The Biohazard Safety Training Workshop will provide law enforcement and first responders with a working knowledge of the necessary steps to safely and correctly navigate through scenes contaminated with suspected fentanyl & other biohazards.
Attendees will examine the various types of bio-hazardous environments police officers most often face: the proper methods to assess risk to police officers and first responders; how to navigate safely within a bio-hazardous scene and what tools are necessary to properly collect evidence in a crime scene that poses a bio-hazardous threat.
All blood borne pathogens and biological/biohazardous threats will be touched upon (i.e. HIV, Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, MRSA, feces, bed bugs, chemical suicides, needle sticks, fentanyl etc.) The drug safety course covers fentanyl, meth, club/emerging drugs, and plants. After the seminar, the participant will understand the necessary procedures in safely processing a crime scene that poses a bio-hazardous threat to police officers.
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