IICRC Trauma & Crime Scene Clean-Up Technician Course

ABRA Crime and Trauma Cleanup Restoration Course - crime scene cleanup, blood cleanup

Our IICRC Trauma & Crime Scene Clean-Up Technician Course provides students with the training and knowledge they required to successfully perform their role to the highest level of industry standards. By completing this course you will obtain IICRC accreditation.

Currently, popular media presents this industry as being glamorous and high tech. The reality can be an far from this picture painted on TV. The nature of this work requires attention to detail and a comprehensive plan to ensure everything is attended to.  Should this be viable for your business, then it can become a powerful value add on to the service you offer.

Due to the nature of this industry, the psychological health of you and your team need to be supported as a result.

To find out when the next course is scheduled, please see our Course Dates.

This IICRC course teaches methods to safely decontaminate properties that have once been the scene of a crime, death or other biological release event.

The IICRC Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup Course will give you in-depth knowledge about the risks that you may face in crime & trauma scenes, the different issues which may arise and learning the correct methods of remediation and decontamination.

With a strong focus on practical training, occupational health and safety and personal protective equipment (PPE), this course is an absolute must for anyone looking to enter into this specialised market or is already providing this service. The course will also teach the inspection and investigation of blood and other potentially infectious material (OPIM) contamination and for establishing work plans and procedure

  • Principles of Trauma and Crime Scene Clean-up
  • Safety and Health
  • Biocide and Antimicrobial Technology
  • Administrative Procedures, Documentation, and Risk Management
  • Inspection and Preliminary Determination
  • Equipment and Tools
  • Limitations, Complexities, Complications, and Conflicts
  • Structural Remediation
  • Vehicle and Machinery Construction
  • Contents Remediation
  • Containment and Disposal of Waste or Sharps
  • Confirmation of Cleanliness

Course graduates will gain hands-on experience working in a simulated environment during this course, and will leave with an understanding of the risks posed on the job, and how to minimise these risks.

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