The most significant risk at a trauma scene is from contact with blood and bodily fluids. Since 1991 health and medical care officials have recognized the danger of contact with bloodborne pathogens which may be contained in any spill of blood and body fluid. The federal government, under the advisement of the Center for Disease Control has enacted laws to protect employees and the public from accidental exposure to such hazards and help stop the spread of these diseases.
Risks at a trauma scene are compounded greatly if there is broken glass, placing workers or occupants at further risk of infectious injuries. Businesses and corporations are liable for severe fines and lawsuits if employees are endangered while attempting cleanup.
BioSpecialists are experts for trauma cleanup. We will certify a site to be clean, free of contaminates and safe for occupancy. BioSpecialists can clean your home, school, or business.
BioSpecialists will help restore productivity faster after a minor or major trauma incident. Call BioSpecialists if you have questions today at 866-331-7731. Let BioSpecialists handle trauma scene clean-up.