Whether you are seeking Crime Scene Cleanup Training, Meth Lab Decontamination Training, or Environmental Disinfection Training, NIDS is creating a new breed of technician….. for a new generation of hazards.
WE OFFER TWO TRAINING OPTIONS:
WE PROVIDE IN-PERSON TRAINING: Some people feel there is no substitute for live classroom training and want the interactive classroom experience in order to ask questions, handle and practice with equipment and hear the questions their classmates ask. Contact NIDS to find out how you can host a course.
WE PROVIDE ONLINE TRAINING COURSES: NIDS now offers our Crime Scene Cleanup Training courses through totally comprehensive online training. Once you sign up, you can take the course at your own pace… stopping whenever you wish, and continuing at your leisure.
By choosing NIDS, you are making the right training choice. Our unparalleled Training Courses offer the best return on your investment by providing the most accurate scientific information available to help you become a leader in your field.
Our courses are designed to give you every possible advantage for success. We are certainly not the cheapest, but quality never is. But don’t just listen to us, click on the STUDENT TESTIMONIALS “READ MORE” BUTTON, on the right side of this page!
NIDS is creating a new breed of technician with the credibility and expertise that government agencies, environmental providers, and the public can rely on.
Kent Berg, ACBTI, is the Director of NIDS. He has taught specialty decontamination of crime scenes, meth labs, disease outbreaks, and other biohazard challenges to over 800 companies across the U.S. , Canada, Australia, and the U.K.; and has provided countless others with technical assistance. Experience: He has supervised the cleanup and disinfection of over 1,000 crime and trauma scenes, and has written five training manuals which are considered by many to be the most comprehensive in the world. In 2001 his company was contracted by the U.S. Government to decontaminate a postal facility within the Veterans Medical Center in Washington, DC that was contaminated with anthrax. He has personally performed Cruise Ship decontamination for Norovirus, and MRSA. As a consultant, he has assisted Cities, Counties and the U.S. military prepare bid requests for biorecovery services, and assisted in creating legislation for biorecovery statutes. Published Works: He is a Freelance Writer for ICS and R&R journals. His articles review the administrative and technical aspects of biological remediation outside of the healthcare environment. Other Accomplishments: Mr. Berg is the Founder, Past President, and currently sits on the board of directors of the American BioRecovery Association. For the past six years he has chaired the IICRC S-540 Consensus Committee for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup Standards.