WHEN: 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. on Thursday, November 12th, 2020
Please Join Us As We Take on the Morbid Topic of Death, Hoarding, COVID-19 and Other Biohazard Clean-ups in or at YOUR Property! Learn about YOUR responsibilities and available options for YOU to deal with a traumatic or catastrophic event that occurs at your home or rental property.
After a traumatic or catastrophic event, the cleanup of biohazards is very difficult and should be done by a licensed and fully trained biohazard professional. Bio SoCal helps you clean-up safely and restore your home or rental property business to where it was prior to the unplanned event so you can focus on what is important. Bio SoCal specializes exclusively in Biohazard clean-up and understands the importance of providing discrete, confidential, and professional service based on your schedule. Bio SoCal specializes in all types on Biohazard clean-up including the effects of blood, suicide, death, decomposition, crime scenes, trauma, murder, feces, and hoarding cleanup.
Not sure if you need a biohazard clean-up professional? Blood can contain pathogens that carry incurable diseases, viruses and bacteria and that can make you sick and even cause death. Since biohazards and blood cleanup is most likely covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy typically there is either no out of pocket costs or a very small deductible.
Discussion Topics Include:
- How to safely address COVID-19 at YOUR property?
- What Is the process for cleaning-up a suicide or homicide?
- How to clean-p a blood spill? Is it really possible to fully clean blood spills out of carpet or other furnishings at my property?
- What do crime scene cleaners do? What licenses are required for crime scene clean-up?
- How YOU can safely clean-up rodent droppings, animal urine or feces?
- What is the best way to remove cigarette smoke from your house or apartment?
- Ways to completely remove dead animal smell.
- Handling death inside of YOUR rental property – learn why a dead body smells and the 5 stages of human decomposition.
- Is the odor from a dead Body a biohazard?
WARNING…DURING THIS WEBINAR, YOU WILL SEE PHOTOGRAPHS OF CRIME SCENES, BLOOD AND HOARDING. IT IS NOT SUGGESTED THIS WEBINAR BE VIEWED BY OR WITH YOUNG CHILDREN. IF YOU ARE IN ANY WAY SQUEMISH, YOU MAY NOT WANT TO WATCH THIS WEBINAR.
GUEST SPEAKER: Alan Cohen
Chief Executive Officer, Bio SoCal
Alan Cohen is the Chief Executive Officer of Bio SoCal. He has successfully transitioned from a Fortune 100 corporate executive in large public and private technology and retail companies to leverage his experience and background to help people during their greatest time of despair. Prior to joining Bio SoCal, among other positions, Alan was the Vice President of Global Marketing at Xperi Corporation in Calabasas, a global audio technology licensing company, and prior to that he was the Vice President of Corporate Business Development for the Guitar Center, the largest musical instrument retailer in the world. After having held senior corporate roles, he became a small business owner and has the privilege to work closely with families, first responders, and human services personnel, and businesses to clean up and recover after a traumatic event such as a crime, suicide, undiscovered death, homeless encampment, accidents, infectious disease disinfection, tear gas and extreme hoarding situations. According to Alan, doing the work at Bio SoCal “…is truly rewarding work.”
Locally owned and operated, Bio SoCal is your biohazard clean-up, recovery and hoarding remediation company dedicated to assisting families, law enforcement, public service agencies and property owners and managers in restoring property that has been contaminated by biohazards as a result of crime, disaster, death or misuse. To put it simply… Bio SoCal discreetly cleans what most companies won’t or just can’t!