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CBRN Instructors posts x 6

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#1
Google 'Police Professional'. Details of the jobs are on the home page. 6 vacancies for civvy NBC (WTF is this CBRN nonsense) Instructors.

Paying £22 - £23k.
 
#2
Biscuits_AB said:
Google 'Police Professional'. Details of the jobs are on the home page. 6 vacancies for civvy NBC (WTF is this CBRN nonsense) Instructors.

Paying £22 - £23k.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think CBRN has now replaced the term NBC in the forces...
 
#4
Chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear. To come into line with the rest of the services due to coppers working with squaddies and squaddie shouts, "get your NBC suit on ya dirty, filthy copper, you will never take me alive".

*I lied about most of that.*
 
#5
devilish said:
Chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear. To come into line with the rest of the services due to coppers working with squaddies and squaddie shouts, "get your NBC suit on ya dirty, filthy copper, you will never take me alive".

*I lied about most of that.*
It's radiological not radioactive.

The difference being that something with a radiological bent will not necessarily be radioactive. For instance there are chemical elements which are used in industrial processes to generate "X-Rays", but the X-rays are not generated by a radioactice source.

Radiological encompasses it all, whereas radioactive only refers to that which has a half life.

Yawn!
 
#8
Trainer (Delivery) Posts: Inspector Steven Burridge on 01980 619642. or steve.burridge@cbrn.pnn.police.uk

Design Posts: Inspector Lee Fryatt on 01980 619640 or lee.fryatt@cbrn.pnn.police.uk

Closing date: 24th November 2006. Interviews will take place 14th & 15th December 2006 with an anticipated start date January 2007.

The Home Office and Hampshire Constabulary are committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all staff. We will not discriminate on grounds of gender, ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, faith or any other factor irrelevant to a person’s work.


Deadline for application: 24/11/2006
Never mind pay wasn't very good anyway :)
 
#10
Sammy The Cat said:
For instance there are chemical elements which are used in industrial processes to generate "X-Rays", but the X-rays are not generated by a radioactice source.
So what are X-Rays produced by then?

msr
 
#11
Nurses who press the large green button?

A CBRN job in 'civvi street' (or with the Police) should, by way of the fact that the Forces have now changed to be in line with 'civvi street', be pretty much the same as one while in the forces, shouldnt it?
NOT that I in any way interested in it, just trying to fathom out whether the change from 'NBC' actually had a real purpose or not..
 
#12
The change from NBC was not as a result of falling into line with civvy street.

NBC referred to the threat envisaged during the cold war and subsequent military defense.

CBRN covers the threat in the modern age and subsequent contingency planning. Although on the face of it this is dealt with by civil and police agencies there is a large amount of military involvement under MACP and MACC arrangements, unfortunately not able to be discussed here due to OPSEC.
 

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