Crime Scene & Trauma

24/7 Emergency Line



The Occupational Health and Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency require crime scene cleaners to follow strict standards regarding trauma and crime scene cleanup. These standards require the proper removal and disposal of blood, tissue, biological fluids, and chemical contaminants. These standards are designed to protect the cleaning crew and those who take possession of the property when the cleanup is complete.

Our crews are thoroughly versed in these standards and they are carefully monitored throughout every stage of the cleaning process. We hold each member of the cleaning crew to the highest standards from the moment they arrive to the moment they leave. This detailed approach means our clients can expect the highest quality work and service from each member of our team.

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Attention to Detail Matters

Crime scenes and trauma scenes can contain everything from fingerprint powder and tear gas residue to fire extinguisher residue and blood. Prior to conducting any work, our teams meet with police officers, firemen, and investigators to determine the known substances that are present. This initial phase helps our crews prepare the proper cleaning agents and utilize the appropriate cleaning techniques upon entering the property. Our approach ensures our crews are protected from hazards and ensures no toxic residues remain when the biohazard cleanup process is complete.

Dealing with Drugs and Hazardous Materials

Drug labs are some of the most dangerous crime scenes to clean up. Over the last decade, Maricopa County has seen an alarming increase in the number of methamphetamine labs in the region. These labs require extensive cleaning to properly sanitize and make the property safe for habitation. We train our crews to use the latest technologies and techniques for cleaning up drug labs. Our process includes providing documentation that identifies the issues found �and the methodologies utilized to rectify them.

Cleanup with Compassion and Empathy

Our compassionate teams recognize that most of our clients are directed to our trauma and crime scene cleanup services at a time of great loss. We sympathize with the difficulties and emotions each person is experiencing. We guide every client through all stages of the process, including assessing the feasibility of salvaging personal property and items from the crime scene or traumatic event site. At EHS Restoration, our crime and trauma scene crews are certified to clean up and remove biohazards and chemical contaminants. We can dispatch our crews 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout Maricopa County. Our emergency line is 480-306-5777 and we guarantee to respond to your needs with the utmost compassion, discretion, and professionalism.


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