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Why Choose Us?

About the CITY First Aid Division

CITY made the decision to offer first aid products because we are in the people business. We understand how important relationships are between vendors and customers but we also realize how important relationships are between coworkers.

A first aid program with CITY shows your colleagues, coworkers, and visitors to your facility, that you care about the well being of the people inside your building.

“We will now have the ability to support more of our customers’ needs and to strengthen those relationships,” President of CITY Colin Wetlaufer said.

The service offers wall-mounted first aid cabinets with regularly scheduled deliveries of first aid products such as safety goggles, over-the-counter medicines, and gloves. It will also include an inventory management service for these products.

Alongside first aid supplies, CITY also offers clients Zoll AED (automatic external defibrillator) PLUS devices. CITY also provides clients with regularly scheduled inspection of these devices.

“We are committed to being a total solutions provider for our customers,” Wetlaufer said. “The CITY advantage is our unique ability to simplify our clients’ workday. Our fully managed service will help customers meet OSHA and ANSI requirements.”  

Des Moines Regional Manager Mark Ballo has been with CITY for 38 years and is the individual overseeing the division. Al Voigt, CITY’s first aid and facility services representative, is the individual who helped grow the division from one person to a fully staffed team. To get a glimpse at how Al grew the first aid division, check out his blog article. The rest of the CITY first aid team can be found at CITY’s employee directory page.

If you are interested in a well-managed CITY first aid service or have any questions about our products, please fill out the contact us form or contact Al directly through email avoigt@citylaundering.com or on his cell phone 563-920-3913.


Des Moines Regional Manager

Business Owners

Developing a safety culture in your business is important. In order to keep people safe, it is crucial to make sure your business is compliant with OSHA standards and has the proper supplies to treat employees when they need first aid.

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Al Voigt

Purchasing

A quality safety and health management program can significantly reduce workplace injuries and illness and the costs associated with dealing with workers’ compensation benefits, medical expenses, and lost productivity.

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Scott Coe

MANAGERS

One of the simplest ways to convey the importance of health and safety is to provide employees with the appropriate equipment, first aid supplies, and proper training.

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