How to Start a Crime Scene Cleanup Business

For you to start a crime scene cleaning company (also known as Biohazard Remediation), you require to have a powerful stomach and willing to be exposed to violence. Your company will be responsible for responding to the trauma of removing the bodily floods which remaining after an accident, crime, or death. You don’t require a degree nor a college diploma. You will require some background in construction since most of the crime scene but be cleaned per OSHA requirements.

Crime cleaning involves cleansing blood off the walls, removing blood stained in carpets, disposing of furniture according to state laws, and cleaning some fragments. For you to start a crime scene cleanup services, you need extensive training in personalized protective gear, blood Bourne pathogen, and much more areas. You will require the following certifications:

  1. OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Normal 29CFR 1910.134
  2. OSHA’s Hazard Communication Common 29CFR 1910.1200
  3. OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Normal 29CFR 1910.1030
  4. Universal precautions processes
  5. Respiratory Safety Plan
  6. Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Prepare
  7. Individual protective gear (PPE)
  8. Policies and processes
  9. Risk Communication Program
  10. Right containment, disposing and storing of Hazmat waste
  11. Fundamental construction information
  12. Policies and procedures
  13. Basic construction knowledge
  14. Odor/Deodorization removal methods

Individuals or insurance companies can hire crime scene cleanup services to clean a crime scene. During “low season” you can advertise and search for jobs which are related to hazardous waste removal, mold remediation, gross and hoarding cleanup and drug lab cleanup. You should consider additional training before you add extra cleaning to your crime scene cleanup company.

There is no official time set to clean up a crime scene; hence, you can be dispatched by the authorities at any particular time of day or night. You can make around $55,000 to $60,000 per annum as a full-time employee.