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Monthly Archives: May 2011
It is nearly two weeks now since the death of Osama Bin Laden. This is the point at which the news media start to exhaust all of their various angles on the event itself and move onto trying to obtain … Continue reading
Following the recent dry, hot weather, Dorset Fire and Rescue Service attend a heath fire on Canford Heath, Dorset. Courtesy of Dorset Fire and Rescue Service
We’re going to switch gears here for this week’s blog and commentary. The full moon is an interesting creature in itself, but there are other areas that appear to be more important in the US that have been emerging. I … Continue reading
As well as training their firefighters, Dorset Fire and Rescue Service deliver over a dozen types of courses to about 600 Military personnel every year at their training centre in Westmoors, Dorset. Courtesy of Dorset Fire and Rescue Service
On many occasions during my lectures at the Police CBRN Centre and to the National Health Service Hazardous Area Response Teams (HART) and to other emergency services fora, I have been asked the question ‘is Bin Laden still alive’? Consistently … Continue reading
You ever have the feeling that your shift is going to be out of balance? Appear to be strange events occurring around you with your apparatus or the patients you are encountering? Is your significant other a nurse or medical … Continue reading