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Frequently Asked Questions About Crime and Trauma Scene Clean Up
Crime and trauma scene clean up services rid a site of blood, hazardous waste, spills, trash and chemicals. These professionals are skilled in proper removal of toxic waste and human by products such as blood that may occur after a suicide, homicide, accident or spill. Here are some frequently asked questions you may face when looking for a crime and trauma scene clean up crew:

How quickly can you arrive on the scene?
As soon as you place a call, most technicians can be on the scene in under an hour. This is because many of these types of companies operate 24 hours a day to meet emergency needs. They are on call to clean up after hoarders, rid the scene of blood after a murder or remove toxic chemicals from a truck spill.

How much do you charge?
Most crime scene and trauma clean up technicians can’t give you a price until they view the scene. Cost depends on many factors, such as how many employees the job will require, how much biohazard disposal is needed and how long the job will take. Many offer free estimates, with self pay discounts and affordable payment arrangements. Ask if the company will beat competitors’ prices.

Can’t I clean up the mess myself?
You could, if you’re the homeowner and the crime or accident occurred in your home. But if you’re an employer, you can’t make your employees clean the mess unless they are trained in blood borne pathogens, have protective gear and equipment available, have offered them a hepatitis vaccine and have provided them with proper methods of removing, storing and disposing of biohazardous waste in a legal manner.

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A crime and trauma scene cleanup crew is a team of people with special training to remove, dispose of, and disinfect biological and biohazard waste and materials from a crime scene. Different from a regular cleaning crew, a crime and trauma scene cleanup crew uses special supplies designed for decontamination to remove blood, biohazard chemicals, and odors to restore the area and its surroundings. After the government releases the site of a scene from their investigation, a cleaning crew steps in to do the job.

There are many types of scenes that a cleaning crew will help with. Deaths as a result of homicide, suicide, or unattended death are common occurrences. After giving the human body to the coroner to deal with the decomposition, the crew will get rid of blood and any other infection-causing materials left. Also, a cleaning crew may be called for an emergency to clean the site of a meth lab, or rodent infested gross filth house. Sometimes, in cases of hoarding, this type of cleaning crew's expertise may even be needed.

A related profession to a crime and trauma scene cleanup crew is a regular cleaning crew that does not need to have special training or follow specific regulations and laws. Although they cannot clean up a murder scene, blood from an injury, or substances from a drug bust, these professionals can help in other circumstances. If you are dealing with a messy situation that does not involve biological or biohazard materials, then these are the professionals you should seek.