Can't fix stupid.Bumping this forum with questions! What training is available for this? You must be certified through your state to perform these clean-ups, correct? Anyone do these that can give me an estimate of yearly average revenue compared to training costs?
Now for a story, retired police officer....we had a bad fatal accident, head-on Toyota vs Mack truck. Toyota was a pizza guy. Seems he veered while counting tip money. He was in decent shape until we tried to move him into the body bag. Then everything dropped out. I saw a few hardened veterans blanch in color considerably when that happened.
Worst part was a rookie went to get all of us something to eat (yes, most get hungry at these scenes). We were there for 8 hours or so. Anyway he comes back with this exciting tale of how he was bs'ing with the manager who got all quiet and gave him all the food for free.
The food you ask? 10 pizzas. The moron accidentally went to the victims pizza place and was describing how bad the accident was and how hungry we were. He found the contents of his locker soaked in detergent the next day! MORON......
that sucks. Anyone have positives for this aspect of the cleaning industry? I know the tickets are big but with this kind of thing I'm not looking to get rich. I'am looking for consistent work that does generate profit. Scott, your saying it didn't generate the work (I understand the monetary point with the lawsuits and not wanting to get rich on grieving people)?