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Biohazard Cleanup

A biohazard is defined as “a biological agent or condition that constitutes a hazard to humans.”

A General Guideline Of Biohazardous Materials Includes The Following:

  • Blood Cleanup
  • Bodily Fluids
  • Death Cleanup
  • Suicide Cleanup
  • Feces
  • Urine
  • Vomit
  • Used Needles
  • Soiled Clothing
  • Personal Items
  • Human or Animal Blood.
  • Saturated, Liquid, or Solids
  • Animal Waste and Nesting Materials
  • Disease Exposure or Harmful to Others

Biohazard Cleanup

Biohazards must be removed, cleaned, decontaminated, and handled properly. This ensures the health and safety of everyone involved. Biohazards contain bacteria and viruses that pose health risks to people who may come in contact with them.

Diseases & Bacteria

Blood-borne diseases including bacteria and viruses found in blood and other bodily fluids can live outside the body for days and weeks. HIV & Hepatitis are the most commonly known risks that can be contracted from biohazards.

OSHA Requirements & Regulations

Companies must follow strict guidelines as determined by OSHA Regulation 29CFR1910.1030. This mandate requires that all employees have proper and comprehensive training before they are permitted to handle an incident. This could expose them to biohazards such as blood, bodily fluids, feces, vomit or chemicals.

We Can Help

Honest Bio Clean can help to mitigate your liability. Our professionally trained crew will clean, disinfect, and dispose of all blood and biohazard materials. You can move forward knowing that you, family, friends or coworkers are safe. For more information, please connect with us. We are proud to service Charlotte and the surrounding areas.

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