Aftermath Services Attending Several June Trade Shows

Aftermath Services will be expanding its public biohazard awareness program this summer in Pennsylvania, Illinois and Texas at trade shows for coroners, sheriffs and funeral directors. The trade shows offer Aftermath the opportunity to meet with first responders and inform them about the risks and responsibilities of biohazards in the workplace, and discuss the value of professional services that Aftermath provides such as crime scene cleanup, blood cleaning, homicide and suicide cleanup and unattended death.

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Aftermath will share information about the risks, rights and responsibilities of employers and employees where biohazards may occur in homes and workplaces.

Aurora, IL (PRWEB) June 02, 2014

A leader in biohazard and crime cleanup, Aftermath Services will be attending the following events: the Pennsylvania Funeral Directors Association show at the Holiday Inn in Grantsville, Pennsylvania, June 8 - 11; the Texas Funeral Directors Association show at the Moody Gardens in Galveston, Texas, June 8 – 13; the David Avolt Memorial Training at the Indiana Coroner Conference at the Sheraton Hotel & Suites in Indianapolis, Indiana, June 19 – 22; the National Sheriff’s Association show at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas, June 20 – 25; and the Illinois Funeral Directors Association at the Tinley Park Convention Center in Tinley Park, Illinois, June 23 – 25.

At these events, Aftermath will share information about the risks, rights and responsibilities of employers and employees where biohazards may occur in homes and workplaces. It will also share general information about the unique nature of biohazard remediation and the work it has performed around the country, handling thousands of cleanup jobs after tragic events, and providing a sense of comfort to the families and customers connected to such events. The company understands how important it is to make sure these types of situations are properly sanitized and will share with first responders how it has developed procedures for the following services: communicable disease disinfection, vehicle/car blood cleanup, hoarder cleanup, industrial accidents, unattended dead body removal, blood cleanup, suicide cleanup, tear gas removal and homicide cleanup. These processes, created from industry practices and Aftermath’s own research and study, have established a gold standard used throughout the nation and strictly follow federal and state regulations and best practices.

Aftermath not only focuses its efforts on the proper cleanup of a tragic scene but also on helping families and others deal emotionally with the event and empowering them with the strength to return to the location, whether it be a school, a residence or a workplace. As communities and businesses face a growing threat of biohazards and violence, the need for continued advancement in the biohazard remediation field is necessary, both in terms of physical safety and emotional support. Through community and industry outreach to public safety organizations, Aftermath plays a role in evolving consumer safety.

About Aftermath Services LLC:
Aftermath Services LLC specializes in the removal of biohazards and trauma cleaning, providing services including homicide and suicide cleanup, crime scene cleanup, unattended death cleanup, tear gas removal, industrial accidents and hoarder cleaning. The company was created after its founders assisted a family with the cleanup of a suicide and realized the importance of providing such service. While its corporate office is in Aurora, Illinois, the company has 32 mobilized units stationed throughout the U.S. and employs over 175 people with the ability to send out crews to 48 states. For more information about the services Aftermath provides, please visit http://www.aftermath.com.


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