Protecting the Public, Promoting Progress

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The mission of the Department​ of Safety and Professional Services is to promote economic growth and stability while protecting the citizens of Wisconsin as designated by statute.​​

​​​​Online Services Upgrades

The Department of Safety and Professional Services is moving ​the Commercial Building and Elevator programs to our upgraded online system, the Electronic Safety and Licensing Application known as eSLA. eSLA​ will allow you to complete all of your applications, submissions, renewals, and payments related to your credential, permit, or plan review online.

Visit the Customer Information page for​ instructions on first-time login​, and go to esla.wi.gov​ ​​to get started​.​​

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)

Open Records Requests

Plan Review

​​ ​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​COVID-19 UPDATES & INFORMATION

​The Department of Safety and Professional Services has remained in operation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The DSPS walk-up counter in the Hill Farms State Office building is now open to the public. Other DSPS counter locations remain closed. Boards, councils, and committees continue to meet. The public may connect to these meetings remotely. To find instructions, visit the ​​A-Z Boards​ & Councils list and click on the “Meetings Page" link corresponding to the meeting you wish to attend. Connection information will be available no less than 24 hours prior to the meeting. ​​​​

Please check our COVID Information ​page​ for information and communication about COVID-19 department operations and our response. For the most current vaccination information, please visit the DHS COVID vaccination page and subscribe to the DHS COVID ​vaccination newsletter.

​SCAM ALERT: Neither the​ Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services nor regulating or licensing boards (e.g. State Board of Nursing) ​​will contact licensees by phone or fax requesting payment to clear or restore licenses. If you receive a call, email, fax or letter indicating that someone has stolen your license or that there are problems with your license that can be resolved with immediate payment, this could be a scam. Do not give out your personal,​ confidential information to someone claiming to be from a government agency or board.​​​