Certificat de formation à la sécurité
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The Certificat de formation à la sécurité (CFS) (in English Safety training certificate) is the French national degree required to be flight attendant in France. It replaces the Certificat de Sécurité Sauvetage (CSS) since the 16th of July 2008. It consists of a theoretical and a practical part.
The safety part (Modules: A-10, B-20, C-30, E-50, F-60, H-80) covers the following topics: aeronautical knowledge, regulation, equipment safety regulatory, safety, dangerous goods, communication, resource management (CRM), general instructions in normal flight, general instructions in an emergency and survival.
The First Aid part (Module: D-40) covers the following topics : basics of anatomy and physiology, aviation and reactions of the organism, the role of the cabin crew, onboard incidents, bleeding - circulatory - respiratory distress, the abdominal pathologies and traumatic, burns, childbirth, tropical diseases and triage.
The safety part covers the following topics : knowledge and use of emergency equipment, running in the fumes / off lights, swimming pool training, rescue equipment vest, towing, boarding boats, use of life jackets and canoes / Signalling Tools / Survival, passenger management, communication and practiced CRM.
The First Aid part covers the following topics :case studies related to emergencies, seat extraction, cardiopulmonary resuscitation manikin, treatment of bleeding and fractures, splints and bandages, using of the first aid kit.
- (French)Arrêté du 25 septembre 2007 relatif au certificat de formation à la sécurité
- (French)CERTIFICAT DE FORMATION A LA SECURITE
- (French)Certificat de Formation à la Sécurité
- (French)Arrêté du 25 septembre 2007 modifié relatif au certificat de formation à la sécurité
- (French)Déroulement de l'examen CFS