LAW ENFORCEMENT

DECONTAMINATION KITS

Our mission at First Responder Decon is to create and offer products, services, and processes that lead the industry in mitigating the toxic exposures that cause cancer and work-related illnesses facing our first responders. The exposure that police, detention, and correctional officers encounter in the field and facilities is continuous and not limited to carcinogens but also drugs such as fentanyl and virus’ and bacteria like MRSA and influenza. Safety of the first responders is the top priority of First Responder Decon.

We offer a unique system of products and services that can meet the individual needs of you, your department, and/or facilities. This begins with decon kits for individual officers and extends on to vehicles and facilities. Anywhere you have potential exposures, we have a tool to mitigate.

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Aside from the common carcinogens and poisons found on fire scenes, some of the common LE concerns that we help mitigate are as follows:
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Fentanyl

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Coronavirus

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MRSA

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C-DIF

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Influenza (inmate population)

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Hepatitis A, B, C

DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES

When it comes to a true Decontamination, there are three main components:
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Encapsulating of contaminates (Neutralization)

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Extraction and Removal of Contaminates (Cleaning)

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Detoxifying of Contaminates (Render Inert)

Cleaning by most common products reduces the number of toxins but does not neutralize them. If a department is using this method for toxin mitigation, they then become responsible for the run off of “toxic soup” created and have to incur the responsibility and expense of proper disposal or face liabilities fiscally and environmentally. With the patented technology behind the creation of the TruDecon compound the process begins immediately on application as the solution begins binding to the carcinogens and toxins that it comes into contact with. With the cationic state of the solution, toxins are pulled from the gear, bound to, and then are neutralized.

LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPOSURE RISK

Common areas of exposures:
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Vehicle decontamination- Patrol, Vans, Buses, Boats, K9

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Personal- Uniform exposure, possible OD CPR

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Facilities- Holding cells, Booking Areas, Safe Cells, Blood and Biologic exposure

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Laundry- adding the product into the laundry will detoxify and decontaminate the clothing, underwear, towels and linen. Reducing the potential for the spread of viruses and bacteria. (Influenza, Chicken pox, Hep, HIV, MRSA etc) while not harming the clothing’s color or fabric.