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Blood Clean Up
Junk Removal



It’s impossible to sanitize an area that is visibly contaminated with biohazards, dirt, or other debris. Platinum technicians start by removing all traces of these elements from the area of concern, also known as the control zone. Furniture, electronics, and personal property that cannot be decontaminated must be disposed of as medical waste. Some items require disassembling before they can be properly thrown away. In some cases, technicians set up a HEPA air scrubber to isolate and contain airborne particles within the control zone.

Sanitization Process:

After cleaning, technicians treat the control zone with disinfectants in order to bring the affected area to the highest level of sanitization. Proper disinfection requires surfaces to be sprayed at precise intervals in accordance with manufacturer instructions. Following treatment, the crew wipes all surfaces manually a second time before testing for sanitation. The sanitation process is repeated until all biohazards are successfully and satisfactorily removed.

In the final step, Platinum uses a deodorizer to eliminate the possibility of lingering odors.

COVID Disinfecting:

During this process, technicians use an electrostatic sprayer to administer EPA-approved chemicals to disinfect surfaces within your home or business to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection. Technicians then disinfect all high traffic areas within your home or business. All chemicals are proven safe to use around adults, children, animals & vegetation.

Junk removal

During the fast and convenient junk removal process, technicians pick up and remove all unwanted items. Technicians will get rid of your bulky bags of clothes, unwanted appliances, trash and other debris. When they’re finished picking up your unwanted items, they load it onto the truck and into the dumpster, they will drive it away and dispose of it for you. 

*All Platinum technicians have received full COVID vaccination.



Backed by over 50 combined years of experience and training, Platinum technicians employ a systematic approach to cleaning that ensures each and every trauma scene meets or exceeds hospital-grade sanitation standards. Platinum’s service technicians are skilled in the removal of harmful biological contaminants as well as any lingering odors. As remediation specialists, Platinum’s primary goal is to preserve the customer’s property and return the home or workplace to a safe, livable condition.

Our certified technicians are typically called in for major blood spills and trauma situations such as unattended deaths, homicides, suicides, baby deaths, minor industrial accidents, active shooter (mass trauma), medical situations such as gastrointestinal bleeding, and transportation accidents. Platinum Family Cleaners LLC specializes in blood and biohazard, but we also remove fingerprint powder left behind by investigators, provide junk removal services, and we assist with cleaning hoarding incidents. Unlike a typical general-purpose cleaning company or carpet cleaning company, we approach biohazard remediation with a full scientific process to contain, decontaminate and remediate fully all potential blood-borne pathogens and visible blood stains from homes and property. It’s the first step in helping to restore a home to normalcy, removing traumatic evidence, and eradicating future damage from untreated biohazards.


Crime & Trauma Scene Decontamination Training (29CFR 1910.1030)

Bloodborne Pathogen Training (29CFR 1910.1030) Familiarization course of pathogens that are commonly encountered during trauma scene contamination services (hepatitis B & C, HIV).

Respiratory Protection Training (29CFR 1910.134) Technicians learn to properly utilize respiratory protection (masks, face shields) while working under conditions with insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dust, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors, and sprays. These hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, diseases, or death.


Hazard Communication Training (29CFR 1910.1200) Technicians learn information concerning the OSHA and Navy HAZCOM program and basic information about hazardous chemicals. 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training (29CFR 1910.132) PPE is equipment worn to minimize exposure to a variety of hazards. Examples of PPE include such items as gloves, foot, and eye protection, protective hearing devices (earplugs, muffs) hard hats, respirators, and full bodysuits.


Awareness-Level Fall Protection Training (29CFR 1910.66 Appendix C) generally consists of brief, on-site sessions that provide an overview of fall hazards, fall protection equipment, and how it should be used. 


Awareness-Level Permit-Required Confined Spaces Training (29CFR 1910.146)


Awareness-Level Lock-Out/Tag Out Training (29CFR 1910.147) The OSHA standard for The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) (29 CFR 1910.147) for general industry outlines measures for controlling different types of hazardous energy.


Standard Precautions Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection


Standard Precautions Waste Management


Management and Facilitation of a Country COVID-19 Intra-Action Review (IAR)




Have you worked with Platinum Family Cleaneres LLC? Please let us know how we did!

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