The Crime Scene Cleaning industry is an industry that oftens draws much attention, mostly with its unique nature of “What’s it really like?” So we ask, what compels people to want to dive deeper into the world of crime scene cleaning?
The Crime Scene Cleaning industry is one of many facets. Firstly, there is the cause and “How it happened?” Then there is the biggest draw; the voyeurism. The difference is that as TraumOne, we manage crime scene cleaning and we are all about helping our clients transition from the tragedy of the event to the healing of the survivors, no matter if death is involved or not. Let’s break down these few topics and briefly discuss.
The cause of “how did it happen?” often a Crime Scene Cleaning is just a term which captures an entire industry. The term implies a “crime scene” but that is a term which only scratches the surface. The truth is that this term is more about bio-hazard clean up when someone bleeds, passes any bio hazards to an area via accident, tragic event or death.
The compelling reality of “how to properly clean a scene” A typical Crime Scene Cleaning is more than just a cleaning and implies a topical cleaning when first discovered. What is more important to learn is that a Crime Scene Cleaning is about restoring a scene and often requires demo of building materials, flooring and sub surfaces. The process of cleaning is to remove all contaminated building materials and therefore restore the damaged materials with new ones.
The pure science A Crime Scene Cleaning involves many aspects beyond the tragic event and the people involved. In terms of the science of the scene, there is the “matter” of a body as it relates to the scene and how this affects the minds of the crew working on it. There’s also the scene itself and how “matter” decomposes and therefore reacts with the building materials which causes a need for deeper cleaning of contaminated areas. When “matter” or fluids are not properly cleaned, or removed from a scene, biohazard material creates a lingering odors which can also lure pests and vermin, This can also extend the psychological and emotional damage. Essentially if proper science is not employed to a scene, it can effect and create additional emotional damage.
The voyeurism Voyeurism is the draw which creates the biggest interest since it involves the aftermath of what occurred. The residue at a scene is only a part of this interest. As a company policy, we have built a brand of care and compassion in the truest sense of the word COMPASSION. In our company, we interview many potential franchisees, employees’ managers and key people who want to join our organization. By watching for voyeurism, and not promoting it, we essentially protect our clients and our brand from reaching an audience who seeks a voyeuristic interest. In conclusion, it's our way of being a Crime Scene Cleaning industry of compassion