Blood Borne Pathogen Clean Up
Blood borne pathogens may be released at crime scenes or accidental death scenes. They may also result from a laboratory spill or a hospital spill. When an injured person drips blood, or when containers of blood are broken, you have the risk of blood borne pathogens.
These microorganisms can enter through the skin, the eyes, or mucous membranes. Airborne biohazards can remain dormant, or go active. If the skin barrier is broken or there's an abrasion, this is another route of entry.
These pathogens can create diseases as serious as viral Hepatitis. This is inflammation of the liver caused by a virus. The liver acts as the body's filtration system to rid it of poisons. HIV and other deadly diseases can also be contracted by contact.
To ensure you have a completely decontaminated scene, call Biologic. Blood cleanup is a major health risk. Our professional technicians are trained in OSHA and EPA regulations and can take care of all of your requirements. We even handle insurance claims and reimbursements. Call us 24/7 – we're available on immediate notice.