TestCrewmember Emergency Training Name* First Last Company 1. A water fire extinguisher should be used on what type of fire?* a. Class “D” fires in metal such as magnesium, sodium, lithium, potassium, etc. b. Class “C” energized electrical equipment. c. Class “B” combustible and flammable liquids such as gasoline, acetone, alcohol, fuel oil grease, etc. d. Class “A” Common combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, plastic and rubber. 2. A Halon fire extinguisher should be used on what type of fire?* a. Class “A” fires. b. Class “B” fires. c. Class “C” fires. d. All of the above. 3. Cockpit Crewmembers should don (put on) their life vest...* a. After inflating the life raft. b. In the cockpit prior to ditching. c. After opening emergency exits. d. Before putting on parachutes. 4. Time of useful consciousness with loss of pressurization at 43,000 feet?* a. 12 seconds b. 15 minutes c. 30 minutes d. 1 hour 5. Hypothermia is?* a. Abnormally fast or deep respiration resulting in fainting. b. Lack of O2 to the blood cells caused by rapid decompression or high cabin altitude. c. Loss of vital body heat, which could result in death. d. A new treatment for shock. 6. Who has the final authority as to the operation of the aircraft per FAR 91.3?* a. The owner of the aircraft. b. The first officer, but only when the PIC is ill or not feeling well. c. The operator of the aircraft on revenue flights. d. The pilot in command. 7. Over China during an intercept, day or night, the interceptor aircraft will approach from a head on position with all of its lights on indicating you are clear to proceed.* a. True b. False 8. If an aircraft malfunction involves a flight control system, failure of a turbine engine’s structural components (excluding compressor and turbine blades and vanes): or an in-flight fire, the aircraft operator must immediately notify the nearest NTSB Field Office Under Part 830 of the NTSB regulations.* a. True b. False 9. Passengers should be briefed to remain seated in a brace position with seat belts fastened…* a. Until the aircraft comes to a complete stop; there may be multiple impacts. b. Until the fasten seat belt sign is turned off c. Until the water is visible inside the aircraft. d. Until the aircraft is 5 feet or less above the water. 10. Time permitting, the Captain should announce, “Stand by for Ditching” and “Brace for Impact”.* a. True b. False Gulfstream G550Ref: GV-SP/G550/G500 Evacuation Crewmember Training per G550-OMS-01 Rev. 2 requirements*11. What is the first thing that must be done prior to opening any exit?* a. Pull down on the Red T-handle. b. Instruct the passengers to “Stay seated” while pulling down on the Red T-handle. c. Assess the outside conditions. d. Instruct the passengers to “Come this way” while pulling down on the Red T-handle. 12. What would be considered as the primary exit on a Gulfstream G-II, III, IV, V, V-SP, G550, G500 for someone unable to utilize the over-wing emergency exits?* a. Any available exit. b. The main entry door. c. The baggage compartment door. d. None of the above. 13. On what side of the fuselage is the main entry door located?* a. Forward A/C Left. b. Forward A/C Right. c. Either of the above. d. None of the above. 14. What would be the first thing that you would need to do when exiting through a window that is located over a divan?* a. Pull down on the Red T-Handle. b. Assess the outside conditions. c. Remove the divan seat cushions. d. None of the above. 15. During any emergency evacuation, when should able-bodied passengers exit the A/C?* a. These passengers should exit last. b. These passengers should exit first. c. These passengers should exit after the crewmembers. d. None of the above. 16. What are the Evacuation Commands at a window exit?* a. “Release Your Seatbelts, Come This Way, Come To My Voice/Flashlight, Leave Everything, Step Up, Exit Leg-Head-Leg” b. “Release Your Seatbelts, Come This Way, Step Up Step Through, Exit Leg-Body Leg” c. “Release/Open Your Seatbelt, Come This Way, Come to My Voice/Flashlight, Leave Everything, Step up, Step Through, Leg-Body-Leg, Run Away”. d. None of the above. 17. If, in an emergency, NO evacuation command is given from the cockpit, what should you do?* a. Wait one full minute before making any decision. b. Initiate an evacuation when there is “Fire, Smoke, Water or Structural Damage”. c. Do nothing unless you hear “EZ, EZ”, “Evacuate” or “Easy Victor” d. None of the above. 18. What is the first thing that you should say once the A/C has come to a complete stop and the PIC gives the Evacuate Command?* a. “Evacuate” b. “Come This Way” c. “Stay Seated” d. Both A and B. 19. Once you have assessed the outside conditions, when opening the main entry door on a Gulfstream G-II, III, IV, V, V-SP, G550, G500, what is the first thing that must be performed?* a. Pull back on the Red T-handle. b. Yell as loud as possible “Come this way!” c. Push up on the Red T-handle. d. Using your left hand, push up on the Red Ball Latch. 20. What passenger load requires a third crewmember?* a. 9 or more passengers. b. 10 passengers or more. c. 8-10 passengers. d. All of the above *Note: While not all of our students fly or work onboard the G550, our GII fuselage meets the requirements specified in G550-OMS-1 for this certification. CAPS Training offers this at no additional cost, and therefore, your training letters and/or certificates of completion will state this. The test questions above must be completed as part of this course.