Forensic Cleaning Services Services in Lynchburg City County Virginia
Biohazard, crime scene, trauma and death cleanup require the attention of certified experts. At Water Fire Mold of Lynchburg, we take pride in not only cleaning, but restoring your home or business to its original state.
The professionals at Water Fire Mold of Lynchburg understand these situations are often sensitive and emotional. Our local experts are specifically trained to provide professional, respectful services for any and all types of trauma events. Contact a trauma scene and death cleanup team you can trust to perform the job well and in the most respectful, professional manner.
For emergency forensic cleaning services in Lynchburg City County Virginia, call Water Fire Mold of Lynchburg at (434) 478-0843.
Why Hire a Professional Biohazard and Trauma Cleaning Company?
There are several important reasons to hire a professional crime scene or biohazard cleaning company. These include:
- Keep your employees or loved ones safe from dangerous chemicals, infectious disease and bloodborne pathogens
- Both local and state regulations govern biohazard cleanup and disposal, and in some cases, require certified professionals to complete the cleaning
- Minimize the risk of mental stress and trauma to friends, family, employees or survivors
- Save time and energy
- Restore your property’s value
The safest and most respectful way to restore your business or home to its pre-incident state is to hire a team that specializes in the cleaning and restoration procedures you need. Call (434) 478-0843 for 24/7 emergency service from the experts at Water Fire Mold of Lynchburg.
Regulations Governing Biohazard Cleanup and Disposal
Not just anyone should attempt to complete trauma scene cleanup. There are rules governing the cleanup of trauma scenes and those involving biohazards and hazardous materials. Federal authorities that have established regulations include the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Each state also has its own sets of rules – often established and enforced by the Department of Natural Resources or Health Department. County or municipal rules may also exist, and must be adhered to.
For example, only trained personnel with OSHA-compliant Bloodborne pathogen Certification can decontaminate and dispose of biohazard materials. In the process of receiving this certification, biohazard cleaning and crime scene cleanup professionals learn how to manage the dangers, how to use cleaning and personal protection equipment properly and what cleaning protocols must be met at each scene. When you call Water Fire Mold of Lynchburg's certified cleanup trauma cleaning experts, you can be confident that the work will be done safely, respectfully and include the proper removal of all contaminated substances according to all federal, state and local requirements.