If there is an emergency situation that requires biohazard or trauma cleanup, the two vital factors are experience and quick response. Exposure to any kind of chemical or biological contaminants can pose serious health risks and the failure to remove these hazardous substances can make the environment unhealthy and dangerous.
Our certified team of technicians from Cousino Restoration & Environmental have the required specialized training, equipment and the experience when tackling biohazardous scenes and removal and disposal of hazardous substances according to the OSHA standards and health regulations. Our expert team is well equipped to assist you in transforming any unsafe environment to clean and safe places.
What You Must Do After Contamination
In the case of any contamination, it is recommended that you do the following:
- Keep out of the affected areas.
- If the situation is life threatening, then call the emergency service personnel.
- Avoid touching any bodily fluids and consider them to be contaminated.
- If there is any sewage damage, turn off the HVAC system.
- Trauma accidents
- Crime scenes
- Blood cleanup
- Natural death
- Infectious waste cleanup
- Industrial accidents
- Disinfecting or odor removal
- Sewage backups
- Animal remains or waste cleanup
- Hoarding scenes
- Chemical spills cleanup
What You Shouldn’t Do after a Contamination
- If the ceiling is wet, don’t turn on the ceiling fixtures and stay out of the rooms if the ceilings are sagging.
- Do not use the vacuum cleaner to remove any water.
- Don’t use any electrical appliances.
- Don’t leave wet fabrics, books, magazines, etc. on the wet floors and carpets.
Bodily fluids, blood and other biohazardous materials can be hazardous for anyone who comes in contact with it — the trace amounts are so small that you cannot see them with your naked eye and can be a serious health risk. Cleaning up such a scene is dangerous and should be left to the experts with proper training and equipment.
Not only should the area been cleaned carefully, all the things removed from the scene must be disposed of in a proper manner to prevent the spreading of contamination and diseases. If the contaminated spaces are not cleaned, sanitized and restored properly, the unseen dangers can linger and cause problems in the future.
Our Water Mold Fire Restoration team will remove, restore and dispose of any of the materials that have been contaminated. Our specialized team of technicians are certified to deal with situations that involve blood, blood-borne pathogens, bodily fluids, hazardous and toxic substances, chemicals and other biohazardous materials that require skilled handling. The team follows standard procedures while disposing of biological materials, which involves the using of proper protective equipment and techniques for correct and efficient disposal.
The team makes use of specialized equipment, protective suits and chemicals and isolate, disinfect, clean and decontaminate all the surfaces. They will clean and sanitize your home, neutralize all the odors and remove and seal all contaminated materials that will then be disposed of at a licensed waste disposal facility.
Biohazard accidents and emergencies do not always happen during regular hours and our trained technicians are always ready round the clock, all year round for your assistance. You can call up our biohazard cleanup service team anytime for more information on 800-874-2122.