Apparently the rules apply to me, not everyone else. I have to say that I'm sick of it. Why do I bother?
A place of employment has preceptor rules. The newbie must "run as a third" until 20+ runs, then the preceptors vote to release them out onto their own. Why is a newbie with no previous experience already running solo some days, then not the next? The next issue would be getting cleared to drive. There's a particular process to get cleared that I've been held to, and currently I'm still not cleared to drive. This impacts who I can get scheduled with since if it's more than a BLS call, then ALS has to tech and I cannot drive the truck. Then how does it move? See, conundrum. There are other BLS people that were licensed after me, released onto their own after me, and I can guarantee have not gone through the whole process for getting cleared to drive that are "cleared to drive" and constantly scheduled with ALS. Hmmm? Do I smell bad? Did I offend someone? How did this happen? IDK ... I wish I did.