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What Is A Biohazard?

What is A Biohazard? State and Federal Regulations Regarding Biohazard Cleanup A common question we get asked by client’s is whether the presence of blood and bodily fluids at a trauma scene constitutes a biohazard and whether any contaminants can be safely thrown away by the family. In online searches for information, client’s often find …

Home Content and Furniture Restoration After An Unattended Death

Home Content and Furniture Restoration After An Unattended Death in Arizona How can a Professional Arizona Crime Scene Cleanup Company Help with Content and Furniture Restoration After an Unattended Death? Trauma scene cleanup in Arizona is a detailed process that can become more complex depending on factors such as time of discovery, severity of the …

How Do Crime Scene Cleaners Clean Up the Ground?

How Do Crime Scene Cleaners Clean Up the Ground? Blood is difficult to come off any material it comes in contact with, especially fabrics, porous materials, and others. A further challenge is after cleaning the scene. The fact that no blood is visible on the scene doesn’t mean there is no trace of blood left. …

Do I Have To Use A Professional In A Crime Scene Clean Up?

Do I Have To Use A Professional In A Crime Scene Clean Up? Facing a crime scene all by yourself is not encouraged. The job has many hazardous incidents and contaminants that could take a toll on your health. Despite this, a professional service cleanup is cheap and has the extra benefits of taking some …

Crime Scene Cleanup Hydroxyl Generation & Ozone Generation

Hydroxyl Generation and Ozone Generation in Crime Scene Cleanup and Other Odor Removal Situations A variety of ways exist to remove crime scene odor after a death cleanup and other odors such as those associated with tobacco odor cleanup. Each process has its potential benefits and drawbacks, two methods, which can be considered quite similar, …

How Cleaners Sanitize After a Trauma or Dead Body

How Cleaners Sanitize After a Trauma or Dead Body Death is an inevitable occurrence that no one is ready to deal with, especially when it involves a loved one. The dead body decomposes and requires the assistance of a bioremediation team to fix the environment and restore the place to a livable condition. This teamwork …

What is an unattended death? How to clean up? What to do

What is an unattended death? How to clean up? What to do What is an Unattended Death? An unattended death is one that occurred with no one around to dial the emergency number. This incident can lead to days, weeks, and even months before the body is discovered. The common types of unattended deaths include: …

What Happens to a Dead Body After 3 Days?

What happens to a dead body after 3 days Human decomposition happens naturally. Decomposition is the breakdown of tissues after death. However, decomposition happens depending on the weather, temperature, pH, moisture and oxygen level. This also involves the cause of death and body position. Human decomposition has the same stages which are four in number. …

What Do Cleaners Do to Clean a Dead Body?

What Do Cleaners Do to Clean a Dead Body? The hardest part for a cleaner when attending to a dead body is the cleaning of the physical aspect of the individual’s passing. The clean-up process involves the elimination of blood, bodily fluid, biological materials, and other harmful items on the scene. Cleaners give such a …

Who Cleans Up After Dead Bodies

Who Cleans Up After Dead Bodies Some television shows have made the public believe they know how to dispose of a dead body. When a dead body is found, law enforcement officials and other crime scene workers teamed up to investigate and collect evidence from the corpse. Fingerprints are further sorted, and the neighborhood is …

Who Pays for Crime Scene Cleanup

Who Pays for Crime Scene Cleanup A crime scene is not something anyone will ever wish to be involved in. cleaning the crime scene can be heavy responsibility and expensive, especially when it comes to hiring professionals. Crime scene refers to situations such as death, hazardous chemicals, and bodily fluids. You might be an expert …

Trauma Scene Clean-Up – How to Know When You Need It

When an unfortunate incident such as death or a traumatic event occurs, the police come in to do the necessary investigation. After the investigation, proper clean-up is needed to restore the property. Trauma clean-up is required to remove biological infectious waste such as blood, body fluids, and viral pathogens such as HIV. Who is responsible …

What does a Crime Scene Cleaner Do?

The scene of an accident or a crime such as murder, suicide and bloody assault can be very messy. It requires the special attention of an expert for its cleaning. A crime scene cleaner is a professional who specializes in the removal of all traces of biohazardous substance including blood, bodily fluid, contaminated cloths, razor …

Homeowners Insurance Process for Crime Scene Cleanup in Arizona

What is the Homeowners Insurance Process for Crime Scene Cleanup in Arizona? When we receive calls from trauma scene cleanup clients, an important part of the conversation is often discussing the benefits of using homeowner’s insurance for any type of biohazard cleanup in Arizona. As an owner of a certified trauma scene cleanup company who …

10 Secrets of Crime Scene Cleaners

  Crime-scene cleaners, occasionally referred to as “aftermath technicians (tech),” deal with catastrophes events daily. They deal with all that is ghoulish, the blood, guts, and filth, making them disappear from the surface. Here’s what to know about their work. 1. Different Jobs Crime scene cleaners are not tied down to only police jobs. These …

8 Things You Should Look For in a Professional Biohazard Clean-Up Company

8 things You Should look for in a Professional Biohazard Cleanup Company (2021) Finding the right crime scene cleanup company can help ensure that every step of the biohazard cleanup process is completed properly. It can save client’s time, money, and help avoid negative consequences or liabilities often associated with businesses not properly set up …

What Is Required For A Crime Scene Cleanup?

With the significant rate of violent crimes in recent times, more people are concerning themselves with coming to terms with their immediate losses and would rather not live through it again by trying to clean up after a violent scene. For some people, moving to a new place is a step to getting over the …

Who Pays for a Crime Scene Cleanup?

People who have never been directly affected by a crime or had their space turned into a crime scene often have misconceptions about who pays for the crime scene to be cleaned up. Some think the emergency responders who attend to the victims are responsible. Others think the government or enforcement/investigation agencies pay for it. …

How Are Toxic Chemicals Disposed Of?

Laboratory wastes and other common wastes that are harmful to human health and the larger environment, need to be treated and disposed of properly. It is very important, for you to have pre-existing knowledge concerning the perfect ways to dispose of toxic chemicals and also know the different categories of waste that are hazardous to …