A) No. The reason is that the cleanup of human blood must be performed according to the standards of the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act, Section 25 (H), Section 26 (K), (L), as well as Regulation 833 Section 3 (1). Only trained technicians should clean up blood and body fluids. Without knowledge, training and proper experience, the first responders and the individuals of businesses contracted to decontaminate the site will be exposed to bloodborne pathogens and chemical hazards. These chemical and biological hazards consist of Hepatitis, HIV, TB, Norovirus, Staph, airborne Hantavirus, various bacteria, and various chemical pollutants.