The Certified Healthcare Environmental Services Professional (CHESP) certification program provides a national standard of requisite knowledge required for certification; thereby assisting employers, the public and members of health professions in assessing healthcare environmental services professionals.
The CHESP Current Certificant List, updated twice monthly, reflects all currently certified professionals.
The CHESP program includes the following elements:
- Eligibility requirements that are a blend of education and healthcare-specific experience
- A 115-item multiple-choice Certification Examination
- A renewal requirement
Ready to Apply?
Candidates can apply online or via application (mail/fax.) Ensure you have reviewed the Candidate Handbook prior to applying.
The AHA Certification Center contracts with PSI/AMP for exam administration and other services. Approximately 200 secure Assessment Centers are available for computer exam administrations. Exams are administered twice daily Monday - Friday.
Resources for Candidates
The AHA-CC does not endorse training or education programs for the exam.
The CHESP Examination Resource Page contains a list of publications, education, and websites that candidates may find useful to prepare for the Examination.
The CHESP Self-Assessment Examination is an online study tool that parallels the CHESP Certification Examination in format, content and cognitive levels.
Time to Renew?
The CHESP Renewal Application describes provisions for certification renewal and criteria for acceptable continuing professional education.