After an unattended death is discovered and reported to the appropriate authorities and the body removed, it is usually the family’s responsibility to clean up the area.
To many, death cleanup might sound like any standard cleaning. In reality, it’s a specialty service that demands proper equipment, training, licensing, and certification.
Our unattended death cleanup team will safely and quickly handle all your unattended death problems with great professionalism and compassion.
Fire safety is extremely important for families and businesses to maintain an environment that is safe.
Whether at home or the workplace, it is essential to know about fire safety, how to prevent fires, and how to react in the event of a fire. The key is preparedness. In the workplace, everyone has the responsibility of keeping an environment that is safe from fire.
No matter the size, nature, and activity of your workplace, several essential fire safety guidelines need to be taken by every office team member.
Cleaning for Coronavirus (Covid-19) is not simply a matter of using disinfecting wipes.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), current evidence suggests that Coronavirus (COVID-19) may remain active and alive for days on different surfaces. Thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing (disinfecting) surfaces in offices, public spaces, and homes helps lower people’s chances of contracting Coronavirus or spreading it.
Recommended cleaning protocols include:
Cleaning — Removal of dirt, germs, and impurities from surfaces. Cleaning doesnít kill the virus but lowers the risk of infection. Clean surfaces using water and soap.
Disinfecting — Using chemicals to kill pathogens on surfaces. We only use the EPA recommended list of products (List N) to kill Coronavirus safely.
The death of a loved one is always a difficult time, but this article will help you organize your responsibilities afterward.
Grief following the death of a loved one can derail your focus. However, there is no escaping the fact that you need to attend to several tasks that must be done when a loved one passes.
It may help to divide and share some of the responsibilities with other family members whenever possible. If finances permit, seek the assistance of an outside party experienced in handling such matters.
Below is a checklist of what you need to do immediately after the death of a loved one. We also look at what should be done after a few days and in the weeks that follow.
Our highly trained cleaning techs help restore your home and life after a traumatic event.
Blood is one of the most potentially risky substances to clean up. Accidents or spills that involve blood pose significant health risks.
When cleaned improperly, blood may expose you to several bloodborne pathogens such as HIV, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), and a host of other transmittable diseases.
Even at home, when you stub your toe on the diving board or your child gets a bloody nose, you will need to clean it up. Because we don’t want everyone exposed to bloodborne pathogens, proper cleanup processes are essential.