FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Isn’t it the medical examiner’s responsibility
to remove all of the blood and pathogenic waste?
The Medical Examiner will remove the human remains, but the cleaning of blood, bodily fluids and other waste is the sole responsibility of the property owner.
I have a cleaning service that comes in once a week.
Can’t I have them clean up the blood or pathogenic waste?
You may use your regular cleaning service only if they have been properly trained and certified to handle blood-borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials.
Who pays for bio-clean services?
The typical homeowner’s, auto or business insurance policy will pay for the clean-up, removal and disposal of blood and other bodily fluids, subject to your deductible.
Can’t I have one of my employees clean up blood spills?
Federal OSHA Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 prohibits employers from putting an employee in a position that may expose him or her to blood-borne pathogens without first providing:
OSHA training in handling blood-borne pathogens (BBP)
A written BBP control plan
OSHA approved personal protective equipment
» Inoculations against Hepatitis B, with exposure evaluations and follow-up
An approved method for the proper removal, transporting
Disposal of bio-hazard wastes
How long does it take to complete the clean-up?
Each situation is unique, and the length of time it takes to complete the clean-up will vary depending on circumstances. Please be assured that we will complete our work to the highest standards as quickly as possible.
Are my neighbors going to see vehicles
with “bio-hazard” on them?
We understand and respect your privacy. All of our vehicles are discreetly marked for identification purposes only. We can provide unmarked vehicles upon request.
Don't see the answer to your problem... please call Bio-Clean, Inc. a division of Enviro-Clean, at 888-231-3130