Mastering Sewage Remediation: A Deep Dive with Staci Sargent

Are you ready to enhance your expertise in handling sewage losses? Join us for an insightful online training session led by the esteemed Staci Sargent of RMS. This two-hour course, scheduled for February 9th, 2024, from 9 am to 11 am Mountain Time, will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage sewage-related challenges. Read on to learn more then contact us with any questions!


Initial Inspection: Navigating the Edge of Contamination

Learn the art of the initial inspection to identify the edge of contamination. Understanding where sewage has spread is crucial for developing an effective and targeted remediation plan. Staci Sargent will guide you through the intricacies of this critical first step in sewage remediation.


Proper Cleaning Techniques: Restoring to Safe Conditions

Discover the materials and contents that can be effectively cleaned and restored to a safe condition. Staci will share insights into cleaning techniques that go beyond the surface, ensuring a thorough and safe restoration process.


Safety First: Protecting Technicians and Property Owners

Safeguarding the well-being of both your technicians and property owners is a top priority. Gain valuable insights into safety protocols and best practices to create a secure environment during sewage remediation projects.

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Containment Strategies: Limiting Contamination and Liability

Containment is key to limiting cross-contamination and reducing liability. Learn about the three types of containment and understand which level is appropriate for each job. Staci Sargent will provide practical guidance on effective containment strategies.


Understanding S500 and S520: Tools for Remediation Planning

Get familiar with the S500 and S520 standards and learn how to incorporate them into your remediation plan. These standards are not just guidelines; they are powerful tools that can elevate the quality of your work. Staci will explain their significance and demonstrate how to use them effectively.


Who Should Attend

This course is perfect for new business owners and water damage technicians seeking to enhance their on-site skills. Whether you're looking to improve your existing expertise or are new to the field, Staci's insights and practical tips will empower you to handle sewage losses with confidence.

Join us for this enriching session at the cost of $150 per attendee. The event runs from 9 am to 11 am Mountain Time on February 9th, 2024. Secure your spot now and invest in your professional development.