Tonight our responder team have to sit their requal for the use of the defib and oxygen, and to make sure that they are operating in a safe way, this happens every six months. Good luck to you all not that they need it, as they are a pretty slick bunch of guys and girls. Thanks in advance to Matt a long serving Paramedic based at Swanage for giving up a rare evening off to come down and access all the team. Thanks.
A couple of photos of our Cardiac Science Defib.
Sorry again to our regular readers but we had yet one more broadband outage so missing a blog up load.
If we do get this snow fall think about if your trip, is really nesessary, take extra time, slow down let someone know your route and what time you expect to arrive. Take care THINK.
So the end of another year and what a year its been for KERV. We have had some interesting callouts some great events to cover and met some really interesting people. Lots of thanks goes to all our volunteers for all the many free hours of their time they give to KERV, to the villagers of Kimmeridge thanks for all your support, thanks to Alun Morgan of Dorset Fire and Rescue Service for all his help, support and encouragement, to Simon from Southwestern Ambulance Service for all our training and support, thank you to the local Kimmeridge Coastguard team and a very big thank you to Rob our webmaster for his invaluable help and support in getting our web site and blog up and running and also a sorry to Rob for the many calls of “Help I think I might have pressed the wrong button can you help!!!”. It is just left for me to wish all our readers a Happy Healthy New Year and ask you all to keep watching our blog as KERV have a very exciting 2012 to look forward to. Happy New Year to you all.