4 Tasks That a Suicide Scene Cleanup Service Employs

The discovery of a suicide is something that few people will ever fully forget. Once the police are called, the scene is checked, and the body is removed, someone has to deal with cleaning the site. That usually falls on the shoulders of the next of kin. Fortunately, it is possible to call a suicide…

Local Biohazard Cleanup Services Trenton New Jersey

What would you do if some sort of disaster, crime, or other event left your property with some sort of biological hazard? There may be the temptation to try cleaning the space yourself. That’s a course of action that should be avoided. A better solution is to call one of the local biohazard cleanup services…

Body Fluids, Tissue and Blood Spill Management

Every health facility should have proper blood spill management in place for dealing with blood spills, tissues, body fluids, and other substances. Also, they should have a procedural manual that details how to deal with blood spills. For a more proactive blood spill management system it is imperative that you contract a professional blood spill…

Cleaning an Area Following a Violent Death

Decomposition is inevitable once a person passes on. It takes place as quickly as possible, usually within the first few hours after someone passes away. Within the next 3 days, the level of decomposition degenerates even further. But this time, the internal organs start decomposing. Five days after the body starts to bloat, releasing gas…

Start a Profitable Biohazard Cleaning Service

Biohazard cleaning services technicians are experts who handle the cleanup of crime scenes and other related vices. They are saddled with the responsibility of cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfected a trauma-related scene that is rampant with blood spills, bodily fluids, and tissues. These are the residues found at the scene of the event after a tragic event…

Medical Waste Disposal – A Responsibility for Everyone

Medical waste, also known as biohazardous waste, contains pathogens that are potentially harmful to humans. A fine example of this infectious substance is a blood spill. Sharp items like blades and needles that have the potential of causing injury if handled carelessly also fall into this category. Disposing of such items must be in line…