Trauma Scene Cleanup

Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning Services Windsor

Our team of technicians are certified through the RSA to handle the cleanup and decontamination of areas that have been subjected to biohazardous contamination.

If you need cleanup for:

  • Sites where a murder has occurred: The body will have to been removed by the authorities.

  • Sites where a suicide has occurred: The body will have to been removed by the authorities.

  • Sites where a body has decomposed: (usually referred to as putrefaction sites) The body may or may not have been removed, totally or partially, by the authorities

  • Site where a violent attack has occurred: (blood and body fluids are present) A shooting, knifing or other violent attack without causing death

  • Sites where human fecal matter is present: For example, from accidents in retirement homes, Alzheimer’s care facilities, etc

  • Sites where blood is present: Someone may have fallen, cut themselves, and bled onto floors and/or furniture

  • Sites where blood and body fluids are present that may not be human: An example is a deer crashing through a window of a store; the deer is severely cut from the broken class in the window, bleeds out, and dies in the store

We can help with:

  • Trauma Scene Cleanup

  • Biohazard Scene Cleanup

  • Crime Scene Cleanup

  • Blood-borne Pathogen Cleanup

  • Decontamination of areas subjected to biohazardous contamination

  • Removal of blood/bodily fluids

For help with your trauma scene cleanup emergency, call us at 1.877.987.7363 or

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The Type of cleaning service labeled Trauma Scene Cleanup also known as: Biohazard Scene Cleanup, Crime Scene Cleanup, Blood-borne Pathogen Cleanup and a variety of other names. These services deal with work sites and situations involving blood and/or bodily fluids.

Our team of technicians are certified through the RSA (Restoration Services Academy) to handle the cleanup and decontamination of areas subjected to biohazardous contamination.

The blood and body fluids of Trauma Scenes can contain potential infectious pathogens that cause harm to humans such as:

  1. Bacteria: Tuberculosis, Strep, Staph, E-coli
  2. Fungi: Aspergillosis, Histoplasmosis
  3. Viruses: Hepatitis A, B, C, D and E, West Nile, HIV, Common cold and Flu
  4. Prions (an infectios agent made up of protein): bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE, also know as “mad cow disease”) in cattle and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) in humans.

Any Trauma Scene or biohazard cleanup should be handled by a Certified professional company to ensure proper steps are taken to remove correctly, and clean the scene and prevent the potential of infectious pathogens.

Need safe and effective trauma and crime sceen cleanup? Supreme is here to help.
 

 



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