Cleanup

Shore Sweep at Flat Creek

In response to concern about Flat Creek as highlighted by the Gainesville Times, Biotrauma, Inc. hosted a Shore Sweep on August 24th, 2007. The event was a great success, transforming the aesthetics of roughly 1 mile of shore on Lake Lanier. Read more

Blood Spill Cleanup

Workers can be at risk of being exposed to blood borne pathogens such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS. The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has guidelines and standards that apply to blood borne pathogens and blood spill cleanup of the contaminated area. According to the CDC, hepatitis B virus can survive for at least one week in dried blood. The virus may survive on environmental surfaces, contaminated needles and/or instruments. Read more

Biohazard Cleanup Laws

Biohazard cleanup laws are imposed by multiple agencies in order to protect the public’s health and safety. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is one of the agencies that set standards in biohazard cleanup laws. According to the OSHA standard CFR 29 1910.1030, “personnel associated with the biological clean up must be trained, immunized and properly equipped to do so”. Most states will license or permit a company through their local health departments. Cleanup companies have to abide by the biohazard cleanup laws in their jurisdiction. Read more

How to Sanitize a Room

Sanitization in any room is crucial for one’s health. Whether it is a living room or a hotel room, cleanliness is to be expected because if it’s not present, there could be serious health consequences. The matter of the fact is that sanitizing a room does not have to be as torturous as one may think. With the right cleaning supplies and techniques, one can thoroughly sanitize a room according to the situation. In this article, you will learn how to sanitize a room, some of the most commonly used household items that work very effectively for sanitizing a room, sanitizing techniques, the importance of detail orientation during your sanitizing job and certain sanitizing standards for common germy situations. Read more

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