Crime scene cleanup services can be necessary following any number of events including homicide, suicide, and decomposition, and for sewage spills from accidents that include bodily fluids, both human and animal. It’s a difficult topic, and nobody wants to be dealing with the clean up of a crime scene, but it’s so important that the situation is handled correctly.
Federal (OSHA) regulations deem all bodily fluids to be a biohazard. This means that any and all blood, tissue, or fluids are considered a potential source of infection and contamination and need to be cleaned up as quickly as possible.
Crime scene cleanup is NOT something that should be done on your own. Hiring a professional who deals in this niche specialty of cleaning is the right move. Only a professional has the right tools and experience to properly
- Clean at a very detailed level
- Remove contaminated material
When dealing with any biohazard including blood a crime scene technician can help. By doing what they do best with their experience and tools they can clean the affected area, returning it to its original state. At Clean Earth Restorations, we are certifed to handle these delicate situations. Click below to find out more about getting help.