It is now a K-4 printout. And goes back 7 years or something. Maybe the other way around.
But nonetheless, that company must've not got the memo. Go to the DMV and say you want a driver history printout. Do not get the one online(Unless that company is okay with that one) because that is not...
Oh, thats great. I just started at my division, but I don't think I can get it since I haven't been there for a year. If EDD can pay me for at least 30 days, then I'm fine with that. I guess I should just take a Personal leave of absence if AMR won't give me the FMLA.
That's understandable. Never heard of AMR SAR, I guess our division doesn't do it. I know that some subdivisions near us can't cut into our shifts because we're union and they aren't. Or something like that.
I'm still new so I'm sure there's better educated folks out there. But everything @DesertMedic66 said. Also, there's a TEMS team for medics, Honor Guard, and my division specifically just won a huge contract for our union. Pretty cool.
All in all, AMR seems to run a pretty tight ship, but it's...
In general, I can understand that. But in the case of an overdose, from whatever narcotic, I would have thought it would be SOP on either PD's part or EMS to pat the patient down for needles or additional narcotics.
And if not, doesn't that exacerbate the problem? If this guy were to go shoot...
Appleton firefighter, father of 3 is shot and killed by patient they brought back with Narcan
I can understand the sentiment, but I'm too uneducated on statistics for this to form a full opinion. Also, how did they not pat him down right before or right after they administered it?