biohazard per Federal regulations. Whenever a violent crime occurs within a building, or when a body begins to decompose within its interior, the surrounding building materials become contaminated with a variety of toxic agents. For example, blood stains on the carpet typically soak through the carpet and seep into the flooring beneath. Effective environmental cleaning not only removes the biohazard from the carpet, but also from its supporting under structure. Bio Scene Clean Up is experienced in following all biohazard remediation protocols. We are trained to completely remediate any biohazards associated with the cleanup and remediation of Crime Scenes.
Special equipment, such as protective gear, must be worn by out trained technicians in order to protect them from the hazardous materials they are handling. Diseases such as the Flu, including Type A and H1N1, HIV/AIDS, Type A and B Hepatitis, TB, Cholera, and Salmonella are all diseases that can be transmitted from bodily fluids. These fluids escape into the environment any time a body decomposes, whether a person commits suicide, is murdered, or suffers some type of tragic, accidental death.
Because of these dangers, Bio Scene Clean Up suggests that untrained individuals never attempt to cleanup a crime scene that involves biohazards. If you attempt to clean a biohazard scene and it’s not done properly, you may be held liable for procedures that weren’t followed and any health compromises caused to others as a result. The unknown potential dangers alone are enough to not attempt to do this on your own.
If you find yourself faced with the responsibility of cleanup from death, trauma or a violent crime, trust the professionals at Bio Scene Clean Up to perform these services. We maintain all proper training, permits and have the equipment necessary to completely restore a biohazard scene to a safe environment. Contact us today for more information on how we can protect you.