Amdecon Meth Lab Decontamination
Methamphetamine Lab Decontamination Specialist Training ($395.00)
Attention business owners: We have two versions of this training. We have the “with business” version which includes teachings about pricing and marketing and we have the “without business” version for your employees that are “techs” only. This way they won’t get the idea of quitting and becoming competitor. Protect your business!
Details: 12 hours in length + 2 hours exam time (143 True/False and multiple choice questions. Unlimited exam attempts.) 2 IICRC CECs.
Your investment in your future is only 395.00 and your certification exam is included.
The terms clandestine drug lab cleanup, meth lab cleanup, drug lab remediation, clandestine lab remediation, user lab cleanup, etc., all refer to the act of rendering a property safe or decontaminating an area, property, or vehicle that has been used to manufacture or consume illegal drugs. The goal is to remediate the chemical residue left behind at a clandestine drug lab or user lab, which could be a lab that grows marijuana, hallucinogenic mushrooms, ecstasy, PCP, LSD, methamphetamine, designer drugs, etc. A user lab refers to a location where someone has used any of these drugs; such as smoking meth.
Meth lab decontamination is now safer for workers than ever before!
With the advent of the new “shake and bake” or “one-pot” recipes, the number of methamphetamine labs is growing exponentially around the globe.
The upside of that for the drug lab remediator is two-fold:
1) There are more meth labs to cleanup.
2) The new recipes involve fewer hazardous chemicals.
What does this mean for you?
There are more labs to decontaminate, more money to be made, and your work has just become much safer.
This is the best time to get into meth lab cleaning and decontamination.
Here are just a few of the topics covered:
Introduction to meth and meth production
What is a clan lab?
What is meth?
Three categories of meth labs
History of meth
How is meth used?
Where do you find meth labs?
Personal risks associated with meth use
Pseudoephedrine and methamphetamine chemical structure
What does meth look like?
Methods of producing meth
Types of cleanups
Chemical hazards associated with meth
Corrosives in drug labs
Hazards of reactive chemicals
Applicable federal regulations
Local, state, and federal meth lab regulations and guidelines
EPA renovate, repair and painting rule
Tools, equipment, and supplies
Safety and heat stress equipment and supplies
Personal protective equipment
Sampling tools and supplies
Decontaminating meth labs
Preliminary site assessment
Areas of contamination
Work plan template for the decontamination of illegal drug manufacturing sites
Pre-decontamination sampling plan
Waste disposal plan
Post-decontamination sampling plan
Soil sampling overview
Decontamination procedure requirements for heavily contaminated areas
Decontamination procedure requirements for areas with low-level contamination
Encapsulation procedure requirements
Cleanup procedures for structures and vehicles
Types of detergent washing
Hydrogen peroxide usage
Encapsulation or sealing
Regulated and non-regulated states
After completion you will know:
What a meth lab is.
How meth is made.
What different recipes are used.
What hazards are associated with Clandestine Drug Lab remediation.
What regulations are involved.
What equipment and tools are used.
What the different cleanup methods are.
How to work safely.
How to do the job right the first time.
How to create a new revenue stream performing meth lab remediation for property owners.
How to specialize in meth testing.
The differences between the various decontamination procedures.
Where does the work come from.
How to price meth lab jobs.
The most current production methods and how to remediate them.
And thousands of other topics.
We cover everything from A to Z.
All of this is included in one low price!
Sign up now and you can be an Amdecon Certified Meth Lab Cleaner and Decontamination Specialist in just a few days.