The following videos and user guides have been created to assist you in navigating the new Electronic Safety and Licensing Application (eSLA). Additional resources will be made available in the future.
For more information on eSLA, please visit the
eSLA Customer Information page.
As of April 12, 2021, commercial building and elevator programs are live in the Electronic Safety and Licensing Application (eSLA). Visit
the Customer Information page for instructions on first-time login, and to view the full list of program areas in eSLA.
esla.wi.gov to get started.
The Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) has compiled an eSLA Playlist of instructional videos on YouTube in order to help you use the new system. These videos are linked in the user guides below where applicable. Please
subscribe to the DSPS YouTube Channel to be notified when new videos are added.
eSLA User Guides
|All Program Areas|
|Customer Setup User Guide||Instructions for setting up an eSLA login as a new or existing DSPS customer and associating your login to a business account. Includes information on the relationship between a login and business accounts.|
|eSLA FAQs||Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for topics ranging from login, profile management, and working within eSLA.|
|Glossary||Information and definitions of terms commonly used throughout eSLA and in communications with DSPS staff.|
|eSLA Numbering System||A guide to the eSLA numbering system for applications, permits, credentials, and plan reviews.|
|Transaction Codes||Cross reference transaction codes used in the previous plan review system (Regulated Objects) with those used in eSLA.|
|2% Fire Dues|
Fire Chief User Guide||Instructions for Fire Chief 2% Dues Self-Certification, printing Chief/Inspector Cards, updating information, and more|
|Municipal Clerk User Guide||Instructions for Municipal Clerk 2% Fire Dues Self-Certification, adding/changing Municipality Fire Service, updating information, and more|
|Cross Connection Control Assembly (CCCA)|
CCCA User Guide||Instructions for CCCA Renewals and new CCCA Applications|