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The Ground Transportation Industry’s Sanitation

Safety Awareness Program

Putting Drivers to the Test.

Safe Clean Ride - Medal

Welcome!

SAFECLEANRIDE (SCR) – The Training and Certification Program designed to meet the Contagion-related Sanitation and Hygiene Awareness needs of the US Transportation Industry.

SCR’s new training was created and tested by transportation and technology veterans, under the watchful guidance of a panel of medical experts to ensure it is scientifically sound and in full alignment with CDC guidelines.

SCR’s has been fully reviewed and endorsed by an esteemed panel of experts in virology, chemistry, cleaning protocols and transportation.

SCR certification provides companies, employees, and the public with ways to:

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Safety Driven.
The Ground Transportation Industry’s Sanitation
Safety Awareness Program
Putting Drivers to the Test.
Driver Safety & Compliance Training
and
Technology Provider

Provides You with a Registered Seal + QR Code Verification
for Your Clients’ Peace of Mind.

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All certificates are authenticated with customized QR Codes.
Your clients simply hover their Smart phone (in photo) over the QR Code
and the certificate is immediately verified.

In these unprecedented times, let’s unify to help our clients and communities feel safer and move forward.

The SafeCleanRide program certificates those who have participated in – and passed – a customized hygiene and sanitation training and test. This program is continually updated. Participants are re-tested on an annual basis.


Working Together to Move the World Forward

This is a certificated testing program developed exclusively for all drivers and workers in ground transportation and logistics who make their living by moving people, handling deliveries (for short and long-haul), and providing mobility services.

Most importantly, this program is designed to help unite the ground transportation industry in the fight to minimize risks associated with contagious diseases.

Through education comes social awareness and consideration of others. You can be proud to take part in a growing ethically-minded business community where safety and health are learning priorities.

Credibility Matters

The SAFECLEANRIDE program was developed based on the educational goals of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the advice of an independent panel of experts in virology, chemistry, cleaning protocols and transportation expertise.

Meet Our Panel of Medical Experts

Dr. Amesh Adalja

Dr. Amesh Adalja

Virologist, Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

Dr. Adalja is a Senior Scholar and a pandemic preparedness expert at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. His work focuses on emerging infectious disease, pandemic preparedness and biosecurity. Dr. Adalja has served on U.S. government panels tasked with developing guidelines for the treatment of plague, botulism and anthrax in mass casualty settings.

He is also a spokesperson and a fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). He is a member of the NCAA’s COVID-19 task force. During this and other infectious disease emergencies, Dr. Adalja’s expertise is frequently sought by local, national and international media. He is board certified in internal medicine, emergency medicine, infectious disease, and critical care medicine.

Dr. Dennis Harp

Dr. Dennis Harp

Chemist, National Sanitation Foundation International

Dr. Harp has been a scientific consultant in the disinfection industry for over 14 years. He also has more than 32 years of experience in public education in all levels from elementary to post-graduate studies. Dr. Harp is an author, inventor, and has owned and operated a variety of businesses for over 20 years. He received his doctorate degree from Purdue University. He has served directly with the National Sanitation Foundation International to develop standards for wastewater treatment and led a congressional effort in 2012 to promote the acceptance of aqueous ozone as a surface sanitizer in California.

Dr. Marshall Zablen

Dr. Marshall Zablen

Board Certified Internist, Medical Director of Norton Medical

Dr. Zablen, MD is the medical director of Norton Medical which has been drug testing commercial drivers since it became federal and California law. Norton Medical drug tests in the transportation industry, including FAA regulated aircraft, California limousine and bus drivers, and FTA regulated municipal transit. Dr. Zablen, a board certified internist, directed Norton Medical into drug testing to discourage drug use in the workplace, a basic public health service. He started the first public confidential HIV testing program when the HIV epidemic struck. Dr. Zablen has been active with the Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) in assisting membership with materials to support GCLA legislative and regulatory issues in Sacramento such as requiring ride-hail drivers to follow the same safety rules as limousine and taxi drivers.

STATEMENTS

I have reviewed the coronavirus-related materials of SafeCleanRide, LLC and have found the materials they developed for their members to be robust and well suited to reducing the harm of this virus in transportation settings. Additionally, their desire to not only instill knowledge but measure the acquisition of that knowledge through formal assessment is remarkable.
I am delighted to participate in the SafeCleanRide program to support the necessary training and disinfection protocols to safeguard public health.

Dr. Amesh Adalja

Virologist
Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center
for Health Security

Dr. Dennis Harp

Chemist
National Sanitation
Foundation International

I have reviewed the coronavirus-related materials of SafeCleanRide, LLC and have found the materials they developed for their members to be robust and well suited to reducing the harm of this virus in transportation settings.
Additionally, their desire to not only instill knowledge but measure the acquisition of that knowledge through formal assessment is remarkable.

Dr. Amesh Adalja

Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center
for Health Security

I am delighted to participate in the SafeCleanRide program to support the necessary training and disinfection protocols to safeguard public health.

Dr. Dennis Harp

Chemist
National Sanitation
Foundation International

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