COVID-19 Turbo UV Sanitizer Request
NCTTRAC has purchased more Turbo-UV™ room sanitizing devices funded by Senate Bill (SB) 500 for TSA-E. The limited number of units available will be distributed on a first come, first served basis to DSHS-licensed EMS agencies and Hospital facilities.
NOTE: Dentists, Primary Care clinics, etc. are not eligible for this program.
NCTTRAC DISTRIBUTION & IMPLEMENTATION Guidelines – SENATE BILL (SB) 500
- Provide Turbo-UV™ Room Sanitizers to pre-hospital and hospital medical providers in TSA-E
- Support EMS and hospital efforts to maintain a healthy, safe, and sanitized environment mitigating transmission of communicable diseases to patients and personnel
- Establish procedures for the asset distribution, management, and disposition of regionally purchased Turbo-UV™ Room Sanitizer
II. Description / Distribution of Assets
- Turbo-UV™ Room Sanitizers are capable of safely sanitizing small room environments using Ultraviolet c (UVC) energy in as little as 10 minutes. UVC has been long proven in independent laboratory testing to successfully sanitize small spaces and environs – For more information on Turbo-UV™ Room Sanitizers go to: https://www.mrsa-uv.com/products-prices.html
- Each receiving agency/facility will be required to complete/sign a NCTTRAC Property Transfer form
- NCTTRAC Logistics Staff will contact the receiving agency/facility to schedule a pick-up time
- Surplus sanitizers shall be distributed as needed to qualified recipients in accordance with SB 500 Workgroup guidance and/or NCTTRAC Board of Directors approval
- Receiving agencies shall work directly with the manufacturer for the replacement and/or repair of damaged or malfunctioning equipment:
Mobile Room Sanitizing Apparatus
III. Asset Disposition
If the Turbo-UV™ Room Sanitizer is no longer needed or becomes inoperable, the receiving agency shall request asset disposition approval and instructions in writing from NCTTRAC