– Review the location and operation of each piece of Emergency Equipment during the Preflight Check.
-Silently perform the 30- Second Review including each question and the appropriate response every time seated in the FA Jumpseat for each take-off and landing.
It is permissible for the CA to deviate from prescribed procedures in an Emergency if he/she deems it necessary to ensure safety.
B, Ensure passengers remain calm and informed throughout emergency
C. Instruct passengers to assume a brace position in an emergency landing.
D. Command a swift evacuation of the A/C when warrented through all useable exits.
B. Direct evacuation at usable exits
C. Search Cabin to ensure all passengers & crew have evacuated, time permitting
D. Remove emergency equipment from A/C, time permitting
E. Assist CA & FO with assembling the passengers a safe distance from A/C.
B. Speaking in a load agitated voice
C. Attempting to interfere with crew member duties
B Convey to the passenger the need for their cooperation and attention.
C. As an last resort if necessary to keep the individual distracted and to assist them through the emergency situation.
D. Restrain the passenger in order to prevent them from causing harm to themselves or others, as a last resort.
E. Restrain the passenger if they attempt to impede or compromise the FA’s ability to ensure the safety of the flight
Lack of movement or response
B. Assign an ABP buddy to assist the passenger through the emergency situation.
conflicting airport traffic
poor weather conditions
Step 2: Follow instructions from flight deck
Step 3 : Command Passengers
Sparks from electrical panel
Fumes from fuel
FAs should use their best judgement to decided whether of not they should notify CA if they discover a potentially dangerous situation or condition onboard the A/C.
The AFT FA should remain in cabin
FA becomes incapacitated during flight it is permissible, with the CA’s concurrence to brief and assign an ABP to occupy the AFT FA Jumpseat for landing.
Have minimal or no instruction assistance from flight deck
Usually occurring during taxi, takeoff, and landing
have coordinated course of actions between flight deck and cabin crew.
Have time available to prepare cabin passengers for landing
Emergency Light Illuminate
Say: Shout Brace commands
B. Evacution command is received from flight deck
Assist as needed
B. Water about the sill
D. Excessive height from the ground
Stand Back hold people back
You grab the life line
You attach the life line to the eyelid
Check flight Deck for crewmembers
Obtain emergency equipment
Leave A/C if imminent danger is present
Inflate FA life vest after exiting A/C
opening exits and commanding evacuation
assisting other passengers to Evacuation
Maintain control of passengers
non working law enforcement
Use Signaling Devices
Organize a camp
Intermittently exercise rest to increase stamina
Stay in Area
Designate an Area for personnel sanitation
Stay Clear of the A/C
Huddle with other passengers for heat
Wring out wet clothing