For those of you who would like to get to know the American Bio Recovery Association, please go to our Facebook / LinkedIn page and follow us. As we move into the future as a third party education body, it is important that we not only learn from our history but also maintain and build upon the relationships recently fostered. Bio Recovery is not limited to just Crime and Trauma although that is the majority of our focus and how the ABRA got its start.
Bio Recovery is the act of assessing risk, mitigating threats and remediating conditions resulting from the release of biological hazards. This may include crime and trauma mitigation (bloodborne and body fluids), suicide cleanup, outbreak response, zoonotic diseases, foodborne diseases, public health threats, illicit drugs and clandestine drug labs.
Moving in a forward direction ABRA will continue working closely with its partner organizations such as the Indoor Air Quality Association, Environmental Information Association and the American Biological Safety Association as well as working with Collegiate Institutions, the Insurance Industry and Agencies such as the United States EPA, DEA, and US DHS. We will continue to work with our Technical Advisory Committee to develop advanced guidance and cross-education opportunities as we advance.
So, lets keep building upon the effort and lets do it together. Lets maintain industry professionalism for each other. Bio Recovery project opportunities pose some of the highest industry risks out there. As the evolution continues and risks evolve, we have to keep up and maintain the highest level of competence and safety for the industry. Thank you to the volunteers that understand the direction, need and vision of a united industry. For those of you who are not Active Member Companies yet, please consider joining us today.
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Thomas Licker, CBRM