decertification

Certifications for the following individuals have expired or lapsed because they did not successfully complete some aspect of the Certification Maintenance process, i.e, CM worksheet submission, exam, payment of fees or ethics. 


It is IASHEP policy that the names of former Members will be listed for THREE (3) years on the IASHEP web site.  Except for ethics sanctions, these individuals may pursue reactivation.


 

Luis Lemus - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 

Certified Environmental, Health & Safety Specialist (CEHSP) - Decertified

Certified Safety & Health, Environmental Technician (CSHET - Decertified

Certified Construction Safety Specialist (CCSP-005_- Decertified

Certified General Industry Specialist (CGIS-105) - Decertified 

Certified Hazwoper Specialist - Trainer  (CHWST) - Decertified

Certified Hazwoper Technician (CHWT) - Decertified


Allegra Weiss- Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 

Certified Respirator Fit Train The Trainer- Decertified 


​Ana Maldonado -  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 

​Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified


​Annalee Humphrey  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 

Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS)  - Decertified


​Billly Gringrass -  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 

Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS)  - Decertified


Brian Downen Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS)  - Decertified


Carl Admonson-  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials  


Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS)  - Decertified


Certified Lockout Tagout Tryout( CLTT)  - Decertified


C Chad Keenom  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Fall Protection Competent Person 24 Hours Classroom Training - Decertified


​Fabian Rousset Certified Electrical Safety Specialist(CESSNFPA_70E Trainer - Decertified


James Viray  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials

 

Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified



​Josh Krahling  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials  


Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) ​Certified Lockout Tagout Tryout (CLTT) - Decertified


Jonathon Slone  Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS)  - Decertified


Ken McHugh  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Safety Professionals (CSHEP) - Decertified


Kippy Lewis


Certified Environmental, Health & Safety Specialist (CEHSP) - Decertified


Certified Safety Health and Environmental Techician (CSHET)    - Decertified


Mankuzhi Subramanian Namboo


Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified


Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Technician (CSHET) -Decertified


Manual Salanda - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 

 Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified


Mike Diehl  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Fall Protection Competent Person 24 hrs Classroom Training - Decertified


​Migualamsel Costello -  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified


Paul Korthals Certified Machine Guarding Specialist( CMGS) Certified Lockout Tagout Tryout (CLTT)


Peter Gonzales  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Safety Professionals (CSHEP) - Decertified


Richard Jackson Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified


​Ronnie Gonzales -  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Safety Professisonals( CSHEP)  - Decertified


Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) Auditor​​ - Decertified


Sarah McCraren -  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials  


Certified Fall Protection Competent Person 24 Hours Classroom Training- Decertified 


Shivaughn Dupe'  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


​​Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Technician (CSHET) - Decertified


Savanna Jamison  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials  

Certified Respirator Fit Train The Trainer  - Decertified


Tim Schoo -  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


​Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) ​- Decertified

Certified Lockout Tagout Tryout (CLTT) - Decertified


Wendy McMillan -  Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


Certified Machine Guarding Specialist (CMGS) - Decertified


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Voluntary surrender

 

Voluntary Surrendering Of An IASHEP Professional Credential
 

This status indicates that a previously issued professional IASHEP credential was surrendered voluntarily by the credential holder and that the credential is no longer active.
 

The IASHEP voluntary surrender of an IASHEP professional designation may not be used on business cards or stationery and cannot be used for commercial purposes. It shall be considered unethical conduct for a retired IASHEP member to use the IASHEP designations after acquiring voluntary status, or to use the "IASHEP Professional Designation” while continuing to practice. Any violation of these restrictions would make the individual's IASHEP designation subject to revocation. 


 An IASHEP Diplomate who surrenders their certification:

  • Can continue to practice in their chosen field
  • Can use the IASHEP certification designations only when referencing the years of active certification, e.g., Jones, Robert, CSHET, 2014-2019
  • Cannot use the IASHEP embossing seal or stamp
  • Is removed from the email distribution list for that particular professional credential
  • Is relieved of CM requirements and fees for that particular professional credential.
  • Can reactivate at any time
  • Is subject to IASHEP ethics case procedure provisions if found to be in violation of the voluntary surrender terms


Appeals Process: The IASHEP member may appeal any negative decision to the Director of the Organization and to the Advisory Board Members for their review and processing. The appeal must be submitted within 60 days after the date on which the revocation notification. 


Mr. Benjamin Spivey -  Voluntary Surrender Of The Following Professional Credential(s)


​Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Technician (CSHET)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


​Certified Environmental, Health & Safety Professional (CEHSP) -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Accident Investigation Technician (CAIT)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Mr. Joey Bolden -  Voluntary Surrender Of The Following Professional Credential(s)


​Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Technician (CSHET)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


​Certified Environmental, Health & Safety Professional (CEHSP)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Accident Investigation Technician (CAIT)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Forklift Operator Trainer (CFOT - Trainer)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Forklift Operator Technician (CFOT)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Mr. Kippy Lewis - Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Petroleum Environmental,Health & Safety Auditor (CPEHSA-Service and Drilling)   -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Construction Safety and Health Specialist (IASHEP015)   -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Peroleum Environmental, Health and Safety Specialist (PEHSS-Service and Drilling)   -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Construction Industry Training Specialist (IASHEP005)   -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Hydrogen Selfide(H2S) Safety Specialist)CHSSS-H2S)   -  Voluntary Surrender 


Mr. Herbert Taylor  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Safety & Health Specialist (CSHS-105) -  Voluntary Surrender 


 Larry Engle -  Voluntary Surrender 

 Certified Lockout Tagout Tryout( CLTT)   -  Voluntary Surrender   


Alysa Duenas -  Voluntary Surrender Of The Following Professional Credential(s)


​Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Technician (CSHET) -  Voluntary Surrender


​Certified Environmental, Health & Safety Professional  CEHSP) -  Voluntary Surrender


​​Certified Hydrogen Sulfide H2S Safety Specialist Course (CHSSS) -  Voluntary Surrender


Jenneth Mandeville  - Desertification Of The Following Professional Credentials 


​​Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Safety Professisonals (CSHEP)  -  Voluntary Surrender 


Certified Safety, Health & Environmental Technician (CSHET)  -  Voluntary Surrender


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professional credentials - retired status

The following is the names of IASHEP professionals whose professional credential(s) are considered Retired.   


Retiree Status: The IASHEP Director and Advisory Board Members established the CEHSP and (Ret.) category with the intent of providing a mechanism for continued identification of IASHEP members once they have retired from their profession, with the understanding that those so designated will not use the IASHEP (Ret.) designation for any professional practice or work for compensation that implies current competency in the IASHEP certification field.
 

An IASHEP member who is no longer active in the certification field that they hold may apply for designation as a IASHEP (Ret.). In order to qualify, the IASHEP (Ret.) status the IASHEP member must be in good standing and must have been recertified at least once before applying for retired (Ret.) status.
 

The IASHEP (Ret.) designation may not be used on business cards or stationery and cannot be used for commercial purposes. It shall be considered unethical conduct for a retired IASHEP member to use the IASHEP designations after acquiring Retired status, or to use the "IASHEP (Ret.)" designation while continuing to practice. Any violation of these restrictions would make the individual's IASHEP (Ret.) designation subject to revocation. The IASHEP member who violates these rules will have their name posted on the IASHEP website as being a "member not in good standing". 

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Professional credential - inactive status

The following is the name(s) of IASHEP professionals whose professional credential(s) are considered INACTIVE.    Inactive Status: Upon written request to the International Association of Safety, Health & Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Director, an IASHEP member who is unable to remain active in the profession due to circumstances beyond his or her control (e.g., medical disability, military assignment, unemployment, etc.) may be granted inactive status for up to three years, during which time all payment and recertification requirements shall be waived. During the period of inactivity, the individual shall not use the "CEHSP" or any other IASHEP designations, which implies active status, but may use (Inactive)." Upon reactivation, the individual's status picks up at the point where it left off.
 

If an inactive IASHEP member is unable to return to active status after this three-year period, the credential will be deemed revoked. An individual whose credential has been revoked under this rule shall be required to apply for and take the certification examination anew in order to regain his or her credential. 


Mr. Glenn Spidell



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Unauthorized Use of IASHEP Professional Credentials

The following is the names of IASHEP professionals whose professional credential(s) are considered Unauthorized Use.  If an IASHEP member is found in violation of using an International Association of Environmental, Health and Safety Professionals credential that they have not qualified for that professional certification, the individual will not be allowed to apply for, pursue, or regain membership into IASHEP or apply for a professional credential for a period of five (5) years, or such other period as IASHEP determines is appropriate.
 

Individuals who have used an IASHEP Professional Certification / Designation authority will have their name posted in the IASHEP membership directory as a “Member not in good standing”.
 

IASHEP as with other professional organizations receives inquiries from a variety of sources including other credential holders, employers, and membership organizations. IASHEP will pursue all cases in which there is clear evidence of the unauthorized use of an IASHEP certified credential and the individual has a clear responsibility, control, or knowledge of the use. Evidence may be a business card, resume, letter, web site, or other publication.
 

IASHEP members may appeal to the Director and Advisory Board to have their case heard. Any IASHEP member or Person who fails to comply with IASHEP cease and desists notification will be subject to additional potential penalties including IASHEP potentially filing a lawsuit against the person. 

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