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    The mission of the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying is to regulate the practices of engineering, land surveying, photogrammetry, and water right examination in the State as they relate to the welfare of the public in safeguarding life, health and property.
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2014 OSBEELS Symposium Wrap-up
Thank you to all who attended the 2014 Symposium. PDH certificates will be emailed to attendees along with a link to the feedback survey. Contact Addy@osbeels.org with any questions.
The Oregon Examiner
If you aren't receiving The Oregon Examiner by mail or email, you're missing out on important news about changes to laws and rules, upcoming events and various topics in the fields of engineering, land surveying, photogrammetry and water right examination.  To start receiving The Oregon Examiner, please submit your physical mailing or email address to osbeels@osbeels.org. 
Biennial Renewal Changes  
Effective with the June 30, 2011 renewals, registrants are required to submit the CPD Organizational form along with their renewal for active status to certify completion of the required professional development hours. Failure to submit the CPD Organizational form may result in delinquent status or a delay in renewal processing.  
CBT Information
Thank As you may already know, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) has transitioned to a computer-based testing (CBT) model for the administration of the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Fundamentals of Surveying (FLS) examinations.  There have been a number of changes associated with this transition.  Please review our CBT Fact Sheet for more information.  Additional information can be found in the NCEES Examinee Guide.


Board members wanted!

The Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying (OSBEELS) is seeking a public member.  There are no registration or experience requirements for public members. 
The Board operates as a semi-independent state agency subject to ORS 182.456 to 182.472 and is authorized to examine, register, and regulate professionals and investigate claims against unlicensed persons who engage in the practice of engineering, land surveying, photogrammetric mapping, and water right examination.  The primary responsibility of every Board member is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the general public. 

Board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each odd-numbered month and Committee meetings are held the second Thursday and Friday of each even-numbered month.  Board members are eligible for per diem and reimbursements for actual expenses involved in carrying out Board business.  

For more information on the application process or the role of state Board members, visit www.oregon.gov/Gov/Pages/boards.aspx and follow the instructions provided.