AAA Scene Cleaners is a specialist crime scene cleaner operating in Arlington TX, Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, Plano and Waco. A crime scene is by its nature disturbing and traumatic. It is also a source of evidence and there are rules and regulations that need to be followed when dealing with a crime scene. A crime scene cleaner is trained to deal with these things and knows what to do and how to do it. He or she will also be insured and certified. A crime scene cleaner is a bio-recovery specialist
To operate as crime scene cleaner you need the appropriate state licences and permits. There are also local licenses and permits that may be required. Some examples of these are
- Biomedical Waste Transporter Registration
- Infectious Waste Transporter Permit
- Hazardous Waste Transporter License Certificate
A professional bio-recovery company will employ technicians who are trained and certified in subjects such as blood-borne pathogens, infectious materials transportation, personal protective gear and equipment, airborne pathogens as well as hazardous waste.
Crime scene cleaners are trained and experienced in blood cleanup and related biohazard cleanup.
Bodily fluids such as blood can seep and penetrate deep into furniture, carpets or floors. It requires specialised equipment and to properly clean infected areas. They use cutting edge cleaning equipment and materials and they know how to prevent cross contamination and how to disinfect the entire scene and area.
The work of a crime scene cleaner is a difficult and challenging one. A crime scene can be grisly and horrific. This type of work is not for the feint-hearted. This type of work requires a strong stomach and often a cold disposition. Working in the bio-recovery industry is tough and demanding. These are the people who work at companies such as AAA Scene Cleaners and they are ready to help you with crime scene cleanup and related bio-recovery jobs.