Many businesses in the area have suffered from biological hazards. Biohazard is not your typical restoration or cleanup scene. It requires certified experts to tackle the damage. Quality Services LLC is certified. We are prepared to handle any type of biohazard cleanup and restoration you need.
Biohazard cleanup requires trained professionals to recover blood, body fluids and other potentially infectious materials. For the safety of you, your family and friends, as well as your employees and ours, we strictly adhere to all local, state and federal guidelines including OSHA, DOT and EPA. According to OSHA guidelines, supervisors and technicians need to have blood-borne-pathogens training, personal-protective-equipment training, current hepatitis B vaccinations, exposure control plans, hazard communication plans, exposure incident reports, respiratory training and so on. Such plans must be kept up to date with ever-changing local, state and federal guidelines. Your average company will not have these types of programs in place, putting both themselves, their employees and others at risk.
Equipped with the necessary PPE and cleaning products, Quality Services LLC Professionals are here to help transform any unsafe environments back into clean, safe offices. Keep in mind that this gear is designed specifically to address biohazard remediation. It is not the same type of gear utilized in home improvement projects or less risky cleanup endeavors. This gear includes specialized equipment that includes:
- Masks or respirators
- Protective outer-clothing
- Shoe coverings
Biohazard cleanup involves cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing areas where a traumatic event has occurred. Thus, dealing with biohazards often means dealing with blood, chemical spills, and more.
Biohazard Cleanup Services:
- Blood and Bodily Fluid Remediation
- Accident cleanup
- Chemical spills
- Virus Decontamination and Protection
- Sewage Cleanup and Sanitation
- Coronavirus – viral pathogen
- Deodorization and Odor Control
Our Biohazard Cleanup Process:
- First of all, the remediation crew identifies the affected areas and determines the scope of the biohazard cleanup. Once a plan is in place, remediation efforts begin as quickly as possible.
- Then, technicians take steps to maintain their safety and that of other individuals near the cleanup site.
- Afterward, they remove all potentially infectious materials from the site.
- Non-hazardous materials are either removed or decontaminated and sanitized if they are salvageable.
- After cleanup and sanitization, technicians deodorize the affected areas. Walls and flooring may be sealed to cover any remaining stains from the incident.
- Removing contaminated materials, then cleaning and sanitizing is often enough to control odors. In some cases, the crew will use hydroxyls or ozone to ensure the odor is eliminated.
The decontamination of a business due to trauma, sewage backups, chemical spills, or other biohazards can be dangerous. Specialized training and experience is key when choosing a cleanup company to resolve these circumstances