Temporary Massachusetts BBRS Rule Change

On April 14, 2020, the Massachusetts Board of Building Regulation and Standards approved suspending the minimum 6 hour in-person continuing education requirement.

Previous accommodations (that licenses expiring March 10th or later would continue to remain active until 90 days after the end of the state of emergency) have now been terminated.

The new and temporary rule states that:

If you are a Restricted (10hr) or Unrestricted Construction Supervisor (12hr), you may complete the balance of your continuing education online if you meet the following requirements:

  1. Your CSL expired on or after March 10th, 2020
  2. Your license will expire during the state of emergency
  3. Your license will expire within 90 days of the official termination of the state of emergency

The state of emergency is ongoing, and it is not possible to say yet when it will end. This means, for the foreseeable future, all required continuing education may be taken online.

We have put together full 10 and 12 hour packages to help you meet your renewal needs. Please visit our Massachusetts continuing education page for further details.


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