Biohazard Cleanup Services That We Offer

Residential Clean-Up

Family members and home owners are already exposed to emotional trauma as a result of the incident. DASH will eliminate the additional trauma related to cleaning up the scene.

DASH will provide a discreet response in our unmarked vehicles.

DASH will:

Respond to all calls in a timely manner
Isolate the contaminated areas
Take photo documentation throughout the cleaning process
Provide an inventory list of all items, discarded or cleaned/disinfected
Bag all items with monetary or personal value, which have become contaminated. These items can be discarded or cleaned at the discretion of the owner
Use Environmentally Safe / Non-toxic / EPA Registered Hospital Grade cleaning products
Follow all related OSHA recommendations pertaining to Bio-hazard clean-up, transportation and disposal

Commercial Clean-Up

Business owners are already exposed to the possibilities of legal ramification as a result of the incident. DASH will eliminate the additional liabilities related to cleaning up the scene.

The cost of a lawsuit or compensation claim for an improper cleaning are many times greater than the costs of a proper recovery. The majority of scene recovery costs are covered under most insurance policies.

By using D.A.S.H., employers can avoid the legal liabilities associated with the violation of the OSHA Standards. OSHA requires that a company have in place a Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan, if even one employee can reasonably be expected to be exposed.
Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employee can be placed in a position to be exposed to blood spills without first:

  1. Receiving bloodborne pathogen (BBP) training.
  2. Having a written BBP exposure control plan
  3. Having been provided appropriate personal protective equipment
  4. Having been properly fitted and trained
  5. Having been offered the Hepatitis B Vaccine with exposure evaluation and medical follow-up
  6. Being provided with a method to remove and properly store the bio-hazardous waste in properly marked containers for disposal at an approved site

Only after these minimum steps have been met can an employee be required by their employer to clean a bio-hazardous scene. The costs of meeting these requirements can become very high.

The fines imposed by government agencies will be almost nothing compared to the costs of a lawsuit filed by an aggrieved employee. OSHA is very strict and responds rapidly to reported violations. OSHA fines can range from $10,000 to $70,000 for serious and willful violations of these standards.

DASH will provide a discreet response in our unmarked vehicles.

DASH will:

Respond to all calls in a timely manner
Isolate the contaminated areas
Take photo documentation throughout the cleaning process
Provide an inventory list of all items, discarded or cleaned/disinfected
Use Environmentally Safe / Non-toxic / EPA Registered Hospital Grade cleaning products
Follow all related OSHA recommendations pertaining to Bio-hazard clean-up, transportation and disposal

Industrial Decontamination

Business owners are already exposed to the possibilities of legal ramification as a result of the incident. DASH will eliminate the additional liabilities related to cleaning up the scene.

The cost of a lawsuit or compensation claim for an improper cleaning are many times greater than the costs of a proper recovery. The majority of scene recovery costs are covered under most insurance policies.

By using DASH, employers can avoid the legal liabilities associated with the violation of the OSHA Standards. OSHA requires that a company have in place a Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan, if even one employee can reasonably be expected to be exposed. Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employee can be placed in a position to be exposed to blood spills without first:

  1. Receiving bloodborne pathogen (BBP) training.
  2. Having a written BBP exposure control plan
  3. Having been provided appropriate personal protective equipment
  4. Having been properly fitted and trained
  5. Having been offered the Hepatitis B Vaccine with exposure evaluation and medical follow-up
  6. Being provided with a method to remove and properly store the bio-hazardous waste in properly marked containers for disposal at an approved site

Only after these minimum steps have been met can an employee be required by their employer to clean a bio-hazardous scene. The costs of meeting these requirements can become very high.

The fines imposed by government agencies will be almost nothing compared to the costs of a lawsuit filed by an aggrieved employee. OSHA is very strict and responds rapidly to reported violations. OSHA fines can range from $10,000 to $70,000 for serious and willful violations of these standards.

DASH will provide a discreet response in our unmarked vehicles.

DASH will:

Respond to all calls in a timely manner, limiting the down time of the effected area and equipment
Isolate the contaminated areas
Work with Maintenance Department to properly clean effected equipment
Take photo documentation throughout the cleaning process
Work practices including Fall Protection, Lock-out/Tag-out, etc.
Use Environmentally Safe / Non-toxic / EPA Registered Hospital Grade cleaning products
Follow all related OSHA recommendations pertaining to Bio-hazard clean-up, transportation and disposal

Hoarding

It’s called Hoarding, Gross Filth, Compulsive Hoarding, Trash House, Clutter, Pack Rat, Distressed Properties, etc.
What ever you want to call it, DASH can handle it! We will work with you or your loved one, to accomplish what seems to be an impossible feat.

Our professional, trained, non-judgmental Technicians will respond discreetly in our un-marked vehicles.

We offer:

Before and after Photo or Video Documentation

Storage Container Drop off / Pick up Coordination

Disposal Container Drop off / Pick up Coordination

Cleaning a property in this condition is a specialized cleaning procedure.
We specialize in hoarding clean up, so let us provide you with any or all of the following services:

  • Hoarding, Clutter, Pack-Rat Clean up
  • Odor Removal
  • Refrigerator / Freezer Clean Out
  • Bathroom / Kitchen Disinfecting
  • Soiled Carpet Removal
  • Drug Paraphernalia Removal
  • Recovery of Valuables and Sentimental Items
  • Important Document Recovery and Storage
  • Animal Hoarding Clean-up
  • Animal / Human Waste Removal
  • Broken Appliance Recycling
  • Vehicle Removal
  • Structure Restoration – Paint, Drywall, Exterior, Carpet, Electrical, Plumbing, Etc.

Hoarding properties and non-living conditions pose a health risk, fire hazard, community stigma.
Our Technicians will work with you to separate the items into 3 categories:

1. Items to keep (valuables, necessities, sentimental items)
2. Items to be recycled or donated
3. Items to be disposed of

Medical professionals acknowledge a correlation between Compulsive Hoarding Syndrome and “OCD” or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It is not limited to age, race or gender.

There are several levels of Hoarding as listed below:

Level I Hoarder
Level II Hoarder
Level III Hoarder
Level IV Hoarder
Level V Hoarder
Level I Hoarder

Household is considered standard. No special knowledge in working with the Chronically Disorganized is necessary.

Level II Hoarder

Household requires professional organizers or related professionals to have additional knowledge and understanding of Chronic Disorganization.

Level III Hoarder

Household may require services in addition to those a professional organizer and related professional can provide. Professional organizers and related professionals working with Level III households should have significant training in Chronic Disorganization and have developed a helpful community network of resources, especially mental health providers.

Level IV Hoarder

Household needs the help of a professional organizer and a coordinated team of service providers. Psychological, medical issues or financial hardships are generally involved. Resources will be necessary to bring a household to a functional level. These services may include pest control services, "crime scene cleaners," financial counseling and licensed contractors and handy persons.

Level V Hoarder

Household will require intervention from a wide range of agencies. Professional organizers should not venture directly into working solo with this type of household. The Level V household may be under the care of a conservator or be an inherited estate of a mentally ill individual. Assistance is needed from many sources. A team needs to be assembled. Members of the team should be identified before beginning additional work. These members may include social services and psychological/mental health representative (not applicable if inherited estate), conservator/trustee, building and zoning, fire and safety, landlord, legal aid and/or legal representatives. A written strategy needs to be outlined and contractual agreements made before proceeding.

DASH can help you or your loved one with any level.

Police Decontamination

We know that sometimes you're prisoners do not behave properly and your property can be exposed to many types of body fluids. This is not only a health risk to future occupants, but exposes your officers and cleaning staff to these contaminants.

DASH can properly disinfect and deodorize the following:

Squad Cars
Holding Areas (Chairs/Floors)
Jail Cells

The cost for these services can be charged to the prisoner and added to their fines.

DASH will:

Respond to all calls in a timely manner, limiting the down time of the effected area or vehicle
Take photo documentation throughout the cleaning process
Use Environmentally Safe / Non-toxic / EPA Registered Hospital Grade cleaning products
Follow all related OSHA recommendations pertaining to Bio-hazard clean-up, transportation and disposal

Vehicular

Insurance Companies and Body Shops have already been inconvenienced as a result of the bio-hazardous condition of the vehicle. DASH will eliminate the additional liabilities related to cleaning up the vehicle.

The cost of a lawsuit or compensation claim for an improper cleaning are many times greater than the costs of a proper recovery. The majority of vehicle recovery costs are covered under most insurance policies.

By using DASH, shop owners can avoid the legal liabilities associated with the violation of the OSHA Standards. OSHA requires that a company have in place a Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan, if even one employee can reasonably be expected to be exposed. Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employee can be placed in a position to be exposed to blood spills without first:

  1. Receiving bloodborne pathogen (BBP) training.
  2. Having a written BBP exposure control plan
  3. Having been provided appropriate personal protective equipment
  4. Having been properly fitted and trained
  5. Having been offered the Hepatitis B Vaccine with exposure evaluation and medical follow-up
  6. Being provided with a method to remove and properly store the bio-hazardous waste in
    properly marked containers for disposal at an approved site

Only after these minimum steps have been met can an employee be required by their employer to clean a bio-hazardous scene. The costs of meeting these requirements can become very high.

The fines imposed by government agencies will be almost nothing compared to the costs of a lawsuit filed by an aggrieved employee. OSHA is very strict and responds rapidly to reported violations. OSHA fines can range from $10,000 to $70,000 for serious and willful violations of these standards.

DASH will provide a discreet response in our unmarked vehicles.

DASH will:

Respond to all calls in a timely manner
Clean the vehicle on-site at your facility, or at our office/garage location
Take photo documentation throughout the cleaning process
Provide an inventory list of all items, discarded or cleaned/disinfected
Use Environmentally Safe / Non-toxic / EPA Registered Hospital Grade cleaning products
Follow all related OSHA recommendations pertaining to Bio-hazard clean-up, transportation and disposal

Restoration

Let DASH Bio-Recovery manage the restoration of your property after the Bio-Remediation has been completed.

We will work directly with the insurance company to restore your property back to its original condition, prior to the incident.

We will coordinate contractors and sub-contractors to effectively complete the project in a timely manor.

All DASH Contractors are Certified and Fully Insured

DASH will provide:

Reconstruction
Electrical
HVAC
Plumbing
Painting
Carpet/Flooring
Landscaping

DASH Bio-Recovery is your Start-to-Finish Incident Management Company