When you work as a suicide cleaner, you might have to take on different jobs requiring biohazard remediation – not only suicide scenes. This includes Forensic Cleaning, Crime Scene Cleaning, Meth lab Remediation, Blood and Trauma Cleaning and any type of Bioremediation, sometimes involving infectious diseases and deadly contaminants. Working as a biohazard technician and crime scene cleaning is a challenging and often times difficult job. It requires a high level of fitness, a strong stomach and strong problem-solving skills.
We provide extensive training to our professional suicide cleaning team, and also offer services such as meth testing, mould detection testing, site inspections to identify the cause of a mysterious odour or leak, and much more. We provide vehicles that carry state-of-the art equipment including air scrubbers and purifiers, ozone generators, and hot water extraction units, meaning we’re prepared to meet any eventuality when we arrive on-site.
Are you interested in career in Suicide and Forensic Cleaning? To be considered for the suicide cleanup jobs, applicants must provide the following: