Suicide Cleanup in Denver, Colorado
Why Suicide Cleanup Requires a Professional Crime Scene Cleanup Service
The sudden loss of a loved one is traumatic, especially when they die from suicide. For the health and safety of those left behind, trust suicide cleanup to the professionals from Denver Crime Scene Cleanup.
Self-Cleanup Compounds Grief
Bidding a final farewell to a loved one is hard enough. Entering the area where the suicide took place to clean it yourself will compound your grief, making a hard job more difficult. Our suicide cleanup services spare you additional emotional pain.
Self-Cleanup Is Unhealthy
Whether it’s hangings or an intentional drug overdose, suicide creates a biohazard that needs to be addressed by our insured and bonded cleanup crew. The residue left from a gunshot suicide creates the risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens. Denver Crime Scene Cleanup arrives to restore the scene of a Denver area suicide outfitted with Bio Suits, respirators, and all the personal protective equipment necessary to complete a suicide cleanup safely.
Self-Cleanup Poses a Biohazard
The bodily fluids left behind after a suicide by blade or firearm constitute hazardous material. Using rags to soak up the gore and then throwing the clothes in the trash isn’t safe. Everyone who comes into contact with the blood-soaked rags will be at risk for infection. Denver Crime Scene Cleanup follows OSHA HAZMAT protocols during a post-suicide restoration.
The Cleanup Procedure
Upon arriving at the scene of a suicide cleanup, the Denver Crime Scene Cleanup crew seals off the contaminated area. Next, we determine if items in the room are salvageable. For blood cleanup, we use a solvent that breaks down the blood. After the removal of blood and other fluid stains, we disinfect and deodorize the area. Lastly, we test for proper disinfecting using a device that detects contaminates in the air.