ring buoy


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ring buoy

n.
A life preserver in the shape of a ring.
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Meanwhile, the PDRRMO distributed rescue tools and equipment, including a spine board, ring buoy, trauma kit sets, and splint to the rescue teams of the towns of Angat, Balagtas, Bustos, Plaridel, as well as Rescue 117 and Kabalikat Civicom.
Mark grabbed a ring buoy and climbed on to the ledge where he lowered the life ring to the person in difficulty.
My father was given several HMS Jufair items such as photographs, charts, documents and the Commander Naval Forces Gulf ship's ring buoy.
Employers must also provide a lifesaving skiff and a ring buoy, as appropriate.
The 61-year-old actor's other auctioned items include a 2003 Harley Davidson Road King Classic, a black western electric golf cart with open top and tan cloth interior, and an orange foam ring buoy with "Hoff' spray painted in white and two orange plastic rescue cans.
Officer Wenc joined him on the ice and threw the life ring buoy to the Ventos.
Police arrested a 23-year-old man Cramlington man when he was found in possession of the ring buoy in Cross Street in Gateshead on Friday.
This can include such things as a long pole, a ring buoy, or a rescue tube.
2 a 4 foot lanyard of 1/4 inch diameter polyethylene line is used to attach the light to the ring buoy.
Others may have had just one violation, something as small as a missing rope on a ring buoy.
Their responsibility should be clearly defined as to assist the lifeguards in scanning the water, to alert lifeguards of any water emergency they observe, and to assist in nonswimming rescues such as reaches or throws with a ring buoy.
Debris found around the wreck included chimney pipes, ring buoy clamps and firearms.