Death cleanup, whether in your home, business, boat, airplane, or vehicle, requires experienced, trained, properly equipped, certified and licensed experts. CCP technicians act with compassion and discretion to relieve friends, family, and property owners of the difficult task of cleaning up the scene and to eliminate the high-risk exposure of bloodborne pathogens. We work very closely with many different law enforcement departments, fire departments, search and rescue teams, as well as your local coroner’s office.
CCP technicians are very experienced in handling death scenes, including the proper removal, cleaning, and disposal of all biohazardous material such as blood, bodily fluids, and other harmful pathogens. CCP technicians are aware death remediation, due to blood, requires the utmost care and attention, to ensure your health and safety and prevent disease outbreak and cross contamination. We use specialist blood removal agents and antimicrobial disinfectants to ensure that the risks of blood-borne pathogens such as HIV and Hepatitis B are effectively eliminated. We clean, deodorize, and disinfect all surfaces, and dispose of any household material that may have been contaminated. CCP adheres to OSHA regulations in all remediation activities and services.
Homicide Crime Scene and Suicide Cleanup
Crime scene and suicide cleanup is not only traumatic and emotionally devastating, it is also hazardous for family members or the public. Due to the number of possible pathogens, diseases and biohazardous risks on a molecular level, it is imperative these elements are removed from a scene. Please call CCP before attempting to clean the scene for your own health and safety.
Once a body is removed, visual and microscopic traces of blood and bodily fluids in the area should only be attended to by certified and experienced CCP technicians. CCP safely removes biohazards present such as blood, bodily fluids, tissues, bone matter, contaminated clothing, household goods, hypodermic needles, razor blades and more.
Natural Death & Unattended Decomposed Death Cleanup
Where a death is not recognized for a few days, months, or years, it can cause major building structural damage, strong odor, bacterial risks and potential bloodborne diseases. It’s best to not touch anything in the room of the deceased and call CCP straight away to lower your risk of exposure.
Decomposition can emit gases and compounds with distinct odors which to an untrained person can present biohazard health and safety risks. For your awareness, cadaverine and putrescine smell like rotting flesh; skatole has a strong feces odor; indole has a mustier, mothball-like smell; hydrogen sulfide smells like rotten eggs; methanethiol smells of rotting cabbage; dimethyl disulfide and trisulfide have a foul, garlic-like odor.
Steps That Will Occur
1. Take long deep breaths to have you in a more relaxed state, as an unexpected loss is not something you prepare for mentally or emotionally.
2. Call CCP at 425-709-9005 (press extension 2) – we are available 24/7 for your clean-up needs.
3. We will work directly with your insurance company and in most cases can have your deductible waived so there is no out of pocket cost at all.
4. Our technicians will arrive at the scene within 2 hours. We will assess and determine the best strategy based on your specific situation at the walk through.
5. We can start immediately on the cleanup, or at a more suitable time.
6. Our certified technicians remove all biohazards. We clean, disinfect, and deodorize and remove from all affected areas leaving the area free of potential biohazards.
Call us now at 425-709-9005, select extension 2 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your compassionate professional and prompt death-cleanup needs. We are available 24/7 for your emergencies.
We can refer you to our network of discrete and compassionate counsellors, advocate groups and funeral services.