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Oct. 7th, 2006

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Date:October 8th, 2006 04:02 pm (UTC)
johnckirk said:

I wouldn't have thought it was that common. Putting it another way, I assume that they have staff on duty with basic first aid training

susannahf said:

Plus, they really ought to have their own first aiders (not just morally, but legally), and they don't seem to...

...yeah, I was under the impression that they didn't have first aiders of their own too. And it sucks. And it means that they have to call for a helpful passenger every time someone twists their ankle, which means that the regular staff start to tune out the first aid announcements, which in turn is why none of them could help either of you find where the patient was. I hope that if something genuinely serious were to happen, they'd have a different way of asking for help, which would make the regulars take notice, and point the way a bit more efficiently. Possibly that's just me being a bit optimistic though... ;)

(Hm - long sentences. Possibly a sign that the orginisational incompetence bugs me... ^_^)
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