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The dirtiest of dirty jobs: crime scene cleaner

It's one of the worst kinds of dirty jobs: cleaning up a death scene. From accidents to acts of extreme violence, many times families are left to pick up the pieces. But there are companies that speci... read more

This is what it’s like to be a forensic cleaner: Ann Wason Moore

The 34-year-old mother of two from Burleigh Heads is a trauma cleaner. From murders to suicides to meth labs to fires and floods, she’s seen — and cleaned — it all. And now she wants to show me a pict... read more

Crime-scene cleanup: Police, firefighters do dirty job in off-duty hours

It lingers long after crime scene-cleanup technicians peel off their biohazard suits. Police officers and firefighters have experienced it all, leading many into the potentially lucrative business of ... read more

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There are actually some individuals out there who are brave enough to take up jobs that most others wouldn't be able to handle for a single day. But if you dread your desk-bound job and don't mind get... read more

The worst thing about being a crime scene cleaner isn’t the dead bodies

But before the $55,000 clean up, it was much worse. “It smelt like really, really bad mould and mildew and feces from rats. A dirty, dirty smell,” Jerry Cook, director at National Trauma and Crime Sce... read more

Don’t ask them how their day at work was

People who do the dirtiest ... there's the crime scene cleaning crew. These are the people who show up to clean the scenes of murders, suicides or other situations where which human matter needs to be ... read more

The extreme cleaners who deal with murders, hoarders and noro outbreaks

But we rarely stop to think about the unpleasant work that comes after the crime scene has been analysed, DNA swabs taken and forensics finished. That’s where extreme cleaners come in: people who scru... read more

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A list of “actual” dirty jobs to avoid included slaughterhouse worker, hazardous material removal worker and crime scene clean-up. I can see why. But as Mike Rowe notes in his latest TV series on the ... read more

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Based on BPA (bloodstain pattern analysis) tactics used to analyze the shape and flow of bloodstains on objects, clothing or bodies involved in a crime scene ... and clean, he said, noting that blood ... read more

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These spacious and clean compartments appear amenable enough, until you’ve finished the job and stand up and the toilet turns ... not somewhere you witness a bloody crime scene smeared all over the st... read more

When death comes unexpectedly, who do you call in the aftermath?

It wasn't until a job posting advertising "crime scene ... a biowash. Dirty air is pumped out with air scrubbers. The technicians are required to wear full hazmat suits, multiple pairs of gloves and p... read more

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