Juvenaire provides a unique service of crime scene cleaning to assist those who may have the unpleasant and tragic task to clean up after a death. Unfortunate and unpredictable events occur every day including homicides, suicides, fatal accidents and natural and unattended deaths. These can be traumatic circumstances that are left for family, friends or colleagues to manage and clean up. Juvenaire provides a full crime scene or forensic cleanup service eliminating the unwanted and upsetting task of cleaning up after such tragic events. Juvenaire provides qualified crime scene cleaners or a forensic cleaner depending on the incident and are trained to use discretion for all projects.
Fingerprint Dust Removal
In criminal cases, forensics will dust a crime scene with fingerprint powder in search of evidence. Fingerprint powder more commonly known as fingerprint dust is extremely difficult to remove and if left on internal surfaces and contents will cause staining.
The reasoning behind fingerprint powder being so difficult to remove is due to its particulate size. To understand and gain a perspective on fingerprint dust size, it must be known that particles are usually described in microns, a metric unit of measure. One micron is one-millionth of a metre. Fingerprint dust is less than 10 microns. This combined with its components, Licopodium, Zinc Sterate and Carbon Black, allows for easy adherence to most surfaces and can be easily lodged in near-microscopic places illuminating the complexity of its removal.
As professionals in the field, it is recommended that a qualified and competent company is contacted if fingerprint dust needs removal. The self-removal of components of fingerprint powder may streak, smear and stain surfaces such as painted items, fabrics, porous wood and non-vinyl wallpapers, especially if it is smeared or pushed into the surface.
Juvenaire is qualified in fingerprint dust removal and with the combination of specialised training and the right chemical components, are able to sufficiently and effectively remove all remnants of fingerprint powder.
Blood Clean Up
Juvenaire’s qualified technicians are trained in the safe and effective cleanup and removal of biohazard materials such as blood, body fluid and tissue removal for all situations including suicides, homicides, accidents and unattended deaths. These situations can be traumatic and distressing and therefore Juvenaire’s specialists approach each scene with the upmost respect for the family, friends and colleagues involved. Crime and trauma scene clean ups can be tedious and time consuming as the smallest droplet of blood not removed could prove devastating for those related to the trauma victim. Juvenaire’s technicians are trained to complete each individual job meticulously and thoroughly and provide a complete restoration service. Our technicians are trained and qualified in trauma and crime scene cleanup but also dealing with the emotional and psychological coping mechanisms for victims, survivors and families. Our customers are top priority and therefore Juvenaire attends and completes each job at the highest standard.
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The Health Risk
Crime and trauma scenes contain contaminants such as blood, body fluids, tissue, brain matter, bone fragments and possible decomposition which can be a high health risk if contact and transmission occur. Precaution methods are recommended and designed to prevent the transmission of any possible diseases including HIV, hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus. Although skin provides some protection, it is not recommended to proceed with the cleaning process without a professional.
Juvenaire’s trained technicians are equipped with all appropriate PPE wear and associated safety equipment, procedures and processes to eliminate the risk of possible contraction of infection or disease. These actions are also to protect current and future inhabitants of the property and to ensure a safe and exceptionally clean environment obtained.
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