NTSB Training Center.


Aircraft Cabin Operations

Partner Air Transport Association
Description This course covered aircraft occupant survivability issues, including case studies highlighting key components of accident survivability, cabin safety and emergency equipment. The material was presented in seminar and workshop format by staff from NTSB, NASA-Langley Research Center, and the FAA Civil Aerospace Medical Institute.

February 11-12, 2004

Location NTSB Training Center • 45065 Riverside Parkway • Ashburn, Virginia 20147
  • Introduction to crashworthiness
  • Flight attendant emergency procedures and training
  • Documentation of injuries and fatalities
  • Airport emergency response plans
  • Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF)
  • Search and rescue equipment and procedures
  • Discussion of advances in safety resources and investigative methods derived from accident case studies
Performance Results Upon completion of this course the participants were be able to:
  • Discuss factors affecting occupant survivability
  • Describe the importance of flight attendant emergency procedures training and airport emergency response plans
  • Document survival factors data in an aviation accident or incident
  • Acquire updated information on NASA and FAA crashworthiness programs
More Information Email TrainingCenter@ntsb.gov or call (571) 223-3900