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If you find yourself in a situation that requires crime and trauma cleaning, you may be unsure of what to do or where to start. Rest assured that you’re in safe hands with CIRTS. We understand how distressing and traumatic these types of situations can be, and how emotionally devastating the concept of clean-up can be. As professional crime and trauma cleaners, we have the training and real-world experience needed to handle the job quickly and with compassion.
Our restoration services go beyond simply cleaning and disinfecting the affected areas, delivering an outstanding level of professionalism, empathy, and support throughout this difficult time. Wherever possible, CIRTS will minimise any unnecessary stress or involvement on your part, so you can focus on other things. Leave it to us and we’ll do everything in our power to make the next steps much easier for you.
Crime and trauma scenes are characterised by hazardous substances, including blood and bodily fluids. As well as inviting an infestation of insects or rodents, these types of scenes also pose a serious health risk in the form of bloodborne pathogens such as Hepatitis B and C as well as HIV.
CIRTS provides meticulous trauma and crime scene cleaning services backed by industry-recognised certifications and years of experience to ensure safe, efficient removal of biohazards. We follow strict regulations to identify, remove and disinfect hazardous materials while minimising the risk of exposure. As licensed waste carriers, we’re able to responsibly dispose of biowaste to prevent cross contamination. We then fully disinfect the site to completely eradicate harmful substances and odour-causing bacteria.
CIRTS offers a complete range of remediation and restoration services to provide a fast response and hygienic results for even the most complex scenarios.
We’ve put together some of the most common questions about our crime scene & forensic cleaning service. Take a look at our FAQs below, or feel free to contact us for more information and advice.
Superficial cleaning is not sufficient to properly remove the contamination and/or risk of exposure from the affected area. Crime scene and trauma cleaners undergo extensive training to learn how to properly remove contaminants like blood, bodily fluids, and other hazardous substances. This allows them to ensure complete sanitisation while mitigating risk both to themselves and to their clients. In addition, the biohazards associated with trauma cleaning cannot be thrown away with regular household waste and require proper disposal by a licensed waste carrier such as CIRTS.