Unattended Death and Traumatic Environments Cleaning
Environments that arise from biohazardous events such as suicides, murders or homicides, crime or trauma scenes, and accidents produce medical waste. Our fully-compliant trauma scene decontamination technicians are experienced in remediation and will respond with the sensitivity and capability needed to resolve the issues inherent to environments affected by biohazardous medical waste.
We clean property such as apartment and homes affected by methamphetamine (meth) lab residue and/or include blood from a suicide or crime scene. Our processes will restore use to the environment. We also offer safe needle disposal (Biohazard Waste Disposal) for doctors, dentists, clinics, and funeral homes.
Once the emergency responders such as the police and coroners leave the scene of the crime or traumatic event, the family or property owner is facing the responsibility of the remediation of the affected environment. The police and the coroner are not responsible for the biological material left behind. The task assigned to these first responders is to perform the investigation protocol and remove the deceased should a death be involved.
Trauma Scene Biohazard Remediation
Depending on the violence associated with the event, the remaining biological material will vary in concentration and distribution. Not only are the biological factors important but also factors such as the length of clandestine methamphetamine manufacturing or the amount of tear gas canisters that penetrated the area.
We understand the challenges that are inherent, emotional and physical, to these biohazardous environments.
Safe, Compliant Processes and Disposal
Obviously, this task is for a professional company who specializes in these OSHA and EPA compliant services related to regulated medical waste. This service is not just a part of a wide collection of diversified services. Biological and meth residue remediation and safe needle disposal are our primary business....Request a Quote.
Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reports
San Diego – San Diego, with a 2010 population of 1,313,433 saw almost a 5% decrease in their property crimes that were 32,246 in 2009 and fell to 30,753 in 2010. Other areas in Sand Diego that saw a similar decrease were violent crime, burglary, and robbery.
San Jose – San Jose being the third largest community in California had a population of 970,252 in 2010. The ratio of violent crimes to property crimes is a leap of 84%. Even though San Jose’s property crimes are high there still was an 11% reduction in robbery and theft since 2009.
San Francisco – San Francisco, with a population of 818,594 in 2010 and 151 neighborhoods it is the fourth largest community in California. San Francisco saw their property crime rates drop from 34,509 in 2009 to 32,365 in 2010. This reduction in property crimes was nearly 7%. Other crime categories in San Francisco that also decreased a substantial amount from 2009 – 2010 were robbery and larceny theft.
Long Beach – Long Beach, California had a population of 462,267 in 2010. Unfortunately Long Beach has a 60% higher crime rate than other cities /towns in California. “The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Long Beach is 1 in 25.” Although Long Beach did see a reduction in violent crimes from 3,161 in 2009 to 2,720 in 2010 an average of about 14% in reduction. (http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/ca/long-beach/crime/#legend)
Fresno – Fresno, with a population of 484,734 in 2010, saw their crime rates increase from 2009 to 2010 an overall 8.75%. Fresno has one of the highest crime rates in all of America. Your chance of being a victim to a property crime is one in sixteen according to the FBI Crime Data Report.
Oakland – Oakland, California has a population of 409,723 in 2010 based on the census of that year. Oakland saw their property crime rates drop from 20,173 in 2009 to 17,325 in 2010. This reduction in property crime rates of 14% is a substantial amount compared to other surrounding cities. Other crime rate reductions consisted of the other 9 categories with an average of 10%.
Santa Ana – Santa Ana has a population of 340,240 in 2010, based on FBI reports they saw the largest decrease in the crime rates category property crime dropping from 6,798 in 2009 to 6,580 in 2010. Overall Santa Ana is one of the safer communities in California the chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime there is 1 to 182.
Anaheim – Anaheim’s population in 2010 was 338,492, with an increase in property crime of 7,993 in 2009 to 8,473 in 2010, also burglary and motor theft with an increase of almost 10%. Anaheim’s violent crime crates are considerable low compared to their property crime rates.
The city of Los Angeles had a population of 4,007,147 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson. Los Angeles, CA saw the murder rate drop by 6%, as well as, a drop in motor vehicle theft by 9%. Arson rose in Los Angeles by 38% in 2018.
The city of San Diego had a population of 1,424,116 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson. San Diego, CA saw reported rape rise by 17% with a drop in burglary by 12% in 2018.
The city of San Francisco had a population of 881,255 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson. San Francisco saw a drop of 38% in the murder rate, as well as, a drop in motor vehicle theft of 25% in 2018.
The city of Oakland had a population of 424,915 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson. Oakland, CA saw rape increase by 16% with a property crime drop by 18%, a drop in burglary by 19% and a rise in arson by 51%.