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There are engineers within the industry who do not understand the fundamentals but have progressed to become senior engineers and/or are working on high risk devices whilst other skilled competent engineers have been left behind.

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The essence of working for the NHS is that you are basically working for the public.

It is the public tax payers money....that pays your salary

So its would be a reasonable @Sean for a well Qualified EBME manager to drop his pen for a few days & pick up the tools and help clear some urgent backlog in the workshop.


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"So its would be a reasonable @Sean for a well Qualified EBME manager to drop his pen for a few days & pick up the tools and help clear some urgent backlog in the workshop"

If nothing else at least it would give the staff in the workshop a laugh in these dark times we are in. But seriously could they be trusted on the tools ?

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