Crime scenes can vary greatly but often create high-risk environments for the professionals who work crime scenes. Suicides, homicides, murder and accidental death are the type of scenes where blood borne pathogens are frequently present. First responders, investigators, evidence collectors and those in charge can all be at risk. Crime Scene Clean Ups in Brisbane require experienced and trained forensic cleaning technicians to provide a comprehensive bio-sweep and clean to ensure the property is left in a safe, habitable and biohazard free zone.


Brisbane Crime Scene Cleaning

At Brisbane Crime Scene Cleaning, our technicians work closely with the police, government agencies and investigators with crime scene clean up services. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Depending on the location we’re available usually within one to three hours. We are on call and have technicians ready for any situation.


Why are Crime Scene Cleaners required in Brisbane

Crime scenes are high-risk sites for contamination from blood borne pathogens. Blood borne pathogens are microorganisms in human blood or certain body fluids that cause disease in humans. The most common blood borne pathogens are hepatitis B and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes AIDS. Methods of exposure to blood borne pathogens include ingestion, inhalation, absorption, injection, and direct mucous membrane contact. These pathogens can survive inside or outside of a deceased person for several days. Limiting exposure to blood borne pathogens at crime scenes only makes sense.

Brisbane Crime Scene Cleaning provides an all-inclusive bio-remediation and crime scene cleaning service across Brisbane and Queensland. Regardless of the type of crime scene, a bio-remediation or trauma scene clean up company is mandatory to provide the remediation service to ensure the safety of any current or future occupants of the property.