|Biohazard, Crime and Trauma Scene Cleaning|
|Cost:||£295 (fee remission may be applicable)|
The course involves studying five units, which relate to Biohazard cleaning and cleaning up trauma scenes. Trauma scenes can include crime scenes, police cells, detention areas, residential properties and prison cells. The units look at preparation for and undertaking of cleaning trauma scenes.
What will I learn?
You will be able to clean bodily fluids and remove hazardous items such as sharps and items contaminated by bodily fluids. You will be able to prepare to segregate and remove waste from a trauma scene.
You will be able to handle clinical waste and understand the factors that make handling clinical waste high risk. Both units cover the safe use and disposal of PPE and hazardous items. You will also know about the importance of proper infection control procedures and understand how to prevent dermatitis and other skin conditions.
• Prepare to work in the cleaning industry.
• Controlling dermatitis and skin reactions.
• Prepare, clean and dispose of bodily fluid at a trauma scene.
• Prepare and remove hazardous items at a trauma scene.
• Infection control within the cleaning industry.
How will the course be assessed?
It is assessed by completion of online learning modules and a workbook and 1 day of practical assessment at the college.
Upon successful completion of the course, you may progress onto any of the following qualifications:
• QCF Cleaning and Support Services Level 2
• QCF Cleaning Principles level 2
• Further City and Guilds Practical Cleaning Skills