Web Link for RS License Types: https://elicense.ohio.gov
LICENSING SYSTEM FOR REGISTERED SANITARIANS (Effective 8/2015)
State of Ohio recently implemented a new licensing system
for registered sanitarians ONLY. As part of the new system,
all new applicants will be asked to create a user profile
to access the system & will be notified how to do so beginning
in August 2015.
logging in to access your licensure information, all users
will be required to provide updated address and contact information.
Once this is completed, users will be able to apply for licenses,
renew licenses, and submit service requests, such as address
changes and license verifications.
those of you expiring on January 31, 2016, renewals will now
be accessed through the system starting on December 1, 2015.
Please ensure that you verify the accuracy of the information
in your user profile prior to that date, including a valid
for SIT's, Training Agency's and CE submission will be coming
soon. We hope that you are as excited about the benefits of
this new system as we are!
December 1, 2014, the Board will no longer be mailing out pocket
ID cards. If you need to verify yourself or an individual on
your staff, please visit the Board website License Verification
link. Enter the profession (Sanitarian Board should be selected
if you access this via the Board website), the individuals last
and first names only and hit search. If you click on the individuals
name it will pull up their registration information. This verification
is real time and offers the same information we print on pocket
ID cards. Please do not enter any additional information or
change any of the information that is pre-populated on this
screen. It may cause the computer system to return inaccurate
results. If you need assistance with this process, please feel
free to contact the Board office.
Board now accepts courses taken ONLINE through
FEMA, the CDC and NEHA without the submission of a CE2 application.
Keep in mind that all certificates submitted to the Board must
have the FEMA, CDC or NEHA logo to be acceptable. Some of these
website will direct you to other online CE offerings. To receive
credit for completing an ONLINE course taken through
one of these entities, simply email, fax or mail your certificate
to the Board office. If you are taking a classroom course offered
through one of these entities you will need to submit the course
for Board review.
mind that all continuing education courses must be directly
related to the practice of environmental health. Rule 4736-11-03(B)
of the Ohio Revised Code states:
of study or programs of instruction offered to meet the continuing
education requirements for the annual renewal of an individuals
certificate of registration shall be board approved and in
the following subject areas:
Diseases and injuries caused by environmental factors and the
applicable prevention techniques.
(2) Administrative law and process.
(3) The utilization of resources in the collection, arrangement,
and interpretation of data.
(4) Environmental health administration.
(5) New or substantially revised environmental health laws,
rules and process.
(6) Functional fields of environmental health to include are
quality, food quality and protection, hazardous and toxic substances,
consumer product safety, housing, institutional health and safety,
community noise control, radiation protection, bioterrorism,
recreational facilities, solid, infectious and liquid waste
management, vector control, drinking water quality, milk sanitation,
rabies control, land use and occupational health and safety.
(7) Environmental health planning or emergency preparedness.
(8) Communication skills.
(9) Organization or program management courses.
(10) Computer skills development and functional utilization.
Any course taken outside of the subject areas listed must be
submitted to the Board for their consideration using a CE2 application.
Please use your professional judgment when determining if the
online course you intend to take meets these requirements. You
can view the full text of the rule under the Laws and Rules
tab on the Board website.
you have any questions regarding the submission of your certificate
or the amount of hours you will earn for courses completed do
not hesitate to contact the Board office.