Why NIDS?

Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup / BioRecovery

 

Course Introduction:

Whether you call it CRIME SCENE CLEANUP, TRAUMA SCENE RECOVERY, FORENSIC RESTORATION OR BIORECOVERY, training is a must.

FOR IN-PERSON TRAINING, click our “Schedule” button to see our upcoming three or four-day course’s dates and locations, or email us at info@nidstraining.com to discuss hosting a course at your location.  Pricing is dependent on number of students and location.

ONLINE TRAINING WILL BE $699.00 , BUT WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL LATER THIS YEAR.   PLEASE CHECK BACK.  (most students take this at their own pace, usually completing the course in less than ten days.)

Course Description:

This course was designed to convey the most scientifically accurate information in a way that is incredibly interesting and easy to understand.    Twenty chapters of our comprehensive course material includes:

Introduction to microbiology; disease and defense; orientation to bloodborne pathogens; protecting yourself on the job; intro to HAZCOM and SDS; confined space operations; lockout/tagout; other regulated hazards; biorecovery equipment & supplies; specialty equipment and its use; chemicals of biorecovery; containment of sharps and waste; biohazard cleanup; decomposition and its odors; non-biohazard cleanup; transport of regulated medical waste; crime scenes; dealing with family and survivors; dealing with psychological stressors; legal issues and documentation; photographing the scene; dealing with the media.

Background Information: 

This comprehensive course is taught by Kent Berg, author of the world-renowned textbook, “Crime and Trauma Scene Bio-Recovery.” Mr. Berg is the founder of the American BioRecovery Association (the international, non-profit trade association for the Crime Scene Cleanup industry) and serves as the chair of the IICRC S-540 standard for trauma and crime scene cleaning.  He is considered one of the pioneers in developing this industry and is a consultant to the government and the courts.  Mr. Berg takes you through every aspect of decontaminating crime, accident and decomposition scenes.  A certificate is awarded to graduates, and Continuing Education Units (or CEU’s) are awarded from the IICRC and ABRA to qualified restoration professionals.  Successful course completion makes you eligible to challenge the ABRA National Registry Exam and the IICRC Certificate exam.  If you are going to invest in training, choose the course that is the most comprehensive and qualified.  Choose NIDS.

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