Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
The thing I love about this course is not the PPE itself, but the formula behind choosing the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for every job.
Imagine a cleaning business with no call-outs from employees due to mystery illnesses, or on the job injuries. Do you know how much money you could save in hospital bills, cancellations and lost revenues? The number is in the thousands.
In this course we cover SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) for assessing risks for upcoming jobs. This helps us train for, and prevent, OJI (On the Job Injuries.) We anticipate worst case scenarios and then create solutions to prevent them from ever happening.
In this course we create good habits that will have your team members all playing from the same personal protective rule book.
And then – only then – does the personal protective equipment come into place.
No more guesswork. No wasting money on PPE that is not needed for the job, or buying the wrong kind of PPE that won’t actually protect you.
In This Course We Cover:
- Face Masks & Face Shields
- Safety Glasses and Goggles
- Hazmat Suits
Heck we even talk about non-PPE like:
- Shoe Covers
If your business needs it – you’ll find answers here.
“Personal Protective Equipment is part of every system you will ever create.” – Angela Brown
With PPE you’re creating systems that protect your company’s biggest assets – you and your employees.
It’s Safety First, with happy clients, healthy employees and robust profits.
Do You Have to Wear PPE?
The purpose of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is to prevent exposure as a house cleaner to chemicals and other hazardous materials.
In this course, we’ll cover many of the ways we can stay healthy and protected by wearing personal protective equipment.
In This Course We Cover:
- How PPE Reduces Exposure to OPIM
- Who is Supposed to Wear PPE
- What Types of PPE Are for General House Cleaning
- Selecting the Right PPE
- Residential vs. Commercial PPE
- Minimum Required PPE
- What is not PPE
- Who Pays for the PPE
- Lost or Damaged PPE
- How to Clean or Disinfect PPE
- Disposing Properly of PPE
PPE Control and Prevention
Every company needs standard operating procedures that employees follow to prevent exposure to sickness, chemicals, and other health hazards.
Setting up systems in advance will remove guesswork from your day-to-day activities and keep you from reinventing the wheel every time there is a problem.
In This Section We Will Learn:
- Engineering Controls
- Administrative Controls
- Workplace Practices
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Who is in Charge of PPE
- Minimum PPE Standard
- “Nice to Have” PPE Standard
- Transmission Precautions
- Standard Job Precautions
When to Wear a Face Mask
Understanding face mask basics are an important part of personal protective equipment. When to wear a face mask and how much good/or bad is it going to do you?
In this course, we’ll cover:
- Types of Face Masks
- How to Don and Doff a Face Mask
- Surgical – Disposable Face Masks
- Carbon Filter Masks
- When You Can’t Find a Face Mask
- Homemade Masks
- The Effectiveness of Face Masks
- 180 Degree Face Shields
- Proper Use Mask Tips
When to Wear Safety Glasses
Proper eye protection, safety glasses or goggles, can save your eyes from reactions to chemical burns caused by misting, splashing, or fumes.
In this section, we’ll cover:
- Protecting Your Eyes From Dust
- Eye Injury Prevention
- Glasses vs. Goggles
- Ventilated Safety Glasses
- Safety Glasses Frames
- Face Shields
- OSHA Standards
- Criteria for Eye PPE Standards
- Maintenance of Storage of Eye PPE
- Contacts & Prescription Lenses
Why We Wear Gloves
Gloves – the most important PPE you wear as house cleaners will protect your hands from absorbing chemicals and keep them from getting dry, cracked, and chaffed with daily cleaning. You only get one set of hands.
In This Section We Will Cover:
- Why We Wear Gloves When Cleaning
- How to Don and Doff Gloves
- What Happens When Gloves Fail
- How to Choose the Right Gloves
- Disposable Gloves
- Rubber Utility Gloves
Aprons & Other Non-PPE
Aprons, shoes, and other Non-PPE are covered here because they are essential to getting the job done and are mandatory wearables for some cleaning companies.
What makes them mandatory is your personal decision as a business owner, and will you be providing them for your employees?
What makes them Non-PPE is that they don’t protect you from OPIM and chemical hazards – though they may offer protection in a form of their own.
In This Section, We Will Cover:
- Bib Aprons
- Utility Aprons
- Support Shoes
- Shoe Covers
When to Wear Hazmat Suits
Hazmat is short for Hazardous Materials. And a hazmat suit is a protective cover that you wear when dealing with known hazardous chemicals.
In this section, we will cover:
- What is a Hazmat Suit?
- The Purpose of a Hazmat Suit
- Types of Hazmat Suits
- Selecting Hazmat Suits
- Donning and Doffing Hazmat Suits
- Cleaning and Disinfecting Hazmat Suits
- Hazmat Considerations
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Meet Angela Brown
The House Cleaning Guru
CEO, Founder: Savvy Cleaner
Author: How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company
Show Host: Ask a House Cleaner
Professional House Cleaner = 25 years
Experience Hours: 69,603
For more than 25 years Angela Brown owned and operated one of the largest independently owned cleaning companies in the Carolinas.
Her specialty lies in systems that let you work smart, not hard while generating consistent bottom-line results. Her common-sense approach mixed with strategy skyrockets cleaning companies past their competition even in saturated markets.
Since 2016 she’s been training and consulting full time at Savvy Cleaner with clients in 31 countries and millions in revenue.
Find out why our cleaning technicians have named Savvy Cleaner #1 in training in the cleaning industry for four years in a row.
Disclaimer: Results vary based on willingness to learn and implement the systems.
- No action = no results.
- Scattered action = scattered results.
- Massive action = massive results.
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If you go through the course(s) and implement the changes and find success then the Savvy Cleaner path is for you.
If for some reason, you’re unhappy with the course(s), and they don’t resonate with you, I’ll refund your money 100% in full for 30 days after your purchase.
I don’t want there to be any barriers between you and the explosive growth you’re destined to achieve.
Once you understand how to reach the maximum amount of people in your market, in a way that builds authority, credibility, and confidence, I know you’ll go out and contribute to the world at your highest capacity.
– Angela Brown, CEO, Savvy Cleaner Training
Before You Buy
Before you buy do you know about the memberships at Savvy Cleaner?
Each course we sell, although you can buy it by itself – is also included in two of our three memberships.
Click the pictures below to learn more about each.
*All prices shown in US Dollars.
All memberships include group coaching to help you get your questions answered and let you learn in a supportive environment with others also going through the course.
All memberships include:
- All the courses available in that membership to date.
- Downloads (Worksheets, Flyers, etc.)
- Word Tracks (Exact words to use on the job)
- Setting Realistic Expectations
- Group Coaching
- Free Access to an entire library of cleaning related videos
Get real-time answers from your instructor Angela Brown.
Master Class Group Coaching Sessions meet bi-weekly on Wednesday at 2:00 pm EST
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Join A Membership – Get On-Going Group Coaching
One-on-one consulting sessions with Angela Brown start at $1,000 per hour as she helps you find your blind spots and get your business back on track. And while this is not one-on-one coaching, we do have a VIP GROUP COACHING program included with your Savvy Cleaner Membership.
Spend an hour each month face-to-face in a limited VIP Group and ask your questions and Angela will answer them for you.
This is a great forum to ask questions about your growing business or questions you have about the courses you are studying.
Ways to Ask Your Questions:
- Reply to the email you receive with the conference code
- Click on the red question mark in the sidebars of your course
- The Savvy Cleaner Network FB Group
- Reply to any Savvy Cleaner email reminder
- Show up live on the call
Our job is to help you do your job better.