What is involved in a crime scene clean up?
Crime scene clean up involves assessing a scene to determine the best way to remove and disinfect bio hazard materials to make sure your family or workers are safe from any diseases. It is best to use experienced technicians that have been thoroughly trained and experienced to remove blood and body fluid items in or around Dallas, TX. Items such as carpet, walls, floors, fixtures, furniture, bedding, infected items, and wallpaper are collected and placed into bio-hazard bags and are taken to a biohazard facility for disposal in or near Dallas, TX. Please not, the dumping of bio hazardous waste in a public dumpster is against the law in Texas with serious consequences.
Why is crime and suicide scene cleaning dangerous?
Cleaning up after crime and suicide scenes may look easy on television, but you need to be well trained, well equipped and cautious; diseases such as hepatitis, AIDS, TB, Staph, and other deadly diseases maybe present in the bio hazardous area. Also, many items such as needles and glass can poke through the skin and can cause some major health risks.
Why hire Dallas Crime Scene Clean services?
For property managers and homeowners in Dallas, a crime or trauma scene was the last thing anyone is prepared to clean up and deal with. Members of the family, friends or workers who try to clean blood, body fluid, human tissue, Brain matter, decomposing body parts, needles, and dead animals, find this either physically or an emotional drain, not to mention that cleaning after a trauma scene opens up the “cleaning person” to be contact with hazards associated with blood, tissue and decomposition products. Please be aware that the physiological drama doesn’t end when the incident occurs. Many who clean up after a trauma scene have to deal with the emotional issues while cleaning. Generally, this can have a negative psychological impact on the family member or friend who chooses to clean up after a traumatic event.
Always Use A Professional Company, To Avoid The Following
Legal exposure to workers compensation claim and possibility of a lawsuit by an employee or even a family member or friend. Although some will down play the risk, with the public knowledge of bio hazards risks and the rising use of lawsuits, you may want to consider using a bio-hazard company to hand off the legal responsibility.
- Having a written BBP exposure control plan.
- Having been provided appropriate personal protective equipment.
- Having been offered the Hepatitis B vaccine with exposure evaluation and medical follow-up.
- Being provided with a method to remove and properly store the bio-hazardous waste in properly marked containers for disposal at an approved site
Dallas Crime Scene Clean’s staff has undergone extensive training to ensure the best in bio-hazardous remediation. All of our clients will be treated with respect and given the discretion they deserve, in their time of need.
Things To Know When Choosing A Cleanup Company
- Never Have a Verbal Agreement with a Cleanup Company.
- Never Sign a Contract, Without Reading All The Fine Print, And Understanding Their Charges
- Never Allow a Company To Start A Cleanup, Without Knowing the Cost.
- Never Allow a Company to Clean, Without Insurance.
We thank you for allowing us to assist you and you’re family, during your time of need. God bless!