There’s no argument that one of the most challenging aspects of working within the cleaning solutions industry is trauma and crime scene cleaning. Unfortunately, sudden and undetected deaths are something that our team deal with upon a regular basis and, despite extensive training and years of experience, nothing can properly prepare our specialists for arrival at the scene. It’s likely that, within their lifetime, most individual’s will never have to endure the discovery of a traumatic or unexpected death, however, for those that do, our job is to do all that we can to make the situation easier to handle.
A traumatic death can be shocking and a highly stressful experience to all those involved, this being further escalated by the responsibility of organising clean-up of the scene. This is a responsibility that is, more often than not, passed to those closest to the deceased, such as friends and family members. During a time of both high shock and stress, the added trauma of having to deal with the cleaning of any blood and other body fluids is not something many a willing to deal with; that’s where we come in.
Clean up technicians never become immune to the scenes that they may encounter when working on trauma and crime scene clean up jobs, instead developing an ability to view each unique case with a great deal of professionalism and compassion for those involved. While our job may involve the cleaning and decontamination of areas involved within a sudden or unexpected death, the work that we carry out demands so much more than cleaning, working to ensure that we help to make difficult situations such as these that little bit easier for those dealing with the shock and stress of losing a loved one.
We are aware that the trauma cleaning services made available by our cleaning solutions team can act to be extremely valuable to those involved in a traumatic death and we pride ourselves on the quality of the work that we provide. Our services are available 7 days a week, so the help you require is never too far away. To learn more about the services that we provide to those affected by traumatic and unexpected death, visit our dedicated crime scene and trauma clean up services page and discover what we can do to help you.