Monday, January 25, 2016

Workplace Accident Biohazard Cleanup

Bio Scene Clean Up provides biohazard remediation and disposal from workplace and industrial accidents in Florida.  When most people think of biohazard cleanup they think of chemical spills or other toxins that are environmentally related.  Biohazards in the workplace can come from all sorts of incidents especially when there is a presence of blood, tissue and bodily fluids that affect an accident area.

Cleaning biohazards in the workplace is an especially sensitive issue as most workplaces involve many people confined to a specific area and the chances of biohazard contamination are increased because of this. Anytime an industrial accident has a presence of blood or other potentially dangerous biohazards it becomes crucial to hire a professional biohazard cleanup company like Bio Scene Clean Up. OSHA requires that strict protocol be followed when cleaning or disposing of biohazard in the workplace. Blood biohazard cleanup is one of the strictest protocols we must follow when a trauma occurs.

Many workplace accidents occur because of misuse of equipment or negligence of the victim in some form.  When these accidents occur, Bio Scene Clean Up technicians are able to dispatch emergency cleanup technicians to discreetly remove and dispose of all traces of blood or other biohazards found at the accident scene.  Emergency personnel will frequently leave biohazard materials at a trauma scene, especially when the accidents are life threatening and immediate medical transport is necessary.

Business owners or managers are left with the responsibility of cleaning up the accident scene and protection of other employees or individuals who may come in contact with the biohazard area. When trauma or accident scenes contain blood the potential for bio contamination is significantly increased. Blood, in various forms, can become a huge potential in the compromising of someone’s health if they are exposed, ingest or have contact by other means.  The responsibility of the safety and protection of other employees, clients and individuals is the responsibility of the business owner and should not be taken lightly. 

Even if your company has established biohazard cleanup protocols, it is always best to employ a certified biohazard cleanup company to perform the cleaning. Not only will it eliminate your liability, it helps ensure that the job is done properly and that all areas affected by the trauma will be biohazard free and a safe environment for your staff and clients.  Contact our staff immediately if you experience an industrial accident.

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