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The S540 is a living record subject to change as more data opens up and as logical advancements happen. The S540 will be looked at, assessed, and approved through application in the field, and from that point, changed and accessed to the next level.

Primary remediation consists of the specific activities carried out on a structure along with the associated tasks to clean up fluids, remove bloodborne pathogens, and Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM).

The aim of content remediation is to cleanse items by physically eliminating contamination and restoring them to a safe, hygienic, and usable condition.

Organizations may undertake projects involving vehicles or equipment. In addition to the work required to remediate the vehicles or equipment, professionals should be aware of the challenges they encounter while performing such work.

Each remediation scene is unique, and in specific conditions, common sense, wisdom also, professional judgement might justify deviation from this Norm. It is the duty of the practitioner to check depending on the situation that use of this Standard is appropriate. If in doubt, apply mindfulness and seek additional professional opinions. Users of this report accept all risks and responsibility resulting from the use of and reliance on this Norm. Professionals should use professional judgment throughout every single project. However, the use of professional judgment isn’t a license to deviate from this standard. Prior to deviation from the standard of care (for example, “will” or “should”), the practitioner should report the circumstances that led to such a decision, inform the physically involved parties, and without any hint of a valid objection, report the communication before proceeding

This interaction and further expert and public surveys allow the industry to develop a body of knowledge and achieve the overall IICRC objective of improving the conditions in which people live and work. Users of this document should stay updated and informed about new developments and implement changes as necessary to remain compliant. This Standard doesn’t explicitly address the protocols and systems for remediation when other potentially hazardous, regulated materials are present or likely to be present in environmentally contaminated structures, systems, and products, e.g., asbestos, lead, arsenic, disease outbreaks, pesticides, dry solvents, etc.


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