Trauma cleanup involves a specialized process that ensures the health and safety of those who must return to the space. Bloodborne pathogens, body fluids, and hazardous chemicals require procedures that minimize the risk of disease and infection. Our team handles the dirty work so that you can return to your home or office in a reasonable amount of time.
As an IICRC Certified Restoration Service, we are more than qualified to take care of trauma and hazard cleanup needs. We perform biohazard waste removal, carpet and upholstery cleaning, odor removal and neutralization, and content restoration.
The IICRC Standards detail the administrative procedures, containment and disposal of waste and sharps, and the use of biocide and antimicrobial technology. IICRC Certified Restoration Service teams must also provide a confirmation of cleanliness.
Trauma cleanup process
Bloodborne pathogens and body fluids stain carpets, flooring, walls, and personal belongings. They pose a great health risk if not handled properly. Trauma cleanup crews must wear the right safety gear and follow precautions to prevent the spread of disease. Biohazards will be collected and removed, following all appropriate waste procedures.
After the removal of hazardous materials and waste, the trauma cleanup crew will begin the process of stain removal and cleaning. Carpets and upholstery undergo spot cleaning and disinfectant treatments. If the items were damaged, restoration experts work to restore them.
Our carpet cleaning process restores the structure of the carpet fibers. Deep cleaning through the IICRC certified truck-mounted hot water extraction method removes deep-seated dirt and grime while also freshening the carpet fibers. We apply disinfectant solutions in the case of trauma cleanup. The final step would be applying a protection solution so that the carpets stay fresher for longer.
Contents remediation means that personal belongings go through cleaning, sanitizing, and restoration. Our team inspects each item to determine the best method for restoring and repairing the item. The cleaning and disinfecting process removes biohazards from the content items.
Another part of trauma cleanup is odor removal and neutralization. We use solutions that can remove left-over odors following trauma. This goes beyond cleaning the surface to removing odor-causing bacteria. Without this process, an item could look clean but still emit odors that become reminders of the past trauma. The neutralization of odors in materials and in the air ensures that the atmosphere is clean.
The final step in trauma cleanup is a confirmation of cleanliness. We ensure that the area is clean. Our team is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week to handle trauma and hazard cleanup. Our priority is to remove and all signs of trauma and restore the property as fast as possible.
The aftermath of trauma can cause stress, but IICRC Certified Restoration professionals can handle the trauma and crime scene cleanup for you. Your home or office will be restored so that you can return to your daily life as soon as possible.