Trauma cleaning is relevant across a broad range of sensitive events, including suicide and accidental deaths. There are numerous health and safety concerns proceeding these events and the best possible outcomes for all involved. At AllAces we understand the extremely difficult nature of these situations and can offer discreet and empathetic assistance during times of urgency. Our trained and certified technicians are here to help, promptly dispatched to site when needed.
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What is Involved
Trauma cleaning is required after traumatic events usually involving accidental deaths, severe accidents, or suicide. When dealing with these events, certain procedures and specialised protective equipment will be needed to return an area effectively and safely to a reusable condition. Our certified technicians are experienced in these situations and will work discreetly and professionally to return your property to you as soon as possible.
Events where trauma cleaning is necessary include:
- Accidental deaths: death due to accidents in private or business premises, or terminal illness.
- Scenes of suicide: casualties resulting from suicide
- Cleaning of motor vehicles: fatal collisions where fluids, decomposition odours and blood could be present.
- Hoarding: Extreme cases of hoarding can lead to unsanitary conditions and require trauma cleaning services to remove biohazardous materials.
- Decontamination of odours
Why Engage a Professional?
Traumatic events are extremely difficult to deal with, not to mention the psychological repercussions of returning to a trauma scene. Our trained and certified technicians have experience handling these situations with care and sensitivity. We will always approach these situations with empathy to produce the best possible outcome for all involved. AllAces Cleaning & Restoration are available 24/7 for urgent requests of this nature, with responding technicians ready to take over the scene.
When is trauma cleaning needed?
Trauma cleaning will be required in a variety of situations where a traumatic event has resulted in the presence of biohazardous material. It is critical to note that trauma cleaning is a specialised service that should only be performed by trained professionals who are outfitted with the necessary equipment and protective gear to ensure the safety of both the cleaners and anyone who may come into contact with the affected area.
Is trauma cleaning dangerous?
If proper safety precautions are not taken, trauma cleaning can be very dangerous. Trauma cleaning entails the removal and disposal of biohazardous materials such as blood, bodily fluids, and tissues, which can contain pathogens and infect anyone who comes into contact with them. Professional trauma cleaners are trained to follow strict safety procedures, wear PPE such as gloves, masks, and suits, and use specialised cleaning agents and equipment to effectively remove and sanitise the affected area.
Are trauma cleaners necessary?
Yes, trauma cleaners are required in situations where a traumatic event has occurred, and biohazardous materials have been left behind. The safe removal and disposal of bodily fluids, blood, and other biohazardous materials from a scene is referred to as trauma cleaning. Attempting to clean up a traumatic scene on your own can be hazardous, exposing you to harmful pathogens and increasing your risk of infection.