"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.
Nevada REHS Board
Vegas, Nevada 89157-1954
All registrants should
immediately contact the Board regarding mailing address changes.
This becomes very important during
the renewal period each Fall.
E-mail the Board
Washoe County District Health Department
Reno, NV 89520-0027
Larry Law, REHS
Southern Nevada Health District
P.O. Box 3902
Las Vegas, NV 89127-3902
10080 W. Tropical Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89149
Representing the Nevada State
c/o Nevada Health Division
Technology Way, Ste 101
City, NV 89706
1919 College Parkway
Carson City,NV 89706
Board's Recording Secretary/Records Official
Vegas, Nevada 89157-1954
The Board has hired an Executive Director who will maintain the
website, deal legislative matters, and take over recording secretery
More information will be posted as it becomes available.
feel free to write regarding the Board's records.
The Board has a new application and fee schedule. 08-18-15
The Board has a new member,, Anna Thornley,FMP, 08-19-15
Pearson Vue testing will be
the only means of testing in Nevada. This will add
an additional $100 fee for the applicant.
current Pearson Vue procedures are:
Applications for Pearson Vue testing must be made in writing to the
NV REHS Board (via mail or e-mail) and must include a check for $100
if not paid
for on initial application.
You must provide the Board your full name, mailing address,
contact phone number, and e-mail address.
Each additional request
to take the exam requires additional payment of $125 exam fee and
the $100 Pearson Vue fee, for a total of $225 for each exam.
Once in receipt of an exam request, the Board will order a testing
voucher for the applicant.
The applicant will be contacted by NEHA in order to schedule the
The exam results will be sent to the applicant following the receipt
of the official results by the Board.
Posted: July 10, 2013
January 1, 2006
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A Board meeting will be held on:
The Board held a meeting
meeting was held in Reno The minutes are pending.
For past agendas and minutes, please go to our
The public is encouraged
to attend Board meetings and workshops. It always encourages
comments from the public about its activities.
use this address to e-mail the Board with your comments and
For more Board meeting
information and photos go to our
Application for Registration
Child Support Declaration form
Affidavit of Training
Civil Applicant Waiver
Report of Existence of
Nevada Business License - 2014
This form is for those
who need to prove they have completed two years of training.
Submission Information page
relating to the Board.
Current Fee Structure
regular registration: $530 This includes a $125 examination fee,
* $100 Pearson Vue fee, $250 processing fee, $100 first year
registration and a $55 background check fee.
registration by reciprocity: $405 This includes a $250
processing fee, $100 first year of registration, $55 background
Regular EHS renewal: $100 - CEUs are required.
Retired (emeritus): $100 No CEUs required but cannot work in
Incomplete or improperly completed applications will be assessed a
$50 processing fee. Returned check charge: $50 (adopted 03-31-08)
applicants must use “Pearson Vue” and pay for it themselves. A
separate testing fee of $100 is required when submitting the
application. Refer to the “Pearson Vue” testing information section
on the next page. (adopted 11-18-09)
New regular registration applicants must meet one of the
following three requirements prior to sitting for the
1. Possess a baccalaureate or higher degree in
environmental health or environmental health science
from an institution of higher education approved by the
2. Possess a master’s degree in public health from an
institution of higher education approved by the Board.
3. Possess training or experience obtained during
service in the military forces of this State or the
United States of America which the Board determines is
equivalent to at least 2 years of experience in the
practice of environmental health.