Trauma Cleaning Services – Common Queries About Trauma Cleaning
Trauma cleaning services are required to clean up after emergencies involving crime, trauma and suicide. Not only is it important for trauma cleaning firms to respond quickly, but also they must completely eradicate any health hazards that such scenarios pose. This involves adhering to stringent legislation and guidelines. In this post, we are going to address some of the common queries asked regarding this type of cleaning. The first is who is responsible? There is a common misconception that the emergency services will arrange trauma cleaning once they have finished. This is not the case. The owner of the premises or property holds responsibility for doing this.
How quickly does the property owner need to get in touch with a company for trauma cleanup services? In short, they should contact a firm as soon as possible, so that cleaners can arrive on the scene as soon as the emergency services have finished carrying out their duties. Can the property owner clean up themselves? No. You should never attempt trauma cleaning without the necessary experience or equipment. There are many risks associated with doing so. Viruses such as HIV, Hepatitis C, and Hepatitis B are transferred via bodily fluids, meaning you could easily become infected. And, this is just one of many potential health hazards, which is why such strict legislation is in place.
Who can be contacted for specialised trauma cleaning services? You can get in touch with Environmental and Building Services Ltd by calling 01277 218241. You can also find out more information regarding our industrial cleaning services via our website: http://www.ebsbioclean.co.uk. We have over 15 years of experience in the industry, and all of our staff are trained to the highest standard. We also hold a waste carriers licence, and our team has been appropriately vaccinated for such work. We will be happy to supply you with a no-obligation quote, free of charge, so please do not hesitate to get in touch.