Workplace Trauma Scene & Hazardous Waste Clean Up
Workplace Cleanup in connection with industrial, commercial and construction site accidents may also include blood and other bodily fluids that present a unique combination of challenges for detectives, medical personnel, occupants, employees, customers, and owners, but also for those tasked with cleaning the aftermath.
A workplace accident might not always result in the death of an individual or individuals, but in the aftermath of any trauma, whether it is an accident or violent crime or the discovery of an unattended death, there exist biohazards that require a hazardous waste cleanup service. Biohazard materials take the form of organic matter and blood, airborne pathogens, and caustic chemicals that pose a health hazard.
Once removed, a body leaves behind both visual and microscopic traces that can prove harmful to those who may come into contact with them. It is vital that during the trauma scene cleanup, proper biohazard cleanup is also conducted to ensure that all traces of these elements be removed from areas that cannot be seen or easily accessed to ensure proper disinfection and odor removal.
Because of our vast network of insurance clientele, HSA also understands the needs of the insurance carrier when submitting a claim, and provide our workplace cleanup services and documentation in a manner that is consistent with their needs as well.