Trauma Cleanup Service
If you are need of Trauma Cleanup Service – call us 24-hours a day at (877) 800-8110 for immediate response.
Cendecon is your trauma cleanup service and decontamination company. We have specialists for every different situation – be it suicide cleanup, homicide cleanup, trauma cleanup, unattended death cleanup, gross filth or other.
Cendecon is a California based company offering our trauma cleanup service to Bakersfield, Frazier Park, Taft, Fresno we also have an office in Los Angeles for rapid response times to most Southern California and Central California cities.
What is Trauma Cleanup?
Trauma Cleanup is essentially cleaning up blood and other body fluids. It is sometimes called Bio-hazard Cleanup, Blood Cleanup, Bio-Trauma Cleanup, Crime Scene Cleanup, Aftermath Cleanup among other names. When there is blood or body fluids present in a property, vehicle or other area, a specialized team of trained and experienced personnel come in to decontaminate and restore the scene to a safe and habitable condition. Trauma cleanup services should not to be confused with janitorial services. Cendecon’s Trauma Cleanup Service is very involved, labor intensive and requires specific equipment, protective gear, extensive training, and experience. There are many serious health hazards that crime and trauma scenes present, most don’t realize. Cendecon is a full service bio-hazard decontamination company with all the necessary licenses and certifications to handle your job – properly. In most cases we can bill your insurance directly, so there will be no out of pocket expenses to you.
California blood and body fluids cleanup services – call us toll free at (877) 800-8110 for immediate response.
Understanding blood cleanup and what is involved. Most people and/or companies don’t realize that it is very unsafe to wipe up blood after severe trauma or an accident unless properly trained in blood borne pathogens.
However, most blood cleanup jobs are done by family members and workers.
So what are blood borne pathogens?
* Blood, in this case, is human blood.
* Borne means to hold or carry.
* Pathogen mean any disease producing agent, such as a virus.
In short, human blood can cause disease in humans. Including, but not limited to, hepatitis B virus (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Body fluids are such things as urine, feces, vomit, vaginal secretions, semen, spit, mucous etc.
Proper blood cleanup and body fluids cleanup requires knowledge and specialized training. There are various factors involved such as the decontamination factor, lawful disposal of bio-hazardous or contaminated material etc. These cleanup jobs vary and there is no cookie cutter approach. There are fundamental basics but each situation should be evaluated by a professional.
The single absolute must when engaging in a blood cleanup and/or body fluid cleanup job is the proper protective gear and proper use of effective virucidal solution.
No matter how well you think you know someone, diseases can lay dormant and go undetected for years so don’t put yourself or your employees at risk just to save a few dollars.
Cendecon’s technicians are highly trained, experienced and certified to handle your cleanup job.
We offer our services to those in need, throughout California to residents and businesses in Los Angeles, Hollywood, Glendale, Burbank, Valencia, Lancaster, Palmdale, Santa Clarita, Castaic, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Bakersfield, Visalia, Tulare, Lake Isabella to Fresno and more.
Death, by whatever cause is a very tragic experience for friends, family, co-workers and loved ones. Cendecon does not want your last memory to be all the gritty details of cleaning up the aftermath. Leave that to us so you can tend to the other details.
Cendecon realizes that recovering from these situations can take a long while. We also understand that coming across a painful reminder weeks after the fact can be detrimental to that recovery progress. That is why we take extra measures on our quality control before we sign off on the job.
What is trauma cleanup? Well, any traumatic situation that results in bloodshed, secretions of body fluid etc.
Let us discuss bloodshed – fist fights could be a traumatic situation. Major wound such as a stabbing or gun shot. A bloody nose is another… yeah I know it sounds petty – but some people get pretty gnarly nose bleeds. Dismemberment is another traumatic situation, slip and falls etc. All these things may require a trauma cleanup specialist to come out and at least evaluate the scene.
Now what about body fluid secretions? – Rape, amniotic fluid (breaking of waters in pregnancy), semen, feces, vomit, urine etc.
Some people would never think to call a trauma company to clean up such a simple thing as a nose bleed… but keep in mind the dangers associated with blood. What could happen if you cleaned up a simple bloody nose?
Worst case scenario – the bleeder has an infectious disease and has no idea that (s)he is infected. You attempt a cleanup without proper training and protective gear – now you get to live wondering if you contracted a life threatening disease? That is not happy living. I believe your life and the life of your loved ones would be worth more than the few dollars you saved doing the cleanup yourself.
So what infectious diseases live in blood? HIV, syphilis, various stains of herpes and hepatitis, etc.
Now – what about the airborne aspect – Meningitis, influenza, pneumonia, hantavirus, and tuberculosis – just to name a few…
Call us toll free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (877) 800-8110.
California Crime and Trauma Scene Practitioner License # 298
Payments and Billing
PO Box 20254
Bakersfield, CA 93390
PO Box 995
Frazier Park, CA 93225
If you’d like random tidbits on trauma, check out the Wiki page.