Crime Scene Cleanup

Crime & Trauma Scene Clean Up

No one can ever anticipate a traumatic event occurring in their home or business. Such events that involve blood or other biohazards pose major safety risks, & improper cleanup of these hazards may result in serious consequences, including possible disease outbreak.

Crime Scene Cleanup

Rapid response to such events can also limit damage to personal contents and the structure of your home or business. Biohazard remediation refers to the removal, cleaning, and disinfection of blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially harmful pathogens in affected areas after a death, accident, or communicable disease outbreak.

Because of the high exposure risk to bloodborne pathogens, biohazard remediation is a specialty service that requires proper training, equipment, certification, and licensing. Improper cleanup and even the slightest exposure can result in the transfer of blood-borne pathogens like HIV, Hepatitis B or C, MRSA and more.

Bloodborne pathogens are any type of virus, disease, or bacteria that can be found in the bodily fluid. We’ve outlined a few basic do’s and don’ts for you until we arrive on the scene.

Handling a crime scene at your property presents a lot of difficult situations, but clean up shouldn’t be one of them. Here’s a list of what to do if you ever find yourself in this terrible situation.

  1. Call the Authorities – Calling 911 should always be the first step in dealing with any crime scene.
  2. Shut off Access to the Scene – Be sure that you, your tenants or customers don’t enter or alter a crime scene.
  3. Cooperate with the Police Investigation – Once help arrives, cooperating with the proper authorities is a must. While the length of this stage may vary depending on the investigation, you may be forced to shut close your facility or relocate tenants.
  4. Call Our team of highly trained professionals that will help you quickly, safely and discreetly get you back to normal while working with your insurance company.