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Crime Scene Cleaners Can Help You Move Forward
Few people realize what is left behind for family or friends to deal with once law enforcement releases a trauma scene back to loved ones. At Bio-Tec, we believe that loved ones, especially in the case of a suicide or homicide, should never have to deal directly with the unpleasantness that such events leave behind. Trauma scene clean up is an emerging field that offers a vital service to the survivors of the tragic event and excellent financial rewards to those who decide to make the field their career.
As a certified Bio-Tec representative, there are many procedures that must be followed to insure your professionalism, as well as safety, on the job site. This manual was designed to provide you with a ready reference tool that you can study beforehand and take along with you to the job site. We encourage you to read this manual thoroughly before you go on your first clean up. It details the procedures that you will follow in order to make all of your trauma site sterilization’s go smoothly. 

 

Section 1WELCOME LETTER
Section 2STERILIZATION PROCEDURES
Section 3SHARPS REMOVAL/CHEMICAL USE
Section 4FORM REQUIREMENTS
Section 5PICTURE REQUIREMENTS
Section 6APPEARANCE/DEMEANOR
Section 725 STEP STERILIZATION PROCEDURE
Section 8CHEMICALS/SOLUTIONS
Section 9STERILIZING AGENTS/REAGENTS
Section 10GENERAL PROCEDURES
Section 11PROTECTIVE CLOTHING (PPE)
Section 12SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
Section 13MEDICAL OVERVIEW AND REFERENCES
Section 14COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Lecture 14COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Lecture 15HEPATITIS B
Lecture 16CONSIDERATIONS
Lecture 17OUTCOMES OF THE DISEASE
Lecture 18MODES OF TRANSMISSION
Lecture 19HEPATITIS C
Lecture 20SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
Lecture 21HIV AND THE IMMUNE RESPONSE
Lecture 22TRANSMISSION OF HIV
Lecture 23IMPETIGO:
Lecture 24MENINGITIS
Lecture 25TUBERCULOSIS (TB, CONSUMPTION)
Lecture 26PRECAUTIONS/PREVENTION
Lecture 27EXPOSURE MANAGEMENT
Lecture 28REDUCING YOUR RISK OF EXPOSURE
Lecture 29SUMMARY OF UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS
Lecture 30GLOVING REQUIREMENTS
Lecture 31DISPOSAL OF NEEDLES AND OTHER SHARPS
Lecture 32COPYRIGHT
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