Introduction to Cabin Crew
2.2.1/2.2.2 Understand the Role of Cabin Crew in Ensuring
The Safety and Security of Passengers and Crew
Key legislation in Aviation security pre, and in post flight
When an aircraft, already in a restricted area, is brought into service it must be checked to ensure that no unauthorized persons and no prohibited articles are on board of the aircraft. Cabin Crew should undertake the checks on the following occasions: The first flight of the day
Upon arrival after passengers have disembarked
When is the aircraft stopping at night
When there is a change of the Cabin Crew
Any of the suspicious items also should be checked this could potentially endanger the aircraft, crew and passengers; any left items by passengers can be identified and handed over to the ground staff.
Any members of the ground staff the aircraft should be clearly display an identification card (ID).
Crew should be vigilant and challenge anyone attempting to board an aircraft without a visible identification card.
Crew should always be at the open aircraft doors to carry out this important security checks.
Pre and Post Flight Cabin Crew Security Check-list
The checks can be only carried out when there is none of the Ground Staff such as cleaners, caterers or passenger on board of the aircraft. Checks under the passenger seats (including life jacket stowage) Seat pockets should be checked inside
Seats check for any blankets or pillows which should be moved to check that they are not hiding anything. Overhead luggage lockers
Galley areas checks for any suspicious items
Inside and around oven
Empty stowage even lockers must be opened and checked
Toilets visual checks for any tempering and graffiti
Toilets cupboards and stowage should be checked
Toilets waste bins and water heater access panels to be opened and checked Wardrobes, storage cupboards and any other spaces that passengers might have a...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document