Trauma Cleanup

Blood is the fluid of all life but have all been conditioned not to touch it and most are aware that it is hazardous…but, why? Well simply put – blood is a vessel for many pathological diseases and viruses. It is 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 Blood-borne 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 and assist you for all your blood cleanup and blood disposal needs. Call us now if you or your property need blood & bodily fluids cleanup: (602) 926-7252.

What is Trauma Scene Cleanup? There are three types of traumas: Acute, Chronic and Complex. Acute trauma is more of what we see on a daily basis. These are single incidents involving death or severe traumatic injury resulting in heavy loss of blood and or bodily fluids. This can include accidental death or dismemberment, severe head trauma from a fall, DIY home makeovers with power tool accidents or any other incident involving exposure to potentially infectious pathogens. Unattended death cleanup is considered a trauma scene, and actually can turn into a complicated and very detailed cleanup. Body decomposition begins to set in rather quickly and your property is at risk for incurring damages from the bodily fluids and insect activities with each hour that passes. Keep in mind not all trauma related deaths are crime related, and the team at Trauma Cleanup Solutions knows the difference. No two scenes are alike and every trauma scene requires special care and handling based on the needs of our clients. We are here not only to assist you but to partner alongside you in prompt resolution to a tragic discovery. If you have found an unattended death and need immediate service please call the Trauma Cleanup Solutions Team at (602) 926-7252. Body decomposition cleanup is one of the most difficult aspects of biohazard cleanup in Arizona. Discovering a deceased body is very traumatic under any circumstances. However, in the southwestern United States deaths often occur in 100 plus degree temperatures adding additional complications and will speed up the decomposition process. This is why it’s imperative to hire a professional, experienced, and properly trained biohazard scene clean-up company. Providing these services is why Trauma Cleanup Solutions is the leading qualified company trusted by families. If you have experienced a body decomposition, call Trauma Cleanup Solutions at (602) 926-7252 and trust your scene to our professional staff.

How do we know if we have a body decomposition present?

The five stages of decomposition:

                              • fresh (aka autolysis): 36-72 Hours

                              • bloat: 2 days to 7 days

                              • active decay: 7 days to 14 days

                              • advanced decay: 14 days to 3-6 months

                              • dry/skeletonized: 6 months+

Workplace or industrial accidents that involve blood, blood-borne pathogens, bodily fluids, or other potentially infectious materials pose major health and safety risks, and improper cleanup of these biohazards may result in serious consequences, including the outbreak of illness and diseases. Trauma Cleanup Solutions is the industry leader in blood cleanup and biohazard remediation. Our approach never varies, all of our cleanup services are handled with workplace safety at the top of our priority list. Our technicians are trained annually to handle any loss, any size, anywhere. You can trust us to provide professional rapid response services 24/7/365. If your workplace has suffered a shutdown caused by a violation of OSHA 1910.1030, call the professionals at (602) 926-7252.

Why are vomiting and diarrhea considered workplace accidents?

Oftentimes, when a person with gastroenteritis (severe abdominal pain) vomits or has diarrhea, it is not uncommon to experience projectile or explosive vomiting or diarrhea which can propel small airborne virus particles within a 25-foot radius. Gastroenteritis viruses have been known to survive for 12 to 60 days on environmental and hard surfaces such as toilets, faucets, door handles, handrails, carpets, upholstery, telephones, computers, touch screens, equipment, and kitchen preparation surfaces. These viruses, known scientifically as enteric viruses and more commonly as intestinal viruses, can include rotaviruses, hepatitis A, and norovirus. Blood, vomit and feces may contain germs that can cause serious infections. Trauma Cleanup Solutions can handle the following:
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Cleanup

  • Vehicular Accident Cleanup

  • Industrial Accident Cleanup

  • Workplace Accident Cleanup

  • Undiscovered Death Cleanup

  • Medical Waste Spill Cleanup

If you or someone you know has a need for any of our services please reach out and contact the professional staff at Trauma Cleanup Solutions for a free evaluation and quote today.