Do not consume any alcohol within 10 hours of a duty, and consume no more than 5 units of alcohol within 24 hours of a duty.
Crews are obliged to comply with random breathalysing, but should ensure that it is not carried out in front of passengers.
Alcohol must never be consumed whilst in uniform in a public place.
Alcohol must not be taken onto the ﬂight deck during ﬂight.
[ eom-a 6.1.1 ]
Statutory directives state that the acceptable radiation exposure of aircrew is 6mSv/yr. Radiation exposure is modelled by easyJet to try to prevent exposure above this level. easyJet continuously monitors estimated radiation doses; personal estimated exposure is published on AIMS.
Embryos and foetuses are particularly susceptible to harm from cosmic radiation. Cabin crew should not ﬂy when pregnant. Flight crew may continue to operate until the 26th week of their pregnancy with the consent of their AME.
[ eom-a 6.1 ]
The use of non-prescribed narcotics or sleep inducing drugs is forbidden.
Do not operate within 48 hours of a general anaesthetic or within 24 hours of a local anaesthetic.
It is acceptable to operate whilst taking non drowsy cold remedies such as Sudafed. Seek medical advice before operating whilst taking any other medication.
[ eom-a 6.2, eom-a 6.4 ]
easyJet does not currently ﬂy to any destination requiring vaccinations beyond those recommended for everyday life in Europe. Any change to this situation will be notiﬁed by NTC.
[ eom-a 6.5 ]
Crew should not donate blood within 24 hours of a duty.
[ eom-a 6.1.6 ]
Crew should not ﬂy within 48 hours of diving to a depth exceeding 10m. Crew should avoid any diving requiring the use of SCUBA equipment within 24 hours of a duty.
Crew who have been treated for decompression sickness must not ﬂy within 72 hours of recovery.
[ eom-a 6.7 ]
Aeromedical advice should be sought before returning to duty following any surgical procedure.
[ eom-a 6.11 ]
[ human factors for pilots, green et al. ]
Crew who are operating together should not have the same meals. This includes crew food and eating together when downroute or on airport standby.
If food poisoning from crew food is suspected, an ASR must be completed and a sample brought back to local base management team for further investigation.
[ eom-a 6.8 ]
To mitigate the attack, look away, increase the brightness of interior lights and avoid rubbing your eyes. Seek medical advice if symptoms persist.
Notify ATC and ﬁle an ASR.
[ eom-a 6.18 ]