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SERVPRO of Franklin County

SERVPRO of Franklin County takes great pride in being a part of the Franklin County community. We understand that communities like ours hold America together. We want to do our part to ensure the Franklin County community thrives by helping those less fortunate, keeping the area safe and making our community the best it can be.

Ethics:

The premise for this ethics course is that although we may have solid ethical foundations and usually make rational ethical decisions, ethical lapses are likely to come when we are stressed, angry, upset, worried, or otherwise disengaged.

Each and every day we are faced with decisions that could cause harm to others or ourselves. Facing ethical decisions can be very difficult, especially when we make decisions that may seem correct at first, but we later find out were not so great. As we explore what “Ethics” is, you will be challenged to become involved in hourly group activities. The group activities will help reinforce what has been learned, as well as the ability to better deal with ethical decision-making in our own lives.

8am-11am - 3 Hours Credit

Cleaning & Restoring Smoke-Damaged Contents

This course has been specifically designed to explain the different approaches and techniques to scoping, cleaning, and restoring smoke-damaged contents. The purpose is to provide you with a better understanding of the work performed by the mitigation vendor at smoke-damaged work sites. You will learn what techniques and processes a restorer needs to know when responding to smoke-damaged claims. You will learn remediation tips which can help control the cost of a loss if performed in a timely manner. You will also better understand what your insured is going through when they have smoke-damaged contents.

12pm-2pm - 1 Hour Credit

Please reserve ahead of time as class size is limited. Call 636-583-5200.

Refreshments will be provided.

The insurance professional will gain a better understanding of how mold affects today’s society. They will also become more aware of the different entities that participate in the mold restoration industry.


The insurance professional will learn about mold, mold growth requirements and the goals of mold remediation followed by professional vendors. They will also be educated on the science of mold and the dangers/health effects of mold exposure.

Insurance professionals will gain a better understanding of the processes professional vendors use to complete mold remediation projects, including the guidelines recommended by leaders in the mold industry.

The insurance professional will learn the procedures that must take place if any mold remediation is to happen. They will also gain an awareness of common issues related to mold property damages, including education on typical remediation cost parameters and the responses to the mold issue.

Refreshments will be provided.

Please reserve ahead of time as class size is limited. Contact our office at 636-583-5200.

This course has been designed to provide a better understanding of the restorative drying process that takes place after a water damage loss occurs.

Key elements of this class include:
• How Water Damage Impacts the Insurance Industry
• Understanding Water Damage
• Inspection Services
• Emergency Services
• Monitoring the Drying Process
• Psychrometrics: The Science of Drying
• Water Restoration Services

Refreshments will be provided.

Please reserve ahead of time as class size is limited. To reserve call our office at 636-583-5200.

Please RSVP for this event by clicking here.

8am-10am: Biohazard Cleanup

This course is designed to assist you in understanding the processes that are involved in cleaning homes and buildings that are or may be contaminated with viruses and blood borne pathogens. This course also discusses appropriate ways to communicate with customers who have recently dealt with the traumatic event that has caused this contamination.

10-12pm: Hoarding

This course covers the definition of hoarding, and how it affects the insurance industry. Why do people hoard? It also covers the safety and health issues of a hoarder home and the process of cleaning up and restoring.

Refreshments will be provided.

Please reserve ahead of time as class size is limited. You can call our office at 636-583-5200.

Please RSVP for this event by clicking here.

The premise for this ethics course is that although we may have solid ethical foundations and usually make rational ethical decisions, ethical lapses are likely to come when we are stressed, angry, upset, worried, or otherwise disengaged.

Each and every day we are faced with decisions that could cause harm to others or ourselves. Facing ethical decisions can be very difficult, especially when we make decisions that may seem correct at first, but we later find out were not so great. As we explore what “Ethics” is, you will be challenged to become involved in hourly group activities. The group activities will help reinforce what has been learned, as well as the ability to better deal with ethical decision-making in our own lives.

Refreshments will be provided.

Please reserve ahead of time as class size is limited. Call 636-583-5200 to reserve.