UOCP Special Announcements
Advisory Board Meeting Agenda 10/28/16
Draft 22.214.171.124 NMAC Code of Professional Conduct
Who Is An Operator?
An “operator” is any person who operates a public water supply system or a public wastewater facility. Read More….
Who Must Be Certified?
According to the Utility Operator Certification Regulation (126.96.36.199.A NMAC), it is unlawful to operator or allow the operation of a public water supply system or public wastewater facility unless the system or facility is operated by or under the supervision of a certified operator who meets or exceeds the appropriate level of certification required to operate the system or facility. Read More….
How do I Become A Certified Operator?
Individuals wanting to become certified water or wastewater utility operators in the State of New Mexico must meet the minimum certification and exam application requirements below: Read More….
The Utility Operator Certification Program (UOCP) administers Water and Wastewater Operators at all public water and wastewater utilities in New Mexico.
This includes development, scheduling and administration of certification examinations, processing applications for certification and renewal, tracking all certified operators continuing education courses, evaluating training courses for relevance to program, tracking compliance with operator certification requirements and working with the New Mexico Water Quality Control Commission and the Utility Operator Certification Advisory Board
2017 Utility Operator Certification Examination Schedule
NOTE: Test Dates, Locations and Fees are subject to change.