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Our staff is trained to remove and neutralize biological hazards and to approach these situations with sensitivity so as to add as little emotional stress as possible for you.


Call our 24-hour emergency line – 812.560.1857

and we’ll be on our way fast.

Until we arrive, here are a few helpful steps you can take to minimize exposure and expedite the restoration process.

  • Isolate the area of the event and keep away of the affected area.

  • Remove and isolate any contaminated garments, including shoes, after leaving the area. Place them in a plastic bag or sealed container and leave them near the event area.

  • Do not move anything outside of the event area.

  • Avoid any contact with contaminated materials.

  • If there was a liquid spill, and you can reach it without endangering yourself, cover it with absorbent paper towels.

  • If you have come into contact with contaminated liquids, wash the affected areas immediately.


The final step in many cleanup situations is disposal, when all evidence of the event is removed and disposed of properly. You may not require any further services beyond this. However, in some instances, restoration work is needed to bring the affected area back to its pre-event condition. Restoration services following cleanup may include:

  • Repairing or replacing drywall, subfloor and other structural components

  • Repainting damaged walls

  • Replacing flooring

  • Restoring cabinets and countertops

  • Replacing windows

  • Checking plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems for full functionality

What to Do When You Need Trauma/Crime Scene Cleanup

Trauma & crime scene cleanup is not only messy and not for the faint of heart, it can also be very dangerous if not handled correctly. During cleanup of the area where the event occurred there are dozens of dangerous health hazards. Any bodily fluids or other biological waste needs to be properly cleaned  disposed

of in a waste facility specifically for hazardous material. At ARC, we have the experience and training to make sure all events are handled properly 

What is

Trauma a term applied to cleanup of blood, 

bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious

materials. Cleanup includes events such as:



Crime Scenes  

Auto Accidents

Suicide or Homicide 

Blood Spills

The crime scene cleaners' work begins when the

coroner's office or other official government

body releases the "scene" to the owner or

other responsible parties. This happens

after all investigations have been


Crime scene cleanup companies do more than just clean – they completely sanitize the affected area with special cleaning agents and are able to remediate situations that typical cleaning services cannot. There are restrictions, regulations, and guidelines that all crime scene cleanup team members must follow to ensure public health and safety. These guidelines are overseen by agencies such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT). 

How is this clean up service different than other cleaning services?

Please give us a call @ 812-560-1857! We will be happy to answer any questions you have and help you through your trauma cleanup! 

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