When it comes to biohazard and hazmat cleaning services, certifications and quality service matter. As a Georgia Clean client, you can rest assured you are receiving the highest standards of service every time because we are compliant with OSHA guidelines. These guidelines help us train every technician we employ to the highest standards and specifications. As a result, your in-home or business cleaning and remediation services are always completed on time and in-depth. From blood spill cleanup services to homicide cleaning, hoarding cleanup, and beyond, we follow OSHA guidelines in all of our services.
You can learn more about our policies and mission at Georgia Clean by visiting our website to explore everything we have to offer. In the meantime, keep reading for more info on how we adhere to OSHA guidelines.
Introduction to OSHA Guidelines Compliant Standards
OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA is responsible for strict guidelines and regulations for various occupations, such as the biohazard and hazmat cleanup industry. At Georgia Clean, every technician we hire is trained in OSHA-regulated protocols and procedures. We only use methods approved by OSHA during all of our services.
Hazmat Protective Gear
As an OSHA-compliant agency, our employees wear protective equipment such as hazmat suits, goggles, gloves, respirator masks, and specialized boot coverings when entering a biohazard scene. These measures help protect our employees and reduce the transmission of biohazardous substances between locations. With safe disposal of these items, we can eliminate the spread of dangerous substances. These measures are part of what is outlined in OSHA’s regulations.
Proper Disposal of Hazardous Waste
We are also OSHA-compliant in disposal of hazardous waste materials, items, and contaminated property. This includes items such as SHARPS waste that might be located at the scene of a cleanup. We also partner with local funeral homes and law enforcement personnel during many of our services. These partnerships help us expedite the cleaning procedures and ensure strict adherence to OSHA guidelines regarding the proper disposal of contaminated items or waste.
Proper Cleaning Methods and Solutions
Finally, we also are OSHA guidelines compliant when it comes to the methods and procedures we use during our cleaning services. We offer many services with green cleaning solutions that eliminate hazards effectively. We also offer new methods of sterilization, such as electrostatic disinfection technology.
Contact Us for More Info on OSHA Guidelines Compliant Standards
When it comes to biohazard cleaning services you can count on, it doesn’t get any better than a company that is OSHA guidelines compliant. At Georgia Clean, we not only deliver quality service but also follow OSHA guidelines and regulations. If you live in the Atlanta area and need quality service, contact us today to get started. We are just a phone call away at 770-464-5207.