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Detailed Regulations on the Recognition of Emeritus Diplomate of the JSOT

Detailed Regulations on the Recognition of Emeritus Diplomate of the Japanese Society of Toxicology (JSOT)


JSOT Education Committee
Established on Jun. 17, 2014

1. These detailed regulations were established based on the Regulations on the Certification Program for Diplomate of the Japanese Society of Toxicology (JSOT) (hereinafter referred to as “Diplomate”).
2. Persons who have contributed to the advancement and development of toxicology as Diplomates for a long period of time may be recognized as “Emeritus Diplomates” (honorary title). The English name of this title shall be an “Emeritus Diplomate of the Japanese Society of Toxicology (abbreviation: “Emeritus DJSOT)”.
3. The Education Committee shall recommend persons* satisfying all of the following criteria as Emeritus DJSOT to the President of the Board of Directors.
1). Diplomates of JSOT at the age of 65 or above (as of December 31 of the relevant year).
2). Holding the certification for over 15 years.
3). Candidates themselves are seeking recognition.
4. This recognition program shall be different from the one for Diplomate. Therefore, persons seeking recertification of their eligibility as Diplomates after the age of 66 and satisfying the recertification criteria (Detailed Regulations on the Recertification for Diplomate of the Japanese Society of Toxicology (JSOT)) may recertify their Diplomate eligibility.
5. This recognition program shall be conducted in accordance with these detailed regulations whether or not candidates recertified their eligibility after the age of 65, and fees for recognition shall not be collected.
6. Revision of these detailed regulations shall be discussed at the Education Committee and be approved by the Board of Directors of JSOT.
* Among persons who refused to recertify their Diplomate eligibility prior to the establishment of these detailed regulations, those who are judged to have professional experience equivalent to or exceeding the criteria specified in the section 3 by the Chair of the Education Committee may be recommended for recognition.

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