From April 2014 Cabin Crew will be required to undergo a full clinical examination on Initial appointment and at all assessments once aged 50. The normal validity of Cabin Crew Attestation (CCA) is 5 years. Renewal Assessments under age 50 will not require a clinical examination unless the previously declared medical history is not available to the examiner or there has been a significant medical condition identified.
The UK CAA have produced a UK Alternative Means of Compliance with respect to the EASA Cabin Crew regulations in which, unless clinically indicated, an Electrocardiogram and an audiogram are not required at any age.
Colour vision testing is still required however cabin crew work is not a colour critical role and therefore this is of no practical concern.
Limitations may be applied to attestation certificates such as MCL (multi-cabin crew operations), CVL (requirement for visual correction), HAL (requirement to use hearing aids)
In essence the cabin crew medical standards in the UK are in the main similar to car driving (DVLA Group 1) medical standards.
If you have any queries regarding your level of fitness please give me a call on 07515 409885 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, feel free to send us a message through our contact page.
Please bring the following with you:
Please bring with you:
- Photo identification (e.g. passport or photo driving licence)
- You will also be asked to pass a fresh specimen of urine during each examination to test for Protein, Blood and Sugar
- Spectacles if worn
I am available for medical consultations between examinations and have over the years developed a network of Private Consultants to whom I can refer promptly and seek specialist assessment/treatment in order to return to ?Fit? status as soon as possible.
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