Industry has come to recognise that improving occupational health and safety practices, by investing in resources and following increasingly strict protocols and guidelines, results in improved productivity and reduced costs. Accidents do still happen, and in this instance you want any bio-hazard material removed quickly and safely. This minimises both the health and safety risks of other staff, but also reduces the emotional impact of the reminders of the accident. All material and equipment that has been contaminated with blood and/or body fluids will be either decontaminated and disinfected, or disposed of according to EPA guidelines. For further information about our compliance with regulations and policy, please contact us.
An industrial accident can cost you more than the immediate productivity loss, not to mention the loss of life or health of your staff. If not dealt with quickly and with respectful care, your staff will believe that the company minimises their workplace risks. Ensure that your staff know how much you value them and their safety.
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Trauma Scene Cleaning is a specialised service for properties that need to be restored back to a safe and hygienic condition. As part of a trauma clean, all hazardous materials will be removed or treated to remove disease, odours and other contaminants including blood, bodily fluid, and fingerprint dust. Other items such a bedding, furnishing, carpet, flooring, clothing and other such items may also require disposal to ensure the property is restored back to its pre-existing condition. Forensic Cleaning Specialists are located in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Canberra, Hobart, Cairns, Newcastle, Tamworth, Mackay, Stanthorpe, Toowoomba, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Townsville, Geelong with services to regional Australia available. To discuss your forensic cleaning requirements with a trained technician, call Crime Scene Clean today on 1300 BIO HAZ.