A Biohazard and cleanup of crime scenes service provider located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is organizing a free seminar about the services available to victims of crime in Minneapolis on September 16th, at 10 am in the company's conference hall. Biohazard Pro Minneapolis will hold the event. It will lead attendees through their in-house course that provides helpful guidelines for biohazard remediation, trauma cleanup, and crime scene cleanup.
The training for cleaning up crime scenes will be streamed via Facebook Live so everyone can view the session. Clean up of crime scenes is not only the responsibility of the police department. It's also the duty of the family members or family members who were the victims. The program will begin with a short talk, followed by the Q&A portion. Everyone is welcome to attend. There are just a few spaces remaining! Make sure to sign up as soon as possible because the event is filling quickly.
Free Training About Crime Victim Services in Minneapolis
The training for crime victim services is available to companies involved in biohazard cleanup and cleanup of traumas, homes inspections insurance firms since they'll need to understand the basics in crime scene cleanup, trauma cleaning, and biohazard decontamination techniques. In addition, contractors of companies that manage the equipment used for biohazard cleanup and crime scene cleaning procedures are also welcome to join the training.
For this victim service course, certified professionals will present the details on biohazard remediation and cleaning of crime scenes. The two-day program includes lectures regarding biohazard cleanup, bloodborne pathogens removal of fluids from bodies cleaning up crime scene the postmortem cleanup, trauma cleanup, and cleaning up crime scenes. The course comes with the added benefit of networking opportunities with other professionals in biohazard cleanup during dinner, the dinner speakers, and networking drinks. To know more about us please check over here.
The topics to be covered in this free training topics include:
The difference between trauma and crime scenes and the best ways to handle them.
Proper equipment and cleaner use
An overview of the procedure employed in the disposal of biologically hazardous substances.
801 12th Ave N Ste 1
Minneapolis, MN 55411