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August 29, 2020

What are the Benefits of Hiring a Trauma Cleanup Expert

Written by Alliance Environmental

What Are the Benefits of Hiring a Trauma Clean Up Expert?

The dark side of life involves some truly horrifying occurrences, from deaths to natural disasters. A proper cleanup of these disasters prevents contamination and further property damage, and there are some key reasons to consult a trauma cleanup agency.

The Reality of Disasters.

One glaring effect of the proliferation of easy-access media is the widespread knowledge of all things great and small, of which we would have had no knowledge before the internet. There has been a veritable explosion of ideas, communication, and news, and those who have a taste for prurient and morbid fascinations can all too easily discover that it can be a messy world. Any developed area is prone to fire, floods, biohazards, earthquakes, and not just naturally occurring disasters. There is also the looming threat of homicide, suicide, disease, and any number of other unfortunate products of human interaction gone awry. It is unfortunate, but these things happen quite often, and it is always a priority to rectify and clean the scene as quickly as possible to both contain any possible spreading, and to keep bystanders from bearing witness to a tragic event. That’s where trauma clean up comes in.

Trauma cleanup is a very specific, very touchy business that is best left to those with the specialized tools and training for handling extreme disaster scenes, particularly where evidence preservation is of high priority. Trauma clean up services are certified through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), they adhere to very strict codes, and there are a few key reasons to consult their services:

Specializing in Death.

Following a murder or a suicide, it is understandable that homeowners, landlords, conventional cleaning services, and certainly family members do not want to have to take it upon themselves to clean up the remains of a victim—it is a stress-inducing and potentially traumatic undertaking in itself. Trauma clean up experts are specifically trained in dealing with situations involving death, and they are suited to handle the gruesome aftermath of untimely deaths.

Specializing in Disease and Contamination.

The same holds true for biohazards. Residents and commercial cleaning services do not have the tools or personal protective equipment appropriate to handle disease outbreaks and their containment. Trauma clean up experts are currently helping with casualties of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic

Following a severe injury, there is a fairly good chance that blood could be spilled. On top of simply creating a mess, blood can get into cracks and creases, and if not contained properly, it can lead to Hepatitis or HIV infections. Anyone without proper training and material handling equipment is strongly advised not to take it upon themselves to clean up a blood spill; it can be very dangerous. Contact a trauma clean up expert instead.

Specializing in Large-Scale Disaster Cleanup.

A serious event that causes massive injury, death, and structural damage can lead to severe traffic buildup, or in the worst cases, scores of deaths. Trauma clean up experts work as a team. When there is an earthquake, a hurricane, a flood, or a severe storm, a proper clean up ensures that life returns to normal faster so recovery can begin.

Trauma Clean Up in Los Angeles.

California, and especially Los Angeles, is prone to recurring earthquakes, some of which are among the most disastrous ever recorded, resulting in massive property and infrastructure damage and catastrophic death tolls. These events are best handled by agencies like Alliance Environmental, providing services in body fluid disposal, homicide and suicide cleanup, vehicle decontamination, and crime scene cleanup, among many other trauma clean up services.

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