Health & Safety First for Front Line Workers

As front line workers, Police Officers, Fire Fighters and Paramedics are exposed to SARS-CoV-2 and other highly contagious viruses and bacteria that can cause serious illness.

 

To support the safety of all those professionals who are at risk of exposure through sharing small spaces such as cruisers, SUV's and truck cabs, CleanRide UV-C® offers the safest and most effective method for cleaning both the surface and air in minutes from SARS-CoV-2. Longer UV-C exposure times can also clean from other viruses and bacteria such as Hepatitis C and Tuberculosis. Learn More...

Studies show that a dose of UV-C for 4 minutes for a cruiser, 6 minutes for a Fire Truck or 9 minutes for an ARFF is required to kill 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2 virus

“We cannot protect the safety of our community without maintaining the health of our members. Since the onset of the pandemic, innovative partnerships through the V13 Policetech Accelerator continue to provide smart and innovative policing solutions to the current issues we face. The CleanRide UV-C® pilot by Accelerator partner, Team Eagle, has helped ensure the health and safety of our members and the public. Proven to kill viruses and bacteria, through lab tests conducted at Western University, CleanRide is a safe, quick, and consistent alternative to traditional cleaning.”

Paul VandeGraaf,

Chief of Police,

Cobourg Police Service

“Being a local company, Trent Hills Fire Department has worked with Team Eagle in the past on R&D projects so we were happy to host them again as they tested the units in our trucks. These tests determined that the CleanRide units were able to clean municipal fire trucks in less than 6 minutes. After seeing the efficiency and how safe they were in comparisons to sprays, we ordered some units on the spot and continued to work with Team Eagle on best-practices for use in a Fire Department setting”

Tim Blake,

Trent Hills Fire Chief 

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