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Synonyms for entrap

Synonyms for entrap

to gain control of or an advantage over by or as if by trapping

Synonyms for entrap

take or catch as if in a snare or trap

catch in or as if in a trap

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Specifically, HBSW will launch an outreach effort to raise awareness about entrapments and help facilities understand how to assess their beds for entrapment risk.
Let's reverse the trend in grain entrapments, starting now.
Working together, we can improve the safety of all pools and spas by increasing the use of layers of protection and promoting uninterrupted supervision to prevent child drowning and entrapment.
CPSC Chairman Brown criticized the escalator industry for what she termed a "totally inadequate information and education campaign to warn the public against the hazards of entrapment.
To obtain a copy of the Purdue University study, Characteristics of Flowing Grain-Related Entrapments and Suffocations, contact Field at (317) 494-1191.
Because there is no backup to all five entrapment hazards, anytime a cover is missing or broken, the pool must be immediately shut down to all bathers until repairs can be made.
gov), a first-of-its-kind national public education effort to reduce child drownings and non-fatal submersions, and entrapments in swimming pools and spas.
CPSC said the drop-sides on the cribs can detach from the crib, potentially creating a dangerous gap and leading to entrapment and suffocation of infants.
In response to continued reports of entrapment, the Hospital Bed Safety Workgroup (HBSW) was born in 1999 with membership consisting of, but not limited to:
Industry experts believe many entrapments can be easily prevented by implementing safety requirements in the area of escalator design and maintenance.
Hill-Rom cautions customers that, while beds shipped from its facilities meet the federal guidelines, patient safety from entrapments is about more than just design.
The FDA advises that most reported entrapments within recent years occurred in one of the following ways:
Then Otis service mechanics, and mechanics from the company's Vertical Transportation Services (VTS) unit, went building by building on their normal service routes to check for unreported entrapments starting in the most critical locations.
CSPC also is reminding parents and caregivers to be aware of the hidden danger of drain entrapments.
Most recently, NEII has been focusing its efforts, in conjunction with the ASME, on reducing the potential for step/skirt entrapments.