Crime Scene Cleanup Training

Crime Scene Cleanup Training | Hoarding & Clutter

What is Crime Scene Cleanup?

It's a detailed process of removing blood and body fluids from a crime or trauma scene. Also referred to as Biohazard Remediation, the cleaning process involves the identification and removal of blood and body fluids following a criminal act, trauma related incident or accident. This service is provided after the body or injured person is removed from the scene. Technicians should attend a certified Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course and complete required OSHA courses before attempting to clean a crime or trauma scene.

Biohazard Remediation Income Potential

Crime Scene Cleanup Technicians are paid anywhere from $25 to $55 per hour (or more), depending on their location. Companies can charge upwards of $200 or more per hour for biohazard remediation services. Charges for hoarding cleanup services are a bit less; however, the profit margin is still higher than one would typically see with a traditional cleaning company.

Why Should I Purchase this Course?

Bio-Trauma 911 created its national, one-of-a-kind, crime scene cleanup training certification course in 2008. Over the past 15+ years, we've trained hundreds of new business owners and technicians. Our online certification course is one of the only courses in the country that offers both classroom training and hands-on training through video instruction. Choose from one of several courses, at different price points, that offer crime scene cleanup certification, training in hoarding cleanup, a detailed business module, OSHA mandated training courses, a business forms packet and more. In addition, students who go on to start their own business can also take advantage of our business support & leads package.

Click Online Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course for more information about our certified online course.

What are the Training Topics

Through our online crime scene cleanup course, students receive instruction and certification in: Types and uses of personal protective equipment - Various types and proper use of tools, equipment and chemicals - Methods of crime scene & trauma scene cleanup - Crime scene cleanup & local, state and federal guidelines and regulations - Blood borne pathogens and OSHA regulations & required training courses - Setting up and marketing your new business - Bidding, costs & profit margin - hands-on training - And, more! Our crime scene cleanup and biohazard remediation courses are certified with OSHA compliant training.

Unlike most courses that simply offer PowerPoint slides and PDFs, our training course is video based and portrays professionals who demonstrate the decontamination, deconstruction and biohazard waste disposal process. Instructors also cover federal & state regulations, OSHA standards, bidding, invoicing, customer interaction and so much more.
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If you're interested in starting a crime scene cleanup business and don't know where to begin, I highly recommend starting with the Bio-Trauma 911 Training Course. Bio-Trauma 911 offers the best training in the industry. Their online training course is packed with information to help you learn all there is to know about the crime scene cleanup business. They provide you with all the tools necessary to not only get your business up and running, but to be successful for years to come! Furthermore, their customer service is the best I have seen. They are always available to answer your questions and support you in any way they can. Thanks to their training, I'm confident that I have all the knowledge and support I need to be successful in this industry

Compulsive Hoarding & Biohazard Remediation

It is estimated that there are as many as 19 million hoarders in the United States. Compulsive hoarding is a condition that often times requires the help of companies in this industry. While crime scene cleanup and biohazard remediation is what we may specialize in, hoarding cleanup should be a service you offer.<br><Br>

The FBI reports that in 2021there were 694,050 violent-crime incidents and 22,900 murders in 2021. When you add to these numbers the accidents that involve blood and body fluids, there are well over one million scenes throughout the USA that may need the services of a biohazard remediation company.

Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup Training

Over the years, we’ve been asked to create an online version of our crime scene cleanup training course. For over 18 months, we filmed and edited hours and hours of footage, presentations & instruction. In late 2022, we were proud to launch our online certified crime scene cleanup training course. Through this platform, our students receive video instruction, quizzes, downloadable forms, business documents and biohazard certificates of completion. To learn more about this course, please click the link at the head of this page. 

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