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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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'That's the reason for egress training once a year.'
The statistics further compound findings from the Insider Data Breach survey 2019, research commissioned by Egress and conducted by independent research company Opinion Matters.
The Fire Doors and Egress Doors Inspection and Maintenance webinar will be presented by Tracey Bellamy P.E., CFPS.
As I have been trained, an order to egress through the crew entry chute can always be escalated to an order of abandoning the aircraft via any means, but the abandon order can never be retracted once given.
Right foot reaching ground first and cautiously taken their head out during the egress as shown in Figure 3.
* Requiring a new standard for measuring the slip resistance of surfaces that are located in the means of egress.
The lights need to illuminate the egress path and must be installed in the same direction, end to end.
B92 uses only two states at ingress node and two states at egress node.
Egress' name will not appear in printed materials for the reunion weekend.
While opinions varied widely, one thing was obvious: We needed to delve deeper into the practical side of all forms of emergency egress.
The tape is part of an emergency egress light kit that comes with NSN 9390-01-568-1116 for the Caiman.
Plaintiff alleged that the defendant bar owner had breached his duty to exercise reasonable care for the safety of invitees by failing to provide a reasonably safe means of ingress and egress.