"we are a paid dept in nj. we use a pager system and cell phone recall system. it can either be a shift recall on a small incident to a full dept recall on something larger. shift recall is the off going shift. we work a 1 on, 1 off, 1 on, 1 off, 1…"
"I too was not a fan of shorts until we started wearing them. Now I cant wait for that time of year!
I do agree that the number of times it's truly hot enough to wear them is slim. But, they are an optional work uniform that is a really great…"
"Our guys can wear shorts Memorial Day to Columbus Day. They are required to wear either EMS pants or bunkers for EMS runs where hazards exist. This allows them the ability to make good or bad choices. Too many bad choices and the shorts will be…"
"Philly permits optional uniform shorts for all units, rank of captain and lower, except those at the administration building. Can only be worn from May 1 to September 30. If worn, must wear a low cut shoe, ie. oxford, no boots. (Sneakers also…"
"Wearing shorts goes case by case. Three (3) women with good taste have to approve each person that wants to wear them.
I failz :-(
Just kidding. How hot is it where you guys work? Unless it's hotter than the middle east (or one of the…"
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