The Crime Scene Cleanup Industry is one of the fastest growing service industries in the United States. Although most people think that a great deal of training, qualifications and certifications are required to break into this industry, that's not the case. Except for a few states, such as California, crime scene cleanup companies are classified as part of the janitorial industry in most states. Thus if your state allows one to start a janitorial business with no formal training, you can probably start a crime scene cleanup business.
Although training may not be required and there is no governing board that regulates the industry, one should receive proper training before starting a crime scene cleanup company. Your clients, whether commercial or private, will expect the cleanup job to be done in accordance with industry accepted standards. Proper training will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate, bid and properly clean a variety of different crime and trauma related scenes.
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