Biohazard / Trauma Scene Cleanup
Biohazard cleanup is any situation that deals with the cleaning up of blood or other infectious materials. Special precautions need to be taken to safeguard against blood borne pathogens (diseases transmitted via blood) such as HIV/ AIDS, Hepatitis A, B & C, tuberculoses and other infectious pathogens.
MR. SERVICE, INC. Personnel have been personally trained and are fully aware of OSHA's requirements in biohazard cleanup, resulting in safe handling of blood and other potentially infectious materials.
What To Do In A Biohazard Cleanup Situation?
- Call our experts to assist you.
- Do not attempt to clean up the area yourself- it is not worth the risk.
- Leave the windows closed and the structure secure. We will handle the odor.
- Strongly discourage anyone form sorting through belongings until the area is made safe.
Death, traumatic injury, or hazardous contaminations are events that few people ever plan to experience. MR. SERVICE, INC. recognizes that the times in which our services are needed are usually unpleasant and may even be tragic. We relieve others of this emotionally traumatic task discreetly, sensitively, and professionally, without publicity or sensationalism. Our team is dedicated to minimizing the affects of trauma and crime to family members and property owners. Our remediation methods insure that the property or dwelling will be safely usable within the shortest possible time. MR.SERVICE, INC. provides services for residential, commercial & industrial environments, which have been affected by the presence of biological infectious waste, blood or body fluids. We are dedicated to assisting police, medical examiners, insurance companies, property owners and managers and commercial companies in restoring property that has been contaminated as a result of crime, disaster or misuse. The cleanup and decontamination of trauma scenes is serious work. Trained, certified, and experienced professionals should perform this work. Our staff consists of professionals who understand cleaning and decontamination procedures, complying with all OSHA regulations. They are trained in specific areas such as Universal Precautions, and Blood Borne Pathogens. Our highly skilled team has performed numerous blood scene decontaminations and cleanups ranging in size and complexity from small bloodstains to large crime scenes. Contaminated items and other potentially infectious material can also release dangerous blood borne pathogens into the air you breathe. You owe it to yourself and your employees not to expose yourself to such potentially dangerous biohazards.