Dealing with blood spills in your home or business premises can potential cause serious health issues. If blood spills on a surface, it is necessary that the corerct clean-up procedure be followed to prevent future contact with harmful blood borne pathogens or disease. Blood borne pathogens can be harmful to human health so extreme caution must be used when dealing with a blood spill.
What are Blood borne pathogens?
Blood borne pathogens are infectious microorganisms found in the human body and are known to cause deadly diseases. Some examples of blood borne pathogens are Hepatitis C, HIV and Hepatitis B. They can be transferred from one person to another through open wounds, needles, and other elements. It is extremely important that your exposure to blood is limited so as to reduce risks during Blood Clean-up.
Why Use a Professional Bio-Remediation Company for Blood Spill Clean Ups?
While not all blood carries harmful pathogens, there is no sure way of knowing whether or not the blood at a crime scene is contaminated unless expressly stated by the source. In situations where a large quantity of blood is involved, such as crime scenes, accidents or suicides, please do not carry out Blood Clean-up by yourself or call a run of the mill clean-up service. Employing a professional biohazard remediation and Blood Clean-up provider such as Australian Forensic Cleaning.
Australian Forensic Cleaning provides a high-class and rapid specialised Blood and Trauma Remediation service across the country. Our expert and IICRC trained biohazard remediation technicians have the required experience to effectively and promptly remediated any Blood & Trauma contamination scene to a habitable and safe environment. Employing years of collective forensic cleaning experience, Australian Forensic Cleaning specialists’ chief importance for each and every Blood and Trauma Remediation job is to afford our clients with a high-class service by the execution of tried and tested, job-specific remediation procedures for a rapid, reliable and successful Blood and Trauma mitigation service.