Frequently, KES decontaminates biological infectious materials including bodily fluids that could contain viral pathogens such as MRSA, HIV, Hepatitis B, and bacterial pathogens.
Human or chemical releases may be concerns for public health and the environment, we’ve been providing hazardous, non-hazardous and biological decontamination services for incidents like those listed above for over thirty years.
Our decontamination services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. KES will provide a quick, efficient and safe response to ensure all work is done with minimal cost and impact to the surrounding environments, such as tenants, businesses and family. We provide all labor, materials, equipment, transportation, technical expertise and record keeping required to decontaminate, remove and dispose of hazardous, non-hazardous and bio-hazardous contaminated materials.
KARY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC., IS A LICENSED AND PERMITTED SERVICE COMPANY
As a licensed contractor in the State of Arizona for all services to be performed for both commercial and residential.
Kary Environmental Services, Inc. has been providing hazardous, non-hazardous and biological decontamination services for incidents like those listed above for over twenty years. These decontamination services, both routine and emergency responses for have been performed for all levels of clients from Federal, State, County, City, Public and Private sectors.
Perform initial inspections
Communication with health officials, homeowners, insurance companies, and or law enforcement
Develop a site specific health and safety plan
Decontamination conducted to ensure a safe environment upon completion
A third party consultant is brought in if required to conduct clearance sampling if required
Upon completion of project, we will then generate a report
Employee and Public Safety
Our personnel are made from a highly skilled team of managers, supervisors, and technicians. All of KES employees are properly and thoroughly trained. Copies of current certifications will be provided upon request.
When dealing with a decontamination project, our team always complies with all applicable OSHA regulations, in particular, those set forth in Title 29 of the Federal Code of Regulations, Section 1910.1200 “Hazard Communication”, Section 1910.1030 “Blood Borne Pathogens”, and the Personal Protective Equipment, 29 CFR, subpart 1.
Our expertise, equipment and supplies are provided to complete the cleanup requirements in an effective and safe manner to include protection from communicable diseases.