There is a high potential for viral transmission via biohazards, which include body fluids, blood, and faeces, among other potentially infectious substances. Decontaminating a place in a safe manner after an occurrence that included biohazardous chemicals or waste is very necessary in order to assist in lowering the risk of infection caused by exposure.
According to the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974 and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations of 2002, it may be necessary to demonstrate compliance with the law by demonstrating that you have a method for properly cleansing bodily fluids. Employers have a legal responsibility to ensure the health and safety of their staff members as well as anybody else who may be present on the premises at any given time.
In addition, as part of their overall health and safety plan, employers are required to create a protocol for how they will report any incidents that include biohazards. This plan should assess the likelihood of contracting an illness as a result of exposure and describe the process that will be followed by the firm to clean the potentially infectious location.
The person in charge of the premises is the one who is responsible for coordinating the cleanup efforts after an event that included biohazards. It is possible for body fluids such as blood, urine, vomit, and human faeces to seep into porous materials and regions that are not apparent to the untrained eye if these fluids are allowed to pool and be left unchecked. This may make it challenging to clean using the procedures that are typically used. If a thorough cleaning and disinfection by a trained expert are not performed, there is a significantly increased possibility of exposure as well as illness.
We are fully compliant with ISSA, GBAC, and ISO 9001, 14001 & 45001 accreditation. We are also accredited members of the National Academy of Crime Scene cleaning (NACSC), and have several years of experience in cleaning contaminated commercial and public spaces. Our virus disinfection cleaning involves highly specialised techniques including ULV fogging technology and the use of ATP testing devices that are particularly suited to ambulances, police cars, and other emergency vehicles. We also have a highly qualified bio-hazard decontamination team that specialise in the cleanup of bio-hazards on industrial sites.
If you would like further information about our services you can contact on the details provided below.
Address: CICS (Specialised Cleaning) Limited, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, England, N1 7GU
Phone: +44 0333-323-0006
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