emergency release

emergency release

On a door, a safety device other than a panic exit device which permits egress under emergency conditions.
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He said: "We would request to seek the authority of the cabinet secretary to make an emergency release of prisoners to allow us to maintain stability by reducing the population.
While there, he focused on Wayne County's overcrowded jails, helping end the unconstitutional emergency release of 300 pretrial offenders a month due to jail overcrowding.
Very rarely, and only in exceptional circumstances, I've aborted a review to secure emergency release from a truly execrable experience.
Reliant 440 has many safety features, including locking rear casters and an emergency release.
The PAT tag possessed emergency release software as well as a mechanical device (RD-1500; Wildlife Computers, Redmond, WA) for an early emergency release before reaching a depth at which it would be crushed by ambient water pressure (crush depth).
Just in case you fall in, there is an emergency release inside
Analysts are hoping calls for an emergency release of fuel from world reserves will calm markets.
Safety features for the Class II Power Supply include short-circuit protection, low-battery monitor output relay, autosensing AC input, fire/life safety emergency release, and ground-fault detection.
He spent 45 minutes prising the doors open and cut his hand on glass covering an emergency release switch.
Coupled with its stylish design, easy installation, and emergency release, the Excel is the fastest growing lift on the market.
We discussed jettisoning the MAD with the emergency release when the HAC made a great call.
Knight forgot the emergency release would cause the aircraft's headrest to shoot off.

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