Safety and Emergency Procedures Course

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Safety Emergency Procedures Course
SEP – Initial/Recurrent

Flight attendants performing onboard safety briefing.

OBJECTIVES

The Safety and Emergency Procedures course, is a mandatory requirement for all pilots and cabin crew. The course is designed to all crew members with the focus on their behavior and guidance of passengers in emergency situations.

The course has theoretical lectures  in the classroom and practical training in specific facilities for wet drill, fire and smoke hands-on training. All safety and emergency procedures will be covered in a tailor-made course for each aircraft type.

The course aims to give proficiency on the handling of:

  • Doors and Slides
  • Breathing masks, smoke hoods
  • Live rafts and survival kits
  • Lifejackets and other floating devices
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fire axe and crowbars
  • Emergency lighting and torch
  • Megafone
  • Hand Flares and emergency flashlights
  • First aid kit and emergency medical equipment
  • Other emergency equipment aircraft specific.

DURATION

Initial Course

  • Theoretical instruction: 07h
  • Practical Training: 03h (Wet drill, firefighting and smoke drill)

Recurrent

  • Theoretical Instruction : 7h

CONTENTS

DAY 1

  • Definition of emergency
  • Emergency Briefing
  • Life jackets
  • Breathing equipment
  • Effects of smoking in closed areas
  • Hypoxia
  • Location and use of all emergency equipment on board
  • Equipment for fire fighting
  • Safety Procedures
  • Lopa
  • Emergency exits, slide rafts
  • Handling of very lights
  • Survival in the sea, polar regions, desert and jungle.
  • Ditching procedures

DAY 2 – Only for the Initial Course

  • Fire fighting
  • Orientation in a smoke environment
  • Wet drill

PRE-REQUISITES

Be qualified as pilot or cabin crew in commercial aircrafts.

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