safety rail


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Noun1.safety rail - a railing placed alongside a stairway or road for safetysafety rail - a railing placed alongside a stairway or road for safety
rail, railing - a barrier consisting of a horizontal bar and supports
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'The bus hit a safety rail on the left before skidding and plunging down from the bridge.
The seats, which can be flipped up and locked in place to create room to stand behind a waisthigh safety rail, will be fitted at Rugby Park in September.
The seats, which can be flipped up and locked in place to create room to stand behind a waist-high safety rail, will be fitted at Rugby Park in mid-September.
But a month later Brendan Smail Brendan was seen by witnesses standing on the wrong side of the safety rail on the Tyne Bridge, before falling to the ground and suffering multiple "unsurviveable" injuries.
A WHITE van's driver comes inches from plunging to his death as he mounts the safety rail of a bridge over a dual carriageway.
The toilet safety rail is a device that one can easily fit to their existing toilet.
Mr Hartshorn, who served as a constable with Gwent Police in his early career, said the guard rail on the yacht acted like a "cheese wire" as the spinnaker reinflated in the wind after it had collapsed, and pulled his digit along the metal safety rail.
-Var of car fell into ditch following toppled down the safety rail
bucking and shaking and holding onto the safety rail while an aide wipes
"The positioning of this safety rail obviously looks unusual, but it was to try to stop people from sitting on the bench, and walking in front of it too, as this is an area of the path that is particularly unstable and likely to collapse, causing further damage.
With unique side safety rail! SETTING new standards in safety and versatility, the impressive new Eckman articulated ladder gives stability and confidence, plus the exclusive, ingenious feature of a side hand rail to provide extra support and reassurance.
Gareth Roberts, 24, from Carmarthen, was killed when the car he was co-driving came off the road and hit a safety rail during the Targa Florio rally in Sicily.

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