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Not All Crime Scene Cleanup Companies Are Created Equal

As the nation’s leading biohazard company, Aftermath is dedicated to easing emotional trauma for those experiencing a homicide, suicide, or unattended death in their home or place of business. We are also committed to protecting the safety of people everywhere.

For almost 20 years Aftermath has specialized in biohazard restoration. Our supervisors and technicians are trained in blood-borne pathogen controls, respiratory protection, personal protective equipment, hazardous communications, and The Aftermath Way.

We have encountered many biohazard companies that claim to specialize in this type of work. Many do not fulfill even the minimum legal requirements dictated by OSHA, the Department of Transportation and the EPA. Additionally, many of these companies pose a direct liability to their customers, due to lack of adequate insurance. Read More


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What to Look for in a Trauma Scene Clean-Up Company

Over the last 13 years Aftermath has specialized in biohazard restoration. Our supervisors and technicians are trained in Blood-borne Pathogens Controls, Respiratory Protection, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazardous Communications as well as The Aftermath Way. We have encountered many companies that claim to specialize in this type of work. Many do not fulfill even the minimum legal requirements dictated by OSHA, the Department of Transportation and the EPA. Additionally, many of these companies are a direct liability to their customers due to having inadequate insurance.

If you are in need of a biohazard restoration company these are the minimum requirements you should expect from a professional biohazard restoration firm.

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When you call our National Dispatch Center (877-872-4339), you will reach a live expert. Not a machine. Real people respond 24 hours per day every day of the year. Your call will be immediately directed to the appropriate area manager. Our staff will ensure quick response during these difficult times. You deserve the respect to speak with real people.

Requirements For Blood And Bodily Fluid Clean Up Companies:

  1. Compliant with OHSA Regulations.
  2. Employees must be Hepatitis B Vaccinated.
  3. Licensed and Bonded.
  4. Properly Insured.
  5. Possess a contract with a Medical Waste Disposal Company for legal disposal.
  6. Employers must give yearly training which includes the incorporation of new procedures.

Often, businesses that experiment in biohazard restoration don’t carry appropriate levels of insurance. When a company is performing work that is not covered under their policy, the liability falls on the business, family or whoever hires them. This leaves the customer open for potential lawsuits if an exposure incident occurs. To carry the necessary business liability and worker’s compensation insurance is extremely expensive for the true biohazard restoration company.

Cheaper isn’t always better.

Cutting corners by performing cosmetic fixes and perfumes will always cost less than using the proper chemicals, techniques, and regulations. But is the threat of a return of the dangerous biological colonies and potential law suits worth the apparent savings.

For those in search of a biohazard restoration company, or those who refer this service to members of their community, take a look at the companies and see if they meet the OSHA minimum requirements, insurance, and have a reputation as a true industry expert.

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