Why Use BioSheen of Oklahoma? Because you are the center of our service universe. Your needs are why we exist. We’re here to serve you in your greatest time of need.

Why BioSheen of Oklahoma

"Food Grade Safe" Trauma Cleaning in Oklahoma City, OK

An industry leader – BioSheen is the only Forensic Restoration®/Trauma Scene Cleaning Company in the State of Oklahoma acknowledged in both the RIA Forensic Guidelines and the ANSI/IICRC S540 Standard for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup.

All Team Members at BioSheen of Oklahoma are Professionals Certified Forensic Operators™ at a minimum – highly trained, and experienced for your piece of mind. We are also fortunate to have multiple Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialists® (the industry’s highest degree of certification) on staff. We exist solely at the highest level of professionalism to serve you in your greatest time of need. We also offer free consultations, so feel free to contact us anytime.

At BioSheen of Oklahoma, all forensic incident sites are thoroughly and completely disinfected, cleaned, and bio-tested for clearance. Utilizing our trademarked Structural Forensic Restoration™ process, we ensure that each incident site is not only visually clean, but scientifically and biologically “Food Grade Safe.”

The Only Team of Professional Certified Forensic Operators™ in Oklahoma.  

At BioSheen of Oklahoma, we always verify that all of our cleaning and disinfecting agents are within minimum shelf life standards to ensure maximum effectiveness on every Forensic Restoration® incident site.

The efficacy of cleaning and disinfecting agents are critical in ensuring maximum safety in regards to removal of biological hazards. Your safety is of our utmost concern.

BioSheen’s extensive testing and selection of only the finest cleaning and disinfecting agents in the industry helps to ensure upon bio-testing each Structural Forensic Restoration® site is made better than food-grade safe for our client’s peace of mind.


The Only Team of Professional Certified Forensic Operators™ in Oklahoma.




Lori Jones, Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialist®, is performing this week’s quality control check in our climate-controlled stock room.

 

BioSheen

 

  •  Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialists® at     your service.
  •  Certified Forensic Operators™ Team at your  service.
  •  Zero tolerance policy regarding drugs and alcohol.   Employees are subject to random drug testing.
  •  Compliant with OSHA Regulations.
  •  Employees Vaccinated for Hepatitis B.
  •  Properly Insured.
  •  Contracts with a Medical Waste Disposal Company   for legal disposal.
  •  Free Consultation

 

Other Companies

 

  •  Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialist® at your service.
  •  Certified Forensic Operator™ Team at your service.
  •  Zero tolerance policy regarding drugs and alcohol. Employees are subject to random drug testing.
  •  Compliant with OSHA Regulations.
  •  Employees Vaccinated for Hepatitis B.
  •  Properly Insured.
  •  Contracts with a Medical Waste Disposal Company for legal          disposal.
  •  Free Consultation

IS CHEAPER BETTER WHEN IT COMES TO BIOLOGICAL CLEAN UP? We don’t think so.


Some believe in cutting corners by just doing cosmetic fixes, and while perfumes always cost less than employing the right techniques, disinfectants, and regulations, you pay a big price in the long run. Is the threat of the dangerous biological colonies returning, not to mention potential lawsuits, worth the short-term savings?  

If you’re in search of a Forensic Restoration® company or a Biohazard Restoration company, or if you find yourself in the position of referring this service to people in your circles, carefully review the companies to make sure they meet OSHA minimum requirements, have the proper insurance, and have earned the reputation as a qualified industry expert.

Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employer can expose an employee to cleaning blood or bodily fluids without first providing: Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employer can expose an employee to cleaning blood or bodily fluids without first providing: 

  • Blood borne pathogen training
  • A written exposure control plan
  • Personal protective equipment
  • The opportunity to receive the Hepatitis B vaccine
  • Receive exposure evaluation and follow up
  • A method to remove, store and dispose of bio-hazardous waste

Non-compliance with 29CFR1910.1030 has resulted in OSHA fines ranging from $7,000 to $70,000, so make sure you’re covered. Hire the right company.

If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of dealing with any of the following list of substances or byproducts, you must contact a certified professional:If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of dealing with any of the following list of substances or byproducts, you must contact a certified professional:

  • Animal Feces
  • Bodily Fluids
  • Blood
  • Human Feces
  • Vomit
  • Human Remains
  • AIDS/HIV
  • Hepatitis
  • Tuberculosis

You may not realize it, but the Hepatitis B Virus is able to live and thrive in the blood for up to 7 days. It causes inflammation of the liver and can even lead to more serious health conditions like liver cancer and cirrhosis of the liver. It’s very important to recognize that there is no suitable treatment plan or cure for Hepatitis B.


We Are Fully and Properly Insured for Your Protection

Servicing All of Oklahoma and Surrounding Areas

24 HOURS A DAY—7 DAYS A WEEK Crime & Trauma Scene Restoration Call (405)608-2900 We accept Cash, Check, Money Order, and now All major credit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express

Our Location

BioSheen Services

1226 W. Britton RD,

Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Phone. 405-608-2900

Email. biosheen@gmail.com

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