CBRNE is a hazardous waste operation and emergency response situation that requires decontamination training for all companies. Clean Solutions™’ decontamination team receives this training. We follow the OSHA HAZWOPER guide (29 CFR 1910.120(q).
We also, as required by law, provide all employees with appropriate levels of personal protective equipment (PPE) under the HAZWOPER standard (29 CFR 1910.120(q)) subpart 1. The PPE used depends on how hazardous the substance release is, which includes the quantity and potential health effects to workers. Workers involved in decontamination work should also have proper immunizations including Tetanus A and B.
Clean Solutions™ offers specialized training through both national and independent companies. We can create certified restorers by sending our specialists to OSHA and IICRC courses. These commercial restorers can then specialize in different areas. The following areas are covered by our commercial water damage restoration specialists:
HAZWOPER training covers a range of topics related to Hazardous Waste Operations (HAZWOPER) and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER). It includes site characterization, hazardous chemicals and radiation hazards (PPE), as well as decontamination methods.
This course will teach you how to respond to hazardous waste emergencies and how to safely handle them. Complementary to OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.120 (e)(3) standards.
A qualified vendor should be able to produce these documents on-site if required.
OSHA’s 10-hour Outreach General & Healthcare Industry course is an overview of occupational safety and health. OSHA’s Outreach Training Program is designed to increase awareness about OSHA 29 CFR 1910 safety measures.