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Cabin Safety Operations
Many aircraft accidents are survivable and a significant contributory factor can be the effectiveness of the cabin safety procedures including the activities of the cabin crew.
This course will introduce those factors which a regulator will need to include in an oversight regime and how they might be included in a practical cabin safety oversight programme.
The following topics will be addressed:
EU Regulations Cabin Safety Requirements
- The cabin safety requirements of Part Aircrew and Part Air Regulations
Number and Composition of Cabin Crew
- Examples of aeroplane types to include narrow bodied and wide-bodied aeroplanes, types of exits, etc.
Cabin Crew Training
- Initial training;
- Senior cabin crew member training;
- Single cabin crew operations and related training;
- Conversion and differences training;
- Recurrent training;
- Refresher training.
Cabin Safety Inspection Programme
- Aircraft survey;
- Demonstration/proving flight;
- Ramp inspection;
- Cabin crew pre-flight briefing;
- Cabin flight Inspection;
- Cabin Crew 0perating Manual and Training Manual;
- Cabin crew training course;
- Cabin crew training records.
Passenger Safety Information
- Passenger safety cards;
- Pre-flight briefings including videos;
- Briefing of passengers in an emergency;
- Emergency evacuation procedures;
- Relevance to the 25.803 demonstration test.
- To obtain a detailed knowledge of the EU Regulations related to cabin safety requirements and their implementation.
- How to establish a cabin safety inspection programme.
Who should take this course
Regulators - Flight 0perations Inspectors and Cabin Safety Inspectors.
Basic working knowledge of EU regulations as they relate to cabin safety.
3 days, starting at 9:00 and ending at approximately 17:00 all days.