When you choose Aftermath Inc., you can rest in the knowledge that our technicians are up to date on all rules and regulations when it comes to crime scene clean up according to the rigid standards of OSHA, DOT, and the EPA.
We ensure that our field technicians are safe and practice safe methods in crime scene clean up on any site they visit. Safety is our main concern: safety for our personnel, for our customers, and safety for the general public. Our technicians undergo continuous training and are even up to date with the CDC on any new strains or outbreaks of dangerous pathogens that might be found at a crime scene.
Crime scene clean up procedures must be followed out precisely, and the procedures are heavily regulated by OSHA, the DOT, and the Environmental Protection Agency. Our services are not just limited to the actual crime scene: we must be in compliance with rules and regulations regarding proper cleaning and disposing of chemical agents used at the scene when transporting them to an approved landfill. Therefore, we must take precautionary steps when it comes to removing contaminated items from the premises for disposal purposes.
Our field technicians are professionally trained in the best practices of selecting, packaging and wrapping contaminated items, and properly transporting them away from the crime scene. For this reason, they are trained on proper procedure for these practices through the laws and regulations of the DOT and the EPA.
Don’t trust anyone other than Aftermath Inc. to remediate a dangerous crime scene. If you have any questions regarding the safety of our practices, you will find our field technicians highly knowledgeable in the area. It is no wonder that Aftermath Inc. is referred to more people in need of our services by police officers, medical examiners, and funeral directors than any other crime scene clean up company.
Our services have become highly recommended by the police departments, fire departments, funeral directors, medical examiners, and many others in the area of law enforcement and safety.
We are up-to-date on the latest information and training from the DOT, EPA, OSHA, and the CDC. Our operational support representatives and field technicians undergo hours of training and testing before they even set foot on the crime scene. We ensure the safety of both our employees and our customers. Our personnel operate in complete compliance with all federal and state safety laws and regulations regarding efficient crime scene clean up/biohazard remediation services.
Crime scene clean up must be compliant with state and federal laws due to the nature of the services we provide. Biohazard remediation has to be performed under strict guidelines set in place not only by the Federal government but on a state-to-state level. Over the past 15 years, Aftermath Inc. has grown to a nationwide presence and therefore has set the standard for training not only our employees, but safety officials, as well.
We never subcontract or outsource our work; the field technicians that show up at your door are our own trained, insured, certified, and licensed personnel. The operational support representatives that answer your call are local to your area, and employed by Aftermath.
Laws and regulations change over time, and that is why our field technicians and operational support representatives undergo constant training and testing in order to remain compliant with the law.
Illnesses such as whooping cough, measles, and other airborne or bloodborne disease are on the rise again. We are prepared to clean and sanitize crime scene areas that may have the potential of spreading disease and other dangerous pathogens. Because dangerous pathogens can be found within a crime scene, it is never a good idea to attempt cleaning the area yourself. Always call in the professionals: always call in Aftermath.
When you call us at Aftermath, Inc. this is something about which you will never have to worry.
Our employees undergo rigorous training on a constant basis to ensure we remain compliant with local and federal laws in the administration of crime scene clean up practices. This serves to keep both our customers and our employees safe from being exposed to biohazardous contaminants. Our employees are also trained to the level of expertise where they become certified, bonded, insured and are capable of offering training to others.
Our crime scene clean up technicians offer biohazardous training classes to police officers, fire fighters, crime scene investigation personnel, detectives, clergy, first responders, etc. We can teach biohazardous clean up methods because we are up to date on all laws and regulations mandated by federal safety organizations on a state-to-state level. A crime scene should never be approached without knowing how to safeguard yourself from possible contaminants that can found within a crime scene situation.
Routine cleaning services will not take the necessary precautions because they are not a biohazardous remediation company; we are. Never trust anyone to ensure your property is safe and sanitized unless you trust Aftermath, Inc. Our team of professionals are knowledgeable and are equipped with the latest technology and techniques on safe practices in crime scene clean up.
We will be happy to discuss our certifications with you and the methods we use in offering safe and efficient crime scene clean up for your home or business. Don’t take chances; call a company you can trust for your crime scene clean up services. Call Aftermath.
In the crime scene clean up business, all levels of government have policies regulating the industry. Aftermath has years of experience in crime scene clean up; as a result of experience, we keep up to date on the law. Legal experts train our technicians before they are sent out to a scene. You can rest assured in the knowledge that our employees are in full compliance with rules, regulations, and the law.
Crime scene clean up is an important business and it comes with health risks. Laws in this industry are designed to keep people safe. We take safety very seriously. We will not cut corners because that can lead to a health risk. Families and business need a quick feeling of safety after a crime. Any remaining traces of the crime would break that sense of security. Contamination from blood, chemicals, hazardous materials, or biohazards could be a breach of regulations.
The law cites specific regulations for cleaning and disposal of various items. Wood, metal, and carpet must be treated differently because of the material nature of each one. Needles, medication, and drug residue must be disposed of in a way which does not cause exposure to harm or risk. Blood, biohazards, and communicable disease must be neutralized, so no one has the possibility of being infected. Chemicals must be eliminated in a way that there is no threat to people or to the environment. Crime scene clean up is meticulous business with stringent rules. We take these policies very seriously.
Crime scene clean up is more than compliance with the law. It is ensuring security for families and businesses. Our reputation is founded on working efficiently and in caring for clients. Maintaining a great reputation is important to us. We will go above and beyond what it takes to make certain clients and employees are safe.
We want you to know that when you call us at Aftermath, we will only dispatch our own Aftermath trained, and hourly paid employees; we will never send a sub-contractor to your home or business to perform such an important task that is more appropriate for one of our own crime scene cleaners.
We train our employees so that they work in direct compliance with OSHA, EPA, and the DOT through rigorous training and education. Can you trust the other companies to have these credentials when it comes to the safety of your home? You should only trust Aftermath, Inc., simply because you can.
Crime scene clean up is a very serious job and we take our job very seriously. Biohazardous pathogens will always be found within a crime scene area, along with potential chemicals if a SWAT team was called in where tear gas canisters or other chemicals were used. These harmful chemicals will stay on the surface of everything in your home or office, and will need to be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized by our professional crime scene clean up team. When not properly removed and sanitized, the residual effects of the chemical compounds can cause chronic respiratory (and other) problems for people and their pets over time.
Our field technicians and operational support representatives undergo constant training and are up to date on the latest safety rules and regulations set forth by federal, state, and local governments. Our employees are bonded, licensed, insured, certified, and they undergo background checks before acquiring a position with us at Aftermath.
Don’t assume or trust that every suicide clean up company has the credentials that Aftermath has. We guarantee that our hoarding clean up company will leave your home or office in pristine condition and it will be sanitized and free of all bio-matter contaminants, chemicals, and painful reminders.
Aftermath Inc. crime scene clean up services is one of the most compliant with federal and state safety regulations of any other comparable company across the U.S. We train our field technicians and educate them with all the latest rules and regulations according to OSHA, EPA, DOT, and they also undergo testing with the CDC and NIOSH. Certain steps and precautionary measures must be taken before entering any crime scene clean up area, and our technicians never step foot on the site until they have been properly trained and equipped with the required knowledge and equipment.
Crime scene locations are a breeding ground of all manner of biohazardous contaminants, especially if the scene is a large facility where many tragedies occurred at once. No one wants to revisit a property once a violent crime has occurred within it. Aftermath, Inc. wants to ensure you that our crime scene clean up services will thoroughly clean and remove any and all remnants of the tragic event, with nothing left behind, except for some, painful memories.
Painful memories are another area of our expertise. Once our crime scene clean up services have been performed, our job is not over. We lend a helping hand and offer numerous resources to our customers to help them get through the aftermath of the tragic event. Whether you need counseling, temporary medical care, clergy, help with your insurance company for our services, or any other need you have during the process, we will remain active on the scene until you are satisfied with the proper guidance and resources that best suit your needs.
We work in direct compliance with numerous agencies that offer resources and knowledge to aid the healing process. Ask us about our certifications and compliancy with state and federal agencies. You will find we never take short cuts when it comes to offering a service as vital as the one we offer to you, our customer. Aftermath Inc. offers many other services including hoarding, death, and trauma cleanup.
All laws and regulations are obeyed because we understand the health and safety issues. Experts train our employees to be aware of legislation from all levels of government. We have legal advisors to keep us up to date on changes in law in all the regions that we are located. Government regulations are specific about containment, sanitization, and disposal of elements from a crime scene. You cannot risk your health by hiring an uninformed firm. If other people are exposed to dangers due to a bad job, liability and government sanctions can occur.
The EPA, OHSA, CDC, and other agencies have policies regarding this industry. Our employees go through hours of study and guidance before going into the field. They are supervised by experienced staff members until they pass rigorous standards of training and education. Aftermath crime scene cleanup obeys all laws throughout the clean up process from the time the call is received all the way to final disposal of items. We document the process to ensure compliance with regulations. Our adherence to regulations shows we care about doing the best job possible while staying knowledgeable and on top of the latest mandates and changing laws.
You should want the most educated and experienced firm in the industry working for you. We are that firm. Employees are given the best education for this career. They must pass CDC tests and learn from senior staff. Aftermath, Inc. crime scene cleanup gives quality training in all areas: blood, metals, wood, carpet, diseases, remains, chemicals, biohazards, and hazmat. All of these areas require different treatment because they are unique from each other. Every area must be studied thoroughly so no mistakes are made. We want safety, happy clients, satisfied staff, a good environment, and our policies to match the law.