Annex A to Chapter 7 - Abnormal and Emergency Procedures, Abbreviated Checklists

[The following is an example only. Insert procedures that are used in your operation that are applicable to your Aeroplane as per the Aeroplane Flight Manual.]

Introduction

The abbreviated form of the Abnormal and Emergency Procedures Checklists follow.

COMMON PROCEDURES

ABNORMAL & EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - GENERAL PROCEDURES

A thorough knowledge of procedures is required to deal with Abnormal and Emergency Situations. It is impossible to provide guidance for all situations. Sound judgment must prevail. The following directions apply to all Abnormal and Emergency Situations.

  • * FLY THE AEROPLANE
  • * Silence any aural warning. Cancel and re-arm any visual alert.
  • * Identify the emergency or abnormal condition
  • * Take the appropriate action
EMERGENCY LANDING

For a landing following an airborne emergency or for any landing when the situation presents a significant hazard, the following points should be addressed:

  • - As soon as practical after the initial emergency actions, brief the FA or passengers. The amount of detail will vary depending on the time available. The briefing should be in the following format:
  • * Type of emergency
  • * Evacuation information
  • * Signals
  • * Time remaining
  • * Relocation of passengers
  • * Announcements
    • Advise ATC and any other relevant agencies of intentions and CFR requirements.
    • Secure all loose objects on the flight deck and in the cabin.
    • Ensure all crew and passenger seat belts and shoulder harnesses are secure and locked.
    • Review the applicable post landing procedures with all crew members.
    • If applicable: De-pressurize the Aeroplane and select the Emergency Lights to ON.
    • If appropriate, plan for an Evacuation once the Aeroplane comes to a stop.
    • Once the Aeroplane comes to a stop, specifically direct the passengers to remain seated and await instructions. Then, if appropriate, initiate the Evacuation drill.

ENGINE AND PROPELLER

SINGLE ENGINE PISTON AEROPLANE - ENGINE FAILURE - DURING TAKE-OFF, AFTER Vr
  • * Control — Directional Control
  • * Airspeed — Bestglide
  • * Landing site — Plan approach
  • * Causecheck — Time permitting
  • * MAYDAY ( 3X )
  • * Mixture — Idle Cut Off
  • * Fuel — Off
  • * Ignition — Off
  • * Flaps — a/r
  • * Gear — a/r
  • * Master — OFF
  • * Pax — Briefed
  • * Forced Landing — Prepare
  • * Evacuate — a/r
MULTI ENGINE AEROPLANE, ENGINE FAILURE - DURING TAKE-OFF, AFTER Vr
  • * Control — Directional Control YAW ROLL
  • * Airspeed — Min Blueline Vyse
  • * Mixtures — Both Full Rich
  • * Propellers — Both Full Fine
  • * Throttles — Both Full Forward
  • * Drag Check — Gear Flaps UP
  • * Identify Dead Foot — Dead Engine
  • * Verify Inoperative Engine
  • * Propeller — Feather
  • * Cause — Time Permitting
  • * Secure Engine
  • * Pax — Briefed
TURBINE MULTI ENGINE FAILURE/FIRE - DURING TAKE-OFF, AFTER V1
  • * Control — Directional Control & Min V2
  • * Power — Take-off Power + Uptrim
  • * Gear — UP
  • * Autofeather — Confirmed
  • >> WARNING <<
    Failure of the autofeather may require the pilot to perform the ENGINE FAILURE/FIRE/SEVERE DAMAGE Drill prior to 400 ft or safe altitude, and before Flap retraction
  • * Flaps — UP (At Safe Alt - Min 400 ft)
  • * Engine Failure/Fire Drill - Affected Engine
  • * POWER Lever — FLT IDLE
  • * Condition Lever — FUEL OFF
  • * Confirmed Feather — If reqd - ALTERNATE FEATHER
  • * AUX PUMP — OFF
  • * T-handle — Pull
  • * Engine Fire
  • * Extinguisher Switch — FWD BTL
  • * If Fire Warning persists after 30 sec:
  • * Extinguisher Switch — AFT BTL
  • * Engine Shutdown Check Ph. 2 (Page xx) — Complete
ENGINE FAILURE/FIRE - IN FLIGHT

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

ENGINE SHUTDOWN (IN FLIGHT)

Phase 1

  • Crew/Pax Briefing — Complete
  • Control — Direction & Min V2/Vclimb
  • Power — Max Continuous
  • Gear — a/r
  • Flaps — a/r

Affected Engine

  • (C) POWER Lever — FLT IDLE
  • (C) Condition Lever — FUEL OFF
  • Confirmed Feather — If reqd - ALTERNATE FEATHER
  • AUX PUMP — OFF
  • (C) T-handle — Pull

Phase 2

  • IGNITION-operating engine — MANUAL/ON
  • IGNITION-affected engine — OFF
  • POWER Levers — SET
  • HYD Press & Qty — Check
  • If abnormal
  • ENG HYD PUMP check (Page xx) — Complete
  • NOTE
    For ___% Flap Landing: Landing Field Length = ___% Flap Unfactored Landing Distance multiplied by Factor of ____
ENGINE HOT START, FAILED START, CLEARING PROCEDURE

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

PROPELLER OVERSPEED

[Insert the , checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane - provided of course, that your Aeroplane has propellers.]

FUEL SYSTEM

FUEL PRESS #1 or # 2 ENG

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

HYDRAULICS AND BRAKES

# 1 ENG HYD PUMP

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

LANDING GEAR

ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION
HAND PUMP

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

UNSAFE LANDING GEAR DOWN INDICATION

If any of the green gear locked down advisory lights fail to illuminate:

  • Gear Indication System — Test
  • Gear Status — Attempt to confirm visually
  • If unable to confirm gear down:
  • Alternate Landing Gear Extension - Hand Pump — Complete
  • >> WARNING <<
    Do not re-cycle landing gear up and then down to attempt safe gear indication. Additional damage to landing gear may occur.

FLIGHT CONTROLS

FLAPLESS LANDING

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

ICE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

AIRFRAME DE-ICE FAILURE

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

AIRFRAME AND FUSELAGE

AIRFRAME FIRE

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

FUSELAGE FIRE/SMOKE

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

RAPID DECOMPRESSION

[Insert the procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

OFF AERODROME LANDING

DITCHING

[Insert the passenger briefing/crew procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

FORCED LANDING

[Insert the passenger briefing/crew procedures, checks, and/or drills for your Aeroplane.]

GROUND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

ABORT
  • * POWER LEVERS — Both to Disc
  • * Braking — Maximum until stopped
  • * Reversing — a/r
  • * ATC/Traffic — Advised
  • * When Aeroplane has stopped — applicable drill/check
  • * Evacuation Drill — initiate if reqd
EVACUATION
  • * EMERGENCY BRAKES — SET
  • * Condition Levers — FUEL OFF
  • * T-Handle — Pull
  • * Extinguisher Switches — a/r
  • * EMERGENCY LIGHTS — ON
  • * AFTER PROPELLERS HAVE STOPPED
  • * Evacuation — Initiate
  • * Electrical Power Systems — OFF
FIRE/SMOKE ON THE GROUND
  • * Aeroplane — Stop
  • * ATC — Advise
  • * Passengers — Remain Seated/Standby
  • * Evacuation Drill — Initiate

 
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