If you are in the difficult position of discovering the aftermath of an unattended death, you need to do two things immediately:
- Remove yourself from the immediate scene of the death to protect your own safety
- Call 911 to obtain assistance from appropriate emergency personnel
While your immediate instinct may be to go to the side of the deceased individual, particularly if it is a family member or other loved one, you must not do that. You run too great a risk of exposing yourself to potentially harmful biohazardous substances.
You also need to do your best to secure the scene until emergency personnel arrives. In other words, you need to keep other individuals away from the scene of death. This is necessary to keep them safe and to preserve the scene in the event some sort of crime resulted in the demise of the deceased individual.
Cleaning up after a death can be overwhelming. This adds a significant amount of extra stress and grief. At Hazstat in Seminole County our team approaches each incident with care and understanding.
Hazstat Seminole County Biohazard Cleanup technicians are specially trained in all aspects of a death cleanup process. This includes a suicide cleanup and an unattended death cleanup. Our goal is to alleviate any additional pain to all family and friends involved.
The Expert Seminole County HAZstat team understands that immediate response and personal discretion are both very important. With our death cleanup services we make it our personal mission to arrive in a professional, compassionate and discreet manner to serve you in your time of need.
And when you need us, our technicians are experienced in the handling of biohazard materials. These include blood, bodily fluids and body decomposition.
These substances can penetrate deep into surfaces. A thorough decontamination and all potential contaminants will be eliminated to ensure a clean and safe environment. This is done as quickly as possible.
Moreover, we also provide decomposition cleanup along with Mattress removal and disposal services. HAZstat is a registered trauma cleaning provider and bio-waste transporter with the Florida Department of Health #7635.
If you have questions about how much the cleaning after a death would costs in Seminole County, if your homeowners or property insurance would cover a death scene cleaning or if you may qualify for victim services visit our crime scene cleanup costs page or we can answer your questions by contacting us now.
- unattended death
- crime cleanup
- suicide cleanup
- trauma cleanup
- blood cleanup
- commercial & industrial accidents
- communicable disease disinfection
- biohazard remediation & disinfection