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Bodily Fluid Cleanup

Bodily Fluid Cleanup

“Accidents that contain blood and other bodily fluids can pose extreme safety risks if they are not dealt with properly. Improper cleanup and even the slightest exposure can result in the transfer of blood-borne pathogens like HIV, Hepatitis B or C, MRSA and more. Bloodborne pathogens are any type of virus, disease, or bacteria that can be found in bodily fluid. We’ve outlined a few basic do’s and don’ts for you until we arrive on the scene.

What to do until we arrive:

  • Seal off the affected area to limit the spread and contact of any bodily fluid.
  • Always assume that Blood and other Bodily Fluids are infected with a dangerous disease like HIV, Hepatitis B or C, MRSA and more.
  • Limit exposure by staying out of the contaminated Room – You can become infected by a bloodborne pathogen through contact with your skin, eyes, cuts or sores, or mucus membranes.
  • Only allow people with Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) into the affected area if THEY MUST go in.


What Not to Do After Experiencing Bodily Fluid Cleanup:

  • Never attempt to clean bodily fluids without protection – Full respiratory and skin protection is required
  • Never discard of affected material with normal trash – this puts others at risk. Call the nearest hazardous waste removal company to assist with the disposal.
Call Mammoth Restoration 24 hours a day, 365 days a year if you need help with any bodily fluid clean up.