WHY SERVPRO When it Comes to Bio Hazard Cleanup?
Fire and water damage can be very overwhelming to a property owner. However, property damage due to a suicide or an unattended death poses much risk to the policyholder and adjuster. Our technicians at SERVPRO of Mercer County are ready to respond during your time of need. We are highly trained in bioremediation and truly understand the science behind the decontamination process.
In every biohazard crime scene, there are always health risks. Our bioremediation specialists must follow mandated employee safety regulations and decontamination procedures to ensure safety for all. Our biohazard technicians at SERVPRO follow safety regulations that are in accordance with federal, state, and/or local regulations and are in compliance with OSHA, EPA and the State Environmental Agency.
OSHA training programs prepare our technicians for
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Hazard Communication
- Asbestos Awareness
- Heat Illness
- Fall Protection
- Lift Safety
- Lock Out – Tag Out
- and Power Tool Safety.
Having these programs in place protect our employees from injury and ensure their safety.
The disposal of medical waste must be in accordance with federal, state and/or local regulations as well. Our SERVPRO of Mercer County technicians are trained to dispose contaminated content properly and are also trained in the proper use of cleaning agents. It is important to report, test, and communicate to the adjuster and policyholder why some content is being removed, disposed, and or cleaned with proper equipment.
SERVPRO technicians are available 24/7 for your bio-remediation and decontamination process.
Call SERVPRO of Mercer County at 724-704-8939.