Most people never have to deal with an unattended, accidental, or violent death clean up situation. Usually these events come with their share of emotional shock or trauma and the added realization that the clean up is your responsibility can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are companies like Clean Earth Restorations that specialize in helping you with this. See below for details on why you should use a professional trauma and decontamination service, as well as a free download about steps you should take when facing a death or crime scene.
Under federal regulations, all bodily fluids are considered to be bio-hazards. This means that blood, tissue or other fluids can potentially endanger you by exposing you to things like HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis A & B and many other transmissable diseases. A death scene that involves bodily fluid must be approached with specialized knowledge and equipment in order to correctly remove and disinfect all affected areas. In addition, bio-hazards must be disposed of via a certified and licensed protocol.
If you are facing a death scene cleanup involving, homicide, suicide, accidental death, decomposition, or even sewage spills that include bodily fluids (human or anima), our highly trained technicians can return the affected areas to a pre-incident state. Download our free recommendations document below and click through our contact button below to request a free estimate. Or simple give us a call. We are here to help: 619 284 4239.
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