Emergency procedures

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Emergency procedures
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  1. In what instance do a land ditch immediatley can be extended to land at a different site
    extreme sea/terrain conditions that may jeopardize crew surivability
  2. Is the potential loss of airframe after crew egress a reason to extend a land ditch situation
    no
  3. Land as soon as possible means what
    Land at the first available site
  4. Land as soon as practicable
    Pilot discretion as to where to land but extended flight not recommended
  5. If an aircraft is damaged away from station who is in charge to make sure the work completed is in compliance with the 3710
    PIC
  6. Circuit breaker locations are read in what direction
    Top to bottom and left to right
  7. Repeated illumination of pilot and copilot flashingMaster WARNING light without a WCA Panel warninglight illuminated.
    Unassociated Master warning light
  8. UNASSOCIATED MASTER WARNING LIGHT
    • 1. MONITOR FOR SECONDARY INDICATIONS
    • 2. WCA TEST BUTTON − DEPRESS TO TEST
    • 3. ABORT MISSION.
  9. If a GB chip light illuminates  how do you know if it is a MG or TGB problem
    Associated chip lights illuminate on WCA
  10. Symptoms:1. Loss of XMSN lubrication OR illumination of a GBCHIP warning light with an MGB CHIP annunciation on the VEMD CAUTION/FUEL page in conjunction with any one of the following:
    Yaw kicks
    Abnormal transmission noises
    Unusually high power requirements
    2. LOSS of XMSN lubrication AND illumination of aGB CHIP warning light with an MGB CHIP annunciationon the VEMD CAUTION/FUEL page.
    MGB failure Imminent
  11. MAIN GEARBOX FAILURE IMMINENT
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. LANDING/HOVER CHECKLIST − COMPLETE(200−foot checks at a minimum based on urgency)
    • 2. LAND/DITCH IMMEDIATELY (POWER ON)
  12. Symptoms:Any ONE of the following:
    1. Loss of MGB Oil Pressure
    2. Loss of XMSN lubrication
    3. GB CHIP warning light illuminated with an MGBCHIP annunciation on the VEMD CAUTION/FUELpage
    4. Abnormal transmission noises
    MGB Malfunction
  13. MGB MALFUNCTION
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. MONITOR FOR SECONDARY INDICATIONS
    • 2. FLY AT MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE
    • 3. AVOID HIGH POWER MANEUVERS
    • 4. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  14. If XMSN oil reads zero how much time can you fly with no oil in the MGB.
    25 minutes
  15. Main Gearbox Indicating Failure
    • 1. Monitor for secondary indications
    • 2. Abort Mission
  16. MGB fire provides what danger due to no extinguishing agent to fight it
    Possible loss of aircraft control due to flight control and hydraulic line damage due to fire.
  17. Symptoms:
    1. MGB fire warning light illuminated
    Additional possible symptoms:
    2. Illumination of MGB related warning and cautionlights
    3. Loss of MGB oil pressure and/or rise in temperature
    4. Drop in fuel or hydraulic pressure
    5. Electrical system malfunctions
    MGB Fire
  18. MGB FIRE
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. ATTEMPT TO CONFIRM PRESENCE OF FIRE(alert crew)
    • 2. LANDING/HOVER CHECKLIST − COMPLETE(200−foot checks at a minimum based on urgency)
    • If fire confirmed:
    • 3. LAND/DITCH IMMEDIATELY
    • If fire NOT confirmed:
    • 3. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  19. Symptoms:
    1. FIRE warning light illuminated on the instrumentpanel
    2. Red warning light illuminated on the correspondingEmergency Fuel Shutoff Lever (EFSL)
    3. Flames and/or smoke coming from enginecompartment
    Engine Compartment Fire in flight
  20. Engine Compartment fire in flight
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. ATTEMPT TO CONFIRM PRESENCE OF FIRE(alert crew)
    • 2. SINGLE ENGINE FLIGHT PROFILE − ESTABLISH
    • If fire confirmed:
    • 3. FADEC CONTROL SWITCH (affected engine) −CONFIRM; IDLE; CONFIRM; OFF
    • 4. EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF LEVER − CONFIRM;OFF
    • 5. BOOST PUMPS − (affected engine) − OFF
    • 6. PRI FIRE EXTINGUISHER BUTTON (affectedengine) − CONFIRM; PUSH
    • 7. SEC FIRE EXTINGUISHER BUTTON (affectedengine) − PUSH
    • 8. LANDING/HOVER CHECKLIST − COMPLETE(200−foot checks at a minimum based on urgency)
    • If fire still persists:
    • 9. LAND/DITCH IMMEDIATELY
    • If fire no longer evident:
    • 9. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
    • If fire NOT confirmed:
    • 3. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  21. Symptoms:
    1. FIRE warning light illuminated
    2. Possible hand or voice signals from ground crew
    3. Red warning light illuminated on the correspondingEmergency Fuel Shutoff Lever (EFSL)
    Engine compartment Fire on Deck
  22. Engine Compartment Fire On Deck
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. ATTEMPT TO CONFIRM PRESENCE OF FIRE(alert crew)
    • 2. FADEC CONTROL SWITCHES − BOTH OFF
    • 3. EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF LEVERS − BOTHOFF
    • 4. BOOST PUMPS − ALL OFF
    • If fire confirmed :
    • 5. PRI FIRE EXTINGUISHER BUTTON(affected engine) − CONFIRM ; PUSH
    • 6. SEC FIRE EXTINGUISHER BUTTON(affected engine) − PUSH
    • 7. EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL CUTOFF − OFF
    • 8. ROTOR BRAKE − ON
    • 9. EVACUATE AIRCRAFT
  23. Internal Fire (Cabin,Electrical andor Avionics)
    • Corrective action:
    • 1. DESIGNATE CREWMEMBER TO FIGHT FIRE
    • 2. AFFECTED EQUIPMENT − OFF
    • 3. HEAT/COOL SWITCHES − OFF
    • 4. RAM AIR − CLOSED
    • 5. CABIN SLIDING DOOR − CLOSED
    • 6. PILOT WINDOWS − CLOSED
    • 7. RACK BLOWER CIRCUIT BREAKER − PULL (foravionics rack fire only − avionics rack panel R4#4 in HH−65, R5 #4 in MH−65)
    • 8. CIRCUIT BREAKERS − PULL (for affected circuits)
    • 9. LANDING/HOVER CHECKLIST − COMPLETE(200−foot checks at a minimum based on urgency)
    • If electrical or avionics fire persists:
    • 10. EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL CUTOFF − OFF
    • If electrical or avionics fire persists:
    • 11. LAND/DITCH IMMEDIATELY
    • If fire goes out:
    • 11. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  24. What should be considered when using the electrical cutoff switch during an EP
    Takes power away from floats.
  25. When flying at night or on instruments what is another precaution when thinking of usuig the cutoff switch for an EP
    Loss of AFCS and flight instruments
  26. What would you lose when in electrical cutoff
    All communications and system lighting and the TR isolation valve will engage
  27. SMOKE and FUME ELIMINATION
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. HEAT/COOL SWITCHES − OFF
    • 2. RAM AIR − OPEN
    • 3. CABIN SLIDING DOOR − OPEN
    • 4. PILOT WINDOWS − OPEN
    • 5. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  28. If fuel fumes are present what is the recommended radio to transmit
    Comm1
  29. Should you jettison any doors or windows for smoke fume elimination
    No unless absolutley essential for the smoke fume elimination
  30. What is a good source of clean air in an unbreathable enviroment
    Seas bottle
  31. Objectionable oders from the ECS are usually due to what
    Oil leak in the engines and must be logged in almis
  32. 1. TOT rises rapidly or does not decrease within 10seconds after the FADEC control switch has beenplaced in the OFF position
    Engine Post shutdown fire
  33. Engine Post Shutdown Fire
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. FADEC CONTROL SWITCH − CHECK OFF
    • 2. BOOST PUMPS − CHECK OFF
    • If high TOT still evident after 10 seconds:
    • 3. EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF LEVER − SHUTOFF
    • 4. CRANK BUTTON − DEPRESS UNTIL TOT DECREASES
    • If TOT continues to rise or does not decrease:
    • 5. EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL CUTOFF − OFF
    • 6. ROTOR BRAKE − ON
    • 7. EVACUATE AIRCRAFT
  34. If the engine does not shut down how much time will it take for the fadec system to shut engine down
    5-6 seconds
  35. Do not put the EFSL in shutoff and crank before how much time has elapsed due to possible damage to the fuel pump
    10 seconds
  36. Symptom:
    1. Illumination of the GB CHIP warning light and aTGB CHIP annunciation on the VEMD CAUTION/FUEL page
    TGB CHIP
  37. TGB CHIP
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. ESTABLISH SAFE ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEEDFOR POSSIBLE LOSS OF TAIL ROTORTHRUST
    • 2. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  38. During a rapid increase in yaw pedal input will help arrest the gear but the lag will usually kick in at what degree of spin
    300
  39. Symptoms:
    1. A loss of tail rotor thrust will result in an IMMEDIATE,rapid left yaw acceleration
    2. Tail rotor pedals movable but with no apparent effect
    3. Abnormal vibration or noise from the tail section
    4. Illumination of the GB CHIP warning light and aTGB CHIP annunciation on the VEMD CAUTION/FUEL page
    Loss of Tail Rotor Thrust in a Hover
  40. Loss of Tail Rotor Thrust in a Hover
    • 1. EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF LEVERS − BOTHOFF
    • 2. MAINTAIN LANDING ATTITUDE
    • 3. CUSHION LANDING WITH COLLECTIVE
  41. The vertical fins are able to maintain a straight and level flight at what airspeed
    120-125
  42. Chnging the Nr switch during a loss of tail rotor is recommended
    No it may make the situation worse
  43. Stuck right pedal requires what speed to land
    Slow speed to align with runway
  44. Stuck left pedal requires what speed to land
    high speed to align with runway
  45. Possible Symptoms:
    1. Uncommanded yaw to the left or right (loss ofthrust)
    2. Tail rotor pedals movable without effect (loss ofthrust)
    3. Abnormal vibration or noise from the tail section(loss of thrust or fixed pitch)
    4. Possible illumination of the GB CHIP warning light(loss of thrust) with a TGB CHIP annunciation onthe VEMD CAUTION/FUEL page
    5. Cannot move pedals either left or right (fixed pitch
    Loss of Tail Rotor Thrust in Forward Flight OR Fixed Tail Rotor Pitch
  46. Loss of Tail Rotor Thrust in Forward Flight OR Fixed Tail Rotor Pitch
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. DIRECTIONAL CONTROL − MAINTAIN USINGCYCLIC AND COLLECTIVE
    • 2. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE. UTILIZEPROCEDURE FOR LANDING WITH TAIL ROTORMALFUNCTION
  47. What are the BIG 4
    • 1. Nr − MAINTAIN
    • 2. AIRSPEED/ALTITUDE − CONTROL AND SETLIMITS
    • 3. WHEELS/FLOATS − AS REQUIRED
    • 4. ANALYZE
  48. If an engine is operated in a 30 second OEI range requires a landing as soon as what
    Praticable due to major engine maintenance
  49. What is considered a good max glide airspeed and rpm for a dual engine failure
    105 KIAS and 360 RPM
  50. Minimum rate of descent for a dual engine failure
    75KIAS and 360rpm any increase in rotor rpm will increase descent
  51. When landing on water or unprepared surface how many degrees nose up is recommended
    5 degrees
  52. IS the rotor brake required when completing a water landing
    No
  53. Symptoms:
    1. ENG No. CHIP warning light illuminated
    2. Corresponding ENGINE CHIP annunciation on theVEMD CAUTION/FUEL page
    Engine Chip Detected
  54. Engine Chip Detected
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. COMPLETE THE BIG 4"
    • 2. FADEC CONTROL SWITCH (AFFECTED ENGINE)− CONFIRM; IDLE
    • 3. ENGINE − MONITOR
    • If ABNORMAL indications:
    • 4. ENGINE SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE −COMPLETE
    • If NORMAL indications:
    • 4. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE. (If additionalpower is required for landing, affected FCS may beswitched to FLT position.)
  55. Symptoms:
    1. DIF N1 Warning Light illuminated
    2. OEI GOV mode page
    3. N1 difference between both engines is greater than6%
    N1 Divergance/Partial Power Loss
  56. N1 Divergance/Partial Power Loss
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. Complete the BIG 4
    • 2. ENGINE PARAMETERS − MONITOR
    • 3. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  57. Symptoms:
    1. FADEC No. 1 or 2 FAIL caution light illuminated
    2. Red ENGINE STATUS light on the overhead quadrantilluminated
    3. OEI GOV mode page displayed
    4. Affected engine will not respond to collective movementdue to Fuel Flow metering being frozen at therate present when the FADEC failed
    Major Fadec/Governor Failure
  58. Major Fadec/ Governor Failure
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. Complete the BIG 4
    • 2. TRNG SWITCH − FLT
    • 3. FADEC BACKUP SWITCH (affected engine) −CONFIRM - BACKUP
    • 4. OEI − SET AS NECESSARY
    • 5. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  59. If training mode is on and the EBCAU is activated due to a level 3 failure what will happen to fadec
    Fadec will become unpredicable due to fadec shuting off training mode during a major fadec fail.
  60. Ebcau matches what from the good engine
    N1
  61. Symptom:
    1. GOV caution light illuminated
    Minor Fadec/Governor Failure
  62. Minor Fadec/Governor Failure
    • Complete BIG 4
    • Abort Mission
  63. If a minor fadec fail resulting from  a crosstalk failure consdieres require what type of procedures
    Engage Nr Hi and complete a running landing, with contnuing monitoring of N1 TOT and Torque.
  64. Possible Symptoms:
    1. BATT TEMP warning light illuminated
    2. Smoke and/or fumes from radome or vent
    3. Noises from radome
    Battery Overtemp Thermal Runaway
  65. Battery OverTemp Thermal Runaway
    • 1. BATT RELAY SWITCHES − BOTH OFF (To preventthe battery from receiving further charge)
    • 2. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
    • After landing:
    • 3. ALLOW BATTERY TO COOL PRIOR TO REMOVAL.
    • If BATT TEMP light remains illuminated (thermal runawaysuspected):
    • 4. SECURE AND EXIT AIRCRAFT.
    • 5. STAND BY WITH FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT.
    • 6. A CREWMEMBER OR CRASH CREW OUTFITTEDIN A HOT SUIT"
    • SHOULD PERFORMTHE FOLLOWING:
    • a. OPEN BATTERY COMPARTMENT.
    • b. IF FLAME PRESENT − USE ANY EXTINGUISHER.
    • c. IF SMOKE, FUMES, OR ELECTROLYTEPRESENT WITHOUT FLAME − USE WATERFOG TO LOWER TEMPERATURE.
    • d. MAKE NO ATTEMPT TO DISCONNECT ORJETTISON THE BATTERY.
  66. Will turning the battery relay switches to off stop or reverse overtemp/runway
    No only stops charging battery
  67. If battery temp light goes out should batteries be turned back on
    No unless battery power is absolutely needed
  68. If a dual DC GCU failure occured what function will not be able to work
    T/R because the battery busses will be disconnected
  69. If the #2 DC generator is off and the #2 Batt relay is off will cuse what to happen
    Secondary hydraulic isolate
  70. If both switches are in audio bypass this bypasses the audio mixer. Where does power com from for the stations
    Respective comm radios
  71. What volume control is usable when in audio bypass
    master volume only
  72. What must be done for the FM,pilot and copilot to be able to talk to each other
    Both in audio bypass and all audio tones are inop
  73. Possible Symptoms:
    1. Complete loss of audio (all stations)
    2. All ICS and transmit functions inoperative
    3. Constant squeal or hum heard in headset
    Audio System Failure
  74. Audio System Failure
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. PILOT AND COPILOT AUDIO BYPASS SWITCHES − BYPASS
    • 2. ICS CIRCUIT BREAKERS (2) − PULL, RESET(cockpit avionics panel R1 #5 and R5 #5)
    • 3. PILOT AND COPILOT AUDIO BYPASS SW ITCHES –NORMALIf normal comms are not re-established:
    • 4. PILOT AND COPILOT AUDIO BYPASS SW ITCHES –BYPASS5. CONTINUE FLIGHT AS APPROPRIATE
  75. Symptoms:
    1. HEATER O/HEAT warning light illuminated
    2. ECS circuit breaker popped on copilots forwardpanel
    Heater Overheat
  76. Heater Overheat
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. HEAT SWITCH − OFF
    • 2. HEATER (LOWER) NOZZLES − ALL OPEN
    • 3. ECS CIRCUIT BREAKER − RESET IF POPPED(copilot forward panel, R2 #4)
    • If O/HEAT light remains illuminated:
    • 4. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
    • If O/HEAT light extinguishes:
    • 4. CONTINUE FLIGHT AS APPROPRIATE
  77. Immediate Ditching
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. CREW AND PASSENGERS − ALERTED
    • 2. WHEELS/FLOATS − AS REQUIRED
    • 3. LAND/DITCH AIRCRAFT
    • 4. EFSLS − BOTH OFF (after landing/water entry)
    • 5. EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL CUTOFF − AS REQUIRED
    • 6. ROTOR BRAKE (land only)
    • 7. EMERGENCY EGRESS PROCEDURE − EXECUTE
  78. If the helicopter is ditched how does it sit in the water
    Tail partially submerged
  79. Emergency Ditching /Landing Procedure
    • 1. CREW AND PASSENGERS − ALERTED
    • 2. DISTRESS − TRANSMIT
    • 3. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT − CHECKED
    • 4. LANDING/HOVER CHECKLIST − COMPLETE
    • If DUAL ENGINE:
    • 5. DOORS − JETTISON IN A HOVER
    • 6. FLOATS − INFLATE IN A HOVER
    • If SINGLE ENGINE:
    • 5. DOORS − JETTISON IN A CLIMB @ 70 KIAS IFABLE; OTHERWISE @ 200 FEET @ 70 KIAS,STRAIGHT AND LEVEL
    • 6. PRIOR TO WATER ENTRY − FLOATS INFLATE
    • 7. ENTER WATER IN A LEVEL ATTITUDE
    • 8. FADEC CONTROL SWITCHES − OFF
    • 9. ROTOR − ALLOW TO COAST DOWN
    • 10. EGRESS HELICOPTER WHEN ROTOR STOPS
  80. Malfunctioning Sliding Door
    • 1. FLIGHT MECHANIC − REMAIN SECURED TOAIRCRAFT
    • 2. DO NOT USE EXCESSIVE FORCE:
    • 3. DOOR ASSEMBLY: INSPECT:
    • A. RESCUE HATCH: SECURED.
    • B. FORWARD UPPER ROLLER ASSEMBLY: IN TRACKS.
    • C. FORWARD LOWER ROLLER ASSEMBLY: ATTACHED TO THE DOOR
    • .4. AERODYNAMIC LOAD ON DOOR: REDUCE (WHEN OPS PERMIT)
    • USING THEFOLLOWING:
    • A. DECREASE AIRSPEED
    • .B. INDUCE LEFT SIDESLIP, RIGHT PEDAL.
    • C. OPEN PILOT WINDOW.
    • IF SAFE LANDING SITE IS AVAILABLE:
    • 5. LAND. REMOVE AND STOW DOOR.
    • IF SAFE LANDING SITE IS NOT AVAILABLE:
    • 5. JETTISON DOOR FROM A HOVER IN AN APPROPRIATE MARKEDLOCATION
    • .6. CONTINUE FLIGHT AS APPROPRIATE.
    • IF APPROPRIATE LOCATION IS NOT AVAILABLE:
    • 5. DOOR: SECURE INTERIOR HANDHOLD ON DOOR TO DECK TIEDOWNUSING TRAIL LINE OR STRAP.
    • 6. SPEED: 80 KIAS MAXIMUM.
    • 7. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE.
    • NON JETTISONABLE DOOR:
    • 3. DOOR ASSEMBLY: INSPECT:
    • A. RESCUE HATCH: SECURED.
    • B. FORWARD UPPER ROLLER ASSEMBLY: IN TRACKS.
    • C. FORWARD LOWER ROLLER ASSEMBLY: ATTACHED TO THE DOOR.
    • D. FORWARD LOCKING MECHANISM: INSPECT FOR BINDING ANDALIGNMENT.
    • 4. AERODYNAMIC LOAD ON DOOR: REDUCE (WHEN OPS PERMIT)
    • USINGTHE FOLLOWING:
    • A. DECREASE AIRSPEED
    • .B. INDUCE LEFT SIDESLIP, RIGHT PEDAL.
    • C. OPEN PILOT WINDOW.
    • 5. DOOR: SECURE INTERIOR HANDHOLD ON DOOR TO DECK TIEDOWNUSING TRAIL LINE OR STRAP.
    • 6. SPEED: 80 KIAS MAXIMUM.
    • 7. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE.
    • IF LANDING TO A SHIP OROTHER OVER-WATER EGRESS HAZARD, E.G., OIL RIG:
    • 7. LH CABIN DOOR-JETTISON IF DESIRED FOR EASE OF EMERGENCYEGRESS:
    • A) DISTANCE FROM SHIP SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR POSSIBLEDOOR RECOVERY BY SMALL BOAT
    • .B) ESTABLISH SAFE ALTITUDE TO REDUCE DOOR DAMAGE
    • .C) AIRSPEED AT OR BELOW 30 KIAS.
    • 8. LAND AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  81. Emergency Egress
    • 1. WAIT FOR ALL VIOLENT MOTION TO STOP
    • 2. REFERENCE POINT − HOLD
    • 3. EMERGENCY RELEASE HANDLE − JETTISON
    • 4. CORDS/NVG(S) − DISCONNECT/REMOVE
    • 5. SEATBELT/HARNESS − RELEASE AND MAINTAINREFERENCE
    • 6. EGRESS
    • 7. VEST − INFLATE WHEN CLEAR OF AIRCRAFT
  82. Hoist Cable Fouled/ Damage
    • If injury or damage is imminent:
    • 1. ACTIVATE HOIST SHEAR SWITCH WHILE ANNOUNCING“SHEAR. SHEAR. SHEAR." (PAC/SP/FM)
    • If conditions permit:
    • 1. PAY OUT SLACK IN CABLE
    • 2. ADVISE PILOT
    • 3. DIRECT THE VESSEL’S CREW TO FREE THECABLE
    • 4. IF UNABLE TO FREE THE CABLE OR THECABLE IS DAMAGED, AND SITUATION PERMITS,WRAP THE AREA TO BE CUT WITH ANYSUITABLE TAPE (TO PREVENT FRAYING) USETHE CABLE CUTTERS AND SEVER THECABLE
    • 5.IF MISSION URGENCY DICTATES A CONT-INUEDHOIST, ASSEMBLE THE QUICK SPLICE ANDCOMPLETE THE HOIST WITH RE-MAININGCABLE LENGTH
  83. Secondary hyraulic isolation will take away what portion of the hoist
    Normal power
  84. Hoist Failure
    • Corrective Action:
    • 1. ADVISE THE PILOT “COMMITTED” OR “NOTCOMMITTED”
    • If not committed:
    • 2. ABORT THE HOIST
    • If committed:
    • 2. CHECK THE CABLE AND DRUM FOR FOULING
    • 3. ACTIVATE EMERGENCY HOIST POWER ANDCONTINUE THE HOIST
    • If hoist power is not restored:
    • 4. ACTIVATE MANUAL OVERRIDE AND CONTINUETHE HOIST
    • If hoist fails to respond to manual override W ITH NOpersonnel in rescue device
    • 5. RETRIEVE THE RESCUE DEVICE IF PRACTICABLE
    • If unable to retrieve rescue device:
    • 6. CUT CABLE W ITH CABLE CUTTER OR SHEAR
  85. Will boom stow work with the hoist switches off
    Yes it will work as long as there is power in the #1 battery bus
  86. Hoist Boom Failure
    • 1. HOIST MASTER SWITCH − CHECK CREW POSITION
    • 2. HOIST ACT CONTROL AND HOIST ACT POWERCIRCUIT BREAKERS (2) − PULL, RESET(cabin overhead panel − R1 #1 R2 #2)
    • If boom still does not respond to electrical control inputs:
    • 3. HOIST ACT CIRCUIT BREAKERS (2) − PULL
    • 4. HOIST OPERATOR PENDANT − DISCONNECT
    • 5. MANUAL CRANK − INSTALL
    • 6. MANUALLY CRANK BOOM TO STOWED POSITION
    • 7. MANUAL CRANK − REMOVE
    • If unable to move boom:
    • 8. CONTINUE FLIGHT AS APPROPRIATE (Observehatch/door speed limits, if applicable.)
  87. Hoist Electrical Runaway
    • 1. SECURE HOIST POWER AT THE HOIST CONTROLPANEL ONLY
    • 2. ADVISE THE PILOT COMMITTED" OR NOTCOMMITTED"
    • If committed to the hoist or mission urgency dictates:
    • 3. ACTIVATE MANUAL OVERRIDE AND CONTINUETHE HOIST
    • If not committed to the hoist:
    • 3. ABORT THE HOIST
  88. Should the hoist master switch be turned off during an electrical runaway
    No becasue it takes shear capabilities away
  89. Lost Communications
    • 1. FLIGHT MECH − TAP THE PILOT AND GIVEHOLD SIGNAL (closed fist)
    • 2. ADVISE THE PILOT COMMITTED" OR NOTCOMMITTED"
    • If not committed:
    • 3. ABORT HOIST
    • If committed:
    • 3. FLIGHT MECH − ENSURE HOT MIC IS SELECTED,HELMETS PROPERLY CONNECTED; ATTEMPTHOT MIC ICS COMMS
    • If communications are not restored:
    • 4. PRESS PUSH−TO−TALK SWITCH; ATTEMPTNORMAL COMMS
    • If communications are still not restored:
    • 5. AUDIO CONTROL PANEL − SELECT ALTN ANDATTEMPT COMMS (ALL CALL and HOT MIC areinoperative in ALTN)
    • If communications are still not restored and you arecommitted to hoist, or mission urgency dictates:
    • 6. COMMUNICATE BY VOCAL COMMANDS ANDCONTINUE HOIST
  90. Lost Swimmer-DAY
    • Corrective Action − DAY:
    • 1. MARK POSITION
    • 2. TRANSITION AND ESTABLISH RIGHT ORBIT
    • 3. LOOK AND LISTEN FOR RS SIGNAL
    • 4. WHEN VISUAL − RESUME HOVER POSITION
    • If these procedures fail to relocate RS:
    • 5. COMPLETE LEAVING RESCUE SWIMMER ONSCENE PROCEDURE
  91. Loast Swimmer-NIGHT
    • 1. MARK POSITION
    • 2. FLASH LANDING/HOVER LIGHT
    • 3. LOOK AND LISTEN FOR RS SIGNAL
    • 4. WHEN VISUAL − CEASE FLASHING LIGHT
    • If these procedures fail to relocate RS:
    • 5. COMPLETE LEAVING RESCUESWIMMER ON SCENE PROCEDURE.
  92. Daytime signals from RS during lost swimmer can be
    • a. Radio, prebriefed frequency
    • b. Smoke
    • c. Mirror
  93. Night signals from RS during lost swimmer can be
    • a. Radio, prebriefed frequency
    • b. Strobe light
    • c. Flare
  94. Emergency Recovery of the Rescue Swimmer
    • 1. RESCUE BASKET − IF RIGGED AND EMPTY
    • 2. BARE HOIST HOOK − IF BASKET NOT READILYAVAILABLE
  95. Leaving Swimmer on Scene
    • 1. MARK AND RECORD POSITION
    • 2. DEPLOY LIGHTED RAFT
    • 3. DEPLOY DMB
    • 4. NOTIFY OPCEN OR OTHER RESCUE RESOURCE
  96. What items can be left when leaving swimmer on scene
    LR−1 raft, hypothermia bags, EMT kit,

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