Crime scene cleanup Georgia

Why choose us

We are family owned business and since decade we have done thousand of successful cleanup jobs in Georgia We are committed to provide the safest crime scene cleaning services to people in Georgia at the most affordable service charge

Certified Crime Scene Cleaning Crew

Licensed & Insured Biohazard cleaners for your home in Georgia

24x7 Quick Response Team

Schedule your Georgia crime scene cleaning or blood cleanup 24 hours a day

20+ years Industry Expertise

Our Georgia crime scene cleaners are the leading professionals for after death

Crime Scene Cleaners Available in Cities Throughout Georgia

You're in the right place if you're looking for assistance with blood cleanup, odor removal, or any biohazard cleaning including crime scene cleanup in Georiga.  Select the city you are nearby or reside in and you will be put in touch with our closest regional office that can dispatch assistance to you.  Our trauma cleaners are specifically trained to handle extreme cleaning issues that arise after someone dies in a home.  These are usually specific biohazards that need to be cleaned and sanitized.  

Blood Cleanup Specialty Cleaning in Georgia

No matter how much blood is left at your home it is a biohazard.  The blood stains or blood-soaked furniture must be removed, the odors eliminated, and any health hazards must be sanitized.  Experts working with us are trained to deal with these matters and more.  Contact us 24-7 for any trauma cleanup or crime scene cleaning that may involve blood or biohazards.  For over 16 years we have provided several of our locations in Georgia with proper services and trauma cleaners who have restored homes and cleaned them from the dangerous pathogens blood leaves behind. 

Why Hire Professionals for Biohazard Cleaning in Georgia 

There are several reasons why it is important to hire a professional biohazard cleanup company in Georgia:

  1. Expertise and Experience: Professional biohazard cleanup companies have the expertise and experience necessary to properly clean up and dispose of biohazardous materials. We are trained to follow industry best practices and safety protocols to ensure that the area is completely decontaminated and safe for use.  Making us the best choice to call when you have had a murder, suicide, or unattended death at your home or apartment.  

  2. Safety: Biohazardous materials can pose serious health risks to anyone who comes into contact with them. Professional biohazard cleanup companies have the necessary protective gear and equipment to safely handle and dispose of these materials. We are also trained in the proper techniques for minimizing the spread of dangerous pathogens.  This helps restore a home to a safe and sanitized condition without harming yourself.

  3. Legal Compliance: There are strict regulations governing the handling, transport, and disposal of biohazardous materials. Professional biohazard cleanup companies are familiar with these regulations and ensure that all work is performed in compliance with state and federal laws.

  4. Peace of Mind: Dealing with the aftermath of a biohazardous incident can be traumatic and stressful. Hiring a professional cleanup company can help alleviate some of this stress by ensuring that the cleanup is handled safely and efficiently.

  5. Thoroughness: Biohazard cleanup is a complex process that requires a thorough approach. Professional cleanup companies use specialized equipment and techniques to ensure that all traces of biohazardous materials are removed from the affected area. This helps to prevent the spread of disease and ensure that the area is safe for use.

Georgia Biohazard & Crime Scene Cleanup Regulations & Laws

In Georgia, the regulations governing biohazard and crime scene cleanup are primarily set by the Georgia Department of Public Health and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Some of the key laws and regulations that apply to biohazard and crime scene cleanup in Georgia include:

  1. OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogen Standard requires employers to provide training and personal protective equipment to employees who may come into contact with biohazardous materials.

  2. Georgia State Code 12-8-62: This law requires that anyone who handles or transports medical waste in Georgia must have a permit from the Georgia Department of Public Health.

  3. Georgia State Code 31-22-9: This law requires that anyone who handles or transports hazardous waste in Georgia must have a permit from the Georgia Environmental Protection Division.

  4. Georgia State Code 31-40-1: This law defines hazardous waste and outlines the regulations governing its handling, storage, and disposal in Georgia.

  5. Georgia State Code 16-5-93: This law outlines the regulations governing the cleanup of crime scenes in Georgia, including requirements for licensing and training.

It is important to note that biohazard and crime scene cleanup services in Georgia can be complex and hazardous, and should only be performed by professionals who are trained and certified to handle these materials.  Contact us to ensure proper compliance, discreet workmanship, and quality controls that ensure you are getting the best crime scene cleaners and trauma cleanup experts in Georgia.

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