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Installation and Stowage Provisions for Emergency Equipment in the Transport Aircraft Passenger Cabin
- Aerospace Standard
Published January 24, 2007 by SAE International in United States
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The recommendations cover stowage of all portable cabin emergency equipment, including:
Protective breathing equipment (PBE)
First aid kits
Emergency/expanded medical kits and pouches
Flotation seat cushions
Emergency locator transmitters (ELT)
Automatic external defibrillators (AED)
Resuscitation/life support equipment
This document is being revised to expand the subject of emergency equipment standardization and incorporate elements of ARP496 Stowage of Cabin Emergency Flotation Equipment. ARP496 will be cancelled upon publication of ARP997 Revision C. This document also includes formatting changes as contained in the SAE AEROSPACE TECHNICAL REPORT STYLE MANUAL, NOVEMBER 2005.
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