NHS mob phone removal service

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ACTIVE8
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Re: NHS mob phone removal service

Post by ACTIVE8 » 30 Jun 2014, 21:50

CitroJim wrote:
ACTIVE8 wrote: So those phones that people hand in to recycle, would not exactly be fresh and clean, they could be covered in crap! :wink:
Very possibly although they reckon the most unhygienic of all are computer keyboards :evil:

Many people seem to not understand the need to wash hands :roll: Amazing really..
The irony is that the sh*t for brains not washing their hands, will then touch areas in the toilet where other similar types have been doing the same thing and they will recycle their crap!

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Re: NHS mob phone removal service

Post by ACTIVE8 » 30 Jun 2014, 21:59

citronut wrote:
CitroJim wrote:
ACTIVE8 wrote: Many people seem to not understand the need to wash hands :roll: Amazing really..
especially before going into have your phone surgically removed #-o :wink:
Working on vehicles I make use of latex gloves, and they keep your hands clean, and make things easier.

Although at least I know how clean my equipment is (I.T. equipment that is) if I had to touch other peoples I.T. I would want the gloves on as you would not know where they have been!