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26.07.01.00.htm 26.07.01.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 07 BOARD OF ENVIRONMENTAL SANITARIANS Chapter 01 General Regulations Authority: Environment Article, §11-101, 11-205, 11-305, 11-307, 11-309, 11-314, and 11-315, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.07.01.01.htm 26.07.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this subtitle, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Accredited college or university" means an educational institution in the United States which has been accredited by an accrediting organization or agency that is recognized by the Commission on the Recognition of Post-Secondary Accreditation.2) "Approved experience" means experience which classifies as practice as an environmental sanitarian.2-1) "Approved training"
26.07.01.02.htm 26.07.01.02. 02 Prohibitions.. A. An individual may not practice as an environmental sanitarian in the State unless the individual:. 1) Is licensed by the Board; or. 2) Is employed under a valid sanitarian-in-training certificate or a certificate of eligibility for supervised training issued by the Board.B. An individual may not practice as an environmental sanitarian under a sanitarian-in-training certificate for more than a total of 3 years, unless approved by the Board in a
26.07.01.03.htm 26.07.01.03. 03 Licensing and Examination.. A. The Board shall license an applicant if the applicant:. 1) Qualifies for examination as provided in §B of this regulation;. 2) Takes and passes the examination;. 3) Has not committed an act which, under COMAR 26.07.04.01, would subject the applicant to disciplinary action by the Board; and4) Pays the necessary fees.. B. An applicant is eligible to take the examination if the applicant has satisfied one of the following combinations of educa
26.07.01.04.htm 26.07.01.04. 04 Waivers.. A. The Board may waive the examination requirement under Regulation .03 of this chapter if the applicant:1) Is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Sanitarians, or has received an equivalent recognition from a credentialing body which is acceptable to the Board;2) Is licensed to practice as an environmental sanitarian in a state with which the Board has made a reciprocal agreement as described in §C of this regulation; or3) Provides evidence that
26.07.01.05.htm 26.07.01.05. 05 Sanitarian-In-Training Program.. A. The purpose of a sanitarian-in-training program shall be to prepare the sanitarian-in-training to:1) Perform in a competent manner assigned job duties and responsibilities which constitute practice as an environmental sanitarian; and2) Demonstrate proficiency in all areas of environmental health on a written examination administered by the Board.B. At a minimum, a sanitarian-in-training program shall:. 1) Provide the sanitarian
26.07.01.9999.htm 26.07.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 8, 1986 (13:18 Md. R. 2021). Chapter recodified from COMAR 10.55.01 to COMAR 26.07.01. Regulation .01B amended effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2431). Regulation .05 amended effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2431). Regulation .06 repealed and new Regulation .06 adopted effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2431)Regulation .07 amended effective October 15, 1990 (17:20 Md. R. 2431) ―. Regulations .01―07 repeal
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