First Responders Do Not Handle the Cleanup – Leave it to ABT
Many people believe that police officers, firefighters or EMS technicians actually handle trauma scene cleanup following a murder, suicide or accidental death. While they do not conduct the cleanup themselves, they do have the difficult task of informing homeowners, landlords, business owners or grieving family members that it is their individual responsibility to arrange for cleanup of the scene on their own. In these instances trust is crucial, and through our Referral Program, responders can be sure they are recommending the most reputable crime scene cleanup company in the nation.
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We Work Closely with First Responders
Advanced Bio Treatment is extremely grateful for our close working relationships with first responders across the United States, and by building and growing those partnerships we have created a referral program that is tops in the industry. Join our first responders referral program and you will not only become a vital source of information about cleanup opportunities, but also about community needs, local heroes, and other opportunities for ABT to recognize your important work.
Because of Advanced Bio Treatment’s unwavering respect for our first responder partners, we not only offer a generous referral incentive, but also enjoy arranging sponsored, catered meals or special events for our busy first responder agencies and their families. It is Advanced Bio Treatment’s way of saying ‘Thank you’ for not only your referrals, but also for your heroic service to your communities.
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After a tragedy has occurred, sometimes one of the most difficult aspects to deal with is the cleanup. Unfortunately, even in the aftermath of violent crime or suicide, it is the responsibility of the property owner to have the scene cleaned and decontaminated.
First Responders are the heroic individuals who are called to the scene of an accident or emergency to provide help and relief.