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Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms found in the human body and are known to cause deadly diseases. Some examples of bloodborne pathogens are hepatitis C (HCV), human immunodeficiency (HIV) and hepatitis B (HBV). Learn More.
Death can be messy. Not just figuratively, but literally in many shocking ways, eg., blood on the walls of a living room. Luckily, for many people, they have only seen this from watching TV shows like “Law & order” and “CSI.” These shows show you what happens after the death of an individual. Crime-scene investigators, police officers, coroners, paramedics show up collect evidence, check on the victim, ask questions, record the crime scene and remove the body. But what happens after that is rarely shown. Learn More.
In this day and age, more and more Americans are relying on professional services when they need to deal with hazardous tasks. Some of these tasks may contain environmentally hazardous aspects while others can be harmful for the mental and physical health of the people. More than everything, the emotional trauma caused for the family members of the victim can be exceptionally high upon a crime scene such as an assault, suicide or homicide. Learn More.
Serious car accidents happen all too frequently in New York. Unfortunately, all too often, individuals inside the vehicles are hurt, and at times pedestrians, bikers, and other onlookers are injured as well on the street. Whose responsibility is it to clean the streets when this happens and make sure that the biohazard risk has been eliminated? Learn More.