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.

Membership Guidelines
What does CSAP membership mean for you?

The guidelines outline your responsibility to the organization in terms of conduct and professional development.

Membership Guidelines

Associate Membership Guidelines

Examination Information
November 6th, 7th and 8th, 2018

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 examinations will be held on November 6th, 7th and 8th, 2018.

The exam application deadline is on June 10th, 2018, and the due date to pay the Exam fees is September 7th, 2018.

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Experience Review
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.

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Application Information and Guidance

Application Requirements and Experience Review Process 

Examination Guides

CSAP Examinations Statistics

Examination Fees

Experience Review Fees

Application Templates and Forms

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Application Form  fillable form

Template for Presentation of Experience

Supervisor’s Reference Form  fillable form

Parent Organization Confirmation Request Form  fillable form – Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to complete this form.

Membership Directory

Numerical Standards Approved Professionals

Risk-based Standards Approved Professionals