Cleaning up Crime: How to Safely Deal with Your Premises After an Incident

Posted by CleanSafe on 19/09/17 in Crime Cleaning

Dealing with a crime on your premises can be a traumatic experience that leaves you feeling unsure of how to safely return it to its original condition.

What’s more, it can be dangerous to try and tackle the clean up alone. Hazards such as sharp objects, bodily fluid or toxic chemicals can all expose you or your employees to hidden dangers, and cannot be dealt with by conventional commercial or domestic cleaners.

Often, the best solution is to leave the clean-up to a professional emergency cleaning service, who can take the worry off your shoulders and deal with any damage quickly, safely and professionally. Forensic cleaning is normally included in your landlord insurance policy, so it’s a good idea to call them before hiring a cleaner independently.

Hazards such as sharp objects, bodily fluid or toxic chemicals can all expose you or your employees to hidden dangers

CleanSafe’s specially trained professionals have experience of cleaning up crime scenes for both local authorities and private sector businesses. We’ve worked for the police, social services, and transport sector to clean cells, cars, buildings, highways and more, and can answer your call anytime day or night.

What’s more, once our work is done, we’ll provide a decontamination certificate for your records, to make sure you comply with all Health and Safety requirements.

Has your business been a crime scene? Do you know who you’d turn to if you were? See more information about our Crime Scene Cleaning service to find out more information and see why we are the expert crime scene cleaner, or give us a call on 0800 668 1268 – our experienced account managers will be happy to advise you on your next steps.