Biohazard Remediation


Indiana Biohazard Remediation

Biohazard remediation is the process by which trained technicians remove blood and body fluids from an accident, trauma or crime scene. Human blood and fluids can contain biological agents such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. Technicians employed by Extreme Remediation have received extensive training in bloodborne pathogens and personal protective equipment (PPE). Only trained professionals should be called to remediate a scene contaminated with biohazards. 

What is the process to remove biohazards?

We start by gathering information regarding the scene and extent of exposure. Once we have a solid understanding of the scope of work to be done, we’ll provide you or your insurance company with a cost estimate. For homeowners, we typically receive payment at time of services or, at the very minimum, the insurance policy deductible. For our corporate and industrial clients, we offer net30 billing terms. 

Upon arrival at scene, our technicians will suit up in personal protective equipment. At this time, they will also prepare disposal bags and boxes and prepare/mix disinfectant. Once everything is staged, our technicians will enter the scene. 

Every scene or situation will be different and will require a unique approach. Every effort will be made to curtail the removal of items such as furniture, flooring and drywall; however, the complete removal of biohazards is our goal. In many situations, as biohazards penetrate into surfaces and fabrics, our team will need to remove contaminated or affected parts and pieces. 

Facts that will impact the amount of biohazard remediation work to be done: 
  • Type of Firearm UsedA larger caliber firearm will typically result in greater blood loss, which will require more work to remediate the scene.
  • Location in the HomeAn injury for example in the middle of a room or on a bed will typically not result in biohazards running into adjoining rooms. An injury or death near a wall, will typically require the remediation of a large scene. Biohazards will follow a patch of least resistance and will run under drywall and baseboards and into other areas of the home.
  • Type of Injury or DeathA knife wound would typically result in less blood loss than a gunshot wound. If medical aid is applied quickly to either type of wound, the area of contamination will be less. However, if either situation results in an unattended death, the area of contamination could be quite large.
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