CRIME/TRAUMA SCENE CLEAN-UP
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 are 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 family.
To effectively remediate the scene of a crime, suicide, unattended death or any other traumatic event; we ensure that the science behind the highest standards of disinfection, removal of harmful biological contaminants and resultant odors are applied. We take it upon ourselves to return the crime or trauma scene to a completely safe, hygienic and habitable condition.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) states that 4.5 million people are infected with either Hepatitis B or C, with up to 80% of the infected, unaware about their condition. It was determined that multiple strains of Hepatitis and HIV can survive in dried blood for at least 7 days, some as long as a month. Therefore, clean-up includes removal blood or tissue compromised articles and treatment of the scene with proper antimicrobials to ensure that the contaminants are rendered harmless.
After isolating the crime or trauma scene, any trace of chemicals, dirt, blood, body fluids or biological materials are removed, and any personal property incapable of remediation is disassembled and removed as medical waste.
Sanitization and Deodorization
The affected area is then sanitized by spraying disinfectants at prescribed intervals. All surfaces treatments are disinfected multiple times based upon the amount of contamination. Finally, after an OSHA required fine detailed cleaning, and OSHA wash down, the affected area is deodorized and the waste is transported out for medical waste incineration and disposal, in compliance with DOT and EPA guidelines.
It is essential that the scene of a crime or death is cleaned up and sanitized as exposure to chemical and pathogenic contaminants can lead to very serious health issues.
We operate in Central Ohio and offer our services with total confidentiality as a normal work process, and compassion for those affected. Contact us for more information.