The First New Jersey LSRP Exam
The New Jersey Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board and the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA) offered the first New Jersey LSRP exam on Monday May 14, 2012. The first exam was offered in two locations and was only open to candidates that currently hold a temporary license. The candidates were given three and one half hours to answer 165 multiple choice questions. Examinees were sworn to secrecy with regard to revealing the contents of the exam so no specifics are offered here, but suffice to say the exam ran the gamut of the regulatory requirements for site remediation in New Jersey and also covered some project management and practical financial and administrative issues.
The results from the exam were recently emailed to the candidates. While the NJ LSRPs will not officially hold the title of “Permanent LSRP” until the board has officially voted on July 9, 2012, JMS is pleased to report that all three of its temporary NJ LSRPs received a passing grade on the exam. Congratulations to Joe Sorge, Todd Huffman, and James Vander Vliet.