Crime Scene Clean Up St. Louis Resources
Who is responsible for the cleanup when someone dies? What happens after the paramedics, police, and/or coroner leave? Is there really a need for a comany in Missouri that specializes in crime scene clean up and death clean up?
St. Louis was named the murder capitol of the United States in 2015 according to 24/7 Wallstreet. This is based off of murder rate per capita, not overall murders. In 2015 Missouri unfortunately had 188 homicides. This about one every 48 hours. Making matters even worse is the suicide rate. Missouri has over 1100 suicides each year throughout the state and many right here in St. Louis.
Every one of these scenes, every accident, and any scene causing the release of blood or bodily fluids can be contagious pathogens such as Hepatitis, HIV or illnesses like MRSA and C-Diff. It is critical that these situations are properly cleaned and the correct disinfection process used to ensure the enviornment is safe for reoccupancy. Steri-Clean can provide you with the peace of mind at an affordable price.
Steri-Clean St. Louis specializes in Crime Scene Cleanup and all of the services listed below:
Can Family Members Clean a Crime Scene?
While it is not illegal for family members in St. Louis or anywhere in Missouri to clean a crime, suicide, trauma or death scene, it is highly discouraged. Crime Scene Cleaners are highly trained in bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, deadly viruses and bacteria and more. We also know which disinfectant will kill certain trypes of organisms. Even more important is the documented emotional trauma that is caused when a loved one cleans up a death scene. Studies show that the trauma is so severe, that loved ones are 75% more likely to commit suicide themselves! Please allow the affordable, discreet team at Steri-Clean Missouri help you through this. Call us 24 hours a day at (888) 577-7206.
What if the Blood is in a Business?
Steri-Clean St. Louis Missouri provides our 24 hours crime scene cleanup services to many businesses. Unfortunately, our workplace is not safe from the occasional violence that occurs in Missouri. Janitors or peers should never be forced to clean a biohazard scene. Steri-Clean St. Louis responds to scenes involving simple spills like vomit or nosebleeds to major incidents involving disease outbreak like Staph, C-diff, or MRSA, or violence such as stabbings, assaults and active shooters. If your business was involved in a break in, violent act, or has any biohazards present, contact the decontamination experts at Steri-Clean 24 hours a day.
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