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    Veteran Member Rara Avis's Avatar
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    Default Proper Preparation Prevent P... Poor Performance

    Site preparation is everything...
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    Default Re: Proper Preparation Prevent P... Poor Performance

    While I enjoy the pictures PaulC posts, this exemplifies why myself and my fellow EMT / Firefighters will never lack funny stories to tell at bars and functions.

    On the other hand, this also means that somewhere today some poor EMT will have to had delt with the aftermath. I say poor in that paid or volunteer, after a while this tends to grate on ones nerves.

    Of course I occasionally want to say " we saved your life, but I need you to leave a few selected body parts here". Sometimes I think we are not doing the gene pool any favors by pulling someone out of sticky situations they should have been able to see.

    Sorry, the last couple of weeks have been rough.
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    Default Re: Proper Preparation Prevent P... Poor Performance

    Yep.. defeating darwinism does seem counterproductive at times!

    I have a friend that is an x-ray tech.. you would be surprised at the types of 'foriegn objects' he's had to take pictures of so that they can be safely removed from certain bodilly orifices... I mean really.. sky's the limit here...

    soundguy

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    Default Re: Proper Preparation Prevent P... Poor Performance

    At least he was putting safety first,no wheels on the chairs !
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    Default Re: Proper Preparation Prevent P... Poor Performance

    the front wheel closest to us needs to be centered on the tiles, it doesnt look very safe with the wheel that close to the edge

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    Default Re: Proper Preparation Prevent P... Poor Performance

    Hey, at least the work platform is level....

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