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This is used to describe the location of emergency facilities and equipment. See the page Emergency for an introduction on its usage.
|emergency||ambulance_station||An ambulance station is a structure or other area set aside for storage of ambulance vehicles, medical equipment, personal protective equipment, and other medical supplies.|
|emergency||defibrillator||An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a first-aid device that automates the process of diagnosing life-threatening cardiac arrhythmia and performing defibrillation. Previously tagged as emergency=aed or medical=aed.|
|emergency||fire_extinguisher||A fire extinguisher is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergency situations.|
|emergency||fire_flapper||A flapper is a wildland firefighting tool also called a swatter or a beater. It is designed for extinguishing minor fires in rural areas such as heaths.|
|emergency||fire_hose||A fire hose is a high-pressure hose used to carry water or other fire retardant (such as foam) to a fire to extinguish it.|
|emergency||fire_hydrant||A fire hydrant is an active fire protection measure, and a source of water provided in most urban, suburban and rural areas with municipal water service or other water source to enable firefighters to tap into the municipal water supply to assist in extinguishing a fire.|
|emergency||water_tank||Stock tank for fire-fighting water.|
|emergency||fire_water_pond||A man made or natural pond with water for a fire department.|
|emergency||suction_point||A preferred point to pump water off a river or other waters for a fire department.|
|emergency||lifeguard_base||Base building of lifeguard. Main place for vehicles, equipment and centre of communication|
|emergency||lifeguard_tower||Tower used by lifeguard to watch and supervise swimmers in order to prevent drownings and other dangers.|
|emergency||lifeguard_platform||Platform used by lifeguard to watch and supervise swimmers in order to prevent drownings and other dangers. Building not so high as tower and mostly without walls and roof|
|emergency||lifeguard_place||A place where a lifeguard is on duty but without any building (tower or platform)|
|emergency||life_ring||Life rings to help save a life if someone is in the water.|
|emergency||assembly_point||Point or area, where people are crowd in a case of emergency|
|emergency||access_point||Access points in areas which are hard to access (see also highway=emergency_access_point)|
|emergency||phone||An emergency phone is specifically provided for making calls to emergency services. They may be found in places of danger or remote areas.|
|emergency||ses_station||A State Emergency Service is an Australian volunteer organisation that provides emergency help during and after declared (natural or otherwise) disasters.|
|emergency||siren||A siren is a loud noise maker. Most modern ones are civil defense, "air raid" sirens or tornado sirens.|
|emergency||user defined||All commonly used values according to Taginfo|
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