The Basic Fire drill requires a minimum of three cabin crew. What role should the 2nd crew member assume?
The first crew member to observe any smoke or flames becomes the fire fighter and must:
The 'Fire fighter' should obtain the nearest extinguishing agent. BCF, or a container of non alcoholic liquid for small non-electrical fires.
Investigate/attack the incident - stay low, check for heat and any spread of smoke and flames.
Call or signal another crew member who becomes the 'Communicator'.
The Communicator should initiate an All Stations Emergency call. Once contact is made with the Flight Deck, the Communicator should never disconnect the call, or remove the inter-phone from their ear.
The Back up crew member should bring what equipment with them?
PBE and 2nd BCF, as well as other equipment as required.
Heat protection gloves only
Select the correct order of actions, when encountering an oven incident.
Switch off electrical power supply. Implement basic fire drill. Keep door closed.
Implement basic fire drill. Keep door closed. Switch off electrical power supply.
Switch off electrical power supply. Keep door closed. Implement basic fire drill.
Oven door should be opened no more than 2-5 cm's when dealing with a suspected oven fire.
What should you do if you suspect fire in a compartment or behind a wall or ceiling panel?
Run away and hide
Advise Captain immediately and follow instructions. Then advise other crew members to obtain additional equipment.
Serve 76K her vodka lemonade with 2 cubes of ice and a slice of lemon
The crash axe can be used for survival after a crash, but also to pry open cabin panels to investigate compartment fires.
Waste bin fire. Cabin crew should...
Remove waste bin from the compartment, and fight the fire.
Leave the waste bin in place and spray BCF into waste bin flap.
Fire is made up of which three elements?
Fumes. Oxygen. Smoke
Heat. Oxygen. Fuel.
Fuel. Oxygen. Nitrogen.
Gas. Air. Heat.
If crew detect cabin fumes, they should Protect themselves, Communicate via Emerg All Stations call, Limit access to area and exposure to crew/pax. Investigate and monitor.
During depressurisation, which of the following may occur
Sudden boiling of liquids in containers
Mist forming in cabin
Air becoming cold and thin
Pain in ears and sinuses
What is the Time of Useful Consciousness at 35,000ft
Select ALL of the aircraft (cabin) indications of depressurisation
No smoking and Fasten seatbelt signs illuminate
Cabin lighting illuminates to max brightness
Oxygen Masks drop from PSU
Automated PA instructs PAX - repeats three times.
F/D manual oxy deployment switch is activated as a checklist item
Aircraft descends rapidly
The second step in the Depressurisation Check-list is..
Nearest oxygen mask........DON
Hypoxia is the same condition as Decompression sickness
Decompression sickness symptoms include: Joint pains, Chest pains, Visual impairment, Mental impairment, and Collapse.
If a passenger complains of pain in the sinus or ears during descent, you should tell them to: (select all appropriate answers).
Suck a sweet
Hold their nose and blow gently into their nose (Valsalva manoeuvre)
Run up and down the aisle
Put their fingers in their ears
CTRM stands for what?
Critical Test Result Management
Counter Threat Response Model
Level 4 of the CTRM is ..
Attack on Flight Deck
The flight deck is in lockdown, therefore no one is to enter or leave the flight deck until the aircraft is on the ground (with one exception).
SAAP stands for Suspicious
Sexy( Suspicious, Strange, Solid, Sexy ) Article Action Plan
Least R____ B_____ Location
There are three types of depressurisation. Explosive, sudden
strange( sudden, stable, suspicious, strange ), and Gradual.