Posts Tagged ‘Biohazard Cleanup’

BioHazzard Cleanup and Decontamination

The Pinnacle Homes at Rocky Ridge, in Georgia, is a premier community managed by Colonial Properties Trust. Because of its tenant density and need for unit availability, it was of the utmost importance that the affected unit (wherein a suicide had occurred) be restored to its pre-incident condition as soon as possible.

We were thrilled with the affordable work that Biotrauma has done for us.

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Biohazard Cleanup Equipment

Over the past 10 years, billions of dollars have been doled out to states for biohazard cleanup equipment in order to prepare themselves against biohazards and bioterrorism. Specific types of emergencies can include anthrax, smallpox, chemical emergencies, natural disasters and radiation emergencies. Each situation would include different types of biohazard cleaning equipment. 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