Course Cost: $265.00
Are you aware items used in making meth can be bought just about anywhere? Did you know that areas where meth has been used can off-gas VOC's from the stains left?
Meth labs can be virturally anywhere. The use of meth inside can leave stains which will off-gas volatile organic compunds. This course will provide information on how to identify if a meth lab is present and how to perform a simple screen test to identify if meth has been present in an area.
This course has been designed for inspection purposes only and is not certified for decontamination, even though it covers how to remediate a building.
Laying the Foundation for Meth and Clan Labs
Items and Chemicals That May be Used in Manufacture
Legislation and Guidelines
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Levels of Protection
Gathering Proper Information
Analysis and Lab Interpretation
Developing a Work Plan
Proper Forms and Photos
Overview of Decontamination Procedures
Continuing Education Credits
CEU's for this style of learning are available for the following professional and State organizations;
InterNACHI - 8 CEU's
Mississippi Home Inspection Licensing Board - 8 CEU's
Environmental Solutions Association (ESA) has researched the most accepted industry practices in an effort to develop inspection standards for a professional inspector to follow. ESA, one of the premier environmental training service companies in the United States, has formed a strategic business relationship with top laboratories, various national organizations and other training associations in an effort to develop industry standards, procedures and sampling protocols for methamphetamine and clandestine lab investigations.