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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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Additionally, there aren't any fire drills or training yet again.
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.
Once these guidelines were established by the New York City Fire Department, Croker Fire Drill was there to assist its clients in preparing these plans.
All went according to plan and we will be working with West Midlands Fire Service to do further fire drills in the future when the tower cranes reach their full height of 101m.
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.
Before half-term, Cardiff council arranged for fire drills to take place at schools to prepare teachers and children for the strike.
Ninety percent of the work we're doing right now is fire drills," Wixted says.
After encouragement by local authorities, the taxpayer gave permission to the volunteer fire department to conduct fire drills in the building (as evidenced by a formal written agreement).
Employees must be instructed in life safety procedures, and the facility must conduct fire drills not less than quarterly on each operating shift (i.
The multi-storey building is 27,000 square metres and comprises spaces for performing fire drills, a fire station, a control tower for monitoring and following up the drills in addition to a training and military parade yard, an equipment storage space and other multi-purpose training buildings.