The class complies with OSHA’s employer requirements for Bloodborne Pathogens Training. It also complies with industry guidelines for cleaning up trauma scene waste. In California, the class also complies with the California Medical Waste Management Act that governs the generation, handling and disposal of trauma scene waste. The second day of class will include a hands-on training session on cleaning up a trauma scene. Respirators and PPE’s will be worn during this training. On course completion there will be a written test. Students will receive an OSHA bloodborne pathogens certificate. Mr. Moffett will include in his presentation the following: a) key elements for developing a training section of their Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) manual involving Trauma Scene Management; b) drafting a contract; c) pricing; and d) marketing.
- Federal OSHA & California OSHA blood borne pathogens regulations
- California Medical Waste Management Act
- California Regulations: Learning the basic principles in cleaning up blood and other potentially infectious materials
- Basic principles in managing long-term death scenes
- What is an MSDS?
- Site assessment and Set-up and post project evaluation
- Working with police and other agencies, managing fire damaged and teargas contaminated buildings where human blood is present
- Information on how to register with the State of California as a Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioner
- New: pot-house and fentanyl clean-up!
- Odor and Tear gas control
- Hands on training
- Passing a competency test to receive Certificates of Completion
- OSHA bloodborne pathogens certificate
- IICRC Continuing Education Credits