Flashcards in Emergency/ Abnormal Procedures Deck (11):
(CA) What is the procedure for a REJECTED TAKEOFF?
(1) Thrust levers... IDLE
(2) Wheel brakes... MAXIMUM until safe stop
(3) Thrust reverser(s)... MAXIMUM
(FO) What are the FO procedures during a REJECTED TAKEOFF?
(1) Advise ATC
(2) Abort as necessary
(CA) Following a REJECTED TAKEOFF, when the airplane is stopped, what are your actions?
(1) Assess situation
(2) Appropriate PA announcement
(3) Evacuate if necessary.
Following a REJECTED TAKEOFF, if a decision to evacuate is made, what communication statement must be made to the FA for the fa to prepare for an evacuation?
(2) Specify if Evacuating or Expedited Deplaning
(FO) During an evacuation, of possible, where do you direct passengers?
(1) Past emergency vehicles
(3) Off of paved surfaces
During an evacuation, what emergency equipment should be removed from the cockpit as needed?
(1) Crash Axe
(2) Fire extinguisher
(3) Flash light
During QRC/ QRH procedures, which items would require the other pilot to confirm the action before it can be performed?
(1) Thrust levers
(3) Guarded switches
Define the elements of the NTSBO briefing
NATURE- conditions creating the emergency and expected landing condition
TIME- Available time for preparation before emergency landing
SIGNAL- Signal used for evacuation, expedited deplaning, or non-evacuation of the aircraft once it’s landed.
BRACE- Determine if/ when the brace position will be necessary
OTHER- Any other pertinent information
How is the BRACE command given, in flight?
Over PA “BRACE, BRACE, BRACE”
What are some conditions that would warrant a BRACE command?
(1) Water landing
(2) Gear issues
(3) Brake issues
(4) Any time the PIC deems it necessary.