Serving 28 counties in East Central, South Central, Southwest Minnesota and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis & Saint Paul
Ready to take care of everything—24/7/365.
In the aftermath of a traumatic event, two things matter most—response time and level of experience. It takes a high level of dedication and professionalism to handle the rigors of violent crime and accident scenes on a daily basis. That’s why ServiceMaster Professional Services offers specialized, trauma cleaning services—to provide a partner you can trust with restoration when it’s needed most.
Certified and trained for biohazard cleaning.
Federal laws stipulate that bio-clean technicians must be trained to remove all signs of biological contamination. Our experts are certified to control blood-borne pathogens, utilize proper protective gear, and are equipped to handle and dispose of biological materials. With ServiceMaster Clean, you get trauma cleaning service that meets all health and OSHA regulations—tempered with integrity, professionalism and respect.
Providing compassion in a time of need.
Trauma cleaning requires more than just professionalism. As such, we approach every job with respect and empathy for grieving families and loved ones. Our technicians are trained to handle sensitive questions with assurance and skill. As we also care for your whole well-being and those of your loved ones, here is a list of support organizations available to assist you:
The Compassionate Friends
A national self-help organization to assist families in resolving grief following the death of a child.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
An organization offering assistance and support to families affected by alcohol and drunk driving.
National Center for Victims of Crime
An advocacy group that provides resources and support to victims of crime.
Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
A self-help group dedicated to helping families and friends of those who have lost their lives to violence.
888-818-POMC (7662) www.pomc.com
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