[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”214″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Our technicians are passionate about providing empathetic and professional services in your times of need. Accidents happen all the time and anywhere – from job sites, and homes, to schools, municipal buildings and public places. Types of accidents can include job-site injury, personal injury, accidental death, natural death, decomposition, automobile accidents, mechanical accidents, suicides, and train and plane accidents, among others. Such traumas, in themselves, are enough to face. But, many individuals and companies shoulder a heavy and often re-traumatizing burden in the follow-up task of cleaning and sanitizing the scenario. But, you don’t have to, nor should you, face it alone. Whatever your circumstances, we can respond in your moment of need to protect you from added trauma and the dangers that come with a trauma scenario.
Why Seek a Professional Trauma-Cleanup-Service Provider?
In some instances – construction accidents, industrial accidents, natural death, for example –companies will try to rely on janitorial staff for trauma cleanup. This is often a big mistake. Even for companies that have been able to train their staff to respond to these scenarios, members of the janitorial team often lack the protective equipment and certification-level training to respond in a safe and thorough way to protect themselves and those around them from blood borne pathogens. Types of blood borne pathogens that can be spread in a trauma cleanup process include:
- Hepatitis B.
- Hepatitis C,
- Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus (MRSA),
- And more.
Many companies underestimate the risk involved in the cleanup process. For this reason, trauma cleanup requires trained and certified technicians with specialized cleaning, sanitation, and protective equipment and products to respond to the situation. OSHA regulations require that blood and other biohazards be cleaned, sanitized, and disposed of by trained professionals using medically approved disposal containers and protective gear. And, while some companies can train their staff in proper procedures, the effort to train and keep all staff updated in proper procedures and requirements on a continual basis is often costly and the results are often risky.
Bringing in certified and highly-trained trauma cleanup technicians can keep costs and risks at a minimum. When we respond to a scene, we provide all of the equipment necessary for a thorough job that will secure the area of any health-threats. We provide the equipment necessary to keep everyone safe during the cleanup process. And, our technicians are sensitive to your emotional needs in a time of often significant distress.[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”” h4=”Need emergency service” txt_align=”center”]
We are Empathetic to Your Needs
A frequently overlooked issue in a trauma-cleanup situation is “state of mind.” Oftentimes, a trauma cleanup incident involves tragedy. Jenkins Environmental Services wants you to know that we are extremely sensitive and serious about meeting all your needs. Our technicians go through sensitivity training and debriefing after each trauma-cleanup project. We want to assist in your recovery and not add further burden to an already over-burdened situation. Our demeanor and language will be emphatic and sensitive to your situation and you will always have direct access to a dedicated project manager to provide immediate attention to any issues that may need to be addressed.
Our Certified Technicians Are Here for You
Jenkins Environmental Services follows the stringent guidelines established by OSHA, DOT, EPA, and local and state government. Among these are:
- Technicians trained and tested in the use of proper personal protective equipment (OSHA)
- Technicians trained and tested in the use of proper respiratory protection (OSHA)
- Technicians trained and tested in the use of proper chemical application (OSHA)
- Vaccinations which include Hepatitis A & B and Tetanus for Technicians (OSHA)
- Blood borne pathogen training and hazardous communication training for Technicians (OSHA)
- Record keeping and annual re-certifications (OSHA & EPA)
- Licensed Medical Waste Disposal (DOT and state)
- Specific Environmental Liability Insurance in place.
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Jenkins Environmental Services will utilize modern techniques, chemicals and equipment to clean, decontaminate and deodorize your property so that it can be returned to a healthy, clean and safe environment.
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|Atlanta, Georgia||Raleigh, North Carolina|
|Baltimore, Maryland||Richmond, Virginia|
|Charlotte, North Carolina||Rockville, Maryland|
|Fredericksburg, Virginia||Sterling, Virginia|
|Newark, Delaware||Virginia Beach, Virginia|