The trauma and crime scene cleanup company you choose should minimize the exposure to the bio-hazardous material and remove them using the proper personal protection equipment. In addition, they should ensure the hazardous materials are removed and cleaned thoroughly, negating any potential lingering bio-hazardous material that could endanger customers or employees.
What is the IICRC?
The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is a non-profit organization offering training and certifications within the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries. These certifications ensure that those holding them are proficient in their specializations within these industries, many of which fall outside the realm of federal regulations.
What is TCST Certification?
The IICRC currently offers 26 different certifications taught by highly trained, board-approved instructors. The Trauma and Crime Scene Technician (TCST) certification is one such certification.
In addition to sanitizing with sensitivity, TCST certification training focuses on restoring workplaces to a safe standard. These workplaces may contain potentially dangerous bio-hazardous materials from, for example, an accident or crime scene. Blood is the most common, but the inspection, sanitization, and removal of other infectious materials are also covered in the TCST certification training. The certification proves that holders know how to thoroughly assess and clean areas with possible bio-hazardous materials.
The Benefits of a TCST-Certified Company
Since any lingering bio-hazardous materials could endanger workers, using a company that is TCST-certified ensures that the space will be safely returned to its pre-incident condition. Because the trauma and crime scene restoration market is not regulated in Minnesota, TCST certification is critical to identifying competent, trained trauma and crime scene cleanup companies.
Since 1999, Royal Renovations has been proving central Minnesota with disaster renovation services. Our employees have more than 100 years of combined experience, and with the proper certifications, we’re the team you can turn to for help after an accident. Learn more about our certifications on our website, or contact us today.