Why can’t I clean up the blood or bio hazard myself?

Great question!

Regardless of the circumstances for cleaning up blood, including trauma or medical emergency, a criminal act, an unattended death with delayed discovery, a suicide attempt, or other, there is truly no upside to performing this work yourself. This includes the physical labor of the task or the trauma and personal risk of performing this task ill-equipped. Scene Clean was founded on a background in public service and a desire to continue to be of service to the community. Let us help you in your time of need.

Call our Minnesota blood cleanup professionals today or call 612-643-0911 for assistance.

Additional points to remember:

Anyone cleaning blood, bodily fluids, infectious, or bio hazardous waste must be formally trained in blood borne pathogens. Our staff at Scene Clean is trained and re-certified yearly.

If this occurs at your work, your employer must provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to their employees as well as offer vaccinations against hepatitis.

There must be a written blood borne pathogen (BBP) plan in place.

Improper disposal can result in fines totaling in the thousands! $$

Federal guideline stipulate how bio hazardous materials must always be disposed of.

Employers must also provide a documented method to remove, store, and legally dispose of bio hazardous waste. We use a stringently licensed medical waste disposal provider.

And finally, with most insurance companies covering the cost of this service, there is no advantage to doing the work yourself.