shall:. 1) Offer written examinations at least 3 times a year; and. 2) Post the examination dates on the Board’s website.. B. The examination shall be standardized and prepared by a recognized examination service.. C. Passing Score.. 1) The passing score for the examination shall be determined by the recognized examination agencies.. 2) If an applicant who took the written examination before July 1, 2012 and obtained a score that is
10.60.02.05.htm 10.60.02.05. 05 Certificates.. A. Certificate of Eligibility for Obtaining Employment.. 1) The Board shall issue a certificate of eligibility for obtaining employment to an applicant who:. a) Meets the educational requirements set forth in COMAR 10.60.01.03;. b) Has submitted an application in accordance with Regulation .01 of this chapter;. c) Is not currently practicing as an environmental health specialist in Maryland; and. d) Has not previously completed an environmental h
10.60.02.06.htm 10.60.02.06. 06 Renewal of Licenses.. A. Conditions for License Renewal.. 1) The Board shall renew a license for a 2-year period if the licensee has:. a) Submitted an application for renewal to the Board before the expiration date of the license;. b) Paid the renewal fee established by COMAR 10.60.06;. c) Submitted satisfactory proof to the Board that the licensee has completed at least 20 clock hours of Board-approved training obtained during the 2-year period before the li
10.60.02.07.htm 10.60.02.07. 07 Duplicate License.. A licensee may obtain a duplicate license to replace a license that has been lost, destroyed, or mutilated if the licensee:A. Makes a written request to the Board that states the reason for requesting a duplicate license; andB. Pays to the Board the duplicate license fee established by COMAR 10.60.06..
10.60.02.08.htm 10.60.02.08. 08 Inactive Status.. A. The Board shall place a licensed environmental health specialist on inactive status for a period not to exceed 4 years if the licensee:1) Submits to the Board a written application for inactive status on a form the board requires; and. 2) Pays to the Board the inactive status fee set by the Board.. B. The Board shall provide to a licensed environmental health specialist who is placed on inactive status written notification of:
10.60.02.09.htm 10.60.02.09. 09 Non-renewed Status.. A. The Board shall place a licensed environmental health specialist on non-renewed status for a period not to exceed 4 years if the licensed environmental health specialist fails to the renew the license for any reason.B. The Board shall provide to the licensee who is placed on non-renewed status written notification of:1) The date the license expired;. 2) The date the non-renewed status became effective;. 3) The date the non-renewed status expires; and.
10.60.02.10.htm 10.60.02.10. 10 Reactivation.. Notwithstanding Regulations .08 and .09 of this chapter, the Board shall reactivate the license of a licensed environmental health specialist who was placed on inactive or non-renewed status if the individual:A. Applies to the Board for reactivation after the inactive or non-renewed status expired;. B. Pays to the Board the reactivation fee established by COMAR 10.60.06;. C. Provides any documentation required by the Board; and.
10.60.02.9999.htm 10.60.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―08 adopted as an emergency provision effective January 3, 2013 (40:6 Md. R. 469) adopted permanently effective April 15, 2013 (40:7 Md. R. 612)Regulation .01C amended effective November 9, 2015 (42:22 Md. R. 1379). Regulation .02A, B amended effective November 9, 2015 (42:22 Md. R. 1379). Regulation .03A amended effective November 9, 2015 (42:22 Md. R. 1379).
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