Definition of Rescue equipment
1. Noun. Equipment used to rescue passengers in case of emergency.
Specialized synonyms: Flotation Device, Life Preserver, Preserver, Chute, Parachute
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Literary usage of Rescue equipment
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1. Quarterly of the National Fire Protection Association by National Fire Protection Association (1896)
"The arriving prisoners and guards manned the hose lines and rescue equipment. There were only enough hose lines for the yard side of the barracks building. ..."
2. Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces: A Summary of Surveillance Findings and edited by Thomas R. Bender (1996)
"Is an outside observer posted and appropriate rescue equipment (safety belt/harness and lifeline) used during every confined space entry? ..."
3. Dust Off: Army Aeromedical Evacuation in Vietnam by Peter Dorland, James Nanney (2001)
"After the buildup of American forces began in 1965, the helicopters, procedures, and rescue equipment were improved and sometimes tested on mass casualties. ..."
4. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of Change (1994)
"Rescue throw bags, which provide a 60 to 70 foot (18.3 to 21.3 meter) 'extension' of the rescuer's arm, are now accepted pieces of rescue equipment. ..."