Quick Facts About The Missouri Board of Certification
The Board of Certification exists to foster consistency among Environmental Public Health Specialists in the state of Missouri. Please take a few moments to read through Quick Facts about Certification and the Board of Certification.
Scholarship For Board of Certification Testing.
If you wish to become a Certified Environmental Public Health Specialist and but may face financial difficulty paying for the exam you can apply for a Exam Scholarship with the Board of Certification to take the exam. You must be individually responsible for taking the exam and incurring the expense out of pocket. If your agency is sponsoring your exam, you do not qualify.
How Do I Become Certified - Am I Qualified?
To learn more about the qualifications and certification requirements download the Qualifications and Certification Requirements.
To begin study for certification download the Study Guide.
To apply for the Missouri Certification exam download the Missouri Certification Exam Application.
To renew your Missouri Certification Download the Missouri Certification Renewal Application.
Study materials for the NEHA REHS/RS exam are available at NEHA Resources.
Board Maintained Reference Materials
The Certification Board maintains a small library of study materials that can be used for the Missouri Certification Exam or the NEHA Exam. A lending fee of $100.00; 50% of which will be returned to the candidate after returning all materials in a timely manner and in good condition. Reference materials may be obtained from Lisa Brenneman. She can be contacted at (417) 864-1693.
NEHA REHS/RS Exam Information
CHANGES to NEHA proctoring requirements: The Mo Board of Certification can proctor the NEHA/REHS exam if there are at least 3 candidates available to sit for the exam. However there is a fee of $350 for 3-10 candidates. Please contact NEHA for testing sites close to your location as this is the most economical option at this time. If anyone is interested in forming a study group for the NEHA exam we can help facilitate. If we have 11 or more candidates sitting for the exam the fee is waived. Stay tuned as NEHA is currently updating their policy and could change again.
NEHA REHS exam site options. This form must be completed and sent to NEHA with the exam application prior to testing.
Materials you will need to study for the REHS/RS Exam through NEHA can be found at the NEHA REHS/RS References.
How To Submit For CEU's
If you are Certified with the Missouri Board of Certification follow the instruction on the CEU Submission Form for how to submit CEUs. In-Service training, emergency response training, and other trainings may qualify for CEU credit.