Compliance Checklist

CleanScene BioRecovery Services include crime scene clean-up and biohazard remediation, in compliance with the local and state guidelines put forward by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and American BioRecovery Association (ABRA).

Our team of technicians is thoroughly trained by the National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS) and ABRA and offers standardized quality assurance. Our technicians are also trained in empathy and compassion for victims and their families.

Our Objectives

As a state-wide industry leader, CleanScene Biorecovery Services (CBS) maintains the highest standards in cleaning, sanitation, and safety compliance. Many companies profess to have proper licensing and the certifications necessary to perform crime scene cleanup, but are they also legally able to haul away medical waste? Do they carry adequate insurance for the work involved? And how are their employees hired and trained?

As educating the public is very important to CleanScene BioRecovery Services, we have published this 12-point checklist illustrating the regulatory compliance and quality assurance standards we follow as part of our commitment to innovation and excellence. Our proof of competency is as following:-

  • Certifications from a nationally recognized crime scene cleaning association, scientifically based, connected to, or with, the CDC, FEMA, and multiple states department of health. Evidence of training on infectious pathogens and the ability to decontaminate an Infectious Disease laden “area”.
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Training and Compliance. (OSHA-29 CFR 1910.1030)M
  • Personal protective equipment training and compliance (OSHA 29CFR 1910.1030(d)(3)(i) and CFR 1910.132 et seq.)
  • Respiratory protection training compliance (OSHA-29 CFR 1910.134 et seq.)
  • Hazardous communication training and compliance (OSHA-29 CFR 1910.1200 et seq.)
  • Heat-illness awareness training program, including an on-site heat stress level testing program, such as Wet Bulb Globe.
  • Job-specific OSHA training and safe work practices.
  • Medical waste handling/transporting and process training for its employees. (OSHA-29 CFR 1910.1030(g)(2) et seq. and EPA-40CFR 745.80 Subpart E)
  • Expertise in environmental and regulatory compliance. (DOT, EPA, state & local agencies)
  • A written exposure control program in the event of an accidental exposure incident. (OSHA-29 CFR 1910.1030(c)(1))
  • Proof of competency in adhering and meeting requirements for packaging, handling, transporting, and reporting of regulated medical waste. (DOT-49 CFR Part 173, Subpart E and 49 CFR Part 173.6 Subpart A and state environmental agency regulations)
  • Proof that all technicians have had Hepatitis B vaccinations. (OSHA-29 CFR 1910.1030(f)(2))
    Bloodborne Pathogen Training
    Respiratory protection training