Trauma Scene Remediation (MR-211)
MR-211 is a comprehensive course covering trauma scene cleanup and decontamination. Attendees will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge required to properly evaluate, clean and decontaminate a site following a human trauma event.
Length: 2 days Certification: RSA Certification Fee: $40.00 USD*
Microbiology: Microbiology of human bodily fluids and potential pathogenic implications
Regulations: OSHA, CDC, FDA and State requirements, regulations and recommendations
Psychological Issues: Psychological issues related to surviving family, occupants, and workers
Health & Safety: Lines of defense, Immunizations, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Biocides: Discusses why and how to use antimicrobials and biocides
Work Practices: Equipment, supplies and processes for structure and contents decontamination
Odor Control: Discusses methods and procedures to control and remove odor
Work Practices: Processes for cleanup/remediation of both structure and contents
HVAC Systems: Provides methods for evaluating restoration processes and feasibility
Putrefaction: Managing trauma scene cleanup after significant time has allowed putrefaction
Case Study: Utilizes actual project files to illustrate full cleaning and decontamination process
Certification is administered by the Restoration Sciences Academy. Students will be provided the opportunity to challenge the RSA MR-211 exam at the conclusion of the program. Upon successful completion of the exam, students will be registered with RSA and receive both a certification card and certificate from the most trusted education provider in the cleaning and restoration industry. RSA trains more than 8,000 professionals in cleaning and restoration annually, more than any other education provider.
Richard (Dick) Driscoll, Professor
Dick is a Professor at Webster University where he provides graduate and under graduate level lectures on Marketing, International Business Management and Business Metrics. As the co-owner and General Manager of Mayhem & Mishaps Inc., Dick operated one of the largest restoration companies in South Carolina. Demand for his experience and expertise led Dick to become a full time instructor, consultant and witness in the field of business and restoration. Dick has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson College of Technology, an MBA from the University of Dayton and is currently working on his Doctorate. He is an IICRC Certified Master Cleaner, Master Restorer and an active member of the Mid-South Professional Cleaning Assoc. Dick has published articles in major industry magazines and presented papers on the subjects of clean up and decontamination of sewer back flows and crime/trauma scenes. He has been consulted by state governments on legislation related to the cleaning and restoration industry. He is also an IICRC approved instructor for the 3-day Water Damage Restoration School.
*Certification fee may be included in your registration fee. Please check with the event sponsor to determine if this fee will be collected separately.