Online Services Upgrades
In an effort to better serve you, the Department of Safety and Professional Services has moved all Division of Industry Services programs to our upgraded online system, the Electronic Safety and Licensing Application known as eSLA. eSLA allows you to complete all of your applications, submissions, renewals, and payments related to your credential, permit, or plan review online.
Previous account information has been migrated to eSLA but
all customers must complete registration on
eSLA in order to link existing information from the old system to the customer's eSLA account. New customers will need to create an account before submitting plans or permits. The
eSLA Customer Portal Log In video provides a quick walkthrough of the process.
To help you prepare for the transition, we offered a live,
eSLA training webinar on Friday, April 2, 2021. Thank you to those who were able to attend! The
eSLA Webinar & Demo was recorded and is available on demand, along with the
webinar slides presented during the webinar. Our office is in the process of responding to the questions raised at the webinar and we encourage all customers to view the presentation.
Programs in eSLA
2% Fire Dues
Cross Connection Control Assemblies
- Dwelling Contractor Certifications
- Manufactured Homes Licenses and Titling
- Mechanical Refrigeration
- Mine Safety
Plumbing and Plumbing Products
- Pressure Vessels
- Public Safety (Injury and Illness Reporting)
- Public Swimming Pools
Ski Lifts & Tows
- Soil Profession Certifications
- Uniform Dwelling Code (UDC) Inspection Certifications
- UDC Inspection Agency Registration
Public Lookup is also live for these programs in eSLA.
If you are conducting business in these program areas,
you must begin using the Electronic Safety and Licensing Application (eSLA) system to submit plan reviews, schedule inspections, make online payments, and conduct license look-ups with DSPS. See instructions below on how to use eSLA.
We recommend using the latest version of Chrome for the best eSLA experience.
If you prefer Safari, Firefox, or Edge, please make sure you are using the latest version.
How to Use eSLA
To set up your eSLA account, first complete section A below and then associate any business accounts following steps in section B. Once you complete the initial eSLA account setup in section A, log in as an existing user to the right of the eSLA Customer Portal page every time you return.
First-Time eSLA User Account Set
eSLA Customer Portal Log I Customer Setup User Guide for more details on account setup.
If you have previously done business with the Department, follow the DSPS Customer steps:
Go to the eSLA Customer Portal at https://esla.wi.gov.
Create a new account by selecting the
DSPS Customer butto
Obtain Security Code and either select Email or Social Security Number (SSN) to link your existing data from the old system to eSLA.
Once you enter your email address or SSN, select Submit.
Select Continue Registration to complete the Existing User Registration page once you receive your security code, and select Submit.
If you have never done business with the Department, select
New DSPS Customer and enter your information to create a new account.
Adding a Business Account in eSLA
Add a Business in eSLA video for a walkthrough or complete the steps below. See the Customer Setup User Guide for more details on account setup.
Go to the eSLA Customer Portal at
Enter the email and
password you used to create your account in section A above.
Hover over your name in the top right corner of the "Dashboard" page, and select
Add an existing business that has been registered with the Department previously by selecting the down arrow to expand the "Add Existing Business/Organization" section.
Obtain Security Code, then select
FEIN to enter the email/FEIN for the business and have the security code sent to the business' email address on file. You may need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain an existing security code.
Once you receive the security code, enter it in the
Security Code field of the "Add Existing Business/Organization" section and select
On the prompts that appear, select
Continue to proceed with the process, select
Submit to begin the user upgrade, and select
Return to Dashboard once finished.
Navigate to the
Manage Business/Organization page to view the business account(s) added in a "Current Business(es)" table at the top of the page.
Add a new business not previously registered with the Department by selecting the down arrow to expand the "Add New Business" section.
Enter the business' details in the fields provided and select
Submit to create the business account.