Blood & Bodily Fluids Cleanup

Blood is the fluid of all life, but we have all been conditioned not to touch it and most are aware that it is hazardous…but, why? Simply put – blood is a vessel for many pathological diseases and viruses. It’s made up of multiple parts and once expelled from the body, blood can pose more risk than just a serious mess and leaving you feeling uneasy.

All the technicians at Trauma Cleanup Solutions are certified in bloodborne pathogens and adhere to OSHA 1910.1030 guidelines. Our staff is trained annually on OSHA 1910.120 (HAZWOPER) in compliance with all state and local guidelines pertaining to blood and bodily fluid containment, recovery and disposal. We are experienced professionals, available 24/7, which allows us to have the fastest response for blood scene cleanup in Arizona. Call us now if you or your property need blood & bodily fluids cleanup. 

Why Do I Need a Professional?

The staff at Trauma Cleanup Solutions is always available to effectively contain, disinfect, and dispose of blood and bodily fluids from all potential sources. The most common occurrence of large amounts of bodily fluids, including blood, feces, and vomit is typically a death or dismemberment accident. Due to pathogens and other germs, all areas impacted should be considered contaminated and should remain undisturbed until a professional has performed an assessment of the scene. Disturbing blood or bodily fluids can expose you to hazards you are unaware of as most people do not disclose viruses and infections before their death as they can feel embarrassed or ashamed.

Whether the affected area is a residence or commercial space, we will handle each situation with proper consideration of the circumstances in order to remove the painful reminders of tragedies or accidents. Most incidents which cause blood and bodily fluid loss are covered by your insurance company, so that the financial burden can be relieved from you and put into the hands of the professionals at Trauma Cleanup Solutions.

Potential Hazards

No one wants to think of another person as a “hazard” especially if they are close to you, however, the fact remains that you can still contract illnesses from your loved ones or acquaintances that have passed away. We have provided a list of the most common bodily fluids potentially containing blood and can contain pathogens that pose a health risk to you, should you disturb Potentially Infectious Material (PIM):

  • Human body fluids: blood, semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, pleural fluid, pericardial fluid, peritoneal fluid, amniotic fluid, saliva in dental procedures, any bodily fluid that is visibly contaminated with blood, and all bodily fluids in situations where it is difficult or impossible to differentiate between bodily fluids.
  • Bowel Hemorrhage
  • Any unfixed tissue or organ (other than intact skin) from a human (living or dead); and HIV-containing cell or tissue cultures, organ cultures, and HIV or HBV-containing culture medium or other solutions; and blood, organs, or other tissues from animals infected with HIV, HBV, or HSV.
  • Other potential bloodborne pathogens include, but are not limited to: Hepatitis C, Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff) malaria, syphilis, babesiosis, brucellosis, leptospirosis, arboviral infections, relapsing fever, and viral hemorrhagic fever.

All blood-borne pathogens differ in their routes of exposure, infectivity, and risk of laboratory acquired infection. This is why it is important to hire a professional blood cleanup company to handle the cleanup of blood and bodily fluids. Our technicians are highly trained to assess the loss and determine the correct way to completely mitigate the entire blood scene. We do not recommend attempting to clean up blood on your own, even if you look it up on the internet or reference one of your favorite Hollywood movie scenes.

Call the professionals at Trauma Cleanup Solutions if you have been tasked with blood or bodily fluid clean up and save yourself the exposure to hazards as well as afford yourself the peace of mind that it has been properly handled with the utmost care and responsibility.