Biohazard Clean-up & Safety Precautions
One of the lesser known types of jobs we face at SERVPRO of North Prince William County are those that pertain to biohazards. Biohazard is defined as a biological substance that poses a threat to the health of living organisms, primarily humans and could include blood and bodily fluid.
Part of the precautions that we take to keep our techs safe, is proper training, and continuing education; we are never done learning how to be even better at our jobs. Another part to how we keep our techs safe is through proper PPE, also known as “Personal Protective Equipment”. One of the important requirements for our techs is to have or acknowledge the need for a Hepatitis B vaccination. For extreme biohazard risk, our techs will apply a suit, gloves, face mask, and then seal it with tape, to ensure full security from biohazard elements.
We at SERVPRO of Panhandle always ensure the safety of not just out customers, but our employees too!
SERVPRO of Panhandle is there to clean up after deaths, sickness, sewage, or accidents, so you don’t have to. Call us today!