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Egress

The right to leave an area. Denial of egress may lead to conviction for false imprisonment or a similar crime.

egress

An exit.

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The benefit to this procedure is a potentially faster egress (especially if the fire would have been blocking the crew entry chute during our EP), and the disadvantage is the natural chaos that ensues potentially resulting in increased danger to the aircrew.
The egress scenario found similar to the ingress scenario like foot reaching ground first followed by the hip exiting the seat as shown in Figure 5.
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Egress said he had understood that the award was for his service to the alumni association, but when told that the award criteria also included contributions to the recipient's community, Mr.
As my squadron discovered in mid-February 2010, crew resource management (CRM) becomes a huge safety issue when five people, carrying 75 pounds of gear apiece, frantically try to egress through the same hatch.
Large or unique structures may require egress systems that differ from the specific requirements outlined in building and life-safety codes.
Consequently, the appellate court affirmed the judgment of the trial court granting summary judgment in favor of the defendant be cause the defendant did not breach its duty to provide a safe means of ingress and egress and the plaintiff failed to prove that the allegedly dangerous condition on the property was the proximate cause of his injuries.
2) Loss of power to the part of the access control system that locks the doors shall automatically unlock the doors in the direction of egress.
Featured during the day were many of the leading researchers and practitioners in building safety who discussed impacts on egress design and evacuation strategies resulting from the tragedies of recent years.
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is generally used to determine if the tenability criteria are being met for the passenger egress path during evacuation.
The Egress EZ's built-in frame gives residents the support needed to pull themselves to the side of the mattress.
Basement egress windows can be more than just an emergency escape.