What is cabin safety?
Cabin safety covers a range of procedures designed to keep both the aircraft and people safe. It includes fire prevention and fire fighting, effective communication, looking after sick passengers, recognising and dealing with dangerous goods, monitoring and dealing with disruptive or abusive passengers, aviation security, briefing passengers for normal flight and operating emergency exits and equipment in an emergency situation.
This course provides an overview of the processes and practices surrounding the regulation of cabin safety.
Based on the UK CAA’s own training programme for its Cabin Safety Inspectors and delivered by senior inspectors from the UK CAA, this course is designed to provide the foundation of knowledge required to train or oversee cabin safety.
Our Singapore courses are delivered by Singapore Aviation Academy. Please visit the SAA website for upcoming dates.
This training course will include the following topics:
- European Cabin Safety Legislation, including European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Implementing Rules and UK Guidance Material, relating to Cabin Crew, Procedures and Training
- Role of the Cabin Safety Office
- Inspections including: AOC Application and Variation, Annual Audits, Flight, Aircraft Survey, Pre-flight Briefings, Ramp, Operational Manuals (SEP and Training), Safety Cards, Training Sessions and Training Records
- Observation of Practical Examples (DVD) of Pre-flight Briefings, Theoretical and Practical Training Sessions and Cabin Announcements
- Documentation, including Identification of Noncompliance and Associated Reports
How to apply?
You can view, book and pay for our open access courses via our online booking system.
Alternatively, please contact our Training Team for more information.
T. +44 (0)330 0224401
- Duration: 3-day course
- Locations: London Gatwick
* Course delivered by Singapore Aviation Academy
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for you if you are responsible for training or oversight of cabin safety, either within a regulatory, or an operational environment.
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