If you currently offering forensic restoration services, or are thinking of adding it to your service offerings, there is a new training program that can help! This fast-moving Forensic Operator course covers a wide array of concepts, some as a quick review and others in depth, to provide the participants with the “big picture” of a proper forensic response.
The new course will cover cleanup and restoration protocols and techniques for:
- Trauma/crime scene
- Unattended death
- Unsanitary dwellings
- Infectious diseases
- Tear gas/CS gas/irritants
- Illicit drug labs
- Animal infestations
The core course, which is the first of three levels within the Forensic Operator series of courses, will be held in Dallas, Tex. on Feb. 8-10. This structured three-day course is the first one to utilize the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) Forensic Guidelines as the core of the training information. The jam-packed schedule is heavy on hands-on training and provides participants with the OSHA required respirator fit test and Bloodborne Pathogen certificates that are legal necessities for work in this industry.
Everyone participating in the course will need to bring a copy of their medical fitness for duty form from their doctor for wearing any PPE. Participants will take a 50 question test at the end of the course and must get a 70 percent score or higher to pass.
For more information or to register, please call Susan Pinto at Wonder Makers Environmental at 269-382-4154.