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Statute

Maryland Code

Article 21:Environmental Health Specialists

Subtitle 1: Definitions, General Provisions
  • 21–101. Definitions.
  • 21–102. Right to practice health occupation not limited.
Subtitle 2: State Board of Environmental Health Specialists
  • 21–201. Board established.
  • 21–202. Membership.
  • 21–203. Officers.
  • 21–204. Quorum; meeting; compensation; staff.
  • 21–205. Miscellaneous powers and duties.
  • 21–206. State Board of Environmental Health Specialists Fund.
  • 21–207. Good faith exemption from civil liability.
Subtitle 3: Licensing
  • 21–301. Licensure.
  • 21–302. Applications for licensure.
  • 21–303. Qualifications of applicants.
  • 21–304. Examinations.
  • 21–305. Regulations establishing environmental health specialist–in–training program.
  • 21–306. Waiver of examination of persons registered in other state.
  • 21–307. Issuance, content, and replacement of licenses.
  • 21–308. Scope of licensure.
  • 21–309. Terms and renewal of license.
  • 21–310. Reactivation of expired license.
  • 21–311. Record of applications.
  • 21–312. Code of ethics; denials, reprimands, suspensions, and revocations; charges.
  • 21–313. Hearings.
  • 21–314. Judicial review.
  • 21–315. Reinstatement of revoked license.
Subtitle 4: Prohibited acts; Penalties
  • 21–401. Misrepresentation.
  • 21–402. Penalties.
Subtitle 5: Short title; Termination
  • 21–501. Short title.
  • 21–502. Termination of title.
 
 

Regulation

Title 10: DHMH subtitle 60, Board of Environmental Health Specialists

COMAR online Code of Maryland Regulations is a searchable database.

10.60.01 General Regulations

10.60.02 Licensing Procedure

10.60.03 Approve Training

10.60.04 Rules for Board Hearings

10.60.05 Code of Ethics

10.60.06 Fee Schedule

10.60.07 Compelling Purpose Disclosure