belt restraint

belt restraint

a device used around the waist to secure a patient on a stretcher or in a chair.
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The next step up is a five-point belt restraint system--two lap belts, two shoulder harnesses and a crotch strap that keeps you from submarining under the belts.
The belt restraint system consists of two shoulder belts, two lap belts, two crotch belts and a buckle.
An optional four-point seat belt restraint system provides advanced protection from frontal collisions.
based in Bentonville, Arkansas, said the passengers' injuries were caused by their ''failure to properly wear an appropriate available seat belt restraint device,'' which it said constitutes unreasonable conduct.
IT'S A PERSONAL SAFETY RESTRAINT DEVICE, JUST LIKE SEAT BELTS, SEAT BELT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, SAFETY STRAPS, AND OTHER SAFETY DEVICES USED TO SECURE OR PROVIDE A SAFETY MECHANISM FOR SOLDIERS OPERATING OR RIDING IN A VEHICLE.
To ensure effective wheelchair-occupant crash protection, a well-positioned belt restraint system consisting of a three-point lap/shoulder-belt restraint is needed.
TABLE 2 Injuries Across Restraint Types Data: GES Lap-and- Child Shoulder Lap-Only No Seat Belt Belt Restraint Panel A: All children 2-6 yr old Fatal or incapacitating .
For example, if the resident could get out of a wheelchair if the lapboard or belt restraint was not in place, then the lapboard or belt restraint meets the definition of a restraint.
Many child passenger deaths and injuries can be prevented with proper use of car seat and safety belt restraint systems.
Effective Seat Belt Restraint Systems: Seat belt compliance with federal motor vehicle safety standards to ensure that belts restrain the UTV occupants in rollovers.
Improved Seat Belt Restraint Geometry for Frontal, Frontal Oblique and Rollover Incidents," SAE Int.