How SERVPRO Mitigates Commercial Water Damage Restoration in Miami
Commercial Water Removal Tallahassee – Keeping You and Your Clients Healthy
When there is a water leak, most consumers and business persons focus on the leak. In particular, business people want to limit the amount of damage and return to normal operations as fast as possible. We understand this requirement; however, SERVPRO also focuses on avoiding safety issues that could cause a variety of accidents and health issues.
SERVPRO provides 24 / 7 response to commercial water damage removal emergencies in the Tallahassee area. Our teams are trained to assess the situation for a variety of safety-related issues, the type of water damage, and the most appropriate means of removing the water. We aim to remove all of the moisture while maintaining a safe environment for your employees and your clients.
Potential Hazards to Keep in Mind
Our SERVPRO crew chief is usually the first team member to respond to an emergency. The crew chief assesses the situation, the damage, the amount of water, potential hazards along with staff and equipment needed. He or she checks for many different hazards:
- Ceilings filled with water that could collapse
- Electrical hazards in water situations that may be contaminated
- Poor lighting situations
- Crowd control during work activities
- Vulnerable individuals such as young children and adults with health issues
Managing the Situation
Every water damage event and the building offers a variety of risks and potential hazards. SERVPRO's crew chiefs may implement control measures to protect both clients, customers, and our team from identified hazards. He or she works closely with your onsite representative to manage expectations and make sure everyone is safe. These could include:
- How can the hazard be eliminated?
- Can tasks be completed safely by using an alternative?
- Can the hazard be eliminated or reduced?Can scheduling of the cleanup reduce the risk?
- Should personal protective gear be used to reduce potential exposure to hazards?
Our SERVPRO team is trained to deal with all types of water damage events and assure that your staff and clientele are protected from potential hazards, while cleanup and drying operations are underway.
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