Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration
OCT - Odor Control Technician
- 1 CEC's
This is a one-day course that dives into the world
of odor. The What's and Why's of what we smell. By the end of this class
you will understand the principals of odor removal, the psychology of
scent, deodorizing equipment and chemicals.
What is an odor? Learn the equipment, the ULV
concept, thermal fogging devices, ozone - friend or foe, safety, personal
protective equipment. How to deal with the following: Trauma scene, skunk
odors, fuel oil, tear gas, decomposing animals, label segments,
microbiology, bacteria, fungi, algae, slimes, viruses, disinfectants and
anti-microbial labeling, trouble shooting residual smoke odors, injection
treatments, pet odors, marketing, sales, and, of course, pricing.
IICRC owns no schools and produces no training
materials. However, IICRC does recognize established schools throughout
the nation that meet specific standards of Certification. Ron Valega is
the owner of the school of "J. Henry & Company/The TMC Group Approved
Anyone attending this class has the option at the
end of the course to take the IICRC Certification examination.
The examination, along with the proper application
and fees, is forwarded to the IICRC for processing. Once a person meets the
qualifications they are sent Certification credentials.
CLASS TIMES: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Manual is included with each registration.
Certification testing begins immediately following the course. A separate
fee (cash, check, or credit card) payable to IICRC is required at the time