Industrial accidents can be a traumatic personal experience for co-workers. Besides the potential emotional scarring of cleaning up after a co-worker, friend or family member, retrieval of body fluids by janitorial staffs can quickly mount into more than the untrained professional can safely handle, even those with blood borne pathogen training. Critical Incident Stress Syndrome (C.I.S.S.) is a very real threat to the well-being of persons that try to deal with these situations. Just because someone survived an injury or accident does not mean that it is any less tragic.