eSLA Customer Information

Please note that the Electronic Safety and Licensing Application (eSLA) will undergo maintenance and be unavailable from 6:00 pm on Friday, December 6 to 8:00 am on Monday, December 9.​​​​

​​Online Services Upgrades

In an effort to better serve you, the Department of Safety and Professional Services is moving ​programs to our upgraded online system, the electronic Safety and Licensing Application known as eSLA. eSLA will allow you to com​plete all of your applications, submissions, renewals, and payments related to your credential, permit, or plan review online. 

Improvements to the Cross Connection Control Assembly (CCCA) Renewal Process
The CCCA User Guide contains updated instructions for renewing CCCAs in eSLA.

P​rograms in eSLA

  • Amusement Rides
  • ​​ Delegated Agents
  • Dwelling Contractor Certifications
  • Ski Lifts & Tows
  • Manufactured Homes Licenses and Titling
  • Me​chanical Refrigeration
  • POWTS Plan Reviews
  • Pressure Vessels
  • Public Safety​
  • Gas Systems
  • Public Swimming Pools
  • Plumbing and Plumbing Products
  • Soil Certifications
  • Uniform Dwelling Code (UDC) 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 starting June 10 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 Internet Explorer, 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. 

A. First-Time eSLA User Account Setup

Watch the eSLA Cus​tomer Portal Log In video for a quick walkthrough or complete the steps below. 

If you have previously done business with the Department, follow the DSPS Customer steps:

    1. Go to the eSLA Customer Portal at https://esla.wi.gov. 
    2. Create a new account by selecting the DSPS Customer button.
    3. Select Obtain Security Code and either select Email or Social Security Number (SSN) to link your existing data from the old system to eSLA.
    4. Once you enter your email address or SSN, select Submit.
    5. 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.

    B. Adding a Business Account in eSLA

    Watch the Add a Business in eSLA video for a walkthrough or complete the following steps: 

    1. Go to the eSLA Customer Portal at https://esla.wi.gov
    2. Log in to the right of the page under "Existing eSLA Users" by entering the email and password you used to create your account in section A above.
    3. Hover over your name in the top right corner of the "Dashboard" page, and select Manage Business.
    4. Add an existing business that has been registered with the Department previously by selecting the down arrow to expand the "Add Existing Business" section.
    5. Select Obtain Security Code, then select Email or FEIN to enter the email/FEIN for the business and have the security code sent to the business' email address on file.​
    6. Once you receive the security code, enter it in the Security Code field of the "Add Existing Business" section and select Submit
    7. 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.
    8. Navigate to the Manage Business page to view the business account(s) added in a "Current Business(es)" table at the top of the page.
    9. Add a new business not previously registered with the Department by selecting the down arrow to expand the "Add New Business" section.
    10. Enter the business' details in the fields provided and select Submit to create the business account. 

    Support

    Please view the eSLA FAQs document for answers to frequently asked questions.

    If you have questions or need assistance, contact the DSPS Help Desk at (608) 266-2112 or email eslasupport@wisconsin.gov​. ​​