SOURCE: US Federal Contractor Registration

US FEDERAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION

June 16, 2016 10:30 ET

USFCR Client Global Mortuary Affairs Debuts CDC-Approval Containment and Removal Kits

Kits Meet OSHA, WHO, and CDC Infectious Diseases Removal Requirements

MESQUITE, TX--(Marketwired - June 16, 2016) - High Consequence Infectious Diseases (HCID) Kits (Bag) are available for purchase, thanks to government contractor David Patterson of Global Mortuary Affairs.

Patterson, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), was instrumental in the removal of the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in Texas in 2014.

Designed for the Allied Science Industries, the HCID Kit (Bag) meets and/or exceeds Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA), World Health Organization (WHO), and CDC requirements for BioSafety Level 4 containment. These Kits are also CDC-compliant for use with patients with Ebola and other HCID patients.

The HCID Kit (Bag), says Patterson, can be deployed during hazardous situations involving infectious diseases and catastrophic disaster emergency case scenarios.

Each HCID Kit (Bag) includes:

  • Internal Bag - Non-chlorinated, 7MIL body bag that cremates "clean," measures 92" x 36," and is sealed with a reinforced, envelope zipper.
  • Hermetically Sealed Bag - 8 ft. flexible All-Pro Seal Containment bag, measuring 96" x 40," that meets standards for BioSafety Level 4, and exceeds OSHA, WHO, and CDC containment guidelines.
  • Outer Handling Bag - Double-lined 92" x 37" 20MIL black bag with 10 handles for safe movement, carrying, and transporting.
  • NeutrOlene Spray Bottles - 2, 16 oz. spray bottles for use during and after the containment process. NeutrOlene eliminates all odors.

Consumers also can customize their HCID Kit with

  • Electric Thermosealer - 110-volt hand sealer.
  • 25' Power Cable
  • Plastic Retaining Clips - Aids while applying heat to hermetically sealed containment bag.

Training is also available for customers and their personnel. Training lasts two hours, and those who complete training will receive an All-Pro Seal certificate and badge.

Global Mortuary Affairs is currently courting contracts with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers; local, state, and federal Emergency Management (EM) teams; state and federal Disaster Mortuary Teams (DMORTs); first responders (fire and police); funeral homes; and medical examiners and coroners.

Peter Lanore at US Federal Contractor Registration, the world's largest third-party government registration firm, helped Global Mortuary Affairs complete its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration. US Federal Contractor Registration helps clients complete the System for Award Management (SAM) Registration, develop winning bid strategies, and succeed as government contractors. In 2015, USFCR clients earned nearly $2 billion in government contracts.

Global Mortuary Affairs has releases a two-minute video showcasing the kit, which you can view here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt_sDYdByMI.

For more information about Global Mortuary Affairs, or about the HCID Kit, visit www.cdthcid.com or email info@cdthcid.com.

Contact Information

  • Contact Information:
    US Federal Contractor Registration
    877-252-2700, ext. 1