Changing Lightbulbs - page 3
How long does it take a Nurse to change a lightbulb? Only 1 minute, but then it takes her 45 minutes to document it.... Read More
Aug 2, '02Occupation: RN in PACU/OPS Joined: May '02; Posts: 9Don't forget to ask first if there is a student nurse or new grad that needs experience in changing lightbulbs.
Aug 9, '02Occupation: Psychiatric Research Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 1,467; Likes: 6No, no, no...it takes FOUR nurses to change a lightbulb. Three to ***** about it and one to tell the unit clerk to call maintenance.
How many doctors does it take to change a lightbulb? Only one, but it takes a long time for the earth to revolve around him.
How many psychiatrists? Only one, but the lightbulb really has to want to change.
Aug 9, '02Joined: Dec '00; Posts: 830; Likes: 64Now yall all know you had to do an incident report on the failure of the lightbulb, present that to your supervisor , who then sent it to QA, then it went to the board to figure which wire caused the bulb to not fuction correctly. Then once you get that cleared at least a month or so , the new bulb is sent but then has to go to biomed to be cleared and tagged and then shipped internally thru the systems, to be placed on a work order , so someone from maintance can come up with a ladder and hazzard signs and block off the hall that the bulb is needed in , but its not the right size so you have to do an icident report on why it isnt the right size , send that to you supervisor, do a QA report, wait again for it to go infront of the board, (another month) and then request the same bulb,(which has been lost by now), to be placed in the socket that the bulb is burnt out on...
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