Why Biohazard Cleanup?

Becoming a crime scene cleaner is a great way to change your career and is your launchpad for starting your own business. Crime scene cleaning is fragmented and there only a handful of companies doing this kind of work. The state of the market gives you the opportunity to open your own business and be very success in a short period of time. This course will give you give you all the information, training, and industry certifications you need to be a successful crime scene cleaner.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to Your Biohazard Cleanup Course

    • Welcome
    • More from The Professor
    • Legal Disclaimer
  • 2

    Tools of the Trade

    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Don and Doff PPE
    • Chemicals
    • Chemicals
    • Equipment & Tools of the Trade
    • Equipment
    • Other Cleaning Supplies
  • 3

    Understanding Biohazards

    • What is Biohazard?
    • Stages of Decomposition
    • What You May See
    • Maggots and Flies
  • 4

    The Dangers of Biohazard Cleanup

    • What To Do When PPE Fails
    • Things You May Come Across
  • 5

    Rodent Droppings and You

    • Why Rodent Droppings Are Dangerous
    • Rodent Dropping Protocols
  • 6

    Tear Gas Cleanup

    • Tear Gas Cleanup Protocol
    • Tear Gas Action Plan
    • Performing the Cleanup
  • 7

    Starting the Job

    • Helpful Tips
    • Assessing the Scene
    • Setting up Your Decontamination Zone
    • Job Start
  • 8

    Performing the Cleaning

    • Biohazardous Materials
    • Cleaning Furniture
    • Carpets and Flooring
    • Cleaning of Textile
    • Linoleum Flooring
    • Dealing with Ceramic Tile
    • Structural Contamination
    • Odor Remediation
    • Suicides
    • Vehicle Decontamination
    • Industrial Accidents
    • Pools of Blood
  • 9

    Finishing the Job

    • Finishing The Job
    • Final Steps
    • Back at the Office
  • 10

    Putting it All Together

    • Putting it All Together
    • Walkthrough 1
    • Walkthrough 2
    • Walkthrough 3
    • Final Exam
  • 11

    Wrapping Up

    • Ordering Equipment and Chemicals
    • Feedback
  • 12

    Course Completion

    • Congratulations

FAQ

  • What is the purpose of this course?

    The purpose of this course is to teach you everything you need to know to be a biohazard cleanup technician.

  • How long do I have to complete this course?

    You have 180 days to complete this course before your enrollment expires.