Fire and Police

Protecting the public: 7 steps for disinfecting police stations and more

Any operation that has remained open has had little time to even take a breath in the past 12 months. Police stations are a prime example. Keeping people safe while getting everything else done has left staff perpetually pulling double duty. Changes are made on the fly as decision-makers chase ever-evolving guidelines. If you’re still …

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Emergency vehicles put crews at risk: How disinfection can help

Confined spaces, high-touch surfaces, and folks working in close quarters. That’s a trifecta of risky conditions during a global pandemic. Frankly, even during normal times, it can put emergency vehicle crews at risk. Unfortunately, these conditions are the status quo in most fire department and emergency vehicles. Two to four people in a cramped space, …

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Jail sanitization struggles (and how to make things better)

The problem of maintaining sanitary conditions in jails is centuries old. Jail populations present profound challenges to preventing disease spread. Perhaps most significant is the constant churn of people in and out. These challenges put lives at risk, particularly during serious medical events such as COVID-19. Proactive jail sanitization measures are needed to prevent illness …

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