And the ambulances that there are are really stretched, which is why we're always encouraging people to really think before calling 999. Could you just go to your GP or call NHS 111 for advice?
If you have a life-threatening problem we'll bring you in on a stand-by call, so everyone will be ready and waiting in the resuscitation area when you arrive, but as you can guess that's not somewhere you really want to be.
You can make slightly inappropriate jokes about how hot he/she is. With a days-on, days-off shift schedule, there will be sleep-in days at home.
Firefighters are trained to both remain calm and to help others calm down in times of crisis.
This is often because they've been let down by other social services, and although it's frustrating we don't mind that.
But some people call us because they can't be bothered to make a GP appointment, because they're bored, or because they like going to hospital.
I feel like those nurses may be taking advantage of that situation.
Related to #2, firefighters are pros at mouth-to-mouth. Firefighters are trained to quickly and efficiently solve problems. Firefighters don’t run away from difficult situations. Firefighters can literally sweep you off your feet.
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Davies admitted he used inappropriate sexual language and behaviour towards colleagues and patients.
He also admitted touching a nurse's breast while showing her where her liver was, but denied touching her breast again when getting a pen out of her lanyard.
You don’t see many calendars of topless accountants or game developers.
You can lean on them for support, physically and emotionally. Firefighters have good reputations, seen as dependable and worthy of respect.