Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system responders deliver medical care in many unique and often dangerous environments. They render care to increasingly mobile populations who potentially have a higher likelihood of having an infectious or emerging disease. In addition to treating accident victims of every nature (vehicular, falls, cuts, burns, and more), they treat the homeless, nursing home patients, trauma victims, and the critically ill with multiple diseases and infections. They have unique concerns such as suspect searches, communal living arrangements, and the need to clean and disinfect their work equipment. Like many other healthcare professionals, they face ever-increasing exposures to infectious diseases. EMS system responders are exposed to all manners of infectious diseases and must be trained to recognize them and prevent their spread. This group encompasses all paid and volunteer paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) on ambulances, first responders, fire paramedics and firefighter EMTs, police, prison service, and public safety officers.
Crebisol is particularly suited to combat infection threats faced on a daily basis by emergency and prison services. Given the nature of the clients dealt with by these professions a combined cleaner/disinfectant/sanitizer is ideal for the working conditions experienced in these employment areas. The active biofilm left after Crebisol is applied continues to tackle live infections for up to 72 Hours when dry. However for optimal protection and bioactivity we recommend a 12 hour cleaning interval.
Crebisol is suitable for cleaning/disinfecting /sanitizing bodily fluid and blood spills. It has the capacity to address and kill H.I.V., Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, Herpes, MRSA, C-Diff, Norovirus and a host of other infections of particular concern to emergency services.
As a combined cleaner disinfectant it is particularly suitable for application in emergency vehicles, holding cells, detention centres and any facility where sick or infected persons are treated or transported.
The deployment of Crebisol in ambulances and other vehicles used to transport infected persons is a cost efficient method of ensuring those vehicles are disinfected to a very high standard on a regular basis.
- Suitable for Emergency Vehicles – Combined Cleaner/Disinfectant/Sanitizer, non-bleach – Non hydrogen peroxide based, Non-Corrosive Non–Caustic
- Safe to use in confined spaces – no respiratory/fume factor.
- Reduces the necessity of deep cleaning of emergency vehicles - keeping them on the road longer
- Independently certified by internationally recognised Laboratories to surpass EN Tests to kill MRSA, Norovirus & C-Diff