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The police, fire department and crime-scene investigators who arrive at a crime scene perform crucial tasks in the aftermath of a death. But they don't, as a general rule, clean up. The trauma and crime scene cleaning is ultimately left up to the family or loved ones. In the past, these types of cleanups would be washed up by a simple garden hose and towel, mopped up with household chemicals, or at the very best cleaned by the mortician.

The Atlanta Crime Scene Cleanup Industry is becoming a vital ally to police depts., fire depts., constables, property management companies, body shops, funeral homes and various state agencies, such as victims witness and homicide survivors. After a tragic incident, it is helpful to have someone unattached from the family clean the scene as it can create painful memories. Customers will have peace of mind that the scene is properly disinfected and free of any infectious diseases. CSC companies keep businesses OSHA compliant by preventing exposure of blood borne pathogens to untrained employees.

Each state has their own rules and regulations for CSC companies. In Georgia, a Crime Scene Cleanup company must possess a contractor's license from the State Registrar of Contractors. The contractors license is required because biohazardous waste cannot be removed from many common household building materials. For example, drywall, carpet, permanent fixtures, and other porous materials must be removed if contaminated. Secondly, a Biohazardous Medical Waste Transportation License from ADEQ or the use of a licensed waste transporter is required. Without this license, biohazardous waste cannot be properly disposed at certified facilities. Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup companies in Atlanta are also required to be OSHA compliant. This includes bloodborne pathogen (BBP) training, respiratory fit testing and training, written BBP exposure control plan, and providing a method to remove and properly store biohazardous waste. Lastly, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires companies to use EPA approved chemicals for the removal and decontamination of biohazardous waste.

Our Atlanta Crime Scene Clean Up Services

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  • Maid Service
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  • House Cleaning
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