BiOS Consulting is the principal provider of disaster restoration, biohazard remediation, and rapid-response relief during and after traumatic events.
Before you can enter or start work on an uncontrolled hazardous operation, you need to learn how to stay safe while handling dangerous chemicals, according to OSHA standards. When biohazards, contagions, and contaminants are involved, you need a dependable expert to ensure proper disinfection and protection from the potential spread of harmful bacteria and pathogens. Particularly, training is a must if you're an emergency responder or you clean, store, dispose, or treat hazardous materials.
We survey the parameters with an Industry Specialist, Senior Leadership & Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).
A Site Workbook (SOW) is developed by our team, providing a room by room preparedness plan based upon the classification area of each area, size of the area, equipment required, materials needed, and labor hours for each area.
Classification level will determine equipment, labor, chemical requirements, PPE supplies, & certification levels necessary for each area.
We educate your in-house janitorial and sanitation staff on industry-wide practices. We help your team to adopt protocols vetted in the industry on local, state & federal levels.
Your team will receive the educators & certifications needed to fulfill the mandatory certifications to independently perform procedures. We will train your staff on properly addressing emergency & hazardous environments.
We implement cutting-edge research & practices on a per customer per building basis. When needed, we utilize leaders in the industrial hygienists community. Treatment will vary depending on the classification level of the site.
Each project will be dealt with on a case by case basis, this website was produced as a broad outline & may not include specific detail for the variances between projects.
We supply your facilities with the proper labor force, products & equipment in the time frame your facility requires mobilization, regardless of shortages.
A successful mobilization strategy requires you to consider the probability of services at your facilities. You will be prepared for PPE Equipment shortages, Certified Resource shortages, and Medical-Grade Chemical shortages by developing a solid retention plan that guarantees you have what you need, when you need it.