The Certified Healthcare Emergency Power Professional (CHEPP®) is for any individual responsible for the maintenance, testing, and compliance of an emergency power supply system (EPSS) seeking to highlight their experience in the industry. The CHEPP® certification is good for three years. This program will renew your certification for another (3) three years.
My certification is over three years old. Am I allowed to re-certify?
Yes! When the CHEPP® debuted, there was a slight gap in the release of new codes and standards. If your certification expired within the last year, you can renew it with this renewal course.
What information do you require to be re-certified?
All existing CHEPP® holders have an account on Motor and Generator Institute. Once you register, the renewal program will appear on your account page. If you are a current CHEPP® recipient and can’t access your account, please contact us for assistance.
What do I receive with the renewal?
Students are provided access to a (1) one-hour training module and a 25 question re-certification exam. Students who complete the renewal will receive an updated CHEPP® certificate. This new certificate will show you are up-to-date on NFPA 99 (2021 edition) and NFPA 110 (2019 edition).
When can I renew?
Certification holders who wish to renew their credentials can register now. The renewal course will be available on May 1, 2021. Registered students will receive a notification once the course is available.
Program Fee: $149
The program fee covers the following items.
- (1) Hour Online Training Course
- Re-Certification Examination (25 questions)
- Updated CHEPP certificate showing the most recent releases of NFPA 99 and 110.
Candidates have one (1) year from the date they begin the program to complete all the requirements. Failure to complete these requirements within one (1) year will result in a forfeit of program fees.