emergency procedure

NOUN
  1. (medicine) a procedure adopted to meet an emergency (especially a medical emergency)
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How To Use emergency procedure In A Sentence

  • Employees should be fully acquainted with emergency procedures.
  • Today, as a flight examiner, I administer emergency procedure evaluations.
  • All you needed then was a back parachute, a cumbersome hard helmet, a kneepad full of junk, a book bag full of standardized normal and emergency procedures and a crane to lift you into the personal equipment truck that took you to the aircraft. Thud Ridge
  • No recommendation adopted under these emergency procedures could be implemented, however, in the absence of a consensus.
  • Did you follow the emergency procedure when you heard the alarm?
  • There is one particular emergency procedure in my specialist area of vascular surgery that I really haven't carried out enough. Times, Sunday Times
  • They had preached about winding the clock before executing emergency procedures.
  • Emergency procedures should be executed in a timely manner, consistent with the nature of the emergency.
  • An emergency procedure was in operation which should have ensured that only one train was in the tunnel.
  • Skin contact: soak in warm water. See supplemental pager for emergency procedures.
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