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T or FYou may also fill out a fatigue report for informational purposes only i.e. Hotel issues, rolling maintenance delays True
(14CFR 121.533, 121.535 The captain is solely responsible for his aircraft, crew and passengers. He is the final authority in Flight Operations matters (e.g., boarding, fueling, maintenance, etc.). If he is not sure the operation can be safely executed, then the operation
SMS COMPONENTS • Policy – Clearly defined policies, procedures, organizational structure, and accountabilities• Risk Management – Formal system of hazard identification, risk assessment, risk management, resource allocation, and system monitoring• Safety Assurance –
?? A fatigue report is required with _____ after your trip has ended if you've called our fatigue 24 HOURS
Flight Attendants are required to keep the FAM _______ and have it. ———— at his/her duty station when performing assigned duties. Flight Attendants are required to keep the FAM up-to-date and have itaccessible at his/her duty station when performing assigned duties. I
With primary consideration toward safety, all PSA Airlines, Inc. operationswill be conducted in compliance with ; which 3 departments? Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), Transportation Security Regulations (TSRs) and Department ofTransportation (DOT) Regulations.
14 CFR 121.137) The FAM must be maintained current at all times.
List theSequence of Command 1. Captain2. First Officer3. Flight AttendantDual Class Aircraft -3. FWD Flight Attendant4. AFT Flight Attendant
Crew Resource Management (CRM) Crew Resource Management is the effective use of all resources includingsoftware, hardware and human-ware, to achieve safe and efficient flightoperations.
(14 CFR 121.467 Rest RequirementsRest begins from the time a flight attendant is relieved from duty until he/she is required to report for duty. When a flight attendant has a duty period of 14hours or less, the flight attendant must receive at least 9 consecutive hou
Scuba diving Therefore, flight attendants are prohibitedfrom scuba diving within twenty-four (24) hours of reporting for flight duty.
Blood donation In no case will a crewmember perform flight duties within seventy-two (72)hours after a blood donation. Flight attendants must notify and obtain approvalfrom the Manager of Inflight Services prior to donating blood.
Fatigue Fatigue refers to a physiological state in which there is a decreased capacity to perform cognitive tasks and an increased variability in performance as a function of time on task. Fatigue is also associated with tiredness, weakness, lack of energy, let
Symptoms of Physical Fatque -Yawning -Heavy Eye Lids-Eye Rubbing -Nodding off-Headache
Symptoms of Mental Fatque -Difficultly Concentrating -Forgetfulness-Poor Decision / Slow Reaction-Failure to anticipate threats-Failure to thoroughly communicate
Symptoms of Emotional Fatque -More Queit than normal -Lack of Energy -Lack of Motivation -Irritable or grumpy-Heightened emotional sensitivity
Sleep Disorder Sleep disorders involve any difficulties relating to sleep, including difficultly falling or staying asleep, falling asleep at inappropriate times, excessive total sleep time, or abnormal behaviors associated with sleep. This can result in sleep loss and
Circadian Rhythm Our circadian rhythm is best described as an internal biological clock that regulates our body functions, based on our wake/ sleep cycle. Circadian rhythms are not only important in determining sleep cycles but also in feeding patterns. There are clear pa
How can you prevent Fatque -Sleep well at home before any flight/ trip begins.-Use caffeine strategically.-Eat regular to maintain your energy level -Exercising regularly -Avoid sleeping pills
In regards to rest, What is a FA's responsibility? As a PSA Airlines FA is it your responsibility to ensure you are getting adequate rest and taking fatigue contributing factors into consideration i.e. Personal stress, commuting, general health, experience, etc.
How Can lack of sleep affect the FA job Fatque is the workplace could potentially result poor decision making or inattention to detail in cases such as a medical emergency, unaccompanied minor, or any other required flight attendant duties.
What is it "Fatque Risk Management PLAN"? Non disciplinary reporting program for Fatigue call outs. If a crew member believes he/ she is experience in the side effects from fatigue they are encouraged to call out fatigue for the safety of yourself, your passengers, and your colleagues.
A Fatque reports is required with _____ hours after your trip has ended if you called our fatigue. 24
Fatigue Risk Mamagement Committe The Fatique Risk Management Committee meets monthly, or needed and is responsible for determining root cause and corrective action for the Fatique Event
FAA Flight , Duty and Rest Regulation14CFR 121.456Duty Period Limitation Flight attendants may be scheduled up to 14 hours at each duty period. However, a flight attendant in not considered to be scheduled for duty in which excess of duty period limitations if the flight assigned are scheduled and normally terminate within the
FAA Flight , Duty and Rest Regulation14CFR 121.456Rest Requirements Rest begins from the time a flight attendant is relieved from duty until he/she is required to report for duty. When a flight attendant has a duty period of 14 hours or less, the flight attendant must receive at least 9 consecutive hours of rest between c
?? What IS Fatique ?? A physicological state in which there is a decreased capacity to perform cognitive tasks and an increased variablility in performance as a function of time on task.
??How is Hazard/ safety event reported Submit an Operation Report , calling. The 1-800 Safety Hotline, or emailing DL PSA [email protected]
?? What is SMS System approach to managing hazards and risks
14 CFR 121.467 ?? Flight attendants may be scheduled up to 14 hours for each duty period
(14 CFR 91.17, 14 CFR Part 120, 49 CFR Part 40) Company Alcohol and Drug Regulations(14 CFR 91.17, 14 CFR Part 120, 49 CFR Part 40)Crewmembers will not use intoxicants while on duty, any time while inuniform, or within twelve (12) hours of a duty assignment, including thebeginning of any re
Crewmembers will not use intoxicants while on duty, any time while inuniform, or within twelve (. ) hours of a duty assignment, including thebeginning of any reserve period 12
Company policy considers having (. )percent by weight, or more, alcohol inthe blood to be "under the influence". Company policy considers having (0.02 )percent by weight, or more, alcohol inthe blood to be "under the influence".
Prescriptions and Over-The-Counter Drugs (14 CFR 91.17). Crewmembers may not fly when using drugs that affect their mental orphysical abilities. Such drugs should not be used within twelve (12) hours ofassuming duties aboard an aircraft or while o Prescriptions and Over-The-Counter DrugsCrewmembers may not fly when using drugs that affect their mental orphysical abilities. Such drugs should not be used within twelve (12) hours ofassuming duties aboard an aircraft or while on duty.
14 CFR 120.117, 49 CFRPart 40). Anti-Drug Program The FAA requires PSA Airlines to have an established drug test program. Theprogram requires the testing of crewmembers for five specific drugs, whichare:• Marijuana• Cocaine• Phencyclidine (PCP)• Opiates• Amphetamines
(14 CFR 120.117, 120.201). Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program (14 CFR 120.117, 120.201). The FAA requires PSA Airlines to have an established alcohol misuseprevention program. Testing will be performed as follows:• Random (before, during and after duty)• Post-accident (wit
Class #1Hazard Explosives
Class #2Hazard Gas
Class #3Hazard Flammable Liquid and concentrated liquid
Class #4 Flammable solid
Class 5 Hazard Oxidizer and organic peroxide
Class6Hazard Poison
Class 7Hazard Radioactive
Class 8Hazard Corrosive
Class 9 Hazard Miscellaneous
Biohazard materials List the class 6
Chemical mace is prohibited in the (. ) but is permitted in (. ) Chemical mace is prohibited in the cabin but is permitted in checked baggage
PSA Flights are limited to. ________ lbs or less of dryice per aircraft in any combination of air cargo, carry-on, or checked baggage. limited to 50 lbs (22.3 Kg)
Carriage of Human Organs.Unescorted human How will this be transported? shipments will be carried in the cargo compartment.
Carriage of Human Organs.Escorted human organ Escorted human organ shipments are permitted in the passenger cabin provided the shipment is properly and securely stowed as a carry-on.
List Hazzard signs. How many signs 9
Canned recreational oxygen products. ( are / are not ) forbidden in the aircraft cabin (including carry-on baggage) and in checked baggage by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Hazardous Materials Regulations. Although some Are forbidden in the aircraft

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