Crime Scene Cleaning

The threat that crime scenes present is now recognised to be considerable, including Hepatitis B and other pathogens. With the recent tightening of health and safety regulations, those overseeing crime scenes have to take this threat to health into account; they have a statutory duty to ensure the health and safety of those at the crime scene and afterwards.

The consequence is the increasing professionalism of crime scene cleaning, with clients now recognising that in order to discharge their responsibilities properly, they should use cleaning operatives who have been properly trained on an accredited training scheme.

• Clean crime scenes and trauma scene locations, including police cells and contaminated vehicles RTA and crime scene equipment.
• Deodorise
• Remove contaminated flooring
• Control pests
• House clearance
• Collect hypodermic needles
• Removing Hazardous waste to meet specialist waste carriers regulations. Including all blood borne pathogens
• Sanitation services that include both minor and major out break control
• Health and safety method statements and risk assessments
• Dealing with the client or member of the public offering a compassionate  service in their time of need.

Unique Clean have successfully completed courses at N.A.C.S.C (National Association of Crime Scene Cleaning).