When your health is priority!

Having the proper training and experience within the remediation field is essential for the well-being of both your staff and clients. Our certified remediation professionals understand basic microbiology, the transmission of disease, as well as understanding the causes of surface contamination, how to limit the cross-transmission and how to eradicate these organisms from your facility.

In general, BMS remediation protocol is based on current guideline as stated in IICRC S520, Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation.

The protocol includes, but is not limited to, the following major components:

1. Establishment and maintenance of engineering controls and critical barriers to isolate the remediation work area and to protect workers, as well as the public.

2.General coordination among parties, health and safety considerations, logistical considerations,and acceptable material for remediation work.

3.Delineation of damage areas scheduled for cleaning or gross removal of damaged building materials in designated areas.

4.Remove all mold via through fine cleaning: wiping, sanding, vacuuming, removal of damage material, negative pressure differential by exhausting air from the contained area and a final “air scrubbing” for a minimum of 24 hours.

5.Established a post-remediation efficacy assessment and follow up.