BJR’s Biohazard Just Resolved Specialist Hygiene and Disinfection division is a unique and reliable cleaning service designed with safety and discretion in mind. This service provides solutions to those difficult and/or hazardous hygiene problems with a sensitive and understanding approach.

This service situates or clients at the forefront of health and safety protocols as well as being an integral part of any waste management system be that for governmental departments, commercial organisations or individuals.

About BJR's Biohazard Services

Biohazard Services

  • Accidental death, suicide and mortality clean up
  • House and squat clean up
  • Decontamination of blood/bodily fluid resulting from accidents
  • Syringe removal
  • Blood and vomit spill kits, inc. service and collection


  • 24-hour service
  • Fast response times
  • Quality standards of service in the most extreme conditions
  • Total discretion
  • Sensitive approach
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Fundamentals of our Specialist Hygiene Services

24-hour service

24/7, 365 days of the year our staff are on call to respond to any of your inquiries. Our aim is to provide you with the solution to your hygiene problems as efficiently and professionally as possible.

Rapid response

We at BJR understand that having hazardous cleaning problems resolved quickly is paramount to minimising the risks involved and returning your property/business to operations as normal. For this very reason we at BJR dispatch trained technicians as quickly as possible.


From start to finish our trained staff handle the situation in a professional and sensitive manner, our technicians arrive onsite fully equipped with the cleaning materials required for even the most extreme conditions, every aspect of the situation is evaluated, controlled and resolved while adhering to the highest standards of health and safety legislation.

Upon completion hazardous waste is handled by leading providers of biological waste management ensuring full compliance with waste disposal legislation. A full and comprehensive risk assessment and method statement is issued to every customer upon completion of work.

BJR Biohazard Kits

BJR provide Biohazard Kits, Collection and Services for all business models regardless of size. This product and service aims to protect staff, customers and visitors to your business by providing you with the means and the knowledge to handle accidental blood and or vomit spillage at your business premise or recreation centre.

These kits are a key aspect of your health and safety management as well as an integral part of good waste management systems.

Biohazard kits have now become as important as first aid kits. Minimizing exposure to hazardous biological agents has now become a responsibility of every  business or facility manager, biohazard kits are now an integral part of your safety protocols and the misappropriation of the associated biological  waste is prosecutable under the law.

  • Mr. James Carroll, B.Sc Toxicology
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  • All Required Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
  • Specialist disinfection chemicals
  • HSE Standard protocols for cleaning and decontamination
  • Clinical waste bags & corresponding waste bin
  • Blood borne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan & Risk Assessment
  • Training
  • A waste tracking, collection, disposal of resulting hazardous waste and C1 hazardous waste form submission to your local council

CD-ROM containing:

Copy of Protocols

Material Safety Data

Contact information

Exposure Control Plan

Exposure incident form

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the employer have to carry out a Risk Assessment?

Yes. It is the duty of every employer, under Section 19 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 to carry out a risk assessment. In addition to this requirement under the 2005 Act, the Biological Agents regulations require that the employer:

  • Assesses any risk to the safety and health of employees resulting from any activity at that employer’s place of work likely to involve a risk of exposure of any employee to a biological agent. It is the employer’s duty to determine the nature, degree and duration of any employee’s exposure to a biological agent and to lay down the measures to be taken to ensure the safety and health of such employees.
  • Keeps the risk assessment in written form
  • Assesses the risk, in the case of activities involving exposure to several groups of a biological agent, on the basis of the danger presented by all hazardous biological agents present.
  • Renews the risk assessment regularly and, in any event, whenever there is a change in conditions at the place of work which may affect any employee’s exposure to a biological agent.

What hygiene and individual protection measures should be taken when working with biological agents?

In the case of any activity in relation to which there is a risk to the safety or health of employees caused by working with a biological agent, the employer must take appropriate measures to ensure that:

  • Employees are provided with suitable personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Any necessary PPE is:
    • Properly stored in a designated place
    • Checked and cleaned if possible, before, and in any case after each use
    • Repaired, where defective, or replaced, before further use
  • The working clothes and PPE are decontaminated and cleaned or, destroyed in the correct manor under the waste management act 1996 and amended 2001.

Should employees receive any specific training or information regarding working with biological agents?

Yes. Where there may be a risk to the safety or health of employees due to work with a biological agent, the employer must ensure that employees or their safety representative, or both, receive sufficient and appropriate training and information concerning:

  1. Potential risks to health
  1. Precautions to be taken to prevent exposure
  1. Hygiene requirements
  1. The wearing and use of personal protective equipment
  1. The steps to be taken by employees in the case of incidents and to prevent incidents