Take an exam and receive a passing score of 70% or higher.
Upon Passing, applicant must:
It is highly recommended you attend training classes prior to examination.
Classes are available through WSEHA – Washington State Environmental Health Association and WOSSA – Washington On-site Sewage Association. It is also recommended that applicants be familiar with solving timer problems.
WSEHA – Washington State Environmental Health Association
Phone: (360) 738-8946
WOSSA – Washington On-site Sewage Association
Phone: (253) 770-6594
O&M Specialist License will expire on December 31st. Fees are not prorated. An invoice for renewal is generated at the end of each year.
Three continuing education units (CEU’s) shall be required every three years for license renewal. Applicant shall provide proof to the health officer that continuing education courses were attended.
Come January 31st, if you fail to pay your renewal fee and provide a copy of your bond (if expired), your license will expire and can not be renewed. Also following the third year of being licensed, should you fail to provide verification of CEU’s, your license will not be renewed and will have expired effective December 31st.
If you want to be licensed once again, all testing, application and fees must be completed again to be reinstated.