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faqs: infectious disease control, Unattended Death cleanup, Suicide Cleanup, Homicide cleanup, Blood cleanup

Why Choose BioSheen?

  • BioSheen is credited with helping author the guidelines and standards for the entire industry - we are the only Forensic Restoration®/Death Cleanup Company acknowledged in both the RIA Guidelines for Professional Forensic Restoration and the ANSI/IICRC S540 Standard for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup. BioSheen will begin to work alongside the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) to assist in developing international standards.

  • BioSheen is the only Forensic Restoration® Company in the Texas recognized and certified by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council, (GBAC) - an experienced network of international experts and certified partners who are prepared to respond at all levels to events involving pathogenic and microbial threats. 

  • BioSheen is heavily experienced. We have been engaged in field operations for more than 46 years. Not classroom theory or laboratory study, but on-site field experience. Not a 46 combined years - we have individuals that have engaged in Forensic Restoration® for almost half a century.

  • BioSheen is highly trained. We carry the industry's highest degrees of certification. All team members are either Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialists® or are Certified Forensic Operators®. These degrees require years of field experience, classroom and hands-on training, and approval from industry certified instructors. BioSheen's commitment to the finest training in the industry helps assure that you will receive the highest degree of professional Forensic Restoration® regardless of incident type...Trauma/Death scene, Infection Control, Biohazard, Decomposition, Crime Scene Cleanup or BioRisk Management. 


What is GBAC?

The Global BioRisk Advisory Council, (GBAC) is an experienced network of international experts and certified partners who are prepared to respond at all levels to events involving pathogenic and microbial threats. GBAC leaders led the response to the 2014 Ebola outbreak in assessment, containment, monitoring and eradication. Throughout the timeline of the event, GBAC members protected patients, medical providers, communities and provided stability in a time of crisis. For more information, please visit

BioSheen is the only Forensic Restoration® Company in the Texas recognized and certified by the Global BioRisk Advisory Council.

Does BioSheen offer a Guarantee?

Absolutely. We are serious about our services.  We guarantee that you will be 100% satisfied with our services and in cases which require a 6-log (99.9999%) efficacy/kill rate we can utilize testing equipment that will show the cleanliness prior to state-of-the art professional disinfection


Does BioSheen offer FREE consultations?

Yes. We have multiple Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialists® (the industry’s highest degree of certification) on staff available for consultations. You are guaranteed to receive expert advice.

What should I look for when hiring a Forensic Restoration® Company?

Unfortunately there are many unscrupulous companies in our industry that have absolutely no business offering their services on an incident site.  Please perform your due diligence, avoid becoming liable, and ask the following questions:

  • What are their certifications.  Please note: Many companies will say they are OSHA Certified.  Please be aware there is no such thing.  OSHA does not offer certification.  This is unethical and highly misleading - although it will identify a company you should not hire.

  • What standards or guidelines do they adhere to?  Industry Standards, Guidelines, and Government Regulations listed below:

    • RIA Guidelines for Professional Forensic Restoration*

    • ANSI/IICRC S540 Standard for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup*

    • OSHA 29 CFR 1910

      * Note: BioSheen contributed heavily to current industry standards.

  • Are they bonded and insured?

  • Are their employees held to a Zero tolerance policy regarding drugs and alcohol?  Are they subjected to random drug testing?

  • Are their employees screened with Criminal Background Checks?


Why is BioSheen the best choice?

  • The highest industry certifications are held:  GBAC Certified Firm, Certified Forensic Operators®, Certified Bio-Forensic Restoration Specialists®

  • 6-log (99.9999%) efficacy/kill rate guaranteed through multiple systems

  • EPA-certified and hospital-grade disinfectants utilized

  • Zero tolerance policy regarding drugs and alcohol. Employees are subject to random drug testing.

  • Compliant with OSHA Regulations.

  • Employees Vaccinated for Hepatitis B.

  • Properly Insured.

  • Contracts with a Medical Waste Disposal Company for legal disposal.

  • Free Consultations


Will the incident site be restored to a pre-loss condition?

Absolutely. In fact, BioSheen prides itself on restoring the environment to “better-than” pre-incident conditions. At BioSheen, all forensic incident sites are thoroughly and completely cleaned, disinfected, and bio-tested for clearance. Utilizing our trademarked Structural Forensic Restoration™ process, we ensure that each suicide, homicide, infection control, blood cleanup, and crime scene site is not only visually clean, but scientifically and biologically better than “Food Grade Safe.”


Who runs the BioSheen team?

Please visit our Team Page for more information regarding our management's background and certifications.

What is Forensic Restoration®?

Say the words Forensic Restoration® and immediately someone will say, “Oh, like crime scene cleaning?” While crime and trauma scene cleaning and restoration are important parts of forensic restoration, as my grandmother used to say, “It takes a lot more than apples to make a good apple pie.”

Hoarding/unsanitary dwelling cleanup, drug lab, animal fecal matter, acts of terrorism, bio-terrorism, and yes, infectious disease control and management, are all part of the forensic restoration pie. 


More and more, Forensic Restoration® is known as the comprehensive response and remediation to situations and structures that are contaminated or suspected to be contaminated with bio-hazardous materials.  The objective of Forensic Restoration® is to return situations and structures to pre-event conditions.  Forensic Restoration® includes but is not limited to the remediation of situations involving:

  • Known and unknown infectious diseases/biohazardous materials

  • Crime and trauma scenes

  • Unattended deaths

  • Unsanitary dwellings and conditions

  • Hoarding

  • Bio-terrorism

  • Human and animal biological materials

  • Mass Casualty Incidents

The Global BioRisk Advisory Council’s (GBAC) vision of Forensic Restoration recognizes the need to bringing together the scientific, decontamination and restoration communities, to prepare from, respond to and recover from biological threats and dangers in an increasingly integrated world.

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