We Help First Responders Remove & Clean Biohazard

Sanitization Of Blood, Bodily Fluids, Pathogens & Bacteria
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We Help First Responders Remove & Clean Biohazard

Sanitization Of Blood, Bodily Fluids, Pathogens & Bacteria
We Help Fast 24/7! Call (732) 769-8101

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First responders often face unique and challenging situations that call for a keen sense of situational awareness. While this certainly includes clear and present dangers like smoke, fire, or injuries, there are other more subtle threats to both first responders and the public. This includes exposure to biohazardous materials, as well as cleaning up biohazardous sites and vehicles that may have been contaminated.

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What Constitutes A Biohazard?

Vehicle Contamination

Many first responders like police, ambulances, and firefighters are tasked with treating or transporting individuals who have suffered injuries or who have been exposed to biohazard contaminants. In a scenario like this residual biohazards can put the operator and future occupants at risk even after the individual has been discharged or delivered.

In some of these scenarios, you as the first responder might not have the training, experience, or equipment to safely remediate the presence of the biohazardous materials. Especially when it comes to potential pathogens like HIV, hepatitis, influenza, and COVID-19 that leave no immediate physical traces.

An untrained professional might be tempted to improvise the biohazard cleanup, but this could be a risky proposition. Especially in the case of pathogenic contamination.

In the case of chemical biohazards like residual tear gas, and untrained operator who attempts to improvise the cleanup process is at high risk of being personally affected. Even with reasonable personal protection equipment tear gas residue can be released into the air, which can then affect unprotected individuals in the area.

OSHA defines a biohazard site as being one where the general area or items have been contaminated with blood or bodily fluids as regulated waste.

Common biohazard materials include:

  • Blood

  • Bodily fluids

  • Wastewater such as sewage

  • Rodent droppings

  • Decomposition of dead bodies

  • Decomposing animals

  • Tear gas residue

Professional Biohazardous Site Cleanup & Remediation

Biohazard contamination of sites and first responder vehicles can be very dangerous. Especially if there is a concern about present pathogens or biochemical agents like tear gas. Attempting to clean and remediate them without the proper training, and equipment can further exacerbate the risk to the operator and others.

There are also OSAH, EPA, and DOT regulations related to how these contaminants are treated and disposed of. Failing to follow these important codes could have serious consequences, including liability concerns.

If your first responder vehicles or site have been contaminated by a biohazard or biochemical toxins like tear gas, you really should seek professional cleanup from an experienced professional service like Affordable Remediation. Our certified technicians have extensive training and years of experience working with all manner of biohazardous materials. This includes contaminated sites and vehicles that have been exposed to significant biohazards like blood, bodily fluids, tear gas residue, and dangerous pathogens.

Even more important, Affordable Remediation’s technicians have access to professional tools, personal protection equipment, and commercial-grade cleaning products. This ensures that we can keep our technicians, you, and others in the area safe, throughout every phase of the biohazard remediation process.

We are well-versed in all pertinent federal, state, and local codes with access to the proper disposal sites. This ensures that all biohazardous materials and biochemical contaminants are compliant with site removal protocols and safely disposed of according to OSHA, EPA, and Department of Transportation standards.

Afterward, we can provide you and any other parties involved with the necessary documentation. This will clearly illustrate what biohazards were remediated, the method of remediation, and certified proper disposal according to all pertinent codes.

If you are a first responder needing biohazardous remediation of vehicles, equipment, or physical site cleanup, you can trust the experienced technicians of Affordable Remediation is ready to tackle even the most serious challenges.

Professional Documentation & Certification Upon Completion

Many state and local laws require some type of documentation after a biohazard contamination event. This might also be a requirement of your home or business insurance provider. Landlords and rental property managers often face intense scrutiny after something like an unattended death, sewage backup, or a ruptured pipe.

At Affordable Remediation, we can provide you with the proper documentation to verify that whatever the biohazard was, that it was professionally remediated to all pertinent standards. This will help streamline any possible insurance claims or clear any concerns about the safety of a rental property.