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California Blood Cleanup Information

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Accidents - Biohazars - Blood Cleanup

California blood cleanup company guarantees price and guaranteed work. With over 14 years of blood cleanup experience spanning across the globe and 24 states, I believe I have enough experience to claim myself as a subject matter expert in this field. The state of California licenses me as a "Trauma Scene Practioner," license #134.

I write about various subjects among my pages here to help diversify my blood cleanup narrative. Below I offer introductions to ongoing writing projects that I link to from within and without this blood cleanup web site.


Accidents involving a dramatic blood loss catches released expect in most cases. In my experience I have cleaned up blood after accidents on construction sites as well as food processing plants in which blood loss could have been anticipated. I say this because of the nature of the work in the nature of the machinery. Carpenters in food processor sometimes take chances around their working environments to save time and labor.

As a result of taking chances, they can shortcuts, I have been led to cleanup after serious blood losses. If nothing else, I have learned that accidents need not happen in most cases.

Some people do find an accident as a incidental or unplanned event. They believe that an accident can breed prevented by not allowing circumstances leading to an accident to occur. With human reason, you would think, we can recognize accident producing situations. We can act before the situations arise and make our environment a little bit safer. The California occupational and safety administration (OSHA) has produced quite a bit of literature on this very idea. In fact, many of my Los Angeles County blood cleanup work came by way of OSHA violators.

Now that I have placed the blame upon labor for these bloodletting incidents, we should keep in mind that sometimes employers will entice their workers to.speed up. It only takes a quick word from an employer to cause an employee to skip safety steps. I know this from a very short employment. Decades ago with Xerox Corporation. There I was told not to left heavy objects along. But at the end of the working day my duties included ensuring that frames to Xerox machines were no longer on the floor and placed on gravity tables. In the end I was forced to lift these frames to their respective gravity tables. A back injury awaited me for sure.

I once threw away a couple hundred pounds of crushed corn because an injury from a work processing plant left food processor's amputated arm in corn's bucket. There was a case of a food processor speeding up to get work done by the end of the day. He placed his hand and arm inside a revolving spiral drive gear and it first crushed his hand and then yanked his arm out of its socket at the shoulder.

On another occasion and Los Angeles County I clean blood from the bottom of an elevator shaft that was under construction during building development in Marina del Rey. Here are two carpenters had placed an adequate two by fours and plywood over the shaft on the third floor level. As on previous days they stepped out onto the platform and went to work. Only on this day the platform gave way because it was not secured enough. The wood broke in the two carpenters plummeted to the earth below and landed on the basement elevator floor.

The fall alone could have killed both. Instant death from a fall leave less blood cleanup work than bleeding out before death. One carpenter suffered a broken back from the fall. A second died as a result of both the fall and blood loss. It turns out that the second carpenter was holding a skill saw when their makeshift floor broke. Because of the extension cord attached to the saw the sock continued to turn as the carpenter felt their space to the floor. Blood cleanup for this job required quite a bit of effort.

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The Center for Disease Control in Georgia has a very specific and focused definition of biohazard; this definition goes to the heart of labor's predicament in the last quarter of the 20th century and the future.

With the emergence of bloodborne pathogens (germs) like human immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV) and hepatitis C, human blood cleanup became very risky. Most risky, though, needle stick from carelessly or "accidentally" discarded needles in medical settings were deadly.

Even now, over 200 medical workers die each year from need stick related injuries.

We must use microscopes to see the tiny biohazardous blood cells. Keep in mind that there are over 100 trillion cells in the human body. A great percentage of these have given blood its chemistry and life-giving properties.

Now, as individuals, we humans present a fragile target to many pathogens in our environment.

Human blood cleanup exposes us to hundreds of millions of infectious bacteria and infectious viruses. In our blood, we have a source for bacteria to host viruses. Viruses have no reproductive system and must use other sources to reproduce. Viruses do not constitute "life" in scientific terms.

Microscopic organisms that cause disease, bacteria, and viruses, because like bacteria and viruses.

The word microscopic applies broadly to anything that you need a microscope to see. Blood and bloodborne pathogen cells fit this definition. Imagine that we squash bacteria in the palm of our hands. Usually, they escape because their size allows them to remain safe in the valleys between our palms and fingerprints. Hide they do, and we must keep this in mind when it's time to wash our hands.

It's hard to imagine something so small. Their tiny size kept medical science from discovering the nature of disease-causing blood cells as well as other types of infectious human fluids. So is it any wonder that so many people argued over the existence of the spread of disease by invisible germs?

The germ theory of disease took a while to discover, even with the microscope; once discovered, it took decades to convince doctors of germs as the source of illness and death. Los Angeles blood cleanup practitioners must understand the seriousness of blood cleanup activities. Still, getting blood cleanup practitioners to believe in the germ theory of diseases has its problems.

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Blood cleanup in Los Angeles follows the same and similar rules and practices as in other states. More so, Los Angeles blood cleanup requirements have more strictly written guidelines; because the California Occupational and Safety Administration (CalOSHA) zeroed in on the nature of blood cleanup hazards early on, we have stricter blood cleanup rules.

My best practices for blood cleanup require that I keep my distance from blood, human, or nonhuman. I do this by using extension pools, disposable mop heads. Of course, I wear gloves during any blood cleanup. I often wear a mask unless the blood has thoroughly dried and cannot become airborne. Just the same, I keep medical masks and respirator handy in case situations change.

California blood cleanup in the past 14 years leads my business efforts from Shasta California to San Diego, California. During the winter months, I expect to find more wet or moist blood because there is less dry air in the environment in the spring, and especially in the hot summer months, I expect to find dried blood. This situation changes because apartments, houses, mobile homes, condominiums have their own environmental controls. Environmental controls mean heating and air-conditioning systems but may include anything from an open window to indoor fans.

Blood cleanup led my business to Washington DC for a quadruple homicide. There I did blood cleanup in the spring for a homicide that occurred in November. Although all the blood had dried, body fat remains pliable. My best blood cleanup practices told me that I needed to use a flat, no shovel, not unlike a snow shovel. Of course, this sort of blood cleanup requires great quantities of bleach to ensure that proper sanitation occurs. Ventilation of the entire residents, in this case, required open windows and fans blowing because of the heavy, corrosive odors caused by bleach.

I do not use exotic chemicals for blood cleanup. I prefer that my blood cleanup clients can find the same chemicals I use on their own neighborhood supermarket, target, and hardware store shelves. I have no control over residues remaining from exotic chemicals. I clean for the toddler in this means that I believe that a toddler may enter the room soon after I complete blood cleanup. Toddlers a quick to place their hands on the floor as they set and crawl about. They frequently put these hands in their mouths. So exotic chemicals are out of the question.



Los Angeles homicides criminal law defines homicide is the taking of another one's life. Whether or not this taking of another's life is done intentionally or accidentally determines whether or not the death penalty can be sought for murder.

Primary homicides occur when the victim does not know the perpetrator; a primary homicide means that both the victim and the offender shared domiciles.

We know from statistical analysis that has reached great accuracy in the science of statistics thanks to computer science, more than half of the suspects who killed an intimate partner would later commit suicide. Ending these romantic relationships by homicide stood as the precursor of suicide among users between the ages of 18 to 24 years old. While in Miami, almost half the children killed by their fathers died during an attack on the mothers.

It seems that the children will try to intervene in defense of their mothers, which turns out not to be a good idea. We might want to read total non-taboo by Sigmund Freud for more on this idea of children desiring to kill their fathers.

The FBI tells us that many homicides belonging to the category of domestic homicide occur among members of the same ethnic groupings. Although the FBI uses the term "race," it does not have any legitimate biological basis for doing so, the on skin color. Just the same, these categories Asian works well enough for purposes of finding patterns among domestic homicides. It turns out that of the 91% of black homicide victims their perpetrators were black. It also turns out that white perpetrators murdered 84% of the white homicide victims. On the gender violence issue, males were more likely to die at the hands of Mel killers.


The majority of California homicides occur in households. Perpetrators of these homicides are usually males, and victims of these homicides are usually females. Most often, these homicides occur between husband and wife, and homicides between domestic partners also occur. The rate of these homicides accounts for approximately 53% of all California homicides. Most frequently, "heat of passion" becomes an explanation if not an alibi for the occurrence of a homicide in domiciles. The state apparatus seems to accept this explanation, given the conditions.

Today's California homicide rates are way down. The decline in homicide rates has shown such a sharp decline that it resembles the dramatic decline in homicide rates among unrelated adults in the first two centuries of US settlements. Then, during the 17th through 19th century's family and intimate homicide rates varied very little from one century to the next. The changing levels of violence between unrelated adults had some influence over relations between lovers, spouses, and other relatives. Family and intimate homicide rates followed a different pattern because they were driven by forces that have little to do with skewed research.

Overall, family and intimate homicides were extremely rare. In all of New England, only about 35 spouses and 25 adult relatives were murdered before 1800. Native Americans suffered intimate murder rates as high as 15 to 20 times the rates of African-Americans and European Americans. This rate peaked in the mid-18th century. What happened in their situation derived from intense pressures created by warfare and the loss of their land to European encroachment.

Mutual dependence on family ties for the support extended between relatives, neighbors, and others. Seldom were there relationships lethal because of this dependence. Cultural patterns and practices created differences in lethal violence, just the same. Although intimate murders were rare in England, they did occur in England three times the rate as they did in New England. It seems that the hardships of frontier life and the need for cooperation on small farms Family business is going. This encourages family members to work together. The old world rules and conditions were not as conducive to eliminating lethal violence in families.

Of course, in Chesapeake, homicide rates were higher than in England or New England. The high murder rate in Chesapeake oh some explanation to the lack of or failure of intervention by family members.


Aside from cleanup often resembles homicide cleanup and may become a matter for decomposition cleanup. Suicide is the taking of one's life, and in previous centuries it was known as "self-murder." Suicides occur most frequently among white, elderly males. White males in the United States account for roughly 73% of all suicides, while white females account for about 17% of suicides. You can find these figures in the suicidology textbook.



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