NEHA Updating REHS/RS Exam and Study Guide

NEHA News Release

 

Release Date: 
January 19, 2021

REHS/RS ExamUpdates in 2021 to the REHS/RS Exam and Study Guide

A new study guide for the National Environmental Health Association's (NEHA) Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS) credential will be available for purchase in mid-June. Furthermore, the new exam will begin being administered on September 1, 2021. Virtual town hall sessions will be presented February–April for anyone who wants to learn more. Town hall dates and times will be available on the NEHA website at the end of January.

In the meantime, please visit our FAQs and the updated REHS/RS exam blueprint for further details. Questions can be directed to Sarah Hoover, credentialing manager, at shoover@neha.org

What Is an REHS/RS Credential?

No issues are more important to the communities in which we live and work than clean air, safe food, and potable water. An individual with an REHS/RS credential has the skill set to ensure that these basic community necessities are met, as well as manage other critical functions such as emergency response, vector control, sewage sanitation, hazardous material handling, and more.

The REHS/RS is the most prevalent NEHA credential and professionals demonstrate competency in an impressive range of environmental health issues, directing and training personnel to respond to routine or emergency environmental situations, and providing education to their communities on environmental health concerns. In addition, REHS/RS credential holders are key members in ensuring communities are in compliance with local, state, and federal environmental health regulations. 

Learn More about the REHS/RS

 


About the National Environmental Health Association

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) is a professional society with more than 6,500 members in the public and private sectors as well as in universities and uniformed services. NEHA's mission, "To advance the environmental health professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for all" is fulfilled in the products and services offered by NEHA to advance the environmental health professional through credentialing, training, education, networking, professional development, and policy involvement opportunities. Learn more about NEHA at www.neha.org.