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Workplace Biohazards - The Different Types of Hazards
When you heard the word biohazard, the first thought that comes to your mind is “hazmat suits” and “toxic material”. Biohazards are mostly related to health-related disease and illness.  When dealing with biohazard material it’s best to take precautions whether you are at home or your workplace. There are different types of hazardous. OSHA defines these occupational hazardous as: 1)    Safety Hazards – The most common type of biohazards and will be present in the
Requirements for a Biohazard Removal Cleaning Service
We are a biohazardous cleanup company with years of experience in cleaning up after a trauma, crime scene, suicide and much more. We know what you have been through and will remove any biohazard waste and help you to move forward in these hard times. We often deal with unattended deaths, crime and trauma scenes. These events leave biohazards and blood-borne pathogens that require a hazmat cleaning service. These biohazard materials are infectious and pose
Needle Cleanup - Biosite Cleanup
It is a serious cause for concern when used injecting equipment (needles/syringes/sharps) are sometimes found in parks and other public places. If these hazardous materials are not separated from regular waste injuries can occur. And this exposure leads to infections. Wounds caused by needles that accidentally puncture the skin are needle-stick injuries. Exposed needles can carry blood-borne viruses like AIDS (the HIV virus), hepatitis B and hepatitis C. And anyone is at risk of getting
Top Tips After a Fire – What you should be doing
A fire in a home can cause serious damage. Your home and many of the things in it may have been badly damaged or ruined by flames, heat, smoke and with water used to put out the flames. Most things you want to reuse will need to be carefully cleaned. It is important to understand the risk to your safety and health even after the fire is out. Knowing where to begin and who can
Crime scene cleanup vs Crime scene investigation
‘Murder’, ‘Assault’ these are terms related to a crime scene. A question we often encounter is the difference between, ‘crime scene cleaning’ & ‘crime scene investigation’? A crime scene cleanup refers to cleaning up blood, body fluids, removal of another potentially harmful biohazardous material. The cleaners also protect any evidence if they find during their cleanups. Crime scene cleanup process is performed after the crime scene investigation has taken place. A crime scene cleaner works