Bio Hazards and Property Management Liability
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Nobody likes to talk about biohazards but the reality is that improperly remediated hazards can endanger lives and pose potential liability for property managers and landlords. In order to discuss proper remediation we must first define and understand biohazards. Biohazards consist of bacteria, viruses and other infections substances that can cause mild to fatal disease in humans and other living organisms. A common form of transmittal for these bacteria, viruses and other infections substances is through bodily fluids of both humans and animals, as well as insects and bugs. For this reason, blood and other bodily fluids, and insect/bug infestations are commonly referred to as biohazards. Examples of potential biohazards that property managers/landlords may confront include:

  • Human blood from accidents, suicides or crime scenes
  • Bodily fluids/bodies from deceased tenants
  • Animal remains from deceased animals of tenants or strays
  • Insect/bug infestations
  • Potential bodily fluids left behind from hoarders
  • Potential bodily fluids left behind where drugs have been manufactured (may also contain other hazardous substances that require proper handling)
  • Unknown substances that may be left behind from gross filth
In any of these situations property managers/landlord must be very careful to ensure that proper steps are taken to fully remediate the situation and eliminate any hazards/health risks to current and future tenants, visitors, pets, etc. Some common mistakes include:

  • Failure to Clean under carpet
  • Failure to check for “hidden” areas with contamination
  • Failure to remove wall board when saturated
  • Failure to clean attics and ceilings from fumes
  • Failure to account for splatter
  • Failure to clean plumbing and other piping
  • Failure to eliminate the original cause of contamination
It order to provide your tenants and their pets with a healthy and safe environment it is critical that proper steps are taken when biohazards are discovered. For assistance contact GSGES at 310-371-5300.

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