At AllAces Cleaning & Restoration we understand how difficult and emotionally draining the aftermath of a traumatic incident can be. Our forensic cleaning services are intended to alleviate this burden and return your property to its pre-incident condition. In this article, we will explain the forensic cleaning process and how we can assist you during this difficult time.
The process of cleaning and sanitising a property after a traumatic incident is known as forensic cleaning, also known as crime scene cleaning, biohazard cleaning or trauma cleaning. Homicides and suicides, as well as hoarding and unattended deaths, are examples of such incidents. The goal of forensic cleaning is to remove all traces of biological and chemical contaminants from the affected area and to ensure that the property is safe to occupy.
There are numerous incidents that will require professional forensic cleaning, otherwise known as crime scene cleaning, trauma cleaning and biohazard cleaning. Each term used involves an extensive cleaning process with trained and accredited technicians.
Planning and Evaluation: The first step in forensic cleaning, trauma cleaning, crime scene cleaning or biohazard cleaning process is to assess the situation and devise a strategy. Our trained professionals will assess the scope of the work, determine the necessary equipment and resources, and create a thorough cleaning plan.
Containment and Elimination: We will begin the containment and removal process once the plan is in place. This includes isolating the affected area to prevent contaminants from spreading and removing any contaminated materials. To remove all biohazardous materials safely and effectively, our team employs specialised equipment and techniques during all biohazard cleaning and trauma cleaning.
Sanitation and Cleaning: The cleaning and sanitisation process can begin once the contaminated materials have been removed. To ensure that all surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and sanitised, our team employs hospital-grade disinfectants and specialised cleaning techniques. This includes any surfaces that were damaged by the incident, such as walls, floors, and ceilings.
Deodorisation: Our team also offers deodorisation services in addition to cleaning and sanitising. We use advanced equipment and technologies to eliminate any odours left over from the incident.
Final Examination: Following the completion of the cleaning and sanitisation process, our team will conduct a final inspection to ensure that all traces of biological and chemical contaminants have been removed. We take pride in our attention to detail and in ensuring that our client’s properties are habitable.
It is always best to engage expert service providers when facing potentially contaminated forensic or biohazard materials. Professionals, such as AllAces, understand the associated risks inherent in contaminated scenes and substances. Our technicians receive training and accreditation to handle sensitive materials and are equipped with the appropriate protective gear. It is also beneficial to the authorities to have a licensed and experienced company involved in mitigating these risks. Do not subject yourself to the psychological repercussions of revisiting a crime scene, or accident site, contact AllAces Cleaning & Restoration to step in and provide an empathetic and discreet solution.
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What is trauma cleaning?
Trauma cleaning involves cleaning and sanitising a space where a traumatic event, such as a crime, accident, or suicide, has occurred. This specialised cleaning process is done to remove any biohazardous materials and restore the space to a safe and habitable condition.
When do I need forensic cleaning?
Forensic cleaning may be necessary after a traumatic event, such as a crime, accident, or suicide, has occurred on your property.
What are biohazardous materials?
Biohazardous materials are any substances that contain biological agents, such as bacteria, viruses, or bodily fluids, that can pose a threat to human health. Examples include blood, faeces, urine, saliva, and tissues. These instances may require professional biohazard cleaning.