Comment Period Extended for 30 Days. Public Comment Period ends May 1st. 2019.
Following similar guidance criteria for Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) ABRA has developed a front end risk assessment form with recommended procedures for Bio Recovery projects. The object if this guidance is to increase worker safety, mitigate risks associated with bio recovery projects and add an added level professionalism in the Bio Recovery Industry.
We are in our third revision of the guidance.
To View a draft copy please click on the link below.
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ABRA’s objective is “to achieve and maintain the highest levels of competence among members in the performance of their profession. To teach, instill and require the highest technical, ethical and educational standards.”
ABRA certified firms are required to maintain proper insurance, OSHA compliance, Bloodborne Pathogen training records, respirator fit testing, proper handling of biohazardous waste and other laws or requirements in order to maintain good standing with the American Bio-Recovery Association aka ABRA.