Sometimes detainees perform “dirty protests”, which often involves them defecating, urinating or vomiting in the cell they’re residing in without using the appropriate facilities.
Blood, urine, faeces and vomit need to be removed immediately and the area disinfected safely to provide a hygienic and safe environment to both the police personnel and criminal inmates. This will help reduce the risk of infection as these bodily fluids can harbour infectious diseases.
We have a team of highly trained individuals to ensure procedures relating to decontamination and the removal of any biohazard materials are done correctly in full accordance with current health and safety, government and COSHH procedures.
All of our experts are equipped with the tools and knowledge to quickly, efficiently and professionally clean all major and minor biohazards. We will dispose of all tangible hazards and fully disinfect the affected and surrounding areas, leaving no trace of the incident.
We adhere to strict standards of confidentiality so that our clients have peace of mind that our work is safeguarding their reputation as well as the health and safety of their staff and the public.
We understand the pressures of this environment and work with you flexibly to minimise disruption, using state-of-the-art infection control technology with a 100% decontamination guarantee.
We also have experience delivering services including: decontaminating and deep cleaning crime scenes, vehicles, cells, protest sites. Our police sector cleaning specialists are on call 24/7 providing rapid response to any situation.
The police benefit from our speed and efficiency in getting to the address quickly, freeing up officers from the site so they can complete other tasks.
We take pride in providing an excellent service to all our clients, where they are commercial customers or domestic customers and can tailor our offerings to suit the requirements of the individual client. Complete Environmental Services offer a UK wide emergency callout service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to the whole of the UK.