Trauma And Crimes Scenes

Special Training

The following comprise the specialized training Trauma and Crime Scene Clean Up technicians receive that enables them to be ready to assist in your clean up needs.

  • Crime Scene Cleanup
  • Trauma Scene Cleanup
  • Crime Scene Restoration
  • Gross Filth
  • Hoarding and Distressed Properties
  • Unattended Death and Decomposition
  • Elimination of Odors
  • Accidents with Blood & Bodily Fluids
  • Removal of Bio hazard Waste
  • Animal Feces and Associated Odors

Safety Precautions Have Been Instituted

Initially first responders to crime scenes or trauma cleanup cases are Police, Firefighters and Investigators. They perform crucial tasks in the aftermath of these incidents. What cannot be ignored, as a rule, is cleanliness and health concerns. Until recently clean up after the violent death of a person was the responsibility of families themselves because of many blood borne illnesses’ recent health and safety measures have been instituted in many states creating a standard for the cleanup of these type incidents.
It is not uncommon for crime scene cleanup professionals to charge by the hour for their services. Cleaning the crime scene is a niche market within the cleaning industry. Crime scene cleanup concerns more than just the removal of hazardous materials. They work exclusive with special chemicals and products that are not available to the general public. These help clean the biologically contaminated items at the scene of a violent death (homicide, suicide or accident) or a chemically contaminated scene as a meth lab or a site that has been exposed to anthrax. The cleaners arrive on the scene and return the job site to its state prior to the incident.

A Violent Death Situation

When a violent death occurs within the home, the family usually does not move out of the house. The work of cleaning is to remove any sign of what happened and biological threats. Special knowledge is required for handling this dangerous material and knows what to look at the scene. For example, if you notice a blood stain the size of a fingernail on the carpet, there is great probability of a larger stain below it, and with that left behind you can be assured that even more evidence is present within the general vicinity and all paths leading to and from the general area where the crime took place. For trauma cleanup you also need permits to transport and dispose of crime scene waste and deceased individuals.

Definitely A Job For The Pros

Professional crime scene experts are able to handle all crime scene and trauma cleanup projects. A common misconception is only workers from medical-related fields are prepared to deal with these type scenes however usually they are experienced paramedics or emergency nurses. Beyond the preparation or certification, trauma or crime scene cleaning pros need to have at least three characteristics: a strong stomach, the ability to separate emotionally from their work, and a sympathetic nature.
Cleaning equipment for crime scenes must ensure that the scene becomes secure and that the public does not come into contact with bio-hazards. Regardless of the type of scene, the final step in any cleanup is the removal of all elements so it will appear as if it did before the scene.