When a death occurs, knowing how to choose a suicide cleanup service is incredibly important. Biohazards are potentially infectious organisms that can threaten your health. Some biohazards are the reason to transmit diseases, like HIV, Hepatitis B and C, and MRSA (is a bacterium that causes infections in different parts of the body).
Our cleaning services safely clean and remove any biohazardous substances. We dispose of them properly in accordance with OSHA and health regulations using commercial cleaning supplies.
At Sterile Pros, we follow regulatory compliance and quality assurance standards for all commitments. Some key factors to look for when hiring a bioremediation service company are:
- Proof of Insurance: Companies should carry various insurance policies like vehicle insurance, workers compensation insurance, contractor’s environmental liability insurance, and theft/property damage insurance.
- Employee Experience and Training: Biohazard cleanup is needed for a death, trauma, or crime scene. The technicians should get trained in several areas, including OSHA and other regulatory standards, bloodborne pathogen, personal protective equipment (PPE), respiratory protection, hazardous communication, and heat-illness awareness compliance and training.
- Adherence to Proper Biohazard Disposal Methods: Failure to the comply with local, state, and federal regulations regarding proper cleanup and disposal methods can lead to hefty fines and danger to others.
If you are looking for a suicide cleaning service in Southern California, Arizona, or Nevada, give us a call at 844-BIO-CREW.