- room in a hotel or club set apart for smokers
- Smoking is not allowed in this room.
- I forbid smoking in my room.
- Please refrain from smoking in this room.
- The room smelled like someone had been smoking.
- Tom didn't stop smoking, so Mary left the room.
- Would you mind not smoking in this room?
- I don't want anyone smoking at the meeting room.
- He was caught smoking in the rest room.
- I would like a non-smoking room
- It isn't a problem as long as I come back into the room right after finishing smoking, is it?
- .3 Training manuals A training manual shall be provided in each crew mess room and recreation room or in each crew cabin. The training manual shall be written in the working language of the ship. The training manual, which may comprise several volumes, shall contain the instructions and the information required in this paragraph in easily understood terms and illustrated wherever possible. Any part of such information may be provided in the form of audio-visual aides in lieu of the manual. The training manual shall explain the following in detail: .1 general fire safety practice and precautions related to the dangers of smoking, electrical hazards, flammable liquids and similar common shipboard hazards; .2 general instructions on fire-fighting activities and fire-fighting procedures including procedures for notification of a fire and use of manually operated call points; .3 meanings of ship’s alarms; .4 operation and use of fire-fighting systems and appliances; .5 operation and use of fire doors; .6 operation and use of fire and smoke dampers; and .7 escape systems and appliances. .4 Fire control plans Fire control plans have to comply with the requirements of Regulation II-2/A/13. 16. Operations NEW CLASS B, C, D AND EXISTING CLASS B SHIPS: