Previous cabin safety bulletins have been archived. You can view old copies on the National Library of Australia's Trove website.
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Cabin safety bulletin 20 Unruly and disruptive passengers
This bulletin provides operator guidance in relation to unruly or disruptive passengers. The bulletin has been archived from the our website and can be found on Trove.
Cabin safety bulletin 22 Protocol to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in returning to line operations
The purpose of this bulletin is to provide enhanced health and safety guidance to operators as increasingly cabin crew members are required to operate expanded crew rosters.
Cabin safety bulletin 23 Digital learning
The purpose of this cabin safety bulletin is to guide you on designing, developing and using digital learning for cabin crew safety training.
Cabin safety bulletin 24 Line operations post industry exemption
This Cabin Safety Bulletin is to guide those managing and supporting crew members now returning to line operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cabin safety bulletin 25 Emergency evacuation and occupant survivability
The purpose of this bulletin is to emphasise the importance of evacuation procedures using aerobridges, stairs, slides and slide rafts. Providing cabin crew with opportunities to practice those skills during initial and recurrent training programs.…
Cabin safety bulletin 26 Brace and evacuation commands
The purpose of this bulletin is to emphasise how important the practical application of procedures are. This is particularly important during initial and recurrent training regarding brace and evacuation commands in line with the evacuation type.