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safety belt

[′sāf·tē ‚belt]
(engineering)
A strong strap or harness used to fasten a person to an object, such as the seat of an airplane or automobile.

safety belt

A device, usually worn around the waist, which is attached to a structure or lifeline to prevent a worker from falling.

safety belt

A belt installed at the aircraft seat to hold the occupants tight in their seats. Also called a seat belt or a lap belt.
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Have you ensured that Grandma or Granddad travelling on the seats behind are wearing correctly their safety belt? A 70 kg person not wearing its seat belt on the rear seat becomes a missile in case of a crash; a missile equivalent to a mass of several tons moving at high speed freely within your car.
The Animal Safety Belts is also the subject of Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Reviews of evidence regarding interventions to increase the use of safety belts. American journal of preventive medicine 2001;21(4):48-65.
The annual art contest is organized by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Belt Partnership, which includes the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, NHTSA, and 30 other government agencies and private organizations.
inflatable safety belts, which in everyday use operate like conventional safety
30 CFR [section] 56/57.15005 Safety belts and lines.
As for traffic offences, the ministry has released 13,127 for the use of mobiles and 65,663 for neglecting the use of safety belts over the past nine months.
Available in the all-new Ford Explorer, the world's first second-row inflatable safety belts are small, tubular-shaped, inflatable bags that can deploy inside a shoulder belt in the event of a crash.
Ford-exclusive MyKey enables owners to programme a key - usually for younger drivers - that restricts the top speed of the Fiesta, reduces the maximum volume of audio system, and even disables the audio system altogether if driver and passengers are not using safety belts. It also can prevent the driver from deactivating safety technologies such as Electronic Stability Control and Active City Stop, which can help mitigate or prevent low-speed collisions.
[section][section] 56/57.15005 state, in part: "Safety belts and lines shall be worn when persons work where there is a danger of falling...." A similar standard is found in 30 C.F.R.
Ford Taurus, Explorer and Lincoln MKS continue to offer a full range of standard and optional safety and driver assist technologies for the 2013 model year including dual-stage driver and front passenger airbags, safety canopy system and inflatable safety belts, among others.
They were working without wearing any safety belts. Two years ago, four people were killed in a tragic accident at a mall in Sharjah because they were not wearing proper safety belts.