Cleaning blood and bodily fluids can be dangerous for untrained individuals. Not only is there the risk of getting sick from contact with these fluids, but there is also the potential to spread infectious diseases if proper cleaning protocols are not followed. That's why it's always best to leave this cleanup to the professionals.
At Bio-One of Pittsburgh, our trained and certified technicians have the knowledge and experience to clean up blood spills, body fluids, and other biohazardous waste safely and effectively. We follow all OSHA, CDC, and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) guidelines to ensure your property is properly disinfectd and disinfected after a traumatic event.
Not only are our technicians qualified to tackle these types of work, but they do so with a deep and caring approach aimed at alleviating the emotional distress of everyone involved.
Why is Cleaning Blood & Bodily Fluids Spills a Job for Pros?
Cleaning up blood spills is a job for the pros because it's not just about the cleaning itself but also the safety of those involved. Blood can contain harmful pathogens that can cause serious illness or even death if they come into contact with someone's skin or mucous membranes.
That's why it's important to have a professional team who are trained in the proper way to clean blood spills. They will know how to safely remove as much blood and potentially infectious materials from the affected area.
If you have a human blood spill in your home or business setting, it's strongly recommended to call a professional cleaning company immediately. They will have the experience and cleaning equipment to safely and effectively restore the area and prevent the further spreading of disease.
The Dangers of Cleaning Blood & Bodily Fluids
There are many dangers associated with cleaning human blood and fluids. First and foremost, you must take precautions to protect yourself from exposure to these fluids. Failure to do so could result in serious health consequences.
Additionally, it is important to be aware of bloodborne pathogens from human waste. These materials can include everything from bacteria to viruses to toxic chemicals. As such, it is essential that you take the necessary steps to protect yourself when cleaning these materials.
Finally, it is also important to be aware of the fact that some blood and bodily fluids can be flammable. As such, it is essential that you take the necessary steps to ensure that you do not come into contact with any open flames or other sources of inflammatory mediators when cleaning these materials.
The Importance of Proper Blood Cleaning Protocols
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious diseases and viruses that are transmitted through contact with contaminated blood, spread through contact with infected needles, body fluids, or contaminated surfaces. Bloodborne diseases can cause serious illness and death if left untreated.
There are many different bloodborne diseases, but some of the most common include hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV/AIDS. These diseases can have severe consequences if left untreated, so it is vital to be aware of the risks and take steps to protect yourself.
One of the best ways to protect yourself from bloodborne diseases is to practice safe hygiene. This means avoiding contact with contaminated blood or body fluids and always trusting a professional cleaning company to dispose of any waste carefully.
If you work in a healthcare setting, it is important to follow proper protocols for handling and disposing of needles and other sharp objects.
It is also necessary to clean any surfaces that may have come into contact with contaminated blood. This includes countertops, floors, and other surfaces where blood could have splattered. Use a disinfectant cleaner to clean these surfaces, and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper use.
Bloodborne diseases are serious infections that can have severe consequences. Practicing safe hygiene and following proper protocols can help protect yourself and others from these diseases.
How Bio-One of Pittsburgh Can Help
Cleaning up human blood and waste is a job for the pros. Not only do you have to worry about the physical cleanup, but also about the potential biohazardous materials that may be present. That's where Bio-One of Pittsburgh comes in. We are a professional biohazard cleanup company equipped to handle any blood spill, whether big or small.
If you are dealing with a blood or bodily fluids spill, don't hesitate to call Bio-One of Pittsburgh. We are here to help you through this difficult time.
Compassion. Experience. Respect.
Bio-One of Pittsburgh is always ready to assist you with any issues arising from unanticipated events, such as death and major injury. Our expert specialists are always ready to assist you in dealing with highly pressurized situations that may be emotionally and physically draining, allowing you to focus on other vital activities while healing in a sanitary environment. Locally owned and operated, we provide the following:
Biohazard remediation and decontamination services
- Crime scene cleaning
- Blood spill cleanup
- Homicide and suicide cleanup
- Unattended death cleanup
- Biohazard cleanup
- Feces and bodily fluids cleanup
- Odor removal
- Virus Disinfection
- Fentanyl cleanup
- Tear gas cleanup
- Emergency vehicle decontamination
- Sewage backup cleanup
- Medical Waste disposal
Hoarding cleanup services
- Hoarding cleanup
- Animal hoarding cleanup
- Junk removal
- Deep cleanup
- Gross filth cleanup
- Hazardous waste removal
- Homeless encampment cleanup
Help First, Business Second!
Bio-One works closely with victim support centers nationwide and local authorities, communities, emergency services personnel, hoarding task forces, apartment communities, insurance companies, and other organizations to accomplish each customer's most efficient and superior service possible.
Many crime scene cleanup companies may face unexpected, unfortunate life events. Still, Bio-One is the right choice because of our expertise and profoundly caring and discreet specialists.
We are proud members of the NAPO Pittsburgh - National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals!
Serving the Greater Pittsburgh / Western Pennsylvania Area!
Bio-One of Pittsburgh serves the following Pennsylvania counties: Allegheny County, Washington County, Beaver County, Butler County, Armstrong County, Westmoreland County, Lawrence County, Greene County, Fayette County, and Mercer County.
We also serve the following cities and surrounding communities: Allison Park, Aspinwall, Avalon, Bairdford, Bakerstown, Baldwin, Bellevue, Ben Avon, Ben Avon Heights, Bethel Park, Blawnox, Boston, Brackenridge, Braddock, Braddock Hills, Bradford Woods, Brentwood, Buena Vista, Bunola, Carnegie, Castle Shannon, Cheswick, Churchill, Clairton, Coulter, Crafton, Creighton, Crescent, Cuddy Curtisville, Dormont, Dravosburg, Duquesne, East Mc Keesport, East Mckeesport, East Pittsburgh, Elizabeth, Emsworth, Etna, Forest Hills, Fox Chapel, Glassport, Glenshawock, Harwick, Heidelberg, Homestead, Homewood, Indianola, Ingomar, Ingram, Jefferson Hills, Leetsdale, McKees Rocks, Millvale, Monroeville, Morgan, Mount Oliver, Munhall, Natrona Heights, Noblestown, Oakdale, Oakland, Oakland (borough), Oakmont, Pitcairn, Pleasant Hills, Plum, Port Vue, Presto, Rankin, Rennerdale, Rural Ridge, Russellton, Sharpsburg, South Park, Springdale, Sturgeon, Swissvale, Tarentum, Turtle Creek, Verona, Wall, Warrendale, West Elizabeth, Wes Homestead, West Mifflin, West View, Wexford, Whitaker, Wildwood, Wilkinsburg, and Wilmerding!
Our technicians are available 24/7/365! Contact us at 412-414-3101.