Paramedics are refusing to be forced to work alone
Paramedics are refusing to be forced to work alone.
It follows a string of attacks on single-responders by drunk or volatile patients.
Health Services Union secretary Gerard Hayes tells Ben Fordham there are two key reasons why paramedics should not work on their own.
“Having a second paramedic on a vehicle ensures safety and protection.
“The other important part is the community will be treated in their home or workplace.”
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