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Comprehensive Deodorization & Decontamination (OCT)

“My 3 dogs, 11 cats, and 2 hamsters have been living on my carpet for the last 6 years. We have a “slight” odor problem, so I thought I’d give you a chance to get rid of it. You do have something you can spray around to take care of the odor don’t you? Is it going to cost more than $4.95?

Or how about, “The odor isn’t that bad. We found grandpa’s body after only a week; we removed the carpet and subfloor. All we need you to do is to fog a miracle product to remove the odor. We want to move in tomorrow.”

Sound familiar?!! Seems like contractors who attend this course fall into one of two categories: those who want to know about urine odor removal, or those who want to know how to handle problems normally covered by insurance – smoke, death scene, vandalism, etc.

“So what’s the course cover?” you ask. Actually, it’s divided into 4 sections or “modules” that include the following:

General Concepts

We begin with a few general concepts, like how odor is perceived; odor types; the difference between “real” and “psychological” odor; how odor is amplified, and how it penetrates surfaces.

  • Basic Deodorizing Principles – Next we move to the all-important 4 principles of deodorization – essential for any professional to memorize!
  • Deodorizing Concepts (Agents) – We’ll discuss 7 different deodorizing concepts: masking, absorbing, pairing, disinfecting, digesting, oxidizing, sealing, along with the chemical agents used with each.
  • Equipment Options – We’ll show and/or demonstrate: sprayers, deodorant diffusers, ULVs, thermal foggers and ozone units, along with all the precautions for use. Odor and Microorganisms – Get the latest on fungi, bacteria, viruses, endotoxins, mycotoxins; the 6 requirements for growth, and the 2 steps in positive control and elimination.
  • Animal Urine – the basics! – Ever wonder why our precious pets do what they do? Find out why, where, and how to locate urine.

Structure

We’ll cover step-by-step procedures for:

  • Animal Urine – simple confined-area procedures, right up to the complex overall-contamination situations. See what 57 cats can do to a house!!!
  • Freezer Power Failure – video-taped restoration procedures.
  • Decomposed Animal – How to locate, sanitize, and eliminate the odor. For strong stomachs!
  • Skunk Odor – Get the latest formula for sure-fire elimination.
  • Summary of Rules for Bloodborne Pathogens – In less than an hour, we’ll teach you the basics of OSHA compliance, along with real-life procedures for handling death scenes.
  • Smoke Odor – We’ll cover both grease fires effecting confined areas, and overall contamination, or “gutted-room” situations.

Contents

Under contents, we’ll discuss deodorizing carpet, upholstery, draperies, wood furniture, and clothing

Automotive

This includes protein odor in cars, (milk, fish spills), all the unsavory accident, murder, suicide situations, and smoke odor too.

All in all, this IICRC-approved course is one that any deodorizing professional can’t afford to miss. Already Certified? Remember, you can re-attend for CECs. Ask about discounts for technicians already certified in odor control.

Money-back guarantee! OK. Here’s the fine print. Sign up for our course and if, by noon, you aren’t convinced it’s the most information-filled, action-packed course you’ve ever attended, simply say, “I’m out of here.” We’ll refund 100% of your tuition and provide a written apology for wasting your time. That’s how confident we are that you’ll be totally pleased with your investment in money, and, more importantly, with your time.

Ready for a quality commitment? . . Well, that’s the scoop. Now it’s up to you. You can continue to make excuses (costs too much, out of the way, too much time, not worth the effort), or you can get on the cutting edge of industry technology. Just pick up the phone and call 800-455-4278 or 334-446-1531 or Contact Us with your questions and we’ll be glad to help you become a true cleaning professional.

 

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