Blood Cleanup

Police & Prison Cell Cleanup

Accidents that involve blood pose major safety risks due to blood borne pathogens that may exist in blood spills. It is never wise to come in contact with blood that is not your own.

Bodily fluids such as blood present the risk of exposure to diseases such as:

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a lentivirus that causes AIDS, a condition in humans where a weakened immune system allows life-threatening infections and cancers to swarm the body. Through the transfer of bodily fluids, HIV can be passed along to another person.

Hepatitis C is an infection of the liver caused by the hepatitis C virus. It can cause inflammation and fibrosis of the liver tissue and occasionally significant liver damage.

Many people do not realise they have been infected with the virus as there are no symptoms.Flu-like symptoms can occur but can easily be mistaken for another illness. The most common symptom experienced is fatigue, which may be mild but is sometimes extreme. Unlike Hepatitis A and B, Hepatitis C doesn’t usually cause people to develop jaundice.

You can become infected with hepatitis C if you come into contact with the blood or, less commonly, body fluids of an infected person. The hepatitis C virus mutates very easily, which makes it hard to create a vaccine, and the virus has different genetic variants.

Blood cleanup Service

Our highly trained and experienced crews and are well equipped with personal safety equipment and correct cleaning chemicals and technologies to eliminate the threats blood-borne pathogens. We effectively remove the blood and leave the site safe, secure, clean and sanitised.

Call us anytime 24/7 and our emergency response team will be on your doorstep in no time at all.

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