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  • Welcome to The KA I-Training Portal, or Virtual classroom .This course is the Flight Crew SEPT training tutorial which is accredited by the SA CAA .Andhas been developed in accordance with the SA CAA regulations of 1997 , It is a requirement that all pilots under go this training every 12 months.KA I-Training Your Interactive Online Aviation Safety Training Resource.This SEPT course has been developed in accordance with the SA CAA regulations of 1997 , It is a requirement that all pilots under go this training every 12 months.
  • Welcome to The KA I-Training Portal, or Virtual classroom .This course is the Flight Crew SEPT training tutorial which is accredited by the SA CAA .Andhas been developed in accordance with the SA CAA regulations of 1997 , It is a requirement that all pilots under go this training every 12 months.KA I-Training Your Interactive Online Aviation Safety Training Resource.This SEPT course has been developed in accordance with the SA CAA regulations of 1997 , It is a requirement that all pilots under go this training every 12 months.
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    1. 1. Module Four Flight Crew SEPT TutorialYOUR INTERACTIVE ONLINEAVIATION SAFETYTRAINING RESOURCE 1
    2. 2. MODULE FOUREMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
    3. 3. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT FIRST AID KIT The following items must be included in a first aid kit:  Bandages.  Burn dressings.  Wound dressings.  Adhesive tape, safety pins and scissors.  Small adhesive dressings.  Antiseptic wound cleaner.  Adhesive wound closures.  Adhesive tape.
    4. 4. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTFIRST AID KIT cont. Disposable resuscitation aid. Simple analgesic eg paracetamol. First aid handbook. Splints, suitable for upper and lower Splints. Ground/air visual signal code for use by survivors. Disposable gloves. And a list of contents in at least two languages (English and one other).
    5. 5. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT CRASH AXE  Required on all aircraft  Lethal looking equipment  Handle is insulated  Break through Bulk Heads for electrical fires
    6. 6. SEATBELT EXTENSIONS AND BELLY-LOOPSo Extension seatbelts for obese passengers
    7. 7. SEATBELT EXTENSIONS AND BELLY-LOOPSo Belly loops used as a restraining devices for infants
    8. 8. PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLESFirst aid oxygen is required to be carried on all aircraft where a cabin crew member is required.Oxygen bottles vary in size.As a standard, bottles have two oxygen outlets, namely 2l/min and 4l/min, and 1 mask attached to the 4l outlet.
    9. 9. PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLESFirst aid oxygen is required to be carried on all aircraft where a cabin crew member is required.The first aid oxygen is for medical use during flight, as well as for use following a decompression.
    10. 10. PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLESFirst aid oxygen is required to be carried on all aircraft where a cabin crew member is required.The oxygen bottle should be returned to its stowage when the PSI indicator reaches 500psi, to reserve a small oxygen for emergencies which might arise.
    11. 11. PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES Pre flight check Before every flight the pilot must check the following on the oxygen cylinder :-a) Dateb) PSI gauge in the redc) Wire seal intactd) Secure in Brackete) Mask attached
    12. 12. OXYGEN BOTTLE ADMINISTRATION:-Inform Captain if oxygen isused.Update Captain and snag bottle in Cabin DefectLogbook/flight folio.
    13. 13. OXYGEN BOTTLEHow To Use the medicalOxygen
    14. 14. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TO Remove oxygen bottle fromstowage.
    15. 15. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TOCheck PSI. Turn bottle on, andcheck the flow of oxygen bycovering mask with hand.
    16. 16. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TOSwitch bottle off, and secure tobody, wipe make-up frompassenger face.
    17. 17. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TOSwitch bottle on, place maskover passenger nose andmouth.
    18. 18. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TOSecure bottle under seat.
    19. 19. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TOStay with passenger andmonitor.
    20. 20. OXYGEN BOTTLE HOW TOWhen passenger no longerrequires oxygen remove maskfrom face, and switch off
    21. 21. OXYGEN BOTTLE:- HOW TOTo Recap1. Inform Captain.2. Remove oxygen bottle from stowage.3. Check PSI. Turn bottle on, and check the flow of oxygen by covering mask with hand.4. Switch bottle off, and secure to body, wipe make-up from passenger face.5. Switch bottle on, place mask over passenger nose and mouth.6. secure bottle under seat.7. stay with passenger and monitor.8. when passenger no longer requires oxygen,9. remove mask from face, and switch off.Update Captain and snag bottle in Cabin DefectLogbook/flight folio.
    22. 22. Module Four Flight Crew SEPT TutorialYOUR INTERACTIVE ONLINEAVIATION SAFETYTRAINING RESOURCE 22

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