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November 17, 2020 - [EXTERNAL]: SRPL Board Announcements regarding the LSRP Annual Fee,
Upcoming Renewals, and the Suspension of Certain Renewal Requirements

From: NJ Department of Environmental Protection NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com
To: NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com
Date & Time: 11/17/2020 2:53:00 PM
Subject [EXTERNAL]: SRPL Board Announcements regarding the LSRP Annual Fee, Upcoming Renewals, and the Suspension of Certain Renewal Requirements

[EXTERNAL]: SRPL Board Announcements regarding the LSRP Annual Fee, Upcoming Renewals, and the Suspension of Certain Renewal Requirements

LSRP Annual Fee: Invoices for the LSRP Annual Fee will be sent by the end of this week to the current roster of LSRPs via U.S. Mail, from the New Jersey Department of Treasury. Payment is due January 16, 2021. The invoice may be paid via mail or online. Please follow the instructions on the invoice to make a payment.

Understanding that some LSRPs are working remotely, please look out for the invoice at the address you have indicated as your official address for Board correspondence. Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:26I-2.10(d), an LSRP shall notify the Board of any change in contact information within 15 days of the change. Simply email the Board if your contact information has changed.

LSRPs who do not receive an invoice by December 4, 2020 should first contact their employer’s business office or mailroom to determine if an invoice was received. If no invoice has been received, email the Board with Subject line "LSRP Annual Fee - Your Last Name or License Number" and a copy of the invoice will be emailed to you.

It is particularly important that you pay your LSRP Annual Fee on time and ensure your contact information is correct, as many licenses are up for renewal in the next few months, and renewal notifications and invoices will not be sent until the LSRP Annual Fee is paid.

Reminder about License Renewal: An LSRP's license renewal application period is 90 to 120 days before the license expiration date. If the LSRP Annual Fee has been paid, the Board will send renewal instructions to each LSRP in an email approximately two weeks before the renewal period begins. Renewal requirements must be met, the renewal invoice paid, Continuing Education Credits earned, and the renewal application and all supporting documentation received ninety (90) days before the license expiration date. The Renewal Fee invoice will be sent via U.S. Mail approximately two weeks before the renewal period begins.

The Renewal application form is a fillable PDF that can be accessed on the SRPL Board website at www.nj.gov/lsrpboard/board/licensure/lsrp_license_renewal_application.pdf?v1_5 (version 1.5, dated 5/30/2018). The application form, OSHA certificates, continuing education credit certificates, and any other supporting documents must be attached to the email as one single PDF document and emailed to the Board.

Suspension of Certain Renewal Requirements: Pursuant to a June 18, 2020 temporary rule modification, the requirements of N.J.A.C. 7:26I-4.3 have been modified to allow an LSRP whose license renewal is due on or before December 31, 2021 to fulfill all necessary credit hours through approved courses offered in an alternative verifiable learning format. This means the 18-credit limit on these types of courses is temporarily suspended. LSRPs will qualify for license renewal provided that all the other requirements in N.J.A.C. 7:26I-2.11 have been met.

To update your contact information, request an emailed invoice, submit information to the Board, or if you have any questions, please email the Board at SRPLBoardContact@dep.nj.gov.


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