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The Presentation.

Our interactive presentation will provide a greater understanding of what to do in an emergency. Your colleagues will learn:

  • The importance of taking time to watch the Pre-flight Safety Demonstration and to use the elements in the demonstration to formulate a plan of what to do in any aircraft emergency situation including a full aircraft evacuation.
  • The value of locating their nearest and alternative emergency exit and understanding what types of exits they are and how they are operated.
  • The use and operation of their seat belt. It is important to understand why an aircraft seat belt is different from other, more familiar seat belts like car type seat belts. We will also discuss the importance of muscle memory techniques.
  • The use of the drop-down oxygen masks in a decompression. This will include an explanation of what a decompression is, the effect of Hypoxia, the operation of the oxygen systems and an explanation of the emergency descent procedure.
  • The use of the life jacket following a ditching (aircraft landing on water), including its location, correct fitting, features and when to use it and when not to use it. This will include a demonstration of the inflation of a ‘live’ life jacket.
  • Why, when and how to adopt the correct Brace Position. This will include an explanation of its evolution and its importance in saving lives in an emergency landing. Your colleagues will practise adopting the correct position.

The Options and Cost.

The presentation is normally delivered to an audience size of approximately 20 to 30 delegates. However, much larger audience sizes can be accommodated.

Up to 30 Delegates.

One morning OR one afternoon presentation

£700

One morning AND one afternoon presentation

£1200

Over 30 Delegates.

One morning OR one afternoon presentation

£900

One morning AND one afternoon presentation

£1400

Other charges include travelling and transport expenses depending on the distance from Gatwick Airport and also hotel accommodation if required.

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