Our process involves certified technicians using OHSA approved procedure to reduce the risk of spreading harmful diseases.
Our Goodyear Crime Scene Cleanup team is OHSA compliant. We have the appropriate equipment, chemicals, training and certifications, and experience.
We maintain the highest level of compliance for safety and hazards in the workplace
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Our staff is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for emergency cleanups.
You should call Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona anytime you or someone you know is faced with a Trauma Cleanup, Flooded Home or when you need assistance with a Hoarded Environment.
For emergency services like Trauma Cleanups, Suicide/Homicide Clean up and Flooded Homes Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona can typically be on scene within 90 minutes. Most all of our other services can be scheduled for on-site evaluation within 24-48 hours.
In most cases Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona would recommend an evaluation of the property before you attempt this task alone. Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona is one of the few honest remediation contractors and will give you a fair and honest analysis of the site and what the recommended protocols would be for a safe cleanup of the hoarded environment.
Crime Scene Cleanup typically refers to the cleanup of a death however, there is a much broader spectrum that includes Clandestine Drug Lab Remediation, Automobile Accident Cleanup and other scenes where blood and bodily fluids may be present and could pose a threat to the general public.
This typically refers to the unfortunate discovery of a person who has died alone and has been unattended for days, weeks, or longer periods of time. Insect activity, damage to personal property and structural content is often present with this type of loss.
This is a complete misconception. The police and the medical examiner typically make the scene worse in terms of cleaning up. Their job is to process the scene and discover evidence and, in the process, usually cross contaminate the scene unintentionally. Therefore, it is important to call a company like Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona to ensure the proper remediation is done.
You should always call a professional company to ensure the proper techniques are used to remediate blood and bodily fluids. Attempting this without proper training, PPE and experience will make the scene worse and can pose great danger to your health. It is also a legal requirement that a company certified to transport biohazardous waste to a regulated medical waste facility is used.
In most cases Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona can work with your homeowner’s insurance to cover the cost of our services. We usually recommend this as the family should be more focused on handling the affairs of the deceased not the financial burden of the cleanup.
Affinity Bio Solutions of Arizona will do everything within their power to work out a price that the family can afford to ensure the proper cleanup is performed.
Yes. There are many certifications that a properly trained company should have. The minimum certifications are OSHA Hazwoper 40-hour, OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens, IICRC S540 and they should possess a license from the Arizona Registrar of Contractors as well as the appropriate bond and insurance.
Not typically. In most cases we work directly with your insurance carrier and we have a deductible forgiveness program that will eliminate up to a $1,000.00 of your deductible.
You should ask the contractor for their ADEQ Transporter License and you should always get a copy of the disposal manifest upon the completion of the services provided.
We know how difficult this process can be on families.We pride ourselves on our professionalism and discretion.