First responders don’t get to employ social distancing, so we're helping equip them with SkinShield2 to keep them safe on the job.
When many businesses considered nonessential would close down, there was no question that police, fire and ambulance services would keep working. Unlike other essential workers, though, first responders have to dive into emergency situations. Local agencies have trained to use personal protective equipment as they gear up to work through the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, but the fact is: More protection is better.
Even the best sanitizer or anti-microbial isn’t as good as washing your hands with soap and water, but it’s a good stand-in when stopping at a sink isn’t an option.
You can carry it with you — you can’t carry a sink around, though.