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Cabin Crewmember

A crew member who performs, in the
interest of safety of passengers, duties
assigned by the operator or the pilot-incommand of the aircraft, but who shall not act
as a flight crew member.

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CABIN SAFETY
WHAT IS SAFETY
“ Safety is the state in which the risk of harm

to persons or of property damage is reduced
to, and maintained at or below, an acceptable
level ,through a continuing process of hazard
identification and risk management”. ( Doc
9859)
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by reducing or eliminating hazards with the potential for creating injuries and causing damage”. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 33 .CABIN SAFETY “Cabin Safety is aimed at minimizing risks to occupants of the aircraft. “Cabin safety focuses on providing a safer environment for the occupants of the aircraft”.

CABIN SAFETY The Stakeholders in Safety (Doc 9859)  aviation professionals Flight Crew.  Cabin Crew.  ATCo’s and  Aircraft Maintenance Personnel  Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 4 .

 Training Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 55 .CABIN CREWMEMBER MANUAL STANDARD How do we get the Cabin Crewmembers to achieve the objective.

GUIDANCE FOR CABIN SAFETY MANUAL ICAO CABIN ATTENDANT MANUAL DOC 7192 F/A TRAINING MANUAL DOC 9859 SAFETY MANAGEMENT MANUAL Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 66 .

CABIN CREWMEMBER MANUAL (CCM) STANDARD CAA Requirement Past history Transport Canada documents Operators assistance Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 77 .

General Procedures  Chapter 2Safety Equipment  Chapter 3.Emergency Procedures  Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 88 .CCM MANUAL STANDARD Contents of SEP manual – 8 Chapters  Three chapters according to order of priority Chapter 1.

CCM MANUAL STANDARD Miscellaneous Chapters Chapter  Chapter  Chapter  Chapter  Chapter  45678- Aircraft Specific Security Procedures First Aid Dangerous Goods Training Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 99 .

Issuance of Cabin Crewmember Certificate. Civil Aviation Authority – Sri Lanka 2. Requirements for cabin crewmembers 3. Cabin Crewmember Responsibility Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 10 10 . 4.CCM MANUAL STANDARD  General Procedure 1.

Safety Briefings.CCM MANUAL STANDARD General Procedures ( contd.7 types of briefings/ announcements 6. all announcements during flight are considered safety briefings as it involves passenger safety. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 11 11 .) 5.

Pre Departure 2. Landing/Taxi 9. Descent 7. Climb 5. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 12 12 . Approach 8. Arrival. Taxi 3. Take-of 4.CCM MANUAL STANDARD  Cabin Crewmember Responsibilities/Dutiesphases of flight. Cruise 6. 1.

.CCM MANUAL STANDARD Carriage of guide/ service animals  Cabin Safety is aimed at minimizing risks to occupants of the aircraft. by reducing or eliminating hazards with the potential for creating injuries and causing damage. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 13 13 .  Cabin safety focuses on providing a safer environment for the occupants of the aircraft.

Correct location Correct number Free from obstruction Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 14 14 . 3.CCM MANUAL STANDARD  Chapter 2.F) 1. 2.Safety Equipment Mandatory pre flight safety check( C.C.

CCM MANUAL STANDARD  Chapter 3. Fuelling with passengers 5. Fire 4. Cabin pressurization/ Decompression 3. Evacuations Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 15 15 .Emergency Procedures 1. Turbulence 2.

) 6. Evacuation vs rapid de-planement Evacuation commands Prepared emergency landing/ditching Bracing Positions Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 16 16 . 9. 7. 8.CCM MANUAL STANDARD  Emergency Procedures ( contd.

Missed approach Rejected take of Propeller over speed on runway Incapacitated flight crewmember Incapacitated CCM Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 17 17 . 11.CCM MANUAL STANDARD  Emergency Procedures ( contd. 13. 12.) 10. 14.

Unique features Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 18 18 . Opening/closing of door 2.Aircraft Specific  Specific Features of Aircraft. Arming / disarming procedures 3. Communication system 4.CCM MANUL STANDARD  Chapter 4 . 1.

Security Procedures. Security Procedures shall be in conformance with the approved security manual of the airline. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 19 19 .CCM MANUAL STANDARD Chapter 5.

Dangerous Goods  in conformance with the approved manual of the airline Chapter 8. Chapter 7. Training  Requirements as per Transport Canada Manual Standard.  Requirements as per Transport Canada Manual Standard.First Aid. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 20 20 .CCM MANUAL STANDARD Chapter 6.

hence we are pleased to share the Cabin Crewmember Manual Standard with any authority or any operator who wishes it so.CCM MANUAL STANDARD  We at CAA Sri Lanka strongly believe that there is no “ Copy Rights Reserved” for aviation knowledge. Thank You. Civil Aviation Authority of Sr 21 21 .