Lushan, Sichuan Province, China, Earthquake of 2013: Lifeline
From stem to stern, destroyers have many synthetic lifelines
connected from rail to rail, all designed to keep people from falling overboard.
A lot of time, thinking and capital went into launching and keeping LIFELines
afloat and we don't want to waste a resource of this caliber.
Cllr Alan Boad, portfolio holder for housing at Warwick District Council, said: "Last year the district council's mobile response service answered all those calls from distressed people who called by using the lifelines
provided by the charity.
One of the most visible items topside is the floating lifeline
. On several recent surveys, we have noticed poorly maintained or missing lines.
Qualitative data generated through lifelines
, a genogram, and card sorts (e.g., values, interests) are methods to uncover the meaning the client ascribes to a variety of life roles (i.e., family, student, worker, leisure, community).
Pacific Northwest storms of December 1-4, 2007; lifeline
The second incident involved an E-3 who was sitting on a chock, with his back against the lifeline
on sponsor No.
The Society established its Earthquake Investigation Committee of the Technical Council of Lifeline
Earthquake Engineering to evaluate the performance of lifelines--critical infrastructure--following earthquakes.
The federal universal service program--an integral aspect of the Telecom Act-- is made up of four support areas, one of which focuses on providing support to low-income consumers and consists of the Lifeline
and Linkup programs.