Blood Clean-Up

Human blood and bodily fluids pose a high risk to individuals who perform blood clean up services. Blood has the ability to spread infectious diseases such as HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and many more. It is for this reason that OSHA requires all workers in the crime scene clean up and biohazard remediation industry to obtain proper certifications and training for blood and bodily fluid clean up. All workers must wear PPE (personal protective equipment) when cleaning up blood. Areas that have been infected by blood or bodily fluids must be properly disinfected and sanitized. Bio-Sheen ensures that all of their technicians have the proper certifications and training to minimize contamination and maintain their safety.