Crime Scene Cleanup Video Guide
We are in business not only to provide specialized cleaning services, we also truly want to help make a difference.
We aim to offer the most professional and efficient crime scene cleanup in the Atlanta area
When the death of a loved one occurs in Atlanta, family members and friends face the challenge of handling many responsibilities that require immediate attention. CSCA is here to assist you during this difficult time. The cleanup of the aftermath following a death requires special care by highly trained professionals who will complete the job thoroughly and in accordance with federal and state requirements. Blood and bodily fluids must be handled and disposed of in a responsible and safe manner to reduce chances of exposure. At ITS, the protection of our customers is our primary concern. During this challenging time, our team of patient and compassionate support staff will guide you through the process, and our project managers will negotiate with the insurance carrier on your behalf. All our customers are treated with the utmost dignity and respect and every job is performed as discreetly as possible. Complete re-build services are also available upon request. Knowing that the professionals at ITS are taking care of the clean up and restoration will enable you to focus on the important matters and each other.
At CSCA, we are sensitive to the concerns and emotions of those who may be present at the cleanup scene. They may have questions or fears, or may simply need a sympathetic smile and comforting word. Our staff understands the shock and grief they are feeling, and responds with respect, discretion and genuine concern. Easing both the physical and the psychological burden of tragedy and trauma cleanup, we are proud to partner with home and business owners in need of compassionate, skilled property restoration.
We understand that getting through the aftermath of a traumatic event may require assistance. For this reason, we provide our customers with the additional information that they may need to help them get through their grief.
The importance of discreet and quick crime scene cleanup services
Crime Scene Cleanup Atlanta responds quickly to provide discreet and professional biohazard cleanup services in Atlanta area. Our specially trained team of expert technicians provides the following professional biohazard cleanup services.
Atlanta Emergency and law enforcement personnel deal with immediate concerns like necessary medical treatment or evidence preservation, but the task of cleanup often falls upon the shoulders of friends, family members, business owners, and property managers. Without taking time to grieve and recover from the trauma, they must erase all evidence of what has happened.
Along with emotional hardship, crime scene and trauma cleanup can present special environmental challenges. Biological residue, dangerous chemicals, deadly pathogens and other contaminants may be present, and may require specialized retrieval and disposal techniques. A surface cleaning may overlook unseen body fluids which, if left undetected, could cause infection or spread disease. Special permits and safety training may be necessary to transport and dispose of hazardous biological wastes.
Welcome to Crime Scene Cleanup Atlanta
Crime Scene Cleanup Atlanta specializes in Crime Scene Cleanup, Blood Cleanup, Suicide Cleanup, Death Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup, Vehicle and Accident Scene Cleanup, Hoarding Cleanup, Clutter Cleaning and Removal, Extreme Cleaning, Disinfection and Decontamination, Meth & Fentanyl Drug Lab Cleanup, Water Removal, Flood Damage Restoration and Mold Remediation. We perform all forms of Trauma Scene Cleanup throughout Atlanta GA area. We provide emergency aftermath biohazard cleaning and restoration 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CSCA is here to help.
What is Crime Scene Cleanup?
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Crime Scene Cleanup Explained
CTS decon is a specialized type of cleaning
Crime scene cleanup is a term applied to cleanup of blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). It is also referred to as biohazard remediation, because crime scenes are only a portion of the situations in which biohazard cleaning is needed. Such incidents may include accidents, suicides, homicides, and decomposition after unattended death. It could also include mass trauma, industrial accidents, infectious disease contamination, animal biohazards (e.g. feces or blood) or regulated waste transport, treatment, and disposal.
Types of Cleanup
There are various types of crime scenes that require cleanup
Crime scene cleanup includes blood spills following an assault,
homicide or suicide. There are many different sub-segments, named
primarily after additional collateral, contingency, or preconditions,
regarding the presence of non-blood borne organics, toxic irritants
(e.g.,tear gas) or disease vectors.
However, it is the legality of charging a fee for mitigating
potentially harmful biohazard situations that differentiates a
registered crime or trauma practitioner from any general restoration,
carpet cleaning, janitorial or housekeeping service.
While the field of crime scene cleanup is not specifically regulated
as a class, most if not all of the activities performed by biohazard
cleanup teams in the United States are regulated or fall under best
practice guidelines from governing and advisory bodies such as OSHA, NIOSH, DOT, and EPA.
Crime Scene Cleanup Questions & Answers
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A variety of crime scene cleanup professional services offered