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St Marys Man Completes Training as a Crime and Trauma Bio-Recovery Technician
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St Marys Man Completes Training as a Crime and Trauma Bio-Recovery Technician

 

Rana Killough, owner of Paul Davis Emergency Services in Camden County, GA, recently announced that Paul Drayton, her husband and business partner has successfully completed training as a Crime and Trauma Bio-Recovery Technician at the National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS) in South Carolina. The National Institute of Decontamination Specialists is recognized as the premier provider of the specific training. 

"Receiving in-depth training provides our customers with advanced technologies in crime and trauma scene cleanup services throughout Southeast Georgia," said Killough. "Crime and trauma scene clean-up is a necessary service, and certainly one that you want to get right the first time while working with law enforcement and investigative teams," she said.  "We are continuing our commitment to serve Paul Davis customers with the highest standards of training in our field," said Killough.

According to Drayton, scenes of injury or death frequently result in contamination of the environment from blood and body fluid spills, human tissue and bone fragments. Also, in the cases of delayed-discovery deaths, decomposition fluids and odors can contribute to the contamination.

"In addition to being psychologically harmful to view, these human remnants have the potential to harbor disease that can cause a lifetime of illness or even death," said Drayton. "Crime scenes are also frequently contaminated by police forensic chemicals. These chemicals can be hazardous as well as difficult to remove," he said. During the training and through realistic scenarios and intensive classroom interaction, Drayton learned how to safely remove all biological contamination and cleanup all investigative chemicals while protecting himself and others during emotionally charged scenes.

Killough and Drayton specialize in 24-hour rapid emergency mitigation services in Camden, Charlton, and Ware counties, and parts of Brantley County. They are also certified from The Clean Trust, formerly known as The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).

Killough and Drayton have more than eight years in the emergency services and restoration industry. For more information, call 912.342.2220 or email rkillough@pdes-usa.net. Visit the website at www.pdescamden.com.

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