Nebraska Revised Statute 71-8005
Chapter 71 Section 8005
Business enterprise; use of certified industrial hygienist required; when.
A business enterprise shall not identify, represent, or advertise itself as a provider of industrial hygiene services provided by or under the direction and supervision of a certified industrial hygienist or a variation of such words unless the individuals directly employed by such enterprise to actually engage in any business practice which could be classified as industrial hygiene using the services of a certified industrial hygienist satisfy the requirements of the Certified Industrial Hygienist Title Protection Act. The action or intent of any business enterprise to provide for compensation the services of a certified industrial hygienist through subcontracting, subconsulting, or any means other than direct employment of a certified industrial hygienist shall be clearly conveyed in writing by the soliciting business enterprise to the prospective target audience of interest or buyer of such industrial hygiene services.
- Laws 1997, LB 558, § 5.