Biological Health Services can test for mould and bacterial contamination using the latest validated microbiology and aerobiology methods. Unlike our competitors, we own and run our own lab. We don’t send your samples to third parties. There is no middle-person. This way, we can do as many tests as your building or problem requires. We call this ‘good science’.
Biological Health Services provide solutions for bio-decontamination of home dwellings, industrial and commercial buildings, using 100% biodegradable materials wherever possible. Biological Contaminants are destroyed at the source with our fast and effective applications.
Biological Health Services provide sustainable solutions that create well being and safety for occupants, increased productivity for business and peace of mind for organizations and owners. Using scientific methods for testing for mould, bacteria, spore and virus loads in building interiors, we can then apply a pharmaceutical grade biocide with broad spectrum pathogenic and sporicidal activity. This is the leading mould remediation and mould/mildew removal solution for dealing with damp buildings and water/flood damaged interiors. Other methods include whole-of-room fogging, ultraviolet germicidal treatments and a range of nano-enhanced surface treatments.
Our comprehensive building services include: evidence collection, on-site inspection, report preparation, risk-assessment, microbiological lab-testing, disinfection & cleaning/remediation and post-cleanup assessment.
Other services include nosocomial infection control in healthcare, childcare, aged care and disability services. In Australia, approximately 200,000 healthcare-associated infections occur each year1. These healthcare-associated infections can occur in any healthcare setting, including office-based practices and pose a significant burden on life and longevity due to unexpected complications. Our methods offer a fast and reliable scientific solution to infection prevention and control.
We also offer antimicrobial paints and coatings for dealing with indoor air pollution and treating sick building syndrome. Antimicrobial paints are an excellent method to treat indoor mould contamination, and offer long-term antimicrobial performance along with stability and environmental safety.
We of course carry full Public Liability Insurance & Workers Compensation Insurance.
|Hospitals, medical clinics, day surgeries, dental surgeries, clean rooms, reception desk, waiting rooms, restrooms, offices & file rooms||Ambulance, Police, Emergency & patient transport vehicles|
|Schools, child care centres, day care & Universities affected by poor air quality from mould or bacterial contamination, lecture theatre and tutorial rooms along with halls of residence||Homes & Businesses affected by mould from flooding and unspecified water damage|
|Real estate & property asset management, minimize damage to buildings and protect against unnecessary claims from tenants||Hospitality, commercial kitchens, food manufacturing & storage facilities, protect against microbial contamination|
|Telephone call centres reduce sick days due to poor indoor air quality and disinfection of surface touch points||Hotels & convention centres, air space, surface decontamination, food handling and facility quality management|
|Council & Government offices with high client contact and exposure||Airports and aeroplane interiors, food transport and storage areas|
|Gymnasiums, saunas, sinks and showers, workout equipment, exercise rooms due to high traffic and usage||Veterinarians, reception desk and waiting room, exam room, pet grooming areas and kennels all accumulate unwanted pathogens from different animals in high traffic environments. Also suitable for treating equine and stables.|
|Swimming & general sporting change rooms, manage problems with aquired opportunistic infections such as Tinea and general hygiene||Aged care facilities, maximise comfort and wellbeing by reducing nosocomial infections|
1 Farmer, T. & Mitchell, C. (2010). Australian Infection Control Guidelines: preventing and managing infection in health care. Healthcare Infection. 15(4): 101-103.