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Crime Scene Cleanup Biological Risk Assessment Worksheet


Follow # ______________ Environement/ Building/Residence/Bussiness/Industrial ___________ Cleaners Names

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Field rules follow stanndard operating procedures.

Cleaners must follow procedures for pertinent environmental risks.
Biological Risk Assessment. Type of death scene dictates rules for Biological Risk Assessment. Wet, moist, dry flaky blood and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) follow protocols in SOP. Multiple protocols for cleaning follow complexity of environment's biological load.
it can be used for multiple protocols by referencing its tracking number. Environmental contamination by fluid migration and shock blast may require additional procedures not within the scope of SOP. More stringent cleaning tasks than those below at Section II apply as needed.
Keep a completed copy of this worksheet in your Biosafety Manual. The Biosafety in cleanup follows additional guidance on facilities, work practices, PPE, and environmental surveillance.
Section I: Upon completion of tasks, complete this Section
1. Disinfectants applied _____________________________________________
2. Were exotics applied? Yes No3. Risk Group of Agent (check www.absa.org) 1 2 3 4 {Inactivated agents = Risk Group 1}
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4. Procedure
5. For Risk Group 2-3, is there a splash potential? Yes No
6. For Risk Group 2-3, does the procedure generate aerosol or large concentration? Yes No
(e.g., vortex, aerosol )
Section II: Apply information in the following area as indicated from the above.
1. Environmental and Cleaning Practices Biological Safety Levels (BSLs)
Facility BSL 1 2 3 4 Work Practices BSL 1 2 3 4
2. Biological Safety Equipment for BSL followed.
a. Gloves latex/nitrile required
b. Eye safety glasses goggles + face shield
c. Lab coat white blue smock/coveralls space suit
d. Respirator* N-95/PAPR space suit
3. Personal Protective Equipment Needed for Procedure: (left to right = increased protection)
a. Environmental Monitoring required b. Hearing Conservation Program
4. Environmental Protection and Surveillance
c. Disinfectants recommended* d. Respiratory Protection Program
5. Comments ______________________________________________________________________________
Note: *Vaccines and respirators require separate risk assessments.
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