“Excellence in environmental health.”

A standard of expertise and competence in environmental health
based on education and experience.  Registered environmental health professionals
are recognized as leaders able to provide guidance to communities throughout Nevada.       

Board Meetings

Board Meeting & Public Workshop
Monday,September 16,  2019 – 10:00 am

Board of Registered Environmental Health Specialists
Board Administrative Office
6160 Mae Anne Ave., Suite 3
Reno, Nevada 89523

 1-888-273-3658 • Access Code: 8751529 

Notice of Workshop

On-Line Registration Renewal is now open.

On-line renewal fee payment by credit card is included; or select the payment by check option.  Your registration renewal confirmation email will include your new registration card if all elements of the renewal are completed successfully.

Click on the button to renew your registration.

Proposed Regulations

Proposed draft regulation addresses new and revised requirements contained in AB175 approved at the 2019 Legislative Session.  The proposed regulations addresses new registration types, inactive status of registration, professional conduct and standards of practice, defines activities constituting unprofessional conduct, clarifies and revises continuing education requirements, and provides other matters properly relating thereto. Read Regulation Revisions.

Upcoming board meetings in 2019:

May 6, 2019, 10:00 am, Location: Board Administrative Office

July 8, 2019, 10:00 am, Location: Board Administrative Office

September 16, 2019, 10:00 am, Location: Board Administrative Office

December 16, 2019, 10:00 am, Location: TBD

Adopted Regulation R017-17, effective September 21, 2017

Adopted Regulation R049-16, effective June 21, 2017

New REHS and EHST registration terms will expire one year from date of issuance.

Current EHST registrants who obtain REHS status will receive a new term ending date of one year from date of issuance.

Individuals registered as EHST will be subject to the REHS registration fee of $100.00 upon completion of their trainee period to obtain REHS status.

Continuing Education requirements for first time REHS renewals are waived.

The complete regulation can be found under the Law & Regulations tab.