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1

What is initial PA used in event of unplanned emergency on ground - RTO or incident during taxi?

ATTENTION CREW - AT STATIONS

2

When is ATTENTION CREW - AT STATIONS PA used?

On ground only as soon as aircraft has stopped with park brake set, at anytime after the doors have closed for departure until opened again for disembarkation. It should be prioritised alongside any initial actions required by the QRH.

3

If after initial PA has been made the captain believes there is no present threat to the aircraft and an evacuation is unlikely, what announcement should be made?

PASSENGERS AND CREW REMAIN SEATED AND AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS.

4

If a passenger evacuation is required what PA should be made?

Before activating the evacuation alarm the Captain should announce on the PA -

THIS IS AN EMERGENCY - EVACUATE EVACUATE.

5

What guidance over the PA is given concerning hazards at the doors?

HAZARD AT --------

6

What steps are taken if an RAPID DISEMBARKATION is required.

Call the SCCM to the flight deck using the alert call.

Give a NITS brief.

Make an announcement to the crew and passengers using the PA.

7

What is the ALERT CALL?

WILL THE SENIOR CABIN CREW MEMBER REPORT TO THE FLIGHT DECK IMMEDIATELY.

8

What announcement is made if a RAPID DISEMBARKATION is required?

ATTENTION ATTENTION - THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. ALL PASSENGERS MUST LEAVE THE AIRCRAFT VIA THE NEAREST BOARDING DOOR IN A QUICK AND ORDERLY MANNER. LEAVE ALL PERSONAL ITEMS BEHIND.

9

Who can make the rapid disembarkation announcement?

The captain and SCCM if no pilots.

10

After the rapid disembarkation announcement is made should the EVAC alarm be used?

No!

11

What sections should be made after the rapid disembarkation announcement?

Crew to check cabin and toilets clear.

12

If passengers are evacuated onto an apron or taxiway what actions should be taken?

Passengers accompanied by cabin crew member wearing tabard.
Megaphone taken for crowd control.
Mobile phones NOT to be used.
Passengers to be moved to a safe area.

13

How far away should passengers be moved in the event of a fuel spill?

Passengers should be moved upwind - upslope and at least 15 metres - 50 feet from the spill.