Emergency and Safety Equipment Training Recurrent

“Safety first”! Is our highest priority on board an aircraft.

In an abnormal situation on board it is important for the crew to quickly recognize and classify the dangers, to know exactly what to do to bring the situation under control before it becomes catastrophic. Our courses are proactive, fun and they prepare the students for every eventuality.

Our  Recurrent Emergency and Safety Equipment Training course is designed to maintain the level of proficiency and refreshes the knowledge in skills used in normal and emergency situations relevant to Business Aviation. In accordance to regulations, each crew member must undergo regular repeating ESET/SEP training. The course consists of the theoretical and practical training, as well as individual practice and ensures that you will be trained in such a realistic setting that you will be capable to handle all kinds of normal and abnormal situations on board afterwards.

Course Syllabus - Recurrent Emergency and Safety Equipment Training 

Every 12 month

  • Location and use of PBE and personal smoke hoods
  • Location and use of fire extinguishers (Halon and water )
  • Location and use of oxygen dispensing equipment
  • Donning of life jackets
  • Rescue at sea drill in the pool
  • Decompression Procedures
  • Security procedures
  • Location and use of emergency exits
  • Emergency evacuation procedures
  • Fire fighting procedures
  • Life raft usage, location and familiarization
  • Pilot incapacitation
  • Surface Contamination awareness
  • Slow and rapid decompression
  • Emergency procedures including pilot incapacitation
  • Evacuation procedures including crowd control techniques
  • Opening normal&emergency exits for passenger evacuation
  • The location and handling of emergency equipment incl. O2

Every three years additional

  • The operation of all other exits including flight deck windows
  • Use of flight crew’s oxygen system
  • Use of pyrotechnics
  • Use of life-rafts or slide-rafts
  • Training in the event of the incapacitation of members of the flight crew including: Functions and use of the cockpit seats
  • Realistic and practical fire-fighting, including donning and using protective breathing equipment in an enclosed and smoke-filled environment


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