COVID-19 Industry Specific Certification Courses

Disinfection Certification Courses

  • COVID-19 Introduction to Infection Prevention and Control for Painting Professionals

    The objectives and target audience of this course will be those professional painting employee’s classified under the OSHA Guidelines on preparing the workplace for COVID-19 as low to medium exposure risk.  These workers may include sales reps, administrative staff, in-house custodial staff, estimators, residential painters, and some retail sales personnel. This course will be an Intro to infection prevention and control (IPC) for the safe work practices in the painting industry, as well as the following:


    •    An update and review of current information and latest regulatory requirements on Covid-19
    •    Importance of assessment and risk evaluation when providing client-facing specific services this will cover pre- 
          service screening calls with clients, contact mitigation strategies when entering a residential dwelling, and                            daily routine checklists /interventions in offices, workstations, vehicles and high volume office or retail settings.
    •    Basic principles of sanitizing and disinfecting routinely touched surfaces, equipment, and emergency clean-up                      protocols. 

    •    Important recordkeeping and documentation to assist  in educating clients and homeowners and demonstrating the          painter's 

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    This On-Demand course is a pre-requisite for students looking to take the 2hr or 6hr Disinfection Technician or Disinfection Manager for Painters

  • 2-Hour Disinfection Technician for Painters

    This 2hr online webinar builds upon the information covered in the Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control for Painting Professionals. This course is geared specifically for any painting professional that will conduct more enhanced cleaning sanitizing and disinfecting. This course covers:

     

    • Enhanced Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfection Protocols for fleet vehicles, equipment, homes and businesses.

    • Chemical Disinfection Specifically for COVID-19 and proper chemical safety

    • Personal Protective Equipment and Respiratory Protection

    • Pre painting disinfecting interventions and preparations

  • 6-hour Live Interactive Webinar: Covid-19 Infection Prevention and Control Management for Painting Professionals

    This level of training is tailored specifically for any painting professional or affiliated tradesperson that plays a critical role in the design, implementation and evaluation of an effective infection prevention and control program. This would look at the more managerial or supervisory level employee that would typically be considered a “competent person” under most applicable OSHA standards. This course would cover the following course topics.

     

    • Identification and classification of employee exposure risks

    • The importance of safety data sheets in selecting and using chemical cleaners and disinfectants

    • State of the art disinfection and applications and methodologies

    • Elements of an effective infection prevention and control plan

    • Proper assignment and evaluation of employee personal protective equipment (PPE)

    • Coordination of task specific IPC measures and how to document compliance and Quality Controls

  • Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control for Building Maintenance Professionals 

    In these uncertain times, it is essential for professional building maintenance and management services to modify their standard operating procedures to keep their employees safe and to protect the homeowners and building occupants they serve. This in-depth on-demand training program will assist these professionals build a comprehensive infection prevention/control program and disinfecting protocols to be implemented as we all re-emerge from the shutdowns caused by the pandemic.  

    This on-demand course offers an introduction into the basic principles of Infection Prevention and Control and how they apply to the property maintenance and management industry. The modules presented will cover topics such as

    • The basic makeup and function of the SARSCov2 (Coronavirus)

    • Application of IPC in non-traditional methods and environments

    • Pre-service screening calls with clients, contact mitigation strategies when entering a residential dwelling, and daily routine checklists/interventions in offices, workstations, vehicles and high-volume office or retail settings

    • Best Practices and applications when working in homes and buildings

    This On-Demand course is a pre-requisite for students looking to take the 2hr or 6hr Disinfection Technician or Disinfection Manager for Property Maintenance and Management

  • 2-hour Live Interactive Webinar: Covid-19 Building Disinfection Technician

    This 2hr online webinar builds upon the information covered in the Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control for Building Professionals. This course is geared specifically for anyone that will conduct more enhanced cleaning sanitizing and disinfecting. This course covers:

    • Enhanced Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfection Protocols for fleet vehicles, equipment, homes and businesses.

    • Chemical Disinfection Specifically for COVID-19 and proper chemical safety

    •  Personal Protective Equipment and Respiratory Protection

    • Pre service work disinfecting interventions and preparations

  • 6-hour Live Interactive Webinar: Covid-19 Infection Prevention and Control Management for Building Maintenance/Management Professionals

    This level of training is tailored specifically for any building maintenance professional or affiliated tradesperson that plays a critical role in the design, implementation and evaluation of an effective infection prevention and control program. This would look at the more managerial or supervisory level employee that would typically be considered a “competent person” under most applicable OSHA standards. This course would cover the following course topics.

     

    • Identification and classification of employee exposure risks

    • The importance of safety data sheets in selecting and using chemical cleaners and disinfectants

    • State of the art disinfection, applications and methodologies

    • Elements of an effective infection prevention and control plan

    • Proper assignment and evaluation of employee personal protective equipment (PPE)

    • Coordination of task specific IPC measures and how to document compliance and Quality Controls

  • Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control for Houses of Worship and Faith-Based Organizations

    The CDC says high transmission rates of the virus have been reported from hospitals, long-term facilities, family gatherings, at a choir practice and now church events. The agency is advising faith-based establishments planning to resume in-person operations to be "aware of the potential for high rates of transmission of SARS-CoV-2.  This course looks at the protective measures and routine interventions that can be taken to assure that communities of faith can discern how best to practice their beliefs while keeping their staff and congregations safe.  Millions of Americans embrace worship as an essential part of life.  For many faith traditions, gathering together for worship is at the heart of what it means to be a community of faith. But as Americans are now aware, gatherings present a risk for increasing spread of COVID-19 during this Public Health Emergency.

     

    This on-demand course offers an introduction into the basic principles of Infection Prevention and Control and how they apply to the safe maintenance and operations of many houses of worship. The modules presented will cover topics such as

    • The basic makeup and function of the SARSCov2 (Coronavirus)

    • Application of IPC in non-traditional methods and environments such as pews, vestibules, community rooms, kitchens and clerical offices.

    • Contact mitigation strategies when entering and exiting worship houses and daily routine checklists/interventions to be taken by all involved in continual cleaning and sanitizing projects.

    • Best Practices and applications before, during, and after congregational gatherings

    This On-Demand course is a pre-requisite for students looking to take the 2hr or 6hr Disinfection Technician or Disinfection Manager

  • 2 Hour Live Webinar: Disinfection Technician for Houses of Worship and Faith Based Organizations

    This 2hr online webinar builds upon the information covered in the Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control for Houses of worship and faith based organizations. This course is geared specifically for anyone in the faith based organization taking on the tasks of conducting more enhanced cleaning sanitizing and disinfecting  This course covers:

     

    • Enhanced Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfection Protocols for vehicles, worship/gathering spaces, childcare/Sunday school areas, food pantries and administrative offices

    • Chemical Disinfection Specifically for COVID-19 and proper chemical safety in specialized areas

    • Personal Protective Equipment and Respiratory Protection

    • Pre worship service/ gathering disinfecting interventions and preparations

  • 6-hour Live Interactive Webinar: Covid-19 Infection Prevention and Control Management in Houses of Worship and Faith Based Organizations

    This level of training is tailored specifically for anyone in the faith based organization that  would play a critical role in the design, implementation and evaluation of an effective infection prevention and control program to apply to the facilities. This would look at the more managerial or maintenance director level person that would typically be considered a designated person. Many faith based organizations may perform many jobs using volunteer member assistance, the IPC manager should be the one providing the appropriate level of training to these members.

     

    • Identification and classification of member exposure risks

    • The importance of safety data sheets in selecting and using chemical cleaners and disinfectants

    • State of the art disinfection and applications and methodologies

    • Elements of an effective infection prevention and control plan

    • Proper assignment and evaluation of personal protective equipment (PPE)

    • Coordination of task specific IPC measures and how to document compliance and Quality Controls

  • 2-hr On-Demand: Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control In schools (k-12) and Institutions of Higher Learning

    This on-demand course offers an introduction into the basic principles of Infection Prevention and Control and how they apply to the safe operations and daily interventions needed in schools and educational facilities. The modules presented will cover topics such as
    o    The basic makeup and function of the SARSCov2 (Coronavirus)
    o    Application of IPC in non-traditional methods and environments such as desks, computer stations, 
    o    Contact mitigation strategies when entering and exiting facilities and daily routine checklists/interventions to be taken         by all involved in continual cleaning and sanitizing projects.
    o    Best Practices and applications before, during, and after any in person class sessions.

     

     

     

    This On-Demand course is a pre-requisite for students looking to take the 2hr or 6hr Disinfection Technician or Disinfection Manager Schools (K-12) and Institutions of Higher Learning

  • 2 hour Disinfection Technician for Schools (K-12) and Institutions of Higher Learning

    This 2hr online webinar builds upon the information covered in the Covid-19 Safe Work Practices for Infection Prevention and Control in SCHOOLS (K-12) AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARING This course is geared specifically for anyone in schools taking on the tasks of conducting more enhanced cleaning sanitizing and disinfecting  This course covers: 
    o    Enhanced Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfection Protocols for vehicles, high contact touch surfaces, desks, lockers, restrooms and administrative offices
    o    Chemical Disinfection Specifically for COVID-19 and proper chemical safety in specialized areas
    o    Personal Protective Equipment and Respiratory Protection
    o    Daily disinfecting interventions and preparations

  • 6-hour Live Interactive Webinar: Covid-19 Infection Prevention and Control Management in Schools (K-12) and Institutions of Higher Learning

    This level of training is tailored specifically for anyone in schools (K-12) and would play a critical role in the design, implementation and evaluation of an effective infection prevention and control program to apply to the facilities. This would look at the more managerial or maintenance director level person that would typically be considered a designated person. The IPC manager should be the one providing the appropriate level of training to anyone carrying out enhanced cleaning and disinfecting.

     

    • Identification and classification of member exposure risks

    • The importance of safety data sheets in selecting and using chemical cleaners and disinfectants

    • State of the art disinfection and applications and methodologies

    • Elements of an effective infection prevention and control plan

    • Proper assignment and evaluation of personal protective equipment (PPE)

    • Coordination of task specific IPC measures and how to document compliance and Quality Controls

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