Biohazardous materials are defined as biological substances that have the capacity to cause illness or even death to a human being, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Biohazards can contaminate your home or business in a number of different ways. These include everything from contamination by infectious disease to rodent droppings to the release of blood and other bodily fluids as the result of some sort of traumatic events like an accident, crime, or suicide. Call our veteran-led biohazard cleaning company.

What Are Osha Requirements for Cleaning up Biohazardous Waste?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA, has established a set of requirements and standards associated with cleaning up biohazardous waste. These requirements are developed from laws passed by Congress, together with regulations adopted by OSHA itself. At the heart of the requirements for cleaning up biohazardous waste is the OSHA Blood Pathogens Standard. Based on this…

What Is Biohazardous Waste?

Biohazardous waste is defined as material contaminated with potentially infectious agents that are considered to be a threat to public safety or health as well as the environment more generally. Liquid biohazards represent one of the types of dangerous biological matter a broad the public and biohazard remediation professionals face. There are four general categories of…

What Is Biohazard Cleanup?

Biohazardous waste is defined as biological substances that threaten individual health, as well as the environment. Biohazardous waste comes in the form of various microorganisms, viruses, bacteria, toxins, and other pathogens that are capable of adversely impacting human health. These hazards can also be harmful to other animals as well. Biohazard cleanup is also oftentimes referred…

How to Dispose of a Blood-Stained Mattress in California

Every day in California, people die in bed. In some cases, people experience traumatic deaths which result in blood staining a mattress. In other situations, people die, and their remains aren’t immediately discovered, resulting in fluids contaminating a mattress. Disposal of Uncontaminated Mattress If a person passes away in bed from natural causes, and the…