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Synonyms for emergency

Synonyms for emergency

a highly volatile dangerous situation requiring immediate remedial action

Synonyms for emergency

a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action

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a state in which martial law applies

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More than 400 rescuers remained on special duties in Rawalpindi District control room, Emergency Rescue Stations with 14 fully equipped emergencies ambulances, nine fire vehicles two water boozer and five specialized vehicles.
A Fire Safety firm is best suited to write a buildings fire safety plan to deal with fire and smoke related emergencies.
We can educate future citizens who will be volunteers and leaders during the emergencies of tomorrow, no matter what their academic major.
Types of basic equipment and medical devices include: CPR shields and other personal protective equipment (such as gloves), blood pressure cuffs and stethoscopes, thermometers, bag-valve masks, splints, penlights, wound care supplies, bronchial inhalers (prescription only), EpiPens (prescription only), ice bags, oral fluids for hydration, sterile water for irrigation, ice and cooling tubs for heat emergencies.
Greg Friese and Associates LLC helps clients prepare for, respond to, and recover from extraordinary circumstances, emergencies, and disasters.
Police officers have seen "a skeleton outline for emergencies," she said.
In this day and age, few large emergencies involve only one agency; most are multidisciplinary and even multijurisdictional.
Through the use of Intergraph's emergency incident management technologies, the Unified Communications Center is equipped to not only respond to emergencies, it is equipped to share information with other local agencies in real-time, promoting efficient response.
These emergencies include 2889 road traffic accidents, 2493 medical emergencies, 75 fire emergencies, 183 emergencies related to violence and 699 other emergencies, said a press release issued here on Friday.
Preparedness for emergencies to ensure safety in commercial high-rise buildings has prompted New York City to amend existing building code laws and propose new legislation that details a specific plan is prepared for numerous emergency situations that could occur.
Fortunately, for the young camper, all of the staff were trained to deal with emergencies and were prepared and able to assist in this situation.
With the creation in September of the Priority Dispatch Program, only life-threatening emergencies warrant a so-called Code 3 response, which reduces the potential for traffic accidents for emergency crews and the public, officials say.
Therefore, the EPA standards protect unpaid personnel, such as volunteer firefighters, who respond to hazardous substance emergencies.
Department of Homeland Security, National Preparedness Month is a nationwide effort held each September to encourage Americans to take simple steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and schools.
ISLAMABAD -- The Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) responded to 79840 emergencies during Eid holidays all over the Punjab.