“The ideal fit would be a business partner who can bring compassion and integrity to families in times of tragedy,” says BioTech owner and president, Audrey Trinidad. “We’re looking for entrepreneurs who can offer a non-judgmental, discreet help in tough times.”
BioTechs services include crime and trauma scene decontamination with bio-remediation. It offers post-incident cleanup services from homicides, suicides, accidents or unattended deaths. Biohazard removal services can range from drug paraphernalia disposal to industrial accidents that need chemical removal and OSHA-compliant waste procedures. BioTechs also helps private homes and businesses with animal and human waste removal services that may result from hoarding, infestations or vandalism.
Founded in 2001, BioTechs has worked its magical formula of networking with first responders and the community to win its referrals and trusted reputation. Trinidad says the operations can be summed up by The Golden Rule: Do unto others, as you’d have them do unto you.
“You have to have a helper’s spirit; be decent and caring,” she says. “You really need to treat these families how you’d want someone to treat your family.” With that in mind, BioTechs corporate office will help its own franchisees as family.
BioTechs will assure the entrepreneur be OSHA-certified, learn compliant methods of various disposals and go through extensive training to be on-scene immediately after an incident.
BioTechs trains with mock scenes, mock phone calls, practice dealing with the deceased’s next of kin, and practice with insurance company adjusters and the intricacies of billing those entities.
But BioTechs will also send the would-be franchisee and their team through a first responder’s mentality course to teach them how to protect their own mental health and ensure that all are prepared to go on-scene.
Franchise territories are divided based on population areas. BioTechs corporate will support in scouting low-overhead locations that saves on the purchase cost. Corporate will also support in building essential community relationships with first responders, local media and local businesses. The estimated cost of a franchise is approximately $50,000 that includes disposal equipment, biohazard suits, vehicles, insurance and basic supply of necessary chemicals. Compassionate first responders can receive a 10% discount.
Visit http://www.biotechsonline.com/ for more information.
Name: Audrey Trinidad
Address: 1117 W Hildebrand Ave, San Antonio, TX 78201