Guide to Dealing with Body Fluid Spillages | Bio Hazard Tips

Dealing with body fluid spillages is an unpleasant an hazardous task

Body fluids can cause a risk of infection if they make contact with hands, mouth, nose and eyes, or via broken skin.

Alongside this there is the danger linked to the cleaning products used to clean them.

The purpose of this guide is to ensure the safe and hygienic removal and disposal of body fluid and any contaminated items present.

Wray Bros supplies cleaning products and accompanying materials that will help you fully clean the affected area of body fluids, whilst keeping you safe from harm of infection.  Follow these steps methodically and the removal of body fluids will leave the area looking and feeling brand new.

Guide to Dealing with Body Fluid Spillages
Suggested Cleaning Products

Follow these steps methodically and the removal of body fluids will leave the area looking and feeling brand new!

  1. Before entering the work area, put on the disposable apron and gloves.
  2. Place warning signs at the extreme of the work area to warn people of your presence.
  3. Place all of the equipment within easy reach, taking care that none of it comes into contact with the stain to be cleaned.
  4. Standing over the stain, take the absorbent granule container and sprinkle it liberally over the stain, making sure it is completely covered.
  5. After giving the granules time to absorb the majority of the liquid, check that it has been drawn from the carpets and is beginning to take a more solid form.
  6. Once you are satisfied, take the cardboard spatula and agitate the stain.Using the cardboard spatula and working from the outside of the stain in, scrape the residue into the scoop and place it into the waste bag. Place the scoop and spatula in the bag for disposal.
  7. After taking as much of the stain up as possible, take up the rest of the powder using the dry cleaning cloth and dispose of it in the waste bag.
  8. Once the majority of the stain has been removed, spray the area liberally with the anti-septic solution and allow a couple of minutes for it to act.
  9. Taking another clean cloth dry the area and dispose of it in the waste bag.
  10. Before finishing place apron and gloves in the waste bag.
  11. Wipe your hands thoroughly with the ant-septic wipe and place it the waste bag.
  12. Seal the waste bag and place it in the designated area ready for collection.
  13. Reopen the room and return all equipment, including the warning sign to the storage area. 



Equipment Checklist

Ensure you have all the equipment you need before starting the task. Body fluid removal is not a pleasant task so you don’t want to have to return for a second go at it!

Jangro Medical Sanitiser

How to use

Spray sparingly onto surface and wipe with a clean damp cloth or disposable wipe. For small, hard to reach areas spray onto cloth and wipe as normal. 

Bio-Hazard Kit 

1 x 60ml Disinfectant Spray

1 x Disinfectant Wipe

1 x Disposable Gloves (pair) 

1 x Polythene Apron 

1 x Scoop & Scraper

1 x Sachet of Super Absorbent Powder

1 x Bio-Hazard Bag.

Wet Floor Sign

PPE Required

Ensure you are fully protected from coming into contact with potentially harmful body fluids. Make sure there are supplies of disposable aprons and gloves readily available.

Warn others of the task at hand and always take care of the safety aspects, before during and after the cleaning of body fluids. With body fluids it is not advised that you re-use any items used so always ensure you dispose of them.

Our guides are designed to help you make a sizeable cleaning task that much easier. If you’d like to see other specific Guides or need advice on any particular matter please contact us and we’ll do our best to help and make you look good.