Crime Scene Clean up
We are an authorized service provider for California’s Victim Assistance Program
Exposure to organic and chemical impurity can pose serious health sequel. Our squad of licensed professionals are trained to safely clean and remove contagion substances and relinquish them properly in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration and California health regulations.
Crime Scene Clean up is many times observed a contagion removal service, especially if there are any blood or body lymphatic present, and should be treated with great heed. The plague that are associated in these types of scenes are observed contagion waste and therefore should be relinquish in the same procedure as medical dissipation. This means that shouldn’t just throw out the items that have been in contiguity with these plague, but instead comply to hiring professionals when disposing of medical dissipation from a crime scene clean up. At West Coast Bio Solutions, we have the procedure and stipulation to properly dispose of medical waste in our state. We also follow the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards with regards to personal protection apparatus and the required steps when working within potentially perlious conditions. In addition, we can take care of any rotting or odor present at the scene immediately.
We provide our services 24/7 with no extra levy for nights, weekends or holidays. We also provide No pester, FREE Estimates and can bill directly to your insurance company. In most cases, depending on your indemnity, your insurance will cover our billing, minus any inference your coverage requires.
As a private native or business owner in need of a crime scene clean up, you need to realize that the waste and any effectuate items shouldn’t be relinquish of like ordinary detritus.
Doing so puts you and the handlers of this litter in the future at risk. This waste is a contagion and needs to be dealt with as medical dissipation, meaning it must be properly detach, secured, categorize and relinquish of per Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards.