Our next training dates are as follows:
Training Dates in 2013
- 11th, 12th and 13th March 2013
- 20th, 21st and 22nd May 2013
- 9th, 10th and 11th September 2013
- 18th, 19th and 20th November 2013
- Training in cell cleaning
- Training in contaminated vehicle valeting
- Training in crime scene clean up
- Training in hypodermic needle collection
- Training in removing contaminated flooring without damaging services
- Training in pest control
- Training in tendering for crime scene cleaning work
- Training in local marketing and advertising
- Training in deodorising
- Chemical and equipment purchasing
- Health and safety
- Risk assessments
- Method statements
- Displays, Practical demonstrations, qualified instructors
- Course Examination and certification
The qualifications of the trainers are as follows:
Prof. Moray Anderson, BSc (Hons), PhD, FRES, CIBiol a truly respected entomologist, holding positions at the university of Birmingham and Florida.
Julie Roberts, has worked within the cleaning industry for 16 years at Chemspec Europe I.I.C.R.C. qualified. My professional role involves training throughout Europe in all aspects of chemical use and applications plus technical support for all the major national restoration franchises, is currently involved in a major international trial within the NHS in the search for a new solution to infection control.
Joseph Bath, Oftec registered plumber, qualified carpenter and has had experience in the safe removal of contaminated flooring with Ultima cleaning ltd for the passed 4 years
Wayne Voller. HSE
Ben Giles has 18 years experience in the cleaning industry. He has personally cleaned and sanitised over 300 properties where death has occurred. He has cleaned hundreds of custody cells and hundreds of vehicles where body fluid has been spilled. He has grown a company in west Wales from nothing, now employing 75 staff, working throughout the UK. He is the MD of 3 other cleaning companies.
All work the NASCS secures in your area will be forwarded to each member in that area. This includes crime scenes, hypodermic needle collection and contaminated cell and vehicle valeting.