Crisis Cleanup Training

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Mandatory Training Video


Test Your Crisis Cleanup Knowledge!

Take this quick poll to see how much you understand about Crisis Cleanup.

1. You can use Crisis Cleanup to do donations management, case management, logistics, etc.
2. How much does Crisis Cleanup cost?
3. Crisis Cleanup should be used primarily by field workers.
4. Your organization is responsible for keeping client information confidential.
5. When must you claim a work order? training_hint
6. Always store as much sensitive personal information in Crisis Clean up as possible.
7. What kind of organizations may participate?
8. You are responsible for updating completed or partially completed work orders.
9. Who is in charge of Crisis Cleanup?
10. You may unclaim a work order if you do not have the resources to perform the work.
11. All participating organizations can see what all of the other organizations are doing.
12. Who may enter work orders?
13. What should you do if a fellow relCrisis Cleanup works a lot like Craigslist--Craig keeps the servers running, but the community is in charge of powering the system. Although you may report to county and state governments and other organizations in real life, no single organization is in charge of Crisis Cleanup. Everybody works together toward a common goal. Crisis Cleanup operates on the principle of Collaborative Accountability: When interdependent, co-equal partners pressure and assist one another to accomplish a goal. Seeief organization doesn't do a work order they've claimed?
14. It is possible to download a copy of all work orders.
15. Each user is responsible to keep his/her own passwords secure.
16. You may use Crisis Cleanup for case management.
17. Each organization should have one primary user.
18. What is the easiest way to get a list of work orders and run reports?

Advanced Questions

Feeling good about your answers? Try these more advanced questions!

20. What should you do before showing up at a site?
22. What should you do with debris?
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23. You should add work orders your organization completed before joining Crisis Cleanup.
24. If a reputable sister organization visits your area and asks you what to do, you should:
25. When removing drywall after a flood, you should:
26. When you encounter a stressed, frustrated, or unreasonable volunteer from another organization,
27. If you see an icon that is out of place on the map, you should move it to the correct location.