“We have been in the valley for 27 years to provide services to the medical facilities, and when it broke out we had the equipment and the staff and when we contacted we needed it,” said Zundel. “We contacted the UFC when we got the locations and the UFC provided this location which was perfect for the Las Vegas County light and the Las Vegas PD subway, so it worked very well to provide this service.”
Zundel and his team disinfect the interior of vehicles using some of the machines found in the operating rooms of medical facilities.
Maintaining safe and clean equipment is essential to peace of mind and to the functioning of emergency responders such as Jonathan Wiercinski, Deputy Fire Chief of the Clark County Fire Department.
“What it does is it gives us a much-needed opportunity to let crews know that their devices are decontaminated so they can focus on the job and the job at hand,” said Wiercinski. “Every day, our teams, by teams, I mean the police, firefighters, health workers, they are asked to do hard work and this gives them the confidence to move forward and use the tools we provide them. “
The UFC thanks all health care workers and first responders for the service during this time.