Biohazard cleanup is generally a term applied to the cleanup of blood, bodily fluids, and "other potentially infectious materials".
Crime scenes also need biohazard cleaning and remediation. Incidents may include accidents, suicides, homicides, and decomposition after unattended death. It can also include industrial accidents, infectious disease contamination, animal biohazards or regulated waste transport and disposal. Crime scene cleanup can include blood following an attack, suicide, or homicide.
While Biohazard cleanup is not specifically regulated as a class, most if not all of the activities performed by biohazard cleanup teams in the United States are regulated or fall under best practice guidelines from governing and advisory bodies such as OSHA, NIOSH, DOT, and EPA. Those who hire a Biohazard cleanup company should make sure they are properly trained in applicable federal and state regulations and can provide documentation of proper biohazardous waste disposal from licensed medical waste transportation and disposal companies.
Genesis Construction Mitigation and Restoration offers professional Biohazard cleanup, blood cleanup, trauma cleaning, tear gas removal, and unattended death cleanup to homeowners, property managers, commercial companies, military/government and housing authorities. Our services are typically referred by law enforcement, first responders, funeral homes and restoration companies.
If you’ve had a homicide, suicide or a serious blood spill in your home, we know it’s an unbelievably painful experience for you. After the Police have finished their work, you’re the one left with the pain and the mess. Besides blood and other body fluids, there may be damage to property, tear gas, fingerprint dust, and chemicals. The investigation of crime scenes often yields cross-contamination from room to room.
Genesis Construction Mitigation and Restoration will clean and disinfect any biohazard situation, including hoarding, industrial accidents, hospitals or food service venues infected with communicable diseases.