Industrial Accidents

Industrial accidents require specialised biohazard cleaning procedures

At National Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning we have built a strong reputation for excellence in biohazard cleaning following industrial accidents. These can take various forms, including:

•    Explosions and fires
•    Falling objects
•    Truck and vehicular accidents and collisions
•    Traumatic deaths or grievous bodily harm
•    Chemical spills

The one factor that is common to all of these accidents is the existence of bio hazardous contamination from bodily fluids or chemicals. This type of industrial accident requires the strict enforcement of specialised forensic cleaning procedures.

We will ensure that biohazard clean up procedures are put in place immediately, so that the polluted area can be sanitised following extraction of any contaminated material. You might be surprised at how often industrial accidents actually occur. Many are only small spills of chemicals that are quickly contained and removed, but others require more time and effort to ensure that the area is once again safe for employees.

Forensic cleaning for biohazard material in industrial accidents

At National Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning we can handle the clean-up of any blood or other bodily fluids, as well as chemical spills or other contaminants, onsite in a safe manner. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced and have years of experience on the job.

Our equipment is top-of-the-line and we are fully qualified to handle any industrial accident situation.

Despite improvements in workplace health and safety, industrial accidents still occur and when they do, you need a professional company to step into the breach. That is where the 24/7 National Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning emergency response teams can be of assistance. We assess the contamination problem and respond quickly and efficiently to ensure that the area is safe, containing any bio hazardous material and removing it safely for later disposal.

Remember - in the work place, the use of household cleaning products to clean up and contain biohazardous material is not sufficient to ensure the safety of your employees in the area. So for the health and safety of your employees and to prevent future litigation concerning the accident, the biohazardous material must be removed safely and the area cleaned professionally.
In addition, you must ensure that all of your employees are removed from the contaminated area, do not let any of your employees attempt to clean up the spill and remember that time is a critical factor in bio hazard cleanups and removal.

Workplace health and safety

Professional forensic cleaning of areas affected by blood, bodily fluids and hazardous chemicals is imperative to workplace health and safety. It is vital that employees are kept away from the area, that the spills are contained and that any hazardous materials are removed and disposed of correctly and promptly.

If necessary, we will high pressure clean the area, following the appropriate containment and removal of all contaminants. We will return the site to you when it is once again safe for your employees. We will also issue you with a full report on the clean up and the procedures used for your records.

 If you want more information on our biohazard cleaning services for industrial accidents, call National Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning on 0488 007 6750488 007 675, email us at info@ntcsc.com.au or complete our online enquiry form.