Body armour for the ladds on duty

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#1
what would be the answer to a NCO getting his own body armour, setting it up with all badges and colourings as per PM instructions?  At a personal cost of about £450.

think on the subject of duty of care
 
#2
Can't see you getting any money through "the system" - however you could speak to your Senior Fund Manager (normally the Regt 2IC) and ask if the PRI will offset some of the cost.

Wouldn't hold my breath though.....................
 
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That was ment as a joke that last entry!!!!!!!

I already have the vest and got told i couldnt wear it as it wasnt army issue, if i wore it and my partner got stabbed and i didnt then the managenet would be liable to be sued, and if i wore it and it failed i wouldnt be able to sue the army?????????????????? my vest conforms to PM's instruction to the letter!!!!!!!!!

does anyone else have a vest?
 
#4
I've got a vest....and a couple of tee shirts and a natty little tank top too!  What the f*ck is  this thread aimed at?  Duty of Care?  Would you care to explain or are you just going to keep us in suspense?  
 
#5
Sorry, bit slow this morning.  You're in the RMP aren't you?  Now it all makes sense (sort of).
 
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sorry ma sonic that you didnt sus i was in the Corps ;-)  i just thought that this would be picked up by sum1 that knows what i am on about.  
 

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