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1

Starting the APU

Make sure cowl and wing AI switches are off
APU PWR FUEL switch.........ON
APU SOV OPEN status message
APU IN BITE status momentarily
APU RPM and EGT gagues displayed
APU DOOR OPEN status message
APU IN BITE status message out
APU START/STOP Switch.......ON
Start Light On
APU START status message on
Before 60% rpm - START light and APU START status message out
NOTE: 99% rpm + 2 seconds
AVAIL light on AC and DC electrical power..CHECK
Electrical Snynoptic Page
* Voltage, Frequency, and Load are in GREEN
* All AC and DC buses powered and lit green
* Battery Chargers operating on DC electrical synoptic page
Bleed Source Switch.. As Required
Bleed Valves Switch...As Required

2

Fire Detection System Test

Push test button for two seconds and check
* FIRE SYS OK advisory message is on
* Both MASTER WARNING lights come on
* LH ENG FIRE PUSH light is on
* RH ENG FIRE PUSH light is on
* APU FIRE PUSH light comes on
* BOTTLE 1 ARMED - PUSH TO DISCH light is on
* BOTTLE 2 ARMED - PUSH TO DISCH light comes on
* (APU)BOTTLE ARMED - PUSH TO DISCH light is on
* FWD and AFT CARGO SMOKE PUSH lights on
* CARGO FIREEX, BOTTLE ARMED - PUSH TO DISCH light comes on
You are looking for 11 lights to light up, all associated with engine, APU, and the 3 lights on lower center console for the cargo + the EICAS advisory message

3

When do you run the Fire Test?

Prior to starting the APU on the first flight of the day.  Make sure the battery master has been on for at least 30 seconds prior to starting test

4

Takeoff Configuration Warnings

Takeoff....Discontinue immediately
Refer to WARN tab for expanded procedures

5

Asymetric Braking / Loss of Braking


* Wheel brakes......Release momentarily
* ANTI-SKID switch..... OFF
* Wheel Brakes..... Reapply as Required
Refer to GEAR tab for expanded procedures

7

Engine Hot Start


* Affected Thrust Lever....Shut off
* Dry motor.......Until ITT < 120°C or starter limit, which ever comes first
* Affected engine, ENG STOPsw.... Stop
Refer to ENG tab for expanded procedures

8

L(R) Start Abort


* Affected Thrust Lever....Shut off
Dry motor.......Until ITT < 120°C or starter limit, which ever comes first
Affected engine, ENG STOP sw.... Stop
* Affected engine Start....Repeat
Refer to ENG tab for expanded procedures

9

Rejected Takeoff before Achieving V1

Simultaneously:
* Thrust Levers....IDLE
* Wheel Brakes....Maximum until a safe stop
* Thrust Reverser(s) [operating engine(s)]...Maximum, consistent with directional control
Refer to MISC tab for expanded procedures

10

Stall Recovery


* Autopilot...Disengage, if required
* Pitch Attitude...Lower nose to reduce AOA
* Thrust Levers...Advance to MAX POWER
* wings level
* Flight Spoiler lever....Select to Retract

11

ENG OVERSPD

Affected thrust lever.... Confirm AND Idle
Refer to ENG tab for expanded procedures

12

Cabin ALT or Emergency Descent


* Oxygen Masks.....DON and 100%
* Crew Comms......Establish
* No SMKG & SeatBlts switch....ON
* Descent.......Initiate to 10,000 ft or lowest safe ALT
* Thrust Levers.....IDLE
* Flight Spoilers......Deploy
Refer to AIR tab for expanded procedures

13

Ice Detector Test

* EICAS, PRI, and STAT pages....Select
DET TEST Switch....SELECT AND HOLD
* ICE light ON
* ICE caution message ON
* ADS HEAT TEST OK advisory message ON
DET TEST Switch..........RELEASE
* ICE light OUT
* ICE caution message OUT
* ADS HEAT TEST OK advisory message OUT

14

Rapid Decompression


* Oxygen masks....Don and 100%
* Crew Comms......Establish

15

Uncommanded Yaw Motion

* Controls: Assume manual control and counter aircraft motion using handwheel inputs
* Yaw Damper, Disc.: Select to disconnect both yaw dampers

16

Standard Takeoff Briefing

Designate Pilot Flying
State the flap setting to be used
Performance considerations
Departure runway
initial routing and altitude
Emergency briefing
Plans for emergency return to airport
single engine departure procedure/acceleration alt
location of EPC and QRH
Special considerations:
Windshear
Weather
Anti-ice/Holdover Time
Use of Radar
Use of continuous ignition
proposed taxi route and review of runway incursion hot spots
questions

17

Standard Emergency Briefing

If we have an engine fire or failure prior to V1, the pilot noting the malfunction shall call, ABORT, ABORT, and the captain will abort the takeoff. If we see any other malfunction bring it to the captain's attention and the captain will state, ABORT, ABORT, or CONTINUE

18

Standard Approach Briefing

type, name of approach, airport
index (chart) number, effective date
required visibility
frequency, inbound course
GS intercept altitude / FAF altitude
Step downs, DA/MDA/MAP
Approach speed, V APP
Runway/approach lighting description
Missed approach/go-around procedure
Acceleration altitude
Runway conditions
required landing distance appropriate for landing weight and conditions
Transfer of controls after landing
Intended turnoff and taxi route, including any runway crossings, expected hold short instructions, runway incursion hot spots encountered during taxi to gate
special instructions or considerations:
LASHO, NOTAMS, terrain, noise abatement, windshear, crosswinds, icing, contamination, etc.