We supply ready-made and custom designed Spill Kits, specialized hazardous materials response equipment, training props, Lid Tight® Dome Clamps, Stinger Assemblies, The Whack A Rod Driver®, our specially designed Tank Truck Rollover Simulator and more…
We provide Sensitive Scene clean-up, with prompt response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Professional clean-up is especially important for areas presenting possible biohazards. Scenarios include:
Trauma and Accident Scenes
Suicides and Undiscovered Deaths
Gross Debris and “Pack-Rat” trash clean-out
Other distressed properties
We also respond to releases of sewage, animal droppings, gross vandalism, fingerprint residue and tear gas and odor removal.
Our personnel are trained in dealing with the sensitive nature of these sites and situations, and will assist our customer in restoring the property as quickly as possible. Every technician has been trained to accomplish their tasks in a safe and professional manner.
Family members or friends should consider the use of our Sensitive Scene clean-up service for several reasons.
› The traumatic experience of a sudden death › The physiological effects of this type of clean up
› Current Vaccinations HBV › Lack of experience using protective clothing
NorthWest HazMat understands the needs of the family. Because of this we promise to provide fast, courteous, professional services to you. At all times your privacy is of utmost importance.
Founded in 2000, NorthWest HazMat, Inc. is an established full service spill and environmental response, training, supply and management company. We respond to Emergency and Non-Emergency spills and incidents both large and small. We pride ourselves on being fast, fair and professional. We want our customers to be 100% satisfied with our service.
Our response training services have been designed and developed to fulfill the training requirements of personnel working within the different areas of hazardous materials handling. All courses are OSHA Compliant (or exceed the recommendations) OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120. In addition both NFPA 471 and 472 standards are made part of the courses when applicable.