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SBayley22  
#1 Posted : 03 December 2021 18:16:24(UTC)
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SBayley22

Hi to everyone.

Thanks for reading.  Although I have alot of transferrable skills and alot of experience that is beneficial within health and safety (thats why I am attracted to the position and see it as a viable career path)

I would like advice on how well I have it structured. 

The points I am really wanting to hit, are as follows:

1) Crew Supervisor & acting incident commander for a contingency Fire & Rescue Service.

2) Ex-cop with 11 years experience in various law enforcement roles.

3) IOSH Mangaing Safely, NEBOSH General Cert, Currently studying NEBOSH Fire Safety Cert (Exam February)

I am of course open to constructive criticism :)

Thanks in advance.

Stephen

Ryderer  
#2 Posted : 20 December 2021 07:11:49(UTC)
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Ryderer

Ex-cop with 11 years experience in various law enforcement roles. This is a great idea!

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Roundtuit  
#3 Posted : 20 December 2021 12:43:55(UTC)
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Roundtuit

Reported - Ryderer post - hidden hyperlink

thanks 4 users thanked Roundtuit for this useful post.
RVThompson on 20/12/2021(UTC), chris42 on 20/12/2021(UTC), RVThompson on 20/12/2021(UTC), chris42 on 20/12/2021(UTC)
Roundtuit  
#4 Posted : 20 December 2021 12:43:55(UTC)
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Roundtuit

Reported - Ryderer post - hidden hyperlink

thanks 4 users thanked Roundtuit for this useful post.
RVThompson on 20/12/2021(UTC), chris42 on 20/12/2021(UTC), RVThompson on 20/12/2021(UTC), chris42 on 20/12/2021(UTC)
RVThompson  
#5 Posted : 20 December 2021 12:51:24(UTC)
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RVThompson

Well spotted Roundtuit.

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chris42 on 20/12/2021(UTC)
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