Hospital security here. Who wants to see more?
As someone who is in his residency program at a hospital this shit looks means nothing to me. OP isn't posting anything weird/odd. This isn't some top secret leaked photos bullshit. It's just a fucking OR and a hallway. smh
There are dead babies in the boxes.
Not entitled. Came from a family with a poor socioeconomic status. Didn't get into drugs or gangs. Studied hard in school. Went to college. Went to Med School. Now in residency. Now in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of debt. Still have a 4 years before I become an attending. Was it worth it? That's something I think about everyday.
As someone who has been to hospital only once, these literally just seem like he's walking around taking pictures of where he works.
I doubt he has anything interesting to show us, and if he does, fucking deliver OP.
Stop beating around the bush, faggot. Pics or you're full of shit
The fat pink guy doesnt have any skin.
As someone whose job involves picking up bodies from hospitals for mortuaries/crematories. this is all stuff anyone could pretty much gain access to minus the actual fridge hospital employee's don't say anything to a person with a dress shirt and tie with a clipboard
As someone who works part time as a professional corpse, i hope op takes pictures of me.
Have you dealt with people like pic related a lot?
Stop with all the bait you fucking newfag
Don't give us that bullshit, you'll make more money than I will ever see in my life. You will get top tier bitches because of your job and social status, boo fucking hoo. Go back to work faggot.
As someone who works as a corpse bagger I can confirm that anyone can open the bags that the bodies are put in once the corpses are secured and bagged within the bagging corpse room as someone who works there.
again... it really doesn't explain why the fuck you have the keys to the cold vault storage of the morgue.
the keys would be safer with any and all funeral homes in town than in the hands of the security guard who has no reason to be there to begin with.
Security guards get keys to everything. They're the guys that get called when some dumbass locks himself out.
I've worked security at a hospital and university so I can confirm, everything. Including a master key for the student lockers.
This is all beginning to make me moist
Crack one of them bags open fag.
I worked with a dude that picked up dead bodies as a side job for extra money. Motherfucker was nuts. We'd pull an 8-14hr day and he would work nights pickin up dead motherfuckers. Then come back to work the next day for another 8-14hr day depending.
Anyway i had a friend who shot himself in the head. Turns out the place he worked had picked him up. So like a true psycho and homie.. when i asked him via text to crack the bag open and send me a picture, he did. Like i asked him the time.
Are you seriously telling me, you're the only security guard there is in the entire hospital?
Do you seriously not see the problem with handing an entire set of keys to the entire hospital to anyone who works there just because they're a security guard?
Wait, of course you don't because you're posting pictures of the mother fucking morgue on 4chan.
Uhhh yeah... thats the fucking point. Its like the janitor not having keys. It would be fucking pointless because he'd have to ask for keys all the fucking time.
Except im willing to bet security probably has every key. Janitor dont
I'm not OP. I'm just telling you that ye, Security guards usually get keys to everything.
Security guards need to get everywhere. What if a doctor activates his distress button in the morgue? Should I just say "Oh I can't get in there, better wait until the boss is back on shift in eight hours, hopefully you don't bleed out or whatever is happening"
You are seriously fucking retarded.
Are you going to change the locks to every door in the hospital everytime someone quits and runs off with the keys? What if they make copies of certain keys?
Do you not see the security risk of handing every key to a set of employees to have on hand at any time?
You have clearly never held a real job or one that gave you any REAL responsibilty. Here is what happens.
USUALLY if you get a set of keys.. you have to sign them in and out when you start your shift. That way they know who has what set. You dont just get to keep them.
What do you think happens when maids, security, bellmen etc get their keys at hotels... their card keys are masters, and csn open every single door in the joint.
No, because there might be an incident that requires every guard to attend, and I'm not going to wait for other guards to come let me in, because incidents like that are usually something they just can't walk away from.
>Are you going to change the locks to every door in the hospital everytime someone quits and runs off with the keys?
Yes, actually, this is what happens. Luckily we don't hire criminals who steal keys. And they can't easily copy them unless they know a shady locksmith who's willing to put his entire career on the line as well as criminal charges because all the keys to important areas are security keys.
Security guards in my hospital get a skeleton key. I work IT and also get a skeleton key but it doesnt open any type of pharmacy. Mostly just a backup key since my badge will open most doors.
If youre worried about a security guard stealing medecine it would be pretty impossible. The hard stuff is dished out of a pyxis machines that requires fingerprint access.
Motherfucker I controlled key sets at my job, we were dealing with money in remote locations that was carried by the drivers. I had to start controlling the keys because there was zero control. People aren't trustworthy, proof of that is this thread. You'd get terminated on the spot.
There's a reason why products like this exist
You can't just hand keys to anyone in that manner, it is simply irresponsible.
>And they can't easily copy them unless they know a shady locksmith
All you have to do is find out the company who deals with the keys and locks for the hospital. Two minute phone call, they'll mail you any key you want, intercept the key in the mail, its yours.
Better yet, there are apps that let you take a picture of your key and receive a reproduction in the mail.
No that is not even close to why those keys are made. Completely fucking different use for a product like that.
Listen. In my instance and OP's ... you arent dealing with money, and again... like i said... BG checked employees have to SIGN KEYS OUT eith the time... the date, the employee number.. all at a certain spot, with 1 person who keeps track of that shit.
Thats just how it is.
did the locksmith do the entire installation of the whole place? there is usually a bigger lock company distributor who deals with these things.
There are websites that do abloy.