Blood Clean Up
We are often asked, “When should we call BIO-Hazard Cleaning for blood cleanup services?” We offer this standard rule of thumb: If the spill is smaller than a plate, a person can perform blood cleaning themselves, as long as they use proper protective equipment and legally approved disposal methods.
For cleaning larger blood spills in a commercial or industrial setting, there are additional employee protection guidelines which require the person to have been trained in blood-borne pathogens, safety equipment (PPE) and hazardous communications protocols. Cordon off the area and restrict it from access until all materials have been removed or cleaned and fully sanitized.
We are typically called in for blood cleaning and trauma situations, such as industrial accidents, homicide/suicide, active shooter (mass trauma), medical situations such as gastrointestinal bleeding, and transportation accidents. All we do is blood cleanup and biohazard removal.
Bio-hazard Clean Up
We provide Bio-hazard Disposal services to assisted living facilities, nursing homes, pharmacies, hospitals, health clinics, physicians offices, veterinary offices, bio-hazard waste generators and transporters, laboratories, medical examiners/coroners, law enforcement, EMS as well as individuals with medical conditions that require sharps containment.
We believe that no family member, care provider or survivor of a traumatic incident should have to suffer or relive the incident by having to clean it. Our caring and professional bio-recovery technicians are trained and certified by professional nonprofit trade associations which promotes education, proficiency and ethical standards for the emerging industry of bio-recovery services.
Why Choose Us?
• Professional and highly qualified bio-recovery technicians
• The highest trained and certified staff in Texas
• We respect the sensitive nature of this work
• Able to respond to your needs 24/7