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Suicide Cleanup : Birmingham Alabama Blood Cleanup from Attempted Suicide
Attempted Suicide Cleanup in Birmingham AL resulted in strong blood and bodily fluid odor and blood and body fluid on a love seat and floor.The Authorities confirmed scene release an that all evidence had been collected. All fluids posed risks for the contraction of blood borne pathogen related illnesses such as the potential bio hazards re-mediated.
Potential Biohazards Remediated
- Hepatitis: A,B,C,D,E,G
- HIV / AIDS
- Human T-Lymphotropic / C-Diff / E Coli / Salmonella
Once initial photos were taken the crew dressed in PPE and began remediation of the contaminated area. All contaminated items were photographed and recorded on the discarded items log and then bagged for disposal. All Bio Affected areas on the couch and living room were cut out and bagged for disposal. All Bio affected areas on the wood flooring was treated with an application or Reylon and allowed to soak for 10 minu ted and then wiped down per surface area for proper disinfection. Technicians cross-examined the entire scene under heavy illumination as the final inspection. It was at this time the attempted suicide cleanup scene in Birmingham Alabama was certifiably decontaminated. All remaining waste ans gear were then packed away in the truck. The ozone generator was left for a period of seven days.
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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 →