CAA Paper 2009/01: Cabin Crew Fire Training

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Reference:CAA Paper 2009/01
Title:Cabin Crew Fire Training
Description:This Paper reviews cabin crew fire training, visits were made to training organisations and a web site was used to elicit comments from trainers and crew. Fire training in similar environments where evacuation can be difficult e.g. submarines is compared with the aviation situation. Data looking at fire incidents is analysed. Twenty-four recommendations are made which are subjected to a pre-regulatory impact assessment.
Review Comment:None
Date:23 April 2009
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