Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup
Decompositions, Suicides, Homicides, Accidents, Bodily Fluids etc.
It is important that a Crime or Trauma scene be properly decontaminated by trained professionals in order to protect occupants of the property, as well as to ensure the safety of those performing the decontamination.
Trauma decontamination involves cleaning, disinfection, and disposal of all "Biohazardous Infectious Materials", (WHMIS Class D, Division 3). This not only includes the structure itself, but also personal effects and furniture that have been contaminated with body fluids, (blood, urine, etc.), even though much of the contamination may not be visible to the naked eye. This "invisible" contamination often occurs due to emergency personnel tracking biohazardous materials through the property.
Materials that have been contaminated with biohazardous materials often give off pungent odours. These materials (carpet, tile grout, concrete, wood flooring, etc.), when properly decontaminated by our technicians, can often be salvaged without any leftover odours.
Our technicians work with a grieving family to ensure they have a thorough understanding of the cleaning process. These jobs can be completed quickly and efficiently, and we are happy to work with your insurance adjustor, friend, or other family member if you would prefer to have limited involvement.