Compulsive hoarding (more accurately described as "hoarding disorder") is a pattern of behavior that is characterized by the excessive acquisition of and inability or unwillingness to discard large quantities of objects that cover the living areas of the home and cause significant distress or impairment. Compulsive hoarding behavior has been associated with health risks, impaired functioning, economic burden, and adverse effects on friends and family members.
Horading Incidents
At Crime Scene Remediation, our general liability insurance will protect our clients, as well as their personal and real property, against damage or loss in the event of our negligence or irresponsibility.  Each policy is subject to subrogation as it may become appropiate.

Crime Scene Remediation, we operate under an umbrella bond which can be subrogated on each contract basis.  This typically is exercised when entering into a Federal State or local governing entity contract relationship.  Bonds may be increased or individualized as needed.
Crime Scene Remediation provides discreet and thorough incident site remediation control and environmental restoration of gunshots, electrocution, drowning, falls, auto accidents, industrial accidents, job site accidents, manufacturing accidents and institutional accidents.

Remediation control and environmental restoration also from spontaneous combustion, fires, natural death, and decomposition due to extended time of death.
General Liability Insurance/Performance Bonds
Homicides, Suicides, Accidental and Natural Deaths
Pricing/Quotes
Each "incident" is vastly different and is priced respectively.  Quotes are rendered upon completion of scene review. 
WE DO NOT GIVE TELEPHONE QUOTES. 
All quotes or estimates are in writing.  All work will be preformed with the "Plan of Remediation" and the guidelines of "The Contract".  CLICK HERE...to make an appointment for a free quote.
Crime Scene Remediation policies and procedures adhere strictly to the Texas Department of Health rules concerning the Health ans Safety Code chapter 81, subchapter H, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration section 6(b) Act of 1970-29 USC, 6SS to eliminate or minimize occupational exposure to Hepatitis B virus (HBV), human immune deficiency virus (HIV) and other blood borne pathogens, Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards part 1910, subpart 2, toxic and hazardous substances standard number 1910, 1930, bloodborne pathogens appendix A.

Standards/Guidelines
Crime Scene Remediation employees are trained to work in potentially harmful environments.  Crime Scene Remediation employees are trained to work amidst potentially harmful or infectious situations.  All PPE used or worn by Crime Scene Remediation personnel is state of the art and meets or exceeds the minimum standards set by OSHA or the EPA.

All "bio-hazards" and "hazardous waste" disposal and transportation fees are paid by CSR and are included in contract.  All "bio-hazard" and "hazardous waste" materials are tracked and documented during handling, transportation and disposal through the "Chain of Custody" procedures and documentation.
Personal Protective Equipment/Disposal Fees
Crime Scene Remediation contains, removes, transports and disposes of drug related chemical ingredients, drug making apparatus, equipment and processing facilities.

Crime Scene Remediation works closely with Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies to remediate and eliminate illegal drug and chemical manufacturing labortories and facilities.

Our personnel are trained in the removal, elimination, handling, transportation and disposal of toxins, poisonous, hazardous and deadly chemicals such as but not limited to benzene, ketone, acetone, ammonia, methanl, toulene, glycol ethers, carbon tetrachloride, permethrin, lavamisol and other known toxins, chemicals and substances.
All contaminated, infectious or hazardous materials are transported in TDH and/or EPA approved containers.  Each protective container carries the respective identification labels for "bio-hazards" or other "hazardous substances".

Each container is clearly labeled as to its contents with the respective ID number entered into a log which becomes a part of the "Chain of Custody" for documentation, transportation and disposal purposes.  All bio-hazards and materials are disposed of at approved disposal sites.

The "Chain of Custody" documentation are surrendered to the client as part of the final documentation on each "incident".  All "Chain of Custody" documents require two (2) signatures.
Clandestine Drug Manufacturing Facilities
Materials, Handling, Transportation & Disposal

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Crime Scene Remediation


516 N Polk St  P.O.Box 2813 Amarillo, Texas  79105
OFFICE: 806.374.6201 MOBILE: 806.681.0880
TOLL FREE: 800.658.2198 FAX  806.374.6819