Industrial Accident Cleanup

Although workplace health and safety laws are a lot tighter than they used to be, accidents do still happen and unfortunately, many workplace accidents require specialist cleaning to ensure any biohazardous substances are removed and disposed of correctly.

If an accident does occur, it’s your responsibility to ensure the area is cleaned up appropriately so that it’s safe for work again.

It’s unlikely that you will have appropriately trained staff to perform a biohazard cleanup, and that’s where we can help. Our team is available to help with all accident and blood cleanups as needed.

Use a Professional for Your Next Industrial Accident Cleanup

Although serious workplace accidents are uncommon, it’s extremely important to ensure you use an appropriate cleaning team to decontaminate the affected area. Simply cleaning with household cleaning products is not good enough when it comes to biohazard removal, and your employees may be placed at risk of serious disease or infection if you don’t do things properly. It’s crucial to ensure all biohazardous substances are treated and removed in an appropriate manner.

What’s more, you also have a responsibility as an employer to ensure none of your employees come into contact with a contaminated area. Don’t let any unqualified workers attempt to clean up following an industrial accident and remember, the faster we get on the job, the easier the cleanup process will be.

There are numerous different types of industrial accidents, including:

  • Vehicle accidents and collisions.
  • Falling objects and other impact accidents.
  • Explosions, fires and electrical accidents.
  • Grievous bodily harm and traumatic deaths on site.

In every one of the cases outlined here, there’s one common factor: bodily fluids and other biohazardous material are often present and remember, these require professional attention.

Professional Industrial Accident Cleanup Services

At Trauma Clean Australia, we offer a full range of biohazard cleanup and removal. Our forensic-grade cleaning services are designed to remove hazardous substances while ensuring the health and safety of anyone else in the area. Our team of forensic cleaning technicians is required to complete a comprehensive training course and many of them are highly experienced.

On top of this, we understand that time is the crucial factor here. The faster we move, the easier the cleanup process will be. Because of this, we always work to contain the affected area as soon as possible. All biohazards will be removed and the entire area will be sanitised with hospital-grade cleaning products.

Ensure You’re Complying With OHS Laws

It’s extremely important to ensure any areas affected by human blood or other bodily fluids are cleaned by a professional forensic cleaner, or else you risk breaching OHS laws. All employees must be removed from the area immediately, spills need to be contained, and any hazardous substances must be disposed of in an appropriate manner.

Our Industrial Accident Cleanup services are available in all Australian locations including Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, and Darwin.

Our emergency cleaning services are available 24/7, so get in contact to find out more!