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Responder Safety Initiative - Halosil

 With the prominence of the Coronavirus threat in the news, and the very real threat posed to healthcare and transportation sector workers, many agencies are scrambling to answer the logical question of “What are we doing to protect our people?” We are very pleased to inform you that we have an answer that will let you reassure your customers, employees, and other stakeholders.

Johnstone & Lloyd, LLC - Resilience and Continuity Consultants is pleased to announce our responder sales partnership with Halosil International. Halosil has been an industry leader in whole-room disinfectant technologies for the past decade and is currently used in hundreds of surgical and medical theaters around the world. As part of our Responder Safety Initiative (RSI), we are proud to bring their HaloFogger® Series to the world of first responders. When used in accordance with their industry-leading best practices, the HaloFogger® systems provide EPA-Registered complete surface disinfection in ambulances, classrooms, and firehalls.


Whether we call it Coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, COVID-19, or SARS-CoV-2, the threat posed by this virus is echoed by the hundreds of other pathogens that threaten our people on a daily basis. In 30 minutes or less, HaloMist essentially achieves complete surface disinfection on every exposed surface in an emergency vehicle or throughout your station, classrooms, or facility.


The Halosil system protects your people, property, and processes from many pathogens, including:

 C. difficle (99.9999% kill)

• Common Cold

• COVID-19

• E. coli

• Ebola

• HIV • Influenza

• Measles



• Norovirus

• Salmonella • SARS

• Shigella

• Staph A & B

• Strep

• Tuberculosis

• Zika


With this system, managers and supervisors finally have objective answers to the questions:

• “Is that ambulance really clean?”

• “How can we be sure your clinic or classroom wasn’t the source of the illness?”

• “How do I protect my employees and their families from work-related infections?”


While the majority of Halosil’s disinfecting history has been in surgical theaters and hospitals, the HaloFogger® system has been successfully employed in ambulances and firehalls across the country over the past several years. HaloFoggers® have also been used with great success in vulnerable population transport missions on behalf of the Department of Health & Human Services.


If you are interested in learning more about how to protect your patients, your employees, and your bottom line, please contact us for a demonstration of just how easily we can help you achieve peace of mind.

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