Frequently Asked Questions
Unfortunately it falls upon the family or the property owner to arrange the cleanup. At a most stressful time let us take the strain from you and get the cleaning done quickly and efficiently.
Any body fluids (blood, vomit, urine, faeces, semen) have the capacity to carry harmful pathogens transferable to humans. Among them are HIV and Hepatitis B.
We adhere to strict procedures and guidelines to ensure the safety of our staff, our customers and the public.
All body fluids and any sharps removed from the scene are classed as hazardous waste and needs to removed and taken to the nearest waste disposal centre and incinerated.
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Any crime scene or traumatic incident that leaves behind body fluids or drug paraphernalia has the potential of transferring viruses such as Hepatitis B to anyone who is not trained in their removal.
All our staff have undergone an accredited training course at the National Academy of Crime Scene Cleaners and follow strict guidelines to remove all evidence of blood etc and ensure that the property is left, once again, habitable.
Body fluids are the generalised term for any liquid that can be discharged from the human body and are known to transmit transferable diseases from one person to another.
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