Indoor Environmental Cleaning Process

The Indoor Environmental Cleaning Process (ECP) uses an inherently biodegradable disinfecting solution that works against antibiotic resistant bacteria, viruses, fungi, mould and mildew. This product is also very effective against the germs and bacteria that cause colds, flu, and other health risks. Where traditional remediation could leave a home or business closed up for weeks or even months, this patented program can take as little as a few hours.

The Indoor Environmental Cleaning Process training course will educate, train, and certify members of First Nation communities to properly and safely inspect and clean mould, germs viruses, bacteria, and bugs from their own homes and buildings. Training will provide students with background
knowledge on common issues that may contribute to these problems, and education on how to prevent these issues from happening in the first place.

The program will be divided between in-class instruction and hands-on training. The classroom portion will be a combination of training instruction and in-class discussions. Instruction will also cover the application of course material to community buildings. Hands-on training will allow each student to become familiar and comfortable with the equipment, tools and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required. Students will use their training to successfully clean a building in their own community under trainer supervision.

The course includes 1 day of classroom work and 1 day of hands-on training followed by the exam and certification.

For more information on the Indoor Environmental Cleaning Process, please download the ECP course outline.