Who Cleans up Crime Scenes?

The term “crime scene cleanup” is applied to addressing the aftermath of a violent crime. Following a violent crime, the cleanup or remediation of potentially hazardous substances like blood, bodily fluids, and other types of biological and infectious materials must be addressed. Misconceptions exist about who is responsible for crime scene cleanup. Many people presume…

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OSHA And California Emergency Response Plan Regulations For Biohazard Cleaning On A Construction Site

The Occupational Health and Safety Association or OSHA is a federal agency in charge of determining worker safety regulations and guidelines. Part of the guidelines that OSHA have put in place is for construction site cleanup procedures by companies after an accidental death has occurred due to hazardous waste accidents or unforeseen circumstances on the…

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Infographic – Fentanyl Use And Lab Data

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