Update from the Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals
This course took place on February 9, 2016. It provided an overview of:
- The Board’s membership;
- The investigation and prosecution of complaints against LSPs;
- The types of discipline imposed by the Board;
- The types of cases that resulted in discipline against LSPs; and
- The statistics on disciplinary actions taken by the Board.
Licensed Site Professional Examination
Notice to Applicants for the LSP Exam
The next examination, scheduled for July 13 & 20, 2016, will be open to all who are eligible. Please continue to check this website for further information.
Please note: The Board has revised the following examination documents.
|NOTICE: Regarding Requests for Approval of Continuing Education Courses|
The Board of Registration of Waste Site Cleanup Professionals requires that a provider of a potentially qualifying course submit a complete request at least two months prior to the proposed date. For more information, please contact the Board’s Continuing Education Coordinator, Lori Williamson, at (617) 292-5629.
|Important Notice Regarding License Renewal Forms and Payments|
All Renewal fees and accompanying forms must be mailed fourteen days before your expiration date to ensure processing. Failure to timely submit payments and forms will result in issuance of a Notice of License Expiration.
Those private parties who are financially responsible under Massachusetts law for assessing and cleaning up confirmed and suspected hazardous waste sites must retain a licensed Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professional (commonly called a "Licensed Site Professional" or simply an "LSP") to oversee the assessment and cleanup work. The Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals is an independent, 11-member board that licenses and regulates LSPs. The Board works to maintain high standards of practice and to protect public health, welfare, and the environment by establishing qualifications for licensure, administering a licensing exam, requiring that LSPs obtain continuing education, and investigating complaints against LSPs to ensure compliance with state laws, regulations and the Board's own rules of professional conduct.
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