Monday, December 14, 2015

Decontamination Services

Whether you are the victim of a crime, death or trauma it’s important to know what to do after a life changing event such as these occur.  Ordinarily, once investigators, emergency personnel or coroners leave the scene it’s the responsibility of the property owner to clean up the aftermath.

Bio Scene Clean Up provides crime, death, trauma and accident scene cleanup and decontamination.  When you have a scene containing blood, bodily fluids or other hazardous materials you should always enlist the help of a certified biohazard cleanup company. When blood and fluids leave the body or flesh begins to decompose many dangerous issues can arise especially in the form of airborne bacteria that may be life-threatening to someone who attempts to improperly clean up the scene.

Blood cleanup and biohazard waste handling and disposal have specific cleaning/handling processes which are crucial in the assurance that you or others who come in contact with the scene are protected. Our technicians are specifically trained in these protocols and maintain all of the necessary equipment and cleaning materials. Our services are guaranteed and we maintain the proper permits for handling and disposal of all of the biohazard elements we remove from a scene.

We are able to assist with crime, death and murder or suicide scenes and provide decontamination and disinfecting services for many other types of biohazards. If you experience a trauma or crime it is safe to assume that there are always potentially dangerous biohazards left at the scene. Your fist step in trying to recover these types of scenes is to contact Bio Scene Clean Up for a confidential consultation.

We are trained to help you through every aspect of the cleanup and restoration of biohazard scenes and also have experience in insurance billing and other organizations that assist with these types of cleanup costs.  Contact our office immediately for more details on how we can help protect you and your property.

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