Biohazard cleanup is challenging work that demands qualified and experienced technicians that handle potentially hazardous materials. These include blood and body fluids, and other disease-carrying pathogens. The proper handling of such scenes, some of which are crime scenes, is crucial.
The safety and health of customers, employees, and tenants are a top priority for businesses and property owners where biohazards are involved.
That brings out the importance of hiring professional cleaners..
Why Engage Biohazard Cleanup Professionals?
If your guests or new tenants suspect you are trying to stage a cover-up by employing amateur cleaning techniques, it might not bode well for your business. You’ll probably just cover up the lingering odor of a long-since-solved mildew problem, but your clients might think otherwise.
Because of the technical nature of the cleanup work and the high risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens, biohazard cleanup and remediation requires proper training, specialty equipment, and licensing. That is why, as a property owner, you need to engage the services of a pro cleanup firm.
Suicide and Trauma Cleanup
The unfortunate fact is after a violent crime or suicide case, the authorities are not responsible for the cleanup or disinfecting the scene. That is the responsibility of the property owner. However, most people are not mentally or emotionally equipped to handle such trauma cleanup.
Professional trauma cleaners are not only qualified but capable of providing a broad range of biohazard cleanup services.
- Industrial mishaps
- And many more scenarios
As most hospitality professionals will attest, to spare loved ones the trauma and cleanup work, many people opt to end their lives in hotels, hostels or rented rooms. Remediation firms are equipped to handle such cleanup and eliminate all sensory reminders of the sad event.
Cleaning Other Difficult Situations
Decontaminating a business due to issues such as suicide, trauma, chemical spills, sewage backups, or other biohazards can be emotional and dangerous. It requires specialized equipment and training only available from professional biohazard cleaners.
Exposure to chemical and biological contaminants poses serious health risks. Failure to properly remove them can be risky for your tenants and bad for business. As part of the biohazard cleanup, cleaners remove blood, bodily fluids, viruses, bacteria, mold, and other biohazards from your property.
Essentially they make your business space healthy and safe again.
OSHA Compliant Cleaning
If a company doesn’t adhere to OSHA or other local regulatory bodies when doing biohazard cleanup, it may face possible lawsuits and fines.
- Licensed cleaners are trained to follow OSHA guidelines when cleaning and disposing of bio-hazardous substances.
- They should not only be OSHA-compliant but have vast experience in biohazard cleaning to ensure a safe environment.
24-Hour Cleanup Service
Biohazard emergencies and accidents don’t always occur during official business hours. Look for a biohazard cleanup company that is available 24 hours a day—one that you can rely on to make an immediate response to your distress signal.
We work discreetly and quickly to clean and neutralize sources of odors in your business premises. Whether your business is in the hospitality, industrial, or rental/commercial property industry, we’re here for you!