Become a Contaminated Site Approved Professional
When you become a member of CSAP, you become an Approved Professional and are added to the roster of professionals approved by the Ministry of Environment to review contaminated sites and assist in their clean up. Membership benefits include listing in the roster, professional development opportunities and the ability to contribute professionally to developing best practice, as well as Ministry of Environment policy and new regulations.
What does CSAP membership mean for you?
The guidelines provide you with the eligibility criteria, application requirements and outline your responsibility to the organization in terms of conduct and professional development.
Membership Guidelines (May 2022) [Use Chrome]
Associate Membership Guidelines (July 2021)
November 1st, & 2nd
CSAP generally conducts exams once a year. In order for an exam to be held it is necessary to have at least three approved applicants, but we will not skip more than one year. The dates we have set aside for the examinations are November 1st (Numerical Assessment), and November 2nd (Regulatory).
Due to the low number of candidates, we will not have a Risk Assessment this year.
April 29th, 2022 is the Exam application deadline and the due date to pay the Experience review (if you are a new candidate), and September 9th, 2022 is the due date to pay the Exam Fees. Please do not send any cheque or pay online any exam fee unless you have received a confirmation letter.
Your Experience Counts
The experience review panel is interested to find out how long you have been working in the environmental field, what kinds of projects you have worked on and other relevant areas of experience.
Application Templates and Forms
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Application Form fillable form
Supervisor’s Reference Form fillable form [Use Internet Explorer]