Crime and Trauma Scene Cleaning (CTS) or Crime Scene Cleanup, is the is a term applied to cleanup of blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). It is also referred to as biohazard remediation, because crime scenes are only a portion of the situations in which biohazard cleaning is needed. Such incidents may include accidents, suicides, homicides, and decompositionafter unattended death. It could also include mass trauma, industrial accidents, infectious disease contamination, animal biohazards (e.g. feces or blood) orregulated waste transport, treatment, and disposal (From Wikipedia).
This industry requires strict training of technicians and support staff in order to do this safely and efficiently. Forensic Clean specialises in this type of work. All technicians and field staff are fully qualified to IICRC standards. All operational protocols that we follow at least meet (if not exceed) OH&S standards, EPA requirements, and internationally accepted best practice.
Here’s some general info that you might find useful:
There are many agencies and organisations that provide support to families of, and victims of crime. You may be able to receive assistance during this difficult process.
Some or all of the cost of remediating the site of the incident may very well be covered by insurance – either yours, or the owners’. It is worth your while to investigate. Forensic Clean provide detailed reports for insurance purposes when required.
You do not have to know every detail of the clean-up or remediation process. You are very welcome to have a copy of the report, but this is not expected.
When you engage Forensic Clean you are given information about what to expect, and about how the process works from