Georgia Code Title 43. Professions and Businesses § 43-21A-2

(a) The purpose of this chapter is to provide legal recognition to the professions of industrial hygiene, health physics, and safety, as well as provide assurance to the public that individuals representing themselves as being involved in the professions of industrial hygiene, health physics, and safety have met minimum qualifications, thereby protecting the public health and safety.

(b) This chapter is also enacted for the purposes of:

(1) Prohibiting an individual from representing that the individual is a certified associate industrial hygienist, certified health physicist, certified industrial hygienist, certified safety professional, construction health and safety technician, occupational health and safety technologist, or registered radiation protection technologist unless the individual meets certain qualifications;

(2) Prohibiting a business entity from identifying, representing, or advertising itself as a provider of industrial hygiene, health physics, or safety services furnished by a certified associate industrial hygienist, certified health physicist, certified industrial hygienist, certified safety professional, construction health and safety technician, occupational health and safety technologist, or registered radiation protection technician unless the business entity meets certain qualifications;  and

(3) Providing or recognizing certain qualifications for individuals and business entities using certain titles or making certain representations relating to the provision of industrial hygiene, health physics, or safety services.

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