What Is Trauma Cleaning?

Trauma Cleaning

Trauma Cleaning (also known as Trauma Scene Management) usually involves the cleaning and safe removal of contaminates from a business or home in the aftermath of a traumatic event such as an accident, unattended death or suicide.

Our Trauma Cleaning service is available to both individuals and business customers in and around Barnet.

Contaminates left behind after a traumatic event has occured are usually blood or bodily fluids that may include (but not limited to) a wide variety of infectious pathogens including HIV, Hepatitis A, B and C and Tuberculosis and are not necessarily visible to the naked eye.

Why Choose Us

Our professionally trained trauma cleaning team provide expert, compassionate and a rapid response to any traumatic event in Barnet and utilise state of the art trauma cleaning equipment. This enables us to act on, and restore your property to the condition prior to any traumatic event taking place.

Trauma Cleaning is a potentially hazardous situation and as such it is imperative that whatever the incident, it is treated as such. This involves the use of highly trained trauma cleanup personnel, utilising the correct equipment and carrying out decontamination, removal & disposal in accordance with all legal requirements and our own internal risk assessment procedures and trauma cleanup guidelines. Our Trauma Cleaning operatives will be dispatched to you business or home in Barnet and depending on the severity of the situation - this could be immediatley, regardless of the hour or day.

Trauma Cleaning Legal Requirements

We have been successfully fulfilling national Trauma Cleaning contracts to commercial customers and individuals for over 15 years. We are professionally trained, fully insured and accredited members of some of the nations most respected industry certification bodies. Our trauma cleaning & disinfection procedures allow us to not only meet but to exceed the 2010 Biocide Product Directive standards against Avian flu, A/H1N1 Swine flu, MRSA, C.difficile, Listeria, Paeruginosa, E-coli, S.Aureas, Enterococcus hirea, Bacillus subtillis, Asperigilus niger, Salmonella, Legionella pneumophilia and many more.

We are also licensed waste carriers & dispose of all items in a legal, environmentally responsible manner in full accordance with all current UK legislation.

If your are a business or individual based in Barnet and are interested in our Trauma Cleaning service, please feel free to contact us.


Interesting Facts

The house fly is the most common of all domestic flies, accounting for about 91% of all flies in human habitations, and one of the most widely distributed insects, found all over the world; it is considered a pest that can carry serious diseases.
Mould growth in a home is not limited to flooding & water damage any exposure to moisture such as a lawn sprinkler, condensation, steam (as from an unvented shower in the bathroom) or periodic leaking that is not attended to will foster the growth of mould.
The Hawk moth is the worlds fastest flying insect attaining speed of over 30mph and the Privet Hawk Moth is the largest species found in the UK with a wingspan of 12cm.
Mould can eat the paint. Many people attempt to paint over mould only to discover that in a few months the mould has either poked its way through the paint, or the paint has started peeling off.

Wasp venom contains a pheremone that once released causes other wasps in the area to become more aggressive, its not advisable to kill a wasp that is near a wasps nest as this can cause them to swarm.

Make sure you contact us as soon as possible, wasps sting can be painful or in the case of an allergic reaction can cause anaphylactic shock which can be fatal.

As well as offering Trauma Cleaning in Barnet we also offer Trauma Cleaning to the nearby areas of Borehamwood, Hertsmere, Potters Bar, Elstree, Shenley, Brookmans Park, Enfield, Brent, Cuffley, Radlett, Haringey, Bushey, Harrow, Camden, South Oxhey, Watford, Cheshunt, Hatfield, Islington,

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