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How to Find a Blood Spill Cleanup Company in Savannah, GA

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A blood spill in a crime scene can pose a health hazard to anyone who encounters it. Even carrying traces of it in your shoe or a vehicle’s tires can spread disease wherever you go. Blood-borne pathogens and viruses like HIV, hepatitis, and many others could infect unsuspecting victims from exposure to the blood spill. A biohazard such as this should be contained and decontaminated quickly and safely.

Any biohazard should be addressed by certified technicians that follow federal and state regulations to the letter.

Choosing the Right Blood Spill Cleanup Company in Savannah, GA

Choosing a crime scene service is not a decision that should be made lightly. Unfortunately, there have been several instances where unethical cleaning companies have taken advantage of their clients in the past. The news has covered this on several occasions and because of these cases, the government has brought up the issue of whether crime scene cleanup companies should be heavily regulated. 

Anyone can pay a company to make a website and call themselves a crime scene cleanup company to then proceed to take advantage of victims. To make matters worse, these victims are likely dealing with the death of a loved one or from a violent crime that left blood and other biomatter in their place of work or home. 

So how can you find a blood spill cleanup company in Savannah, GA that will do an amazing job? Moreover, how do you find one that has a team of compassionate and friendly technicians who are certified and trained appropriately?

Research the Company

The only thing that will give you certainty that your chosen company is the right one is doing the research. 

Look at their reviews, see what their reputation is like, see how long they have been in business and whether there has ever been a complaint against them. 

Some good questions to ask when researching a company include:

  • Have they won any awards in the industry? 
  • Are they certified and licensed and are properly trained? 
  • Do they take insurance? 

These are just some of the questions you should ask before committing to hiring the company. Try to find a company whose staff is friendly and compassionate but also professional. If you need a headstart, look into Bio-One of Savannah.

Contact Bio-One, The Premier Blood Spill Cleanup Company in Savannah, GA

Bio-One of Savannah houses a team of experts that are available 24/7, everyday of the year. We boast client approval and years of experience providing excellent and fast blood spill cleanup services in Georgia. We can restore the scene to how it was before the incident took place. 

For blood spill cleanup in Savannah, Georgia, call: (912)755.1211 or visit us at

If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (en español: 1-888-628-9454; deaf and hard of hearing: dial 711, then 1-800-273-8255) or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.

Girl Upset - Suicide Prevention Resources

According to the American Psychiatric Association, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States and the second leading cause of death (after accidents) for people aged 10 to 34. And according the CDC, published reports from 2020 suggest that the pandemic has had a negative effect on children’s mental health. 

“Beginning in April 2020, the proportion of children’s mental health–related ED visits among all pediatric ED visits increased and remained elevated through October. Compared with 2019, the proportion of mental health–related visits for children aged 5–11 and 12–17 years increased approximately 24%. and 31%, respectively.”

Researchers have yet to link recent suicides to the pandemic since 2020 suicide data is not yet available. But on the ground, there's growing concern.

The February 2021 NPR article “Child Psychiatrists Warn That The Pandemic May Be Driving Up Kids' Suicide Risk” explores possible correlation. Takeaways include:

  • NPR spoke with providers at hospitals in seven states across the country, and all of them reported a similar trend: More suicidal children are coming to their hospitals — in worse mental states.
  • The number of kids with suicide attempts coming to the emergency room at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, in California, in the fall of 2020 was double the number in the fall of 2019.
  • At Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, the number of children and teens hospitalized after suicide attempts went up from 67 in 2019 to 108 in 2020. And October 2020 saw a 250% increase in these numbers over the previous October.

For ways to help kids at risk, NPR encourages readers to read Part 2 of their story, “Make Space, Listen, Offer Hope: How To Help A Child At Risk Of Suicide”.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Survivors of Suicide – What to Do Next

The loss of a loved one by suicide can be a deeply painful and traumatizing experience; however, it’s important to know that everyone experiences suicide loss in their own way. As you begin the process of healing, consider reading the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s guide for to talk to others about what happened and identify ways to take care of yourself

Additionally, if you have lost someone to suicide, there may be a cleanup required. There is no need for family or friends of the loved one to be further traumatized or overwhelmed with trying to figure out how to clean the impacted area. Bio-One is here for you. Learn more about Bio-One’s suicide remediation services. 

If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (en español: 1-888-628-9454; deaf and hard of hearing: dial 711, then 1-800-273-8255) or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.