UCLA Emergency PPE Supply Store

Welcome to the UCLA Emergency PPE Supply Store

The UCLA Emergency PPE Supply Store is currently being established in collaboration with the Campus Procurement Office, Facilities Management (FM), and Mail, Document & Distribution Services. Due to COVID-19-related supply shortages being experienced throughout the world, EH&S and FM are working to ensure that both the PPE and disinfectant supply chains are sufficient for the ramp up of campus operations. Store staff will be procuring personal protective equipment in bulk from suppliers as it is made available to the Campus Procurement Office, managing inventory, and making items available for purchase by all departments on campus.

What we provide:

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)- (e.g. ​​​​​gloves, masks, gowns, facesheilds, Tyvek)
  • Send us your questions or comments to [email protected]. Please include "PPE" in the subject line.

    CATALOG - This catalog gets updated frequently as we acquire new items

    Didn't see what you need?  Let us know your product information and we will work on sourcing it.

    N95 masks are primarily allocated for use by healthcare personnel and first responders who need protection from both airborne and fluid hazards (e.g., splashes, sprays).
    Please follow LA County and CDC guidance for face covering and social distancing. Wearing an N95 still does not full protect the person wearing  and may very well put strain in the users breathing if they have underlying conditions. 
    If you have difficulty or questions please email [email protected] 

    Have your (Fund Manages) submiting your order through the online ROR (Recharge Order Request) 

    • Your department fund manager should be familiar with this process. Access to the ROR system is granted by your departments Departmental Security Administrator (DSA).

    Recharge Request- https://fsw.ais.ucla.edu/recharge

    • Select University of California, Los Angeles.
    • Log in using your UCLA Logon ID
    • Under the header "Order" select “Create Order” 
    • Enter your Deliver To information [Please include building, room# (e.g. CHS A6-060H), and time that location is accessible or indicate pick-up]
    • Enter out Service Unit Information:
      • Department: Environment, Health and Safety
      • Service Unit: 0001- EH&S Service Rates
      • Unit Fund: 61119
      • Object Code: 3900

    We are able to deliver to the following buildings:

    • CHS COMPLEX and connected builidings (e.g. Reed, Factor, JSEI)
    • Young Hall
    • Boyer
    • MSB

    For all other locations please stop by to pick up your orders:

    Location: CHS, A6-060H
    Times: M, T, Th 10am-2pm
    You can enter through the 650 Charles E. Young Dr, South loading dock.
    Loading dock is closed during lunch 12-1pm
    Go to the receiving area and ask the loading dock personnel for Alyssa and they will direct you.

    Cylinder Management

    • Provides medical, specialty, industrial compressed gasses and research alcohol to all campus.


    Facilities Management

    Check to see if you already are using disinfectants for use against COVID at EPA’s List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)


    • Provides disinfectants, hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies (e.g. empty spray bottles)
    • To order disinfecting supplies for departments, please order via FSR and make sure to include “COVID” in the FAU project description for campus tracking. 
    • For disinfectants not listed in the COVID 19 Kit, submit your FSR inluding disinfectant name and EPA #  select "Request a Written Estimate".
      • COVID-19 Pricing- (Please note that pricing is subject to change based upon market availability of item and cost of items procured. These are estimated costs and actual costs will be charged when kit is packaged.)
      • COVID-19 Kits Flyer


    Caution with Mixing Disinfectants

    The CDC reports that 1/3 of households have used cleaning products unsafely while trying to protect against COVID-19
    LAboratory Disinfectants
    Standard disinfectants found in our labs are effective against coronavirus. Additional disinfectants do not need to be changed or added, frequency of cleaning and wiping things should be increased. 
    Disinfectants are chemicals and should not be mixed.  If they you are using a disinfectant at this time an additional disnfectant may no need to be added. 
    Need to check if you disinfectant COVID effective email our biosafety team [email protected]
    • GS Spartan disinfectant in the FM COVID-19 kits is an ammonia based product and should not be used in combination with bleach or other products.
    • Residues- Labs should be aware of any residual powders/liquid residues on surfaces and clean those with soap and water before applying disinfectants.  
    • Acid or Base Baths- A lot of chemicals don’t allow for coronavirus survival, e.g. you don’t have to sanitize the outside of your acid or base bath with disinfectant.  Formaldehyde, acids/bases, organic solvents, (acetone) etc. don’t allow for coronavirus survival.  
    • Food Prep and Utensils- Lab disinfectants should not be used in food prep areas and on utensils.  Most disinfectants are not food safe. 
    • Soap and Hot Water are also effective against coronavirus.  Laundry and dishes don’t need extra disinfection for your typical risk of exposure a non-health care work has. 
    For Question or Concerns email [email protected]


    If you need assistance identifying the correct PPE to use for your workplace hazards, please contact: [email protected]

    Cloth Face Covering Recommendations

    Specialized Masks

    N95 allocations is currently being prioritized to healthcare employees and first responders. If you have a research or work justification for use of N95 masks please provide the manufacture and model# you have been fitted to use. 

    N95 Considerations:
    • Users must be fit tested for each models, type, and size
      • If you wear prescription glasses or personal protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles or earmuffs) while performing your job you must wear these items during the fit test.
    • Retesting required for:
      • large weight gain or loss;
      • major dental work (such as new dentures);
      • facial surgery that may have changed the shape of your face; or
      • significant scarring in the area of the seal.
    • Facial hair, like a beard or mustache, can affect your respirator's ability to protect you

    For information on fit testing please contact our Industrial Hygiene Team



    FDA recalls hand sanitizer due to potential presence of methanol.

    To check manufactures and products visit https://www.fda.gov/drugs/drug-safety-and-availability/fda-updates-hand-sanitizers-methanol