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The first bandage after six semesters studying medicine! Now look forward what you'll learn next semester!
 

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Well, I'll admit that I've done similar myself, although not to that extent. I usually use electricky tape.

The old places I worked, you could never find a band-aid in the place, and some times, scrapes and scratches happen, especially to me.

Now if I or any employee opens the first aid kit, we have to fill out a full report and sign and date it. I have bandages stashed, and so do most of the drivers. It saves time and misery.

Geeze, I get regular tetanus shots, and I have to get the work done ( I have to, I'm a clumsy guy sometimes, and I work with steel a lot).
 

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Well, I'll admit that I've done similar myself, although not to that extent. I usually use electricky tape.

The old places I worked, you could never find a band-aid in the place, and some times, scrapes and scratches happen, especially to me.

Now if I or any employee opens the first aid kit, we have to fill out a full report and sign and date it. I have bandages stashed, and so do most of the drivers. It saves time and misery.

Geeze, I get regular tetanus shots, and I have to get the work done ( I have to, I'm a clumsy guy sometimes, and I work with steel a lot).
Same here. If we need first aid supplies we have to fill out an accident report. Usually a rag and electric tape works for me.
 
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