alarm


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Synonyms for alarm

Synonyms for alarm

great agitation and anxiety caused by the expectation or the realization of danger

a signal that warns of imminent danger

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

Synonyms for alarm

fear resulting from the awareness of danger

a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event

a clock that wakes a sleeper at some preset time

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fill with apprehension or alarm

warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness

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"Oh, no--it is for you, for myself, and for all of us together, that I am alarmed. I am a prince of an old family myself, and I am sitting among my peers; and I am talking like this in the hope of saving us all; in the hope that our class will not disappear altogether--into the darkness--unguessing its danger--blaming everything around it, and losing ground every day.
Rising need for heightened security levels in both residential and commercial buildings, and in industrial complexes has been primarily increasing the demand for electronic alarms in these areas.
Summary: Rising need for heightened security levels in both residential and commercial buildings, and in industrial complexes has been primarily increasing the demand for electronic alarms in these areas.
Release date- 22082019 - Smart Signal, the Alarm.com (Nasdaq: ALRM) mobile app feature that helps reduce false alarms and expedites emergency response, has been named a 2019 IoT Evolution Product of the Year.
ECRI (2015) suggests inadequate alarm configuration policies contribute to excessive alarm activation.
The district level is responsible for the 4th and 5th alarms. It is the District Fire Marshal's responsibility to assess the situation and decide if the alarm should be raised to Task Force.
"You are four more times likely to die in a fire if you don't have a working smoke alarm. So the message could not be simpler.
It is essential to manage change when making modifications to pipeline alarms and alarm systems.
Test the alarm to make sure you can hear it clearly from every room in the house - even with the doors closed.
If a fire triggers an alarm in the basement, will you be able to hear it from your second-story bedroom?
Nurses also experience increased anxiety and stress related to alarms. This condition, coined alarm fatigue, occurs when clinicians are exposed to excessive noise or disruption (Phillips & Barnsteiner, 2005).
Phoenix city ordinance G-5898-2014 specifies that a smoke alarm cannot remain in service longer than ten years from the date of manufacture.
The issues will be wearily familiar to all those who have tackled industrial alarm strategies: Refinery operators, for example, are faced with thousands of alarm signals from a myriad of instruments and technologies, up to 80 per cent of which require no intervention.