A crime scene cleanup operation has to comply with strict OSHA regulations
Crime scene cleanup should be left to professionals, period. If you need crime scene cleanup in Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Jupiter, Palm Beach, Port St Lucie or Stuart, FL you should call in the experts. Accident Scene Cleaners specialise in crime scene cleanup throughout the State of Florida.
A crime scene is a highly sensitive area that also holds vital evidence that will be of great interest to police, detectives, forensics and prosecutors. You don’t want to mess with that. After detective and forensics have concluded their investigation the crime scene will need to be cleaned up. This is not a task for the uninitiated and especially not for loved ones or relatives involved. Crime scene cleaning has to be done in a specific and professional manner. Everything has to photographed, cataloged and recorded.
A crime scene will also contain biological elements such as blood tissue, feces, mucus and other pathogens that will pose a health threat. Body decomposition could have occurred which will leave behind dangerous biological particles. There is a real risk of transmission of infectious diseases if the cleanup process is not handled professionally.
That is why you need highly trained technicians who know how to preserve evidence and how to handle bio-hazardous elements and materials. These technicians also use highly specialised equipment and chemicals when cleaning a crime scene. There are strict standards that have to be followed during a crime scene cleanup operation. These standards and procedures are laid down by the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration).
When it comes to crime scene cleaning you want to deal with a company that is ABRA Certified, employs inoculated technicians, uses discretionary unmarked vehicles and understands the traumatic nature of such an event.