SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory CouncilBleeding Control Kits & Related Hemorrhage Control Products & Services

The SouthEast Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) has been a leader in Texas for providing quality General Access and School-Based Hemorrhage Control kits, along with free training, to over 29 of the 38 Independent School Districts in and around the Greater Houston area. We’ve held over 400 classes for airports and general businesses which totals over 18,500 people trained in bleeding control. Our classes are approved by the Texas Education Administration. SETRAC is home to the National Stop the Bleed State Coordinator for Texas.

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Our custom-made Hemorrhage Control kits all contain the required elements outlined in Texas HB-496 and come in a resealable pouch. Each kit has the option of including QuickClot® for an additional price. The resealable pouch allows for ease of access and resupply of items utilized or expired without having to discard the entire kit. 

SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council Contract Documentation

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Bleeding Control Kits and Related Hemorrhage Control Products and Services

Region 4 ESC - TX

Contract Number: R200204

Initial award from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2022 with the option to renew for two (2) additional one (1) year periods through December 31, 2024.
First renewal option exercised and expiration date is December 31, 2023.

Executive Summary

Master Agreement Documents

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Solicitation Process