Friday, October 3, 2014

Who do you call when death cleanup is necessary?

There are many different causes of death with natural death, of course, being the most desirable form. Bio Scene Clean Up provides death cleanup services for Natural and Unattended Death, Violent deaths related to crimes and trauma and even vehicle accident deaths.

In every death scene we clean there is always a presence of blood. Blood is a complex fluid of the human body which can turn bio-hazardous the moment it is exposed to the external environment. In natural circumstances of death due to sickness under medical supervision, it is not a tough situation to handle. Other deaths from violent crime or trauma scenes can contain widespread blood spills making the biohazard scene more difficult to clean.

Bio Scene Clean Up technicians maintain the proper experience and certifications necessary to clean and remediate death, crime, trauma and many other biohazard scenes.  It is never suggested that untrained individuals attempt to clean up death and decomposing death scenes as the risks for health compromises are too great. Property owners may also be liable for any health issues that could arise from improper cleanup of a biohazard scene.

When a person dies the body immediately begins the decomposition process. When the human body begins decomposition it releases dangerous biohazards, gasses and other airborne pathogens that are extremely dangerous if proper protocol for cleanup is not followed.  It a death scene has been unattended for a period of time the presence of bugs and organisms will be found which can also carry the biohazards to other areas of the death site. Our technicians use special equipment and industrial chemicals only available to biohazard cleanup companies to help remediate and disinfect the site. This helps ensure the odors are completely gone and do not return and the site is 100% sanitary and free from any biohazards.

Death is something that we are all aware of, but we usually don’t think about the aftermath when someone dies. Who is responsible for clean up? Who do you call to help? Bio Scene Clean Up offers quick response times and is locally owned and operated to service the entire Tampa Bay and Sarasota, Florida areas. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help.

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