ROSE SAFETY EQUIPMENT - AGILITY AND SPEED TRAINING EQUIPMENT.
Rose Safety Equipment
- Our customers' safety is paramount. All our equipment is maintained to the highest standard. However, appropriate safety equipment must be used by experienced and inexperienced operators alike.
- Protects the employee and includes such items as head covers, gloves, goggles, prescription safety glasses, safety shoes, handguns, batons, and handcuffs.
- Safety equipment for making soap includes eye protection, a face shield, rubber gloves, and clothing to cover any bare skin that may be exposed to lye, including arms, legs, and feet. Ventilation equipment may be required when making large quantities of lye-water solution.
- blush wine: pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation began
- Make rosy
- of something having a dusty purplish pink color; "the roseate glow of dawn"
- any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
Get a handle on bathroom safety with this portable bathtub and shower assist handle. The Traveler Safe-er-Grip Balance Assist Handle for tub and shower from Rose Health Care allows you to enter a wet and slippery tub or shower safely and with confidence or take it with you. The Safe-er-Grip assists your balance while entering or exiting the tub or shower. Full body weight is not to be applied to product. This easy to install grip handle gives both parent and child steady confidence in and around the tub. For non-porous surfaces only. Clean and dry the surface before attaching. Avoid grout lines. Fully separate handle sections then apply pressure and re-close handle sections to enable suction. Suction cup is 3 7/8 in. diameter. Check Safe-er-Grip regularly to ensure it is firmly attached. For balance assist only. Not to be used for leverage or bearing body weight.
DSC00147, 2010.05.16, California, Los Angeles, Griffith Park, Travel Town, Union Pacific Sleeping Car No. 6636, Rose Bowl, info
Union Pacific sleeping car number 6636 "Rose Bowl"
Of the night of August 12, 1939, the streamliner train City of San Francisco was approaching a bridge in Nevada at nearly 60 miles an hour when it derailed, plunging the passenger cars into the river below the bridge, and three more down an embankment. Of the 13 cars in the train, all fanciful names taken from San Francisco's landmarks such as "Nob Hill" and "Fisherman's Wharf," three cars stayed on their wheels, including an all-roomette sleeping car named "Telegraph Hill." On that night, 14 people died and 121 were injured. This car, renamed "Rose Bowl" after repairs, then placed on the City of Los Angeles train, is the original "Telegraph Hill," a survivor of what remains as one of the most famous unsolved train accidents. Although found to be sabotage in a railroad hearing, no saboteurs were identified and track conditions have always been questioned.
Train wrecks are both fearsome and uncomforting things. A flawed or exploding steam locomotive can be like a bomb in its destructive power, traveling behind a tough sculpture of twisted metal. To this then,
train ???derailing and crashing into each other make a spectacle that has been reproduced with materials and computer graphics repeatedly in potion pictures. Actual train wrecks are ????? however, that allows take days of crane and heavy equipment apparatus just to clear tracks and remove damaged cars.
Decades of safety engineering have reduced some of the causes of accidents which were typical early in the preceding century. Today, on occasion a major accident may still occur, such as a signal failure or a bridge collapse, and when they do, railroad safety officials develop new safeguards.
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Safety, Fidelity, Efficiency
Magic hour makes it easy, so easy. Magic hour does for cities what the little black dress does for us human folks.
100 Pictures: 11. architecture
1. Words: Coffee at JoJo's with Cliff
2. feathered: saddle feathers with chicken-wire shadow
3. fog: Beware the Fog
4. critter: The Goat Stares Back
5. butterflys/bees: Bees are My Bag, Baby
6. curve(s) tented olive from behind
7. eyes: Chicken Eye
8. fireworks/fire: Housatonic Wire Smoke Eclipse
9. culture: Culture of Fur
10. hidden: Algal Abstract in a Water Barrel
11. architecture: Safety, Fidelity, Efficiency
15. roadscapes (road/streets)
18. still life
19. ungulates (hooved animal)
39. close up/macro
48. depth of field
49. out of place
54. fave thing/place
77. public place
85. forms in nature
88. neon sign
93. looking up
94. looking down
95. railroad anything
99. around my yard
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