Trauma Scene Cleanup Quick Reference Guide
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Trauma Scene Cleanup Quick Reference Guide
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the got needles?, LLC platform, you may purchase a package of multiple
Trauma Scene Cleanup Quick Reference Guides and download the associated
OSHA compliance files to print and take notes on while spending a fraction of what others charge
you to train your employees.
The Trauma Scene Cleanup Quick Reference Guide can be quite useful for
the property manager evaluating project bids from multiple contractors,
along with, insurance claim agents who review contractor billing. This
guide will be a valuable reference tool for property managers and
insurance claim agents in giving an overview of the inputs exhausted in
trauma related projects and the regulations governing the tasks
associated with these projects.
Residential Property Management Disaster Planning and Response/Chain-of-Responsibility Assignment
Grand Challenges in Environmental Sciences
National Research Council 2001
Grand Challenge 6: Institutions and Resource Use
"The challenge is to develop a systematic understanding of the role of institutions-markets, hierarchies, legal structures, regulatory arrangements, international conventions, and other formal and informal sets of rules-in shaping systems for natural resource use, extraction, waste disposal, and other environmentally important activities."
The infrastructure of systems related to population support across the United States is enormous. There are more than 20,000 water management institutions in the United States (NRC 2001) and according to the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC, www.nmhc.org), there are 18,244,306 rental apartment units with 16,033,231 of these units built prior to the year 2000 (2011 statistics). In these more than 18 million apartment units, 3.6 million apartments had 2 or more bathrooms, 4.5 million apartments had 4 or more stories in their building, and there were 2.3 million units in complexes of 100 or more apartments.
Concentrations of occupied rental apartment units vary in major metropolitan areas. In the greater Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA metropolitan area there was a total population of 5,442,113 with 341,970 occupied units. The Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, MA-NH metropolitan area had a population of 4,640,802 with 324,267 units occupied and Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV housed a population of 5,804,333 with 490,244 occupied rental apartment units.
In California there were 2,758,203 total apartments, 1st in the nation. In the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA area, a population of 13,052,921 had a total of 2,102,973 occupied apartments and the San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA population of 4,455,560 had 399,375 units occupied. The ratio of 151,356 occupied units was lower in the Riverside-San Bernadino-Ontario, CA metropolitan area with a population of 4,350,096 when compared to a Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville, CA population of 2,196,482 with 125,047 occupied apartments.
New York is 2nd in the nation with 2,092,166 total apartments. In the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island area, NY-NJ-PA, the total population was 19,160,024 with 2,102,973 occupied apartments. In comparison to New York, the Baltimore-Towson, MD metropolitan area had a population of 2,753,149 with 171,011 occupied apartments. 3rd in the nation, in Texas there were 1,805,505 total apartments with metropolitan areas such as Houston-Sugarland-Baytown, TX with a population of 6,204,161 with 470,719 occupied units and Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX with a population of 6,647,496 housing 530,416 occupied apartments (NHMC, 2011).
These metropolitan areas also vary in crime rate and natural death occurs and often there are those left unattended that decompose in an apartment, hotel, home, car, RV, or a 3rd party storage unit.
From a property management perspective, you can coordinate not only OSHA compliance training and contingency planning for traumatic events and response but also have a Trauma Scene Cleanup Quick Reference Guide as a reference point in a conversation with an onsite manager. During contact with the onsite personnel, you may discuss contracting compliant 3rd parties for trauma scene cleaning and disinfection services.
The OSHA Standards applicable to these actions are on the 1st page of the Trauma Scene Cleanup Reference Guide including examples of projects responding to disease outbreaks in institutional facilities, disinfection of laboratory coolers, disinfection and demobilization of coroner decomposition coolers in high definition photos. These high definition project photos show examples of personal protective equipment use in the projects and descriptions of the actions are in color-coded numbers on the photos for reference.
While on the phone or on conference, both the manager and onsite supervisor can each review their Trauma Scene Cleanup Reference Guides and discuss task plans for the cleaning of suicides and decompositions in Confined Spaces or the refined Respiratory Protection (OSHA 1910.134) needed for exotic contaminates such as methamphetamine residue and tear gas. Each step of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA.gov) Voluntary Guidelines for Methamphetamine Laboratory Cleanup is documented and an example is shown with a HD photo of the task performance.
This Trauma Scene Cleanup Quick Reference Guide is part of an open-source training platform comprised of a 3 mil laminated UV resistant plastic cover (3 2-sided pages, 6 total pages), with OSHA Standards Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030, Confined Space 1910.146, Respiratory Protection 1910.134, PPE 1910.132, and Haz Com 1910.1200 explained next to HD photo case studies and the associated training material slides for each of these OSHA standards.
Property Managers can use the compliance support and internal training for supervisors on OSHA regulations with project examples that hold attention when explaining task safety. Sustainable safe response task planning can benefit with clear examples of risk manifesting in the form of blood related projects. When faced with the potential of underestimating a risk by not visualizing a very poor outcome, property managers can clearly explain to operational supervisors the need to review or audit for potential unsafe practices on their properties and the guide can assist in articulating plans for response to traumatic events.