Attention all business owners, commercial cleaners and those who may be asked to participate in the clean-up of an affected property:
Do you know the facts, understand all the risks, and have the right protocols in place to safely make safe an infectious site?
This self-paced training course is your chance to gather vital information before taking on a DISINFECTION or SANITIZATION job. It will help you: understand verbiage; limit your business liability insurances; establish yourself as a reputable solution.
Who this training course is for
When cleaning sites of infectious disease and biohazards, you must consider the following; Validation, Quantification, Verification!
What is Validation, Quantification, Verification?
If you’re thinking of adding infectious disease and biohazards controls to your current business model, the educational information in this self-paced training course is a MUST, to help you manage your business risk.
About the trainer
With over 20 years’ experience, Phill McGurk, founder and director of Disaster Recovery Qld (DRQ) has established a reputation for the remediation of biohazards and infectious diseases. I was asked by colleagues, suppliers and loved ones to assist in creating Measurable Protocols and to debug the “CRAP”.
The journey started during the development of my own company’s protocols and procedures for our team members, their families, and clients requiring emergency assistance.
What you will learn
This self-paced training course includes proven techniques that will help you understand the risks, and set yourself up for success by making infectious disease and biohazard controls a viable investment.
Before deciding to jump in feet first, ensure you understand some of the following requirements:
- How will you or your company manage to work fully “Garbed”?
- How will you or your company control the transfer of pathogens from work to home?
- Do you have all the correct insurances?
- Do you have the appropriate PPE, and have you and your staff been properly fit tested?
- Your chemicals; will you inadvertently introduce or leave something harmful at the site that wasn’t there before?
- Will your chemicals have secondary effects that may cause harm or even death to those with an autoimmune deficiency?
- Could you ensure that the processes that you or your company have developed can be quantified by a third party?
- Could you scale quickly if required?
- Do you have enough of the correct chemicals, PPE and staff to provide the service required when dealing with people's health?
- Do you have the correct applicator for the job?
- Have you thought about other markets that may be available to you, if you’re already set up for infectious diseases and biohazards?
This self-paced training course is a chance for you to gather some vital information before taking on a DISINFECTION or SANITIZATION job. It will help you: understand verbiage; limit your business liability insurances; establish yourself as a reputable solution.
The object of this educational, self-paced training course is to gather a general understanding of the real risks associated with biohazard cleaning. You will need to take the time to ensure all your paperwork, insurances, and knowledge of the chemicals and materials you’re using, including what can be used and the advocacy of the chemicals you choose, are right for the application.
This is real. This is the new norm. If you’re not current, you’re out of date.
This self-paced training course is a small price to pay for your education and the life of your livelihood.
You’re only one click away from empowering yourself, and justifying your value.
Know the real facts
Misconceptions around managing biohazards; what they are, versus the real facts.
Understand the risks
Before you commit to a biohazard clean-up, understand the risks involved to you, your company and your people, and how to make sure you’re safe to enter the next property.
Justify your value
How to justify the costs involved, and explaining the methodology to your approach and why.
Infectious disease and biohazard clean-ups, due to their nature, require a specialised approach. Our training course will introduce you to the correct procedures, processes and protocols that you need to safely clean an infectious disease or biohazard site. We dive into some of the common misconceptions that can put you at risk, and help you identify what you need to do to ensure you are compliant, have the correct insurances in place, know what chemicals you need and how to apply them.
No. This is a self-paced, virtual training course.
But do keep an eye out. As we develop the training course, there will be new content and add-ons, including training videos and up-to-date information.
Our infectious disease and biohazard self-paced training course will help you understand the steps you need to take to safely make safe a site using verifiable protocols.
The protocols that you need depend greatly on the site you are cleaning. Firstly, consider your entry and exit points—you don’t want people re-entering and re-contaminating the area—you may need security, or additional staff to secure the area. Secondly, consider your cleaning protocols, for example, how are you using your cloths? What chemicals are you using and how? And thirdly, consider how you are verifying that you are cleaning the site to a safe level.
The infectious disease and biohazard self-paced training course is an investment in your business. It will empower you to evolve your current business model and open up new opportunities and revenue streams, resultant of today’s pandemic, for example, necessary services like taxies, and public transport, or industries that want to re-open quick-smart, like pubs and clubs.
What you learn in the training course is transferable, and will help you establish yourself as a trusted and verifiable provider.
Our infectious disease and biohazard self-paced training course is delivered through a series of pre-recorded videos, slideshows and resources. It aims to give you the tools and information you need to add infectious disease and biohazard controls to your current business model. We help you: understand the facts and risks; manage the risks; establish validation, qualification and verification; identify the right PPE, chemicals, tools and application methods; establish processes and protocols to eliminate hazardous transfer; and justify your value.
To answer this question, ask yourself; is it verifiable? Answering this question is dependent on factors like your specific business model, the chemicals you use and what they do, and even your suppliers. While we can’t answer this question for you, we can empower you to make the decision.
Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the real facts, to understand the risks, and to justify your value.
Disclaimer: At the time of publication the information provided was true to be known. Further research and checking for latest updates should be considered. Publication may be subject to change at the developers discretion.
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