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Use of Blue lights on duty
#41
I'm sure you can claim from HSE/NAS if something goes wrong IM.....sure it's the law isn't it? It's your right.
It's not the HSE's opinion, it's not managements opinion, it's mine. All mine.
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#42
I was on Youtube last night and found a video of a st john ambulance jeep with blue and green lights, now to be fair to them they were on a call so blue I understand but green? I got interested and researched and it says that green is for Doctors only. 
Thats the link. Im from Kerry so we don't have them down here. Its a stage one for me and iv been around a fair bit
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#43
On call doctors in my area have green light bars on all their vehicles. Nothing at all in legislation referring to green lights afaik. 
And from a practical point of view virtually impossible for the human eye to distinguish a flash from a green light to that from a blue light in most circumstances.
The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are filled with doubts while the stupid people are full of confidence...
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