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safety zone

A type of a “safe harbour”, in which the US federal government has delineated areas of medical practice and patterns of referral—e.g., to facilities where the referring doctor has a financial interest, which the federal government does not regard as conflicting with antitrust regulations.
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The safety zone hosts a pledge board for participants to write their pledges on how they will make roads safer after going through the safety training in the zone.
The Safety Zone offers activities for around 300 local children and young people, including a parent and toddler group, eight children and youth groups catering from the time they enter school through to school-leavers.
In operating conditions like these it is very important to keep organizations like Greenpeace at a safe distance, which in its affidavits, Shell asked for the 1,500-meter safety zones for the drill vessels and 1,000-meter safety zones for most of the vessels when under tow or engaged in towing.
Also, the shape of the minimum safety zone varies according to the type of weapon it represents (see figure 3).
Urban public works, outside cities, other than those referred to in paragraph (1) shall be normally placed outside the safety zone, and only with prior approval of the road administrator.
These have included a new zebra crossing in Waterloo Road, the junction narrowing and pedestrian crossing point in Melrose Avenue and the road narrowings and platform crossings in Blenheim and Agincourt Roads to form School Safety Zones.
To reduce chippings in finger joints while maximizing recovery, an adaptive strategy was developed for setting the safety zone size between sound knots and finger joints in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.
A fire service spokesman said the safety zone had been reduced to 170m while firefighters damped down the cylinders.
Alarms and safety zone settings in the AIS 1000 provide collision avoidance.
It crossed a safety zone and is coming close to the freeway,'' Esposito said.
Safety campaigners have welcomed the news of more controls over military aircraft, as airport chiefs admitted the safety zone had been "too small to cope".
You feel that you are in a warm bath of attention and care, but in retrospect you realize that you have also been pushed out of the safety zone.

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