i really enjoyed reading that rant.you are right though mate:clap3::clap3::clap3::clap3::clap3::clap3::notworthy:notworthy:notworthyFFS, I cannot believe some of the things that i read sometime, this is absolutley disgusting, these guys go out of their way in their own time to protect the lives of (and lets be honest about this) sometimes some of the dumbest people in the country and now they are getting punished for it.
1. What were they meant to do? im sure that if they stood there worrying about health and safety and the poor girl died there would be more uproar (you just cant win)
2. Im sure that the guys involved were experienced enough to make a judgement on the sea worthyness of the craft
3. THEY SAVED A LIFE, what else matters
4. These guys should be given medals for what they do but they dont get them very often, neither do they get paid so why dont the these bureaucrats sling their hook
5. They have now removed the craft and are endangering life further (in the interests of health and safety my arse) IF ITS SUCH A PROBLEM GET THE CRAFT INSPECTED AND GET IT BACK TO THE GUYS WITH REAL JOBS
Sorry for the rant guys but these things just pi$$ me off.
fair comment but i think you will find the hull was repaired and waiting to be passed fit by the mca so why didnt the mca check her imediately after the work was carried out after all theres lives at risk hereI believe that the boat in question had suffered damage to the hull and until it was passed as fit for service then it could not be used, but at the end of the day, if lives are in danger then i would use anything that would help me save a life