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DBC Ambulance Releases Decontamination Whitepaper

PRESS RELEASE

VAN WERT, OHIO—Demers-Braun-Crestline (DBC) released Oct. 21, 2020, a 16-page whitepaper titled Ambulance Decontamination: Information, Resources, & Considerations for High-Risk Infection Control in an Ambulance.

Fire/EMS professionals have the opportunity to download the free white paper to learn more about best practices and recommended solutions to integrate into their own strategic plans as they continue to combat infectious diseases.

DBC evaluated a wide range of products, design options and protocols to help protect patients and EMS personnel from infectious diseases in an ambulance setting. The resulting whitepaper contains information, resources and recommendations on ambulance infectious disease control measures.

Each section educates readers on ambulance options and features that assist in limiting the spread of viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi. From plexiglass dividers to HEPA filters, chemical fogging systems and self-disinfecting surfaces, the whitepaper outlines a variety of solutions that every emergency response organization should consider for enhancing safety inside their ambulances.

The whitepaper is available in several versions including a U.S. and Canadian foreword and a French translation.

Demers Ambulances, Braun Ambulances, and Crestline Coach are three distinct brands owned by Demers-Braun. The second-largest ambulance manufacturing organization in North America, Demers-Braun has over 140 years of combined history meeting the needs of customers in over 42 countries. Demers Ambulances, Braun Ambulances, and Crestline Coach offer a wide range of ambulances, specialty vehicles, and small- to mid-sized buses. Visit Demers-Ambulances.com, BraunAmbulances.com, CrestlineCoach.com, or CCL150.com.

Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the press release above belong solely to the company/vendor/author and do not necessarily reflect those of EMS World or HMP.

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