Why Meth Testing and Cleanup?

Learning to test and cleanup meth is an extremely lucrative part of your crime scene cleaning business. Cleaning up the aftermath of a meth lab is very expensive and time consuming for the homeowner. It can be very hazardous for cleanup crews who are untrained or have no idea what they're doing. That's why we've written this course. We want you to be 100% prepared to safely and effectively decontaminate any space.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome To Your Meth Cleanup Class

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

    Understanding Meth

    • What is Meth?
    • What is a Clandestine Laboratory?
    • Production
    • Red Phosphorus Method
    • Birch Method
    • Amalgam Method
    • One-Pot Method
    • Selected Chemicals Associated with Meth Production
    • Hazards Associated with Clandestine Laboratories
    • Site Health and Safety
  • 3

    Tools Of The Trade

    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Chemicals
    • Equipment & Tools of the Trade
  • 4

    Testing for Meth

    • Things You Should Be Aware of
    • Arriving At The Appointment
    • On Site Inspection
    • Evaluating the Outside of the Property
    • Areas of Contamination
    • Determining Where To Test
    • Placing Templates
    • Testing for Meth
    • Sampling
    • Wipe Sampling
    • Air/Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Sampling and Testing
    • Septic Testing
    • Soil Sampling
    • Water Sampling
    • Chain of Custody Instructions
    • Corrosives
    • Lead and Asbestos
    • Testing Cars for Meth
    • Checklist to Ship
    • Reading Results
  • 5

    Arriving on the Job Site

    • Pre Job Meeting
    • Negative Air/ Air Scrubber
    • Evaluating the Property
    • Drawing your Diagram
    • Home Walkthrough
  • 6

    Performing The Cleaning

    • Site Setup and Decontamination Zones
    • Containment of Contaminants
    • Removal of Contaminated Debris
    • Photographing Work
    • HEPA Vacuuming
    • Decontamination of Tools
    • Decontaminating the Site
    • Decontaminating the Site
    • Decontamination of Attics
    • Kitchen/Bathroom Decontamination
    • Disposal of Effluents from Decontamination
    • Tracking and Disposing of Waste
    • Drying the Home
  • 7

    Finishing The Job

    • Post Cleaning Steps
    • On-Site Job Paperwork
    • Back at the Office
    • Final Report
  • 8

    Wrapping Up

    • Ordering Equipment and Chemicals
    • Important Documents
    • Feedback
  • 9

    Course Completion

    • Congratulations