Mark Krop
Online Course
Course Certificate
(80% of quiz marks)
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There are eight general principles used in the remediation of blood, body fluids, and Other  Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) affecting structures, contents, exterior locations, vehicles,  and other materials. Applying these principles may require a multi-disciplinary approach involving  the understanding of building construction, vehicle construction, and other areas of expertise. All  human blood and OPIM, regardless of their source, shall be considered potentially hazardous.  Animal blood and their OPIM should be considered potentially hazardous. Remediation of animal  blood and their OPIM is beyond the current scope of this document.

Section 1Scope, Purpose, and Application
Section 2References
Section 3Definitions
Section 4Principles of Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup
Section 5Safety and Health
Section 6Antimicrobial (biocide) Technology
Section 7Administrative Procedures, Project Documentation, and Risk Management
Section 8Inspection and Preliminary Determination
Section 9Equipment and Supplies
Section 10Limitations, Complexities, Complications, and Conflicts
Section 11Structural Remediation
Section 12Vehicles and Other Machinery Remediation
Section 13Contents Remediation
Section 14Packaging, Transport, and Disposal of Medical Waste
Section 15Confirmation of Cleaning