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Trauma Cleaning

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Trauma Cleaning Service

Expert and discreet trauma cleaning and crime scene cleaning services

We understand traumatic situations such as crime scenes or a road accident can be distressing. Biohazardous waste including bodily fluids, sharps and syringes can be present at the scene, so it is important to respond to these situations quickly to help prevent the spread of infection. There are also strict guidelines and legislation surrounding the removal of waste from crime and trauma scenes, so it's important to call in a professional service.

We provide a fast response and expert trauma cleaning service using specialist decontamination and cleaning techniques. Our highly trained technicians safely remove and  dispose of biohazards and disinfect the area, helping to minimise the risk of infection.

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Our Trauma Cleaning Service

Our RSPH (Royal Society for Public Health) accredited technicians are equipped with necessary equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE) to carry out our trauma cleanup service once the scene has been released by the police. They will decontaminate biohazards such as blood, faeces and other bodily fluids, then safely remove and dispose of waste in a legally compliant manner. We understand these situations can be distressing, and our team is available 24/7 to provide a fast and empathetic response.

Why Use Our Trauma Cleaning Service?

  • Nationwide coverage

  • 24/7 availability

  • Discreet and empathetic response for trauma scenes

  • Fast and effective support following traumatic incident

  • Safe removal and disposal of biohazard materials

Frequently Asked Questions on Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning

  • Who is responsible for the trauma and crime scene cleanup?

    Although it may be a common perception that emergency services will organise the cleanup of a traumatic incident or a crime scene once they have finished, it is the responsibility of the property or premises owner to organise the clean up of blood and other hazardous bodily fluids.

  • What sort of emergencies do you deal with?

    We specialise in providing a rapid, discreet and effective cleanup service for the following emergencies:

  • How quickly can we get a response?

    We are available 24/7 and can offer expert disinfection around the clock.

  • What are the risks of cleaning up myself?

    It is important that a trained professional attends the scene to remove any potential risks to human health and to clean and sanitise the area, before disposing of potentially hazardous waste in line with relevant legislation.

    Blood-borne pathogens and viruses such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV can be transferred via bodily fluid, so the treatment of contaminated areas by a specialist technician with the relevant personal protective equipment is vital.


  • What training do your technicians have?

    Our specialists are experienced in providing a responsive and discreet service that ensures these types of emergencies are cleaned and disinfected effectively. They undergo an extensive RSPH accredited training programme.