Bio-One of Oceanside is available 24/7 - 365 days a year, to clean, disinfect and remediate areas from blood spills and bodily fluids. Our technicians are highly trained in biohazardous waste disposal practices to ensure these scenarios are remediated safely.
Exposure to bloodborne pathogens and biohazardous waste can happen in various occupations and circumstances. Medical and emergency personnel, for example, are constantly dealing with biohazardous material; they follow strict guidelines and procedures to ensure their safety and the safety of the people around them.
Traumatic events like crimes, car accidents, and sudden death usually involve blood and bodily fluids that only professionals must clean.
Attempting to clean these scenarios without the proper training poses a risk of infection for everyone involved, not to mention the emotional trauma that goes with taking care of these situations. This includes blood, human body fluids, a combination of bodily fluids and blood, mucous membranes, mycotoxins, and any surface/item visibly contaminated by biological pathogens.
Blood and bodily fluids can linger on surfaces for long periods of time, and they carry dangerous bacteria and diseases, even dry. Exposure to bloodborne pathogens and biohazardous waste can happen from sharp objects/needles, cuts, scratches, bites from infected animals, mucous membrane contact, skin contact, and non-direct contact (being in the presence of highly contaminated areas and surfaces).
Immediate response to biohazardous waste exposure includes:
Bio-One of Oceanside's specialists works with first responders for immediate biohazardous waste disposal services in North San Diego County. Our specialists remediate scenarios from traumatic events like crime scenes, suicide, blood spill, undiscovered death, and situations involving biohazardous waste. We are always available to assist families and victims in their greatest time of need.
Usually, when tragedy and traumatic events take place, there’s a police investigation and medical staff who takes care of removing the bodies and remnants from scenes. After investigations are completed and coroners leave the scene, thorough cleaning and disinfection must be conducted to avoid disease and infection outbreaks from bloodborne pathogens.
It’s important to avoid exposing maintenance crew and cleaning companies when blood and bodily fluids are present. The best thing to do is leave it to have a biohazardous waste disposal company take care of the disinfection and decontamination process.
Blood and bodily fluid spills/residue can linger on almost any surface. Our specialists are caring, compassionate, discreet, and understanding of the emotional distress of facing these situations. We strive to be an extension of your family, someone you can rely on while we take care of all the biohazards that may pose a health risk for you and your loved ones.
Bio-One of Oceanside is the #1 Disinfection, Sanitation, and Decontamination Company in North San Diego County, providing professional, industry standards services in all kinds of extreme scenarios:
Bio-One of Oceanside springs into action to assist survivors when a traumatic event occurs. We work with local law enforcement, emergency responders, victim advocacy organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment communities, and insurance companies to ensure that you receive the greatest service feasible.
Bio-One is a proud member of the Southern California Rental Housing Association and Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista Chambers of Commerce. Bio-One serves all of San Diego County and neighboring regions, including Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, Fallbrook, Escondido, San Marcos, and Bonsall.
We also serve the Southern Orange County cities: San Clemente, Dana Point, Rancho Mission Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Ladera Ranch, San Juan Capistrano, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Woods, Laguna Beach, Lake Forest, Rancho Santa Margarita, Irvine, and Costa Mesa.
Our services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Give us a call at 760-429-0729.