As an industry leader and responsible community member, Aftermath is committed to educating our customers, communities, and employees about the risks and proper treatment methods of blood and biohazards. We continuously produce educational materials to raise awareness and inform the public.
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“The Aftermath Way”
Bloodborne pathogens do not stop at the surface. In fact, the affected area expands. At Aftermath, we leave nothing to chance. We set the industry standard. We remove any trace of biological material. We use ATP testing to ensure your family’s safety. It’s a process we guarantee. For your peace of mind.
“The Answer To What Now”
When you ask “What now?” The answer is Aftermath. We’re here to help you put the pieces back together after a tragic event, so you can begin the healing process.
Remember, when the health of the people you love is at stake, you want a partner who defines success by the smallest of margins. Aftermath brings a superior level of care and professionalism to every situation, regardless of size or scope.
ATP testing is how we quantify our attention to detail. If you ever find yourself in a situation where you need crime scene cleanup or biohazard remediation, Aftermath will get the job done correctly. It’s a guarantee we can test.
Dealing with suicide is nuanced. While it is an uncomfortable subject to bring up with a friend or family member, it is better to be proactive than to wait and see how a difficult situation plays out. Remember, you may be just the help someone needs in a time of crisis.
Across the country, first responders are called to traumatic scenes every day. They constantly work in dangerous conditions, including those at microscopic levels – exposure to potential bloodborne pathogens. That’s why Aftermath is committed to being a reliable second responder to help contain and clean up after crime scenes.
If you’re faced with a situation you wish were fiction, give us a call at 877-872-4339. We can’t make the event disappear, but we can help you clean up and restore your home or business to a healthy, safer state. When you’re asking, “What now?”…the answer is Aftermath.
Cleaning a home occupied by a hoarder can be very dangerous. There are many serious hazards to avoid. That’s why it is important to call a professional when a home is in need of remediation. Aftermath works with families and friends to remove waste and eliminate health risks.
The flu season can last from October to May, and with new evidence of drug resistant strains emerging, parents are concerned about stopping the spread of influenza. Before you wage battle against flu germs by drenching possessions in bleach, read these tips from the biohazard experts at Aftermath to keep your family healthy this flu season.
The unexpected death of a family member or loved one can be overwhelming and challenging. The days and weeks after the death can be especially emotionally draining if you are responsible for making funeral arrangements and settling the estate.
Every biohazard remediation and crime scene cleanup is unique, and every situation provides a learning opportunity. Below are case studies that highlight the different challenges that Aftermath has come across throughout the years.
- Challenges in the Biohazard Cleanup Business
- Aftermath Reviews Minneapolis Crime Scene Cleanup
- Santa Fe Suicide Cleanup
- Commercial Biohazard Cleanup in Massachusetts
- Bacteria Disinfection
- Boston Marathon Crisis – Vehicle Biohazard Remediation at Scale
- Ebola Cleanup
- Are You Prepared to Offer Hoarding Cleanup?
Aftermath has made education, awareness, and safety a priority for our customers, communities, and employees. We have published educational material regarding health and safety risks when handling biohazards, and proper procedures for disinfection to prevent exposure and outbreaks.
When dealing with potentially infectious biological incidents, understanding the proper protocols are crucial. It is also important to know who qualifies as a trustworthy biohazard cleanup resource in order to mitigate exposure risk.
Insurance adjusters are unlikely to be top of mind when families or businesses are faced with blood or biohazard incidents. However, adjusters can be on the frontlines when handling biohazard claims. This paper addresses the uniqueness of these situations and the special skill sets required to process these claims successfully.