Right now there is an incredible opportunity for manufacturers to provide critical medical supplies for local and national healthcare workers.
The list of all critical supplies needed can be found below. If you are an Oregon manufacturer who currently produces one or more of these products or are interested in producing products, parts or components, please send your company contact information and relevant details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pass this on to the appropriate contacts.
CURRENT STATE PROCESS
The Governor’s Office is currently prioritizing surgical masks and N95 masks. Once those items have been sourced the focus will be on finding suppliers that can manufacture gloves, gowns, and face shields. Other items on the critical supplies list will be prioritized at a later time. When you email us we will provide your contact information to the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM ) for priority items (currently sugrical masks).
In the meantime, please register on the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) This will allow you be found by DAS and allow you to be considered by other State agencies as well.
CURRRENT FEDERAL PROCESS
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) MEP National Network will provide Opportunity Synopses that will contain specific product specifications for critically needed parts. Once the Opportunity Specifications have been provided we will reach out to you to see if there is a match.
Thank you for willingness to help. We will continue to provide updates and information as we know more.
Critical Supply List
- Gowns, Disposable, All Sizes -ISO rated, surgical gowns, impermeable, polypropylene, 3-layer, looking for at least 500,000 of each size or 2,000,000 of one size fits all
- N95 Masks (current Oregon priority)
- Surgical Procedure Masks (current Oregon priority)
- Surgical Procedure Masks w/Shield Attached
- Face shields – with band, disposable
- Goggles -antifog, splash/impact-resistant, Condor, similar to Grainger #1VT70
- Gloves, Exam, All Sizes – long cuff 11-12″, nitrile
- Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR) – MaxAir CAPR Systems
- PAPR Hoods, All Sizes – 3M or alternative brands
- PAPR Filters
- Comfort Strips (Max Ari 2000-201)
- Li-Ion Batteries, Small (Max Ari 200-36T)
- Impermeable Barriers
- Sanitizing/Disinfectant Wipes
- Hand Sanitizer Bottles – 4, 8, 12, 24 oz. bottles
- Hand Sanitizer Refills – 1200 ml or 2000 ml
- Hand Soap – any sizing, foaming or not, sanitizing, Go Joe, looking for about 500 individual 20 oz packages
- Cleaning Solution Spray – Vionex, Cavicide or similar
- Biohazard Waste Bags – red, 10 gal, 24″ or similar in size
- Digital thermometers (forehead)
- Disposable Thermometers
- Disposable stethoscopes
All products on the critical medical supplies list fall under class I or II per the U.S Food & Drug Administration (FDA). All manufactures must comply with all CFR Title 21.
Here is the guidance from FDA as of today:
- Surgical masks and respirators: https://www.fda.gov/media/136449/download
- Surgical apparel for health care professionals, including gowns (togas), hoods, and surgeon’s and patient examination gloves: https://www.fda.gov/media/136540/download
Due to the influx of requests, we may not be able to reply personally to every message, but we will get your information to the appropriate contacts for further coordination. If you have already reached out to us, we have your information and will call on you when we have more specific details to share.
At the state level, we will share data here and here to avoid you having to enter duplicate information. At the federal level, we will coordinate with NIST National Network and the Foundation for Manufacturing Excellence.
Thank you for your support!