Suicide and Self-Harm Clean Ups in Sydney

The aftermath associated with a suicide is heartbreaking and unimaginably difficult to comprehend. If you are in need of a clean up and remediation after a loved on committed suicide, Sydney Forensic Cleaning is here for you.

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Suicide and self-harm is one of the most confronting situations friends or family members can come across. This type of biohazard remediation and decontamination must be performed by professionally trained biohazard technicians in order to ensure the safety of current and future inhabitants of the property.

When an suicide or self-harm has occurred, the decontamination must be performed by professionally trained technicians in order to protect the current and future inhabitants of the property. The human body begins to decay 15 minutes after the heart stops beating. The following two processes ensue: first, the body eliminates its fluids and second, insects detect the decomposing body, lay their larva in the mucous membranes of the body.

Suicide and self-harm clean ups involves the disinfection, recovery, removal and packaging for disposal of all biohazards and infectious materials that have become contaminated with body fluids including blood, tissue, bodily fluids and urine but does not stop there. Those trained in suicide decontamination are adept at tracing and remediating areas that have become contaminated Рareas that the untrained eye cannot see. When a firearm is used, there is as much material that is invisible to the naked eye as there is visible. Grout, cement, wood flooring and sub flooring that all have the potential to emanate offensive odours, if it has become contaminated with body fluids.

Sydney Forensic Cleaning is the suicide decontamination specialist provider that protects you and your family by doing the job with well-trained empathetic technicians. Our professional staff can help a grieving family by dealing quickly and efficiently with the decontamination process. Our staff members are sensitive to a family’s grief, and will thoroughly explain the process that may be required for their particular situation.

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