6.4 Oxygen Systems and Safety/Emergency Equipment

Training Objective:

The crew member will be able to recognize the components of the fixed oxygen systems, be able to describe effective use of the systems in any onboard situation and be able to identify the location(s) and pre-flight serviceability checks of each piece of safety and emergency equipment onboard the operator's aircraft.

Scope:

Oxygen Systems
Safety/Emergency Equipment - General

6.4A Oxygen Systems

6.4A.1 Describe the components of the oxygen systems onboard the aircraft, including flight deck and cabin sources.

6.4A.2 Describe when each of the oxygen system components is used. Include description of use for first aid, decompression and supplemental purposes.

6.4A.3 Identify the location of the components of the oxygen systems including the location of O2 masks and spares.

6.4A.4 Identify alternate procedures to access oxygen masks when the system fails.

6.4A.5 Describe the crew communication procedures required to activate the oxygen systems.

6.4B Safety/Emergency Equipment - General

6.4B.1 Review the location of each piece of safety and emergency equipment the operator has available onboard each aircraft.

6.4B.2 Review the pre-flight serviceability checks associated with each piece of safety and emergency equipment.

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