Crime and trauma scene cleaning is any type of cleanup situation involving biohazard, biological, and infectious materials. Our technicians undergo specialized training to know how to remediate and dispose of all kinds of biohazardous and infectious waste. We utilize specialized equipment that traditional cleaning crews do not have. This profession belongs to a small group of professionals that have to follow strict federal and state regulations and laws based on the type of waste disposed of and how the affected area is disinfected. Not all service providers meet this strict requirement. Therefore, when you have a blood removal need, call someone trained & certified to meet these needs.
Crime Scene Cleaning is not Routine Cleaning
Crime and trauma scene cleanup includes cleaning up blood from homicide (murder), disinfecting odor from unattended death or suicide, removing waste from a blood spill, decontaminating a home for health reasons, and everything in between. Once a crime, accident, or trauma scene has been released from an investigation by the police, the owner or the person responsible can begin cleaning. This is important to do right away so infection won’t spread. If a human body is involved, due to death or murder, the medical examiner or the funeral home will come and remove the body then the cleanup process can start. The cleaning process begins by removing blood stains, disposing of biohazardous materials, and disinfecting the surrounding areas. This process is recommended, sometimes required by OSHA law, to be carried out by properly trained and protected technicians. Our staff is trained & certified and exceeds all minimum training requirements and we are all OSHA compliant. To find out more about what is involved with crime and trauma scene cleanup, feel free to call us at 817-223-0016 for additional information.
We provide top-quality crime scene cleanup services including cleanup and remediation services following an unattended death, suicide, and hoarding to families and businesses throughout North Texas and across the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding areas. Please view our Service Area for a complete list of cities and counties we service.