Crime Scene and Bio Hazard Cleanup in Raleigh, Cary and Wake County NC
Dealing with a crime at your place of business or home is hard enough without additional complications, but it becomes even more difficult dealing with the clean-up or aftermath of the incident. In most cases, emergency response personnel such as law enforcement, fire fighters, and paramedic’s will provide whatever assistance they can, but they won’t conduct the clean-up or removal of any remnants of the incident. Those remnants can include bodily fluids (which are classified as a bio-hazard), chemicals that are used during the investigation (think CSI), and body or tissue removal. While these are gruesome topics that most people don’t want to consider, these situations can and do happen so cleaning up the mess becomes an important part of the recovery process.
Due to rules and regulations laid out by OSHA for blood borne pathogens, crime scene clean-up and removal must be done by a properly trained and equipped company versed in bio hazard clean-up and removal, blood borne pathogen training, and medical waste removal techniques.
Clean-ups of this nature require protective gear, breathing filters, and a strict adherence to the most up to date bio-hazard removal guidelines. In addition to cleaning the area, all the gear or items contaminated with bio hazard materials have to properly disposed of using appropriate medical waste channels.
Having the best training and best equipment is important, but what’s really important to us is you. We understand that you and your family or co-workers have experienced some type of traumatic event and the scene needs to be cleaned up as quickly and safely as possible. We also understand that this is a difficult time for all those impacted so our employees are trained to be acutely aware of this fact. Our goal in a situation like this is get the affected area cleaned up ASAP with as little additional impact to the family or relatives.