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Fire Drill

In investment banking, a slang term for the pressing need to finish a presentation or other project as soon as possible.
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TWO SIMPLE STEPS People can take two simple steps that can help save lives: check their existing smoke alarms and practice fire drills at home.
Franklin Perkins school on Friday said while a fire drill held during subfreezing temperatures on Tuesday might have been postponed to a warmer day, with special education students it is a good idea to do more rather than less when it comes to fire and emergency drills.
The purpose of the fire drill was to provide tactical experience, sufficient knowledge and training for all hotel members as well as empower them to calmly face and handle all circumstances that might arise during emergencies, especially fire.
The mock fire drill was organized to teach safety techniques to the 1,200 employees of Bombay Rayon, a garment factory in Bangalore.
The Palmdale Learning Plaza pupils followed the school's fire drill procedures and were escorted onto the schoolyard, where they waited while firefighters knocked down the blaze.
Extra fire drills have been arranged for public and council premises.
3 meeting that the students and faculty at each area school -- Glenwood, Naquag and Central Tree -- performed well in the fire drills.
Only 28 Percent of Families Have Practiced Home Fire Drills; National Family Fire Drill Day on October 1st is Perfect Opportunity to Get Prepared
The Civil Defence is required to undertake these fire drills in various establishments like schools, hospitals, warehouses etc.
SHOPS should carry out "robbery drills" in the same way fire drills are carried out, to prepare for raids, say police.
The questions that day are about the school's restrictions on makeup, the lack of paper toilet-seat covers, the need for fire drills, and why students can't eat outside.
We recommend and assist in the distribution of literature that outlines fire and evacuation procedures, programs to assist the elderly and disabled and mock fire drills to familiarize residents with these procedures.