Apologies if this seems bone but here I go... I work for a large multinational company and in the current threat climate (i.e. global terrorism) they've recently started practicing bomb scare evacuation drills in addition to fire drills. As a first aider at work I'm expected to and I expect to be part of the procedures and drills for bomb scare evacuation in a first aid capacity. However, my line manager believes that as part of the TA I have another role to play assisting in some extra capacity. Now I'm just an ordinary bod, i'm not EOD and I'm not in the CCRF and quite frankly if I am involved i'd rather just being doing my first aid bit. One of my colleagues in a different department is a special constable and he's been told that should it happen then they expect him to step up to the plate and start marshalling people etc. My line manager has said he expects me to do something similiar with my 'army' training but like I said i'm not EOD ninja. His reaction was 'why do we let you have time off then?' So, does my line manager have a point? Or am I better sticking with what I know and concentrating on the first aid?