One of the more potentially dangerous aspects of our work is in the safe removal of needles and syringe clearance from areas where illegal drug use has occurred. Above all, this service must be carried out in a controlled, forensic manner. Needles and syringes are often carriers of extremely harmful and highly infectious blood diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis.
Injuries have transmitted many other diseases involving viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms to workers.
The diseases include:
- Cutaneous Gonorrhea
- Mycoplasma Caviae
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- Staphylococcus Aureus
- Streptococcus Pyogenes
- Tuberculosis (TB)
In addition, FCSI specialises in the safe removal and disposal of needles, syringe clearance and other sharp objects from sites. Sites where squatters have been living or where illegal drug users were present regularly.
Our many years of experience in working on sites like these, for instance, have led us to develop a process. This process ensures that premises get scanned comprehensively and all conceivably dangerous objects actively removed. Meanwhile, construction workers and tradespeople remain 100% safe when they arrive to begin renovations.
Attention to Detail
Analysing large areas where a full needle sweep needs conducting requires extensive experience and attention to detail. Subsequently, FCSI has successfully carried out these tasks on the most dangerous of sites. In short, we are experts in the safe removal of contaminated needles, syringes and sharp objects.
Therefore, the guaranteed safety of everyone who will visit a site in the future is always the outcome that we focused on achieving. In any case, we can ensure all of the following:
- Firstly, a safe environment for your workforce.
- Similarly, County Council properties made 100% safe for future tenants.
- Public areas checked and swept thoroughly for needles.
- Bio-hazardous objects detected and removed from properties, for example where charities are consistently working.
For more information, please contact us today or call us at 1890545352.