A line or rope which raises or lowers a deep-sea diver.
A line from a vessel that people in a body of water can cling to to save themselves from drowning.
means a flexible line for connection of components of a personal fall arrest system.
connects the wearer of a lifejacket with a harness to the boat, recommended for singlehanded, night and offshore boating.
line that raises or lowers a deep-sea diver
line thrown from a vessel that people can cling to in order to save themselves from drowning
a line or rope used to support a person who is in physical difficulty, such as a person who is at risk of drowning
a line run around the weather deck which provides either a handhold or a place on which to snap one's safety harness hook in heavy weather
a vertical dashed line on a sequence diagram that represents the life of a given object
A line in a Sequence Diagram that indicates the duration of an Object.
cable running through stanchions along the deck of the boat to help make the deck more secure and prevent crew members from falling overboard
1. any rope or line thrown overboard to rescue a drowning person; 2. any line attached to a person for safety reasons
a cable fence that surrounds the deck to assist in the prevention of crew falling overboard
Safety lines on deck that are grabbed to prevent falling overboard.
A component consisting of a flexible line that connects to an anchorage at one end to hang vertically (vertical lifeline), or that connects to anchorages at both ends to stretch horizontally (horizontal lifeline), and which serves as a means for connecting other components of a personal fall arrest system to the anchorage.
line running between the bow and stern of a boat to which the crew can attach themselves to prevent them from being separated from the boat.