There is no such thing as ‘visually’ clean when it comes to crime scene cleanup. It is extremely meticulous work with the sole goal of creating a hygienic and safe space, instead of cleaning only for visual purposes (i.e. cleaning for appearances). It might sound a bit over the top, but the presence of a single blood spatter or airborne pathogen can lead to serious health dangers, whereby the exposure and chance of infection by HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis C, herpes, E. coli and more should not be underestimated.
For crime scene cleaning we make use of a systematic working method which makes sure that every crime scene is professionally cleaned and disinfected to a hospital grade of clean, or even better. Our cleaning technicians are qualified in removing dangerous biological hazard and possible unpleasant odors. As biohazard & trauma cleanup specialists, our primary goal is always to cause as little damage as possible to the space while restoring it to a safe and livable condition.
Professional crime scene cleanup
All our cleaning technicians must go through a mandatory training before they are allowed to perform this type of work. The reason for this is simple, during our work we are exposed to biohazardous waste such as blood, human tissue and bodily fluids etc. Biohazardous waste can be very dangerous to your health and poses a real risk for getting infected or sick. This type of waste should only be cleaned and removed by trained professionals.
When it comes to safety we treat every cleanup in the same manner. All our cleaning technicians are completely covered in personal protective equipment, respirators, and facial protection. All of our materials are used one time, and one time only after which they are discarded as medical waste.
We work with industrial grade cleaning chemicals, odor removers, tools and materials to make sure the space is cleaned efficiently and restored back to its pre-traumatic condition.
Cleanup after bloody incident.
We always work with three zones. The controle zone, the bufferzone, and the clean zone. This ensures us that there is no risk on cross contamination between the different clean and contaminated areas.
During the cleanup we remove all traces of dirt, chemicals, blood and biological waste. Personal belongings which cannot be saved are disassembled and removed as medical waste.
After the big cleanup has taken place the space is completely covered in a thick layer of disinfectant. After this proces the space is once again inspected to make sure it is safe. If the space is declared to be safe, it is treated with a odor remover to make sure no unpleasant odors remain.
We stand on call 24/7 for any crime scene cleanup situation.
Why should crime scene cleanup be left over to the professionals?
Crime scene cleanup should be performed in a correct manner by trained professionals. If this does not happen, there is a realistic chance that the space is not fully clean (i.e. only appears to be clean), that the cleanup is performed in a irresponsible manner, and that the biohazardous waste is partially or not fully disposed of in a proper manner.
Are you the owner of a hotel, cinema, restaurant, church or other location where the unthinkable has happened? Then the last thing you want to do is let your employees perform the cleanup. The cleaning of a crime scene can have very severe mental and physical consequences for the people involved in the process. It is important to understand that when a crime scene is cleaned by an untrained person he or she will face a serious risk to get sick or injured.
Bezit je bijvoorbeeld een hotel, bioscoop, restaurant, kerk of andere locatie waar het ondenkbare plaatsvindt dan is het laatste wat je wilt doen de schoonmaak aan je personeelsleden overlaten. Het schoonmaken van een plaats delict kan ernstige mentale en fysieke schade aanbrengen aan personen. Het is dan ook belangrijk om te begrijpen dat wanneer de schoonmaak plaats delict wordt uitgevoerd door een ongetrainde professional deze een serieus risico loopt op ziekte of verwonding.
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