The purpose of this policy is to outline the process to complete when addressing ADA and or accommodation requests received by a certification candidate.
The purpose of this policy is to outline the process to follow when a candidate request to retest for an examination.
The purpose of this policy is to outline the use of trademark and copyright materials. These guidelines are for IBSC/BCCTPC licensees, authorized programs, educators, professional associations, customers, and other parties wishing to use IBSC/BCCTPC?s trademarks, service marks or images in promotional, advertising, instructional, or reference materials, or on their web sites, products, labels, or packaging. Use of IBSC/BCCTPC trademarks may be prohibited, unless expressly authorized.
The purpose of this form is to request proper permission to use the IBSC/BCCTPC logos.
The purpose of this policy is to outline the process for records retention and destruction to ensure the most current version of any document is always available. This policy covers all records and documents, regardless of physical form, and contains guidelines for how long certain documents should be kept and how records should be destroyed. This policy ensures compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, to eliminate accidental or innocent destruction of records and to facilitate the operation of the International Board of Specialty Certification (IBSC) by promoting efficiency and freeing up valuable storage space.
The purpose of this policy is to outline the process to complete when denying access to any IBSC certification that has been revoked or suspended as well as the decision appeal process. Under certain circumstances, certification status may be denied, suspended, or active certification status may be revoked, as outlined in the Denial, Suspension, or Revocation of Certification Policy (below).
The purpose of this policy is to outline the process to complete when denying, suspending, and or revoking a certification.
The Board considers all incidents of misconduct, misrepresentation, noncompliance, fraud, and/or conduct unbecoming of the paramedic profession to be serious ethical issues that could result in disciplinary action, up to and including, revocation of all IBSC credentials.