In most cases our blood cleanup services are covered by homeowners, commercial, or automobile insurance and there is little to no cost to you. The state of Florida may also offer financial assistance for biohazard and blood clean up services. Hazmat Cleanup is here in your time of need to remediate any scene as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and speak to one of our compassionate representatives about the blood cleanup services that we have to offer in Polk County, Florida.
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Before attempting to clean up a blood spill, it's very important to be certain that all the proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is used to keep you safe. And remember, even though you're wearing PPE, it's still important to use caution while cleaning up body fluids. Do your best to avoid getting blood on your PPE and periodically inspect your PPE for any rips or tears. Use this checklist prior to making contact with any blood.
For heavily blood saturated areas, use kitty litter to soak up the bulk of the body fluids. Then use a scoop or scraper to shovel the kitty litter into biohazard bags. When the bulk of the blood is contained, saturate the area with your disinfectant chemical. Allow the disinfectant to soak for several minutes before wiping up the blood. After there is no more visible blood, apply your disinfecting chemical to the already cleaned surface, allow it to sit for several minutes, and wipe away. This ensures thorough decontamination of any potential bloodborne hazards.
Most people don't realize the risk involved when attempting to clean up a biohazardous threat themselves. There are many infectious diseases that can survive outside of the body for several weeks unless properly disinfected. There is no need to risk possible exposure to communicable diseases, blood borne pathogens, infectious bacteria, etc. Hazmat Cleanup is licensed with the Department of Health and is trained to incorporate OSHA guidelines into the cleanup of blood and sanitation of any biohazard or bodily fluids.
Blood is considered a biohazard and there are regulations on how to transport and dispose of it in the state of Florida. By law, the vehicle that will be transporting the biohazardous waste must be registered with the Department of Health and the company must be licensed to transport and generate biomedical waste. Body fluids should be contained in clearly labeled biohazard bags. These bags must be sealed and placed into biohazard boxes on which a label must be attached including the business name, address, and four digit Department of Health number. These boxes can then be transported to a biohazard waste disposal facility where it is usually either incinerated or steamed for sterilization.
Any property containing blood or bodily fluids that could possibly pose a threat to the health of human beings or animals is considered a biohazard. Hazmat Cleanup specializes in decontamination, deep cleaning, and proper disposal of blood related waste for both residential and commercial properties in Polk County. Our highly trained blood clean up technicians will disinfect the area using only non toxic, hospital grade chemicals. We will safely remove any blood, bodily fluids, or other infectious waste and legally transport it to an appropriate biomedical waste disposal facility where it is incinerated.
List of cities and communities in Polk County that we service:
Polk County, Florida, United States
Alturas, Auburndale, Babson Park, Bartow, Bradley, Davenport, Dundee, Eagle Lake, Eaton Park, Fort Meade, Frostproof, Haines City, Highland City, Homeland, Indian Lake Estates, Kathleen, Kissimmee, Alfred, Lake Hamilton, Lake Wales, Lakeland, Lakeshore, Loughman, Mulberry, Nalcrest, Nichols, Polk City, River Ranch, Waverly, Winter Haven
Coming into contact with potentially infectious blood should be taken very seriously. Any blood spill should be treated as though it were infected with a dangerous disease like HIV, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C. Having the proper personal protective equipment is a must before attempting the cleanup. One simple mistake could mean exposure to risky bloodborne pathogens and have grave consequences to ones health. Don't ever hastily try to get it done. Be patient and cautious and be sure that you're in an alert state of mind.