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S220: Learn more about the importance of the new ANSI/IICRC S220 Standard for Professional Inspection of Hard Surface Floor Coverings. Watch this short video https://cutt.ly/kcaErE4
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New Law: On January 1, Georgia’s House 417 was put into effect outlining rules for individuals and businesses handling crime, trauma, and death scene cleaning. Learn more about the bill at https://cutt.ly/lcaE1XR. Do you want to get certified as a Trauma & Crime Scene Cleanup Technician? Find a course at https://cutt.ly/DcaEGET.
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