241 CMR 3.02 - Application for Examination

(1) Filing Procedure. A health officer or other person desiring to be certified shall file an application with the Board at least 60 days preceding the date of a scheduled examination on an application form provided by the Board. Applications filed after the dead-line for a scheduled examination, or prior to the official scheduling of an examination, will be reviewed for the next examination. The application shall include, but not be limited to, demographic information, education, experience, transcripts, identifying photograph, and other documentary evidence as requested.
(2) Documentary Evidence. Official transcripts must be submitted to verify that the required educational qualifications have been met. Documentation may also be required to verify required experience.
(3) Review of Applications. The Board shall review applications and supporting documentation and determine the eligibility of the applicant for examination. All applicants designated as eligible by the Board shall be notified no less than 30 days before the scheduled examination date. An applicant designated ineligible by the Board shall receive an explanation in writing of why he was determined ineligible to take the examination.
(4) Application Fee. All applications shall be accompanied by a non-refundable fee, the amount of which is determined by the Secretary of Administration and Finance under the provisions of M.G.L. c. 7, ยง 3B.


241 CMR 3.02
Amended by Mass Register Issue 1337, eff. 4/21/2017.

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