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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Geoff Hannis #74403 29/07/19 10:43 AM
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Ten years on ... folk are still telling stories about ties (mainly). smile

To be honest, I don't understand why tie-wearing folk (politicians et al) don't wear tie clips (just as I always used to do). It keeps them neatly in place, and if nothing else, stops the darned things dangling into places they shouldn't go; it also prevents them flying over your shoulder when running for the bus, pursuing miscreants, or what-have-you.


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Geoff Hannis #74489 16/08/19 4:25 PM
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I still wear a tie (unless I am told not too) Its the rebel in me wink


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
John Sandham #74498 18/08/19 1:35 PM
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Best stay clear of machine tools then, John. Not to mention (secure) Mental Health Units. Or at least use clip-ons (see earlier post). smile


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Geoff Hannis #74499 19/08/19 10:41 AM
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Ha ha. wink
I will heed your advice Geoff!


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
John Sandham #74505 20/08/19 10:30 PM
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and I would add, stress test treadmills to that list.......


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
DaveC in Oz #74507 21/08/19 8:47 PM
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... X-Ray Film Processors
... Serial Changers ("Spot Film Devices")
...Cassette Loaders (Unloaders)
...Film Changers?

...Rolling Mixers
...Centrifuges? think


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Geoff Hannis #74653 18/10/19 6:58 AM
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We recently got new shirts, with logos etc on them.

Unfortunately, the estate's porters got the SAME shirts.

So as a band 7 engineering supervisor, I get mistaken for a porter all the time.

Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Neoteny #74659 18/10/19 8:30 PM
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Cue ... good old name tags (with job title underneath) ... simple, cheap and effective. smile


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Tony Dowman #75496 04/07/20 4:14 PM
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A certain Mr Birch once told me even if I went to Saville Row and got the smartest suit going Iā€™d still look like a sack of $h1t tied in the middle!

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Neoteny #75497 04/07/20 4:23 PM
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Could be worse. You could have the same color shirt as the Ward housekeepers and keep getting asked for tea and toast šŸ˜

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