smokehood

smokehood

(ˈsməʊkhʊd)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a protective hood worn to keep out smoke in the event of a fire
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John, who has more than 60 years of experience of traditional smithing, was instrumental in helping the authority piece back together the pieces of the collapsed stone smokehood above the forging hearth - an essential part of the restoration process.
The cabin crew had undergone smokehood training but "it appeared that this had not fully prepared them for the extent of the associated communication difficulties, raising questions about the training", the AAIB said.
In the light of the flybe emergency, the AAIB report recommends a review of cabin crew smokehood training
The cabin crew had undergone smokehood training but "it appeared that this had not fully prepared them for the extent of the communication difficulties, raising questions about the training", the AAIB said.
In the light of the Flybe emergency, the AAIB report today recommended a review of cabin crew smokehood training.
To celebrate this, artist blacksmith David Stephenson will be firing up the hearth to make ironmongery while John Steele from Pickering's Beck Isle Museum, who helped put back together the pieces of the collapsed stone smokehood above the forging hearth, will be talking about the history of blacksmithing.
This caused the gable end, including the stone smokehood above the forging hearth, to collapse.
CABIN crew could not communicate with passengers during an emergency landing on a flight from Birmingham because they were wearing smokehoods.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has consistently ruled out smokehoods for passengers.
Eurotunnel announced a number of new safety measures, including providing smokehoods for passengers and crews on shuttle trains and more checks on lorries.
An official report into the August 22, 1985 accident recommended that passenger smokehoods should be looked into to see if they had any safety benefit.
l Lack of action on both smokehoods for passengers and a redesign of Boeing 737 cabins after the 1985 Manchester air disaster in which more than 50 people died in a fire while their plane was still on the ground.