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One of the biggest risks teams face at crime scene cleanup jobs is an infectious waste. Cleaning crews must follow very strict biohazard waste guidelines to protect themselves and the community from infectious materials at the scene. During a crime scene cleanup in Orlando, crews have to be alert to this kind of waste danger.

Several materials fall into the category of infectious waste. Blood and blood by-products, human waste, and all materials and equipment that came into contact with these substances are infectious waste. Medical waste, such as diagnostic samples containing blood or body fluids and cultures, is also considered to be an infectious waste. Biohazard removal experts, such as crime scene cleaning crews, have specialized training in handling infectious waste and disposing of it according to state guidelines. That is why it is essential to allow professionals to clean a crime or trauma scene to avoid exposing yourself to potentially dangerous materials.

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