Prior to flight duty, cabin attendants confirm their individual roles for safely in the cabin, and directions on how to use emergency equipment, etc. To prepare for an emergency, they carry out image training of evacuating passengers by watching a video.
After boarding the aircraft, the cabin attendants inspect whether the specified number of emergency equipment is set in the specified locations, whether there is any trouble with the cabin doors (emergency exit), etc. Then, they check meals, drinks, and service goods for the passengers, and cabin cleaning conditions.
During briefing with the pilots, they verify emergency procedures, security information, the flight route, expected weather conditions, turbulence, etc., and make a plan for safe cabin service. After carrying out a security check of the cabin and make sure preparations are complete, they welcome the passengers onboard.
Prior to take-off and landing, cabin attendants check whether the passengers have fastened their seat belts, baggage are stored properly, etc. During flight, they pay attention to any trouble in the cabin, sick passengers, etc. If there is a sick or injured passenger, they provide first aid using the medical kit always kept in the cabin.
Even after arrival at the destination, the cabin attendants review the general flight, discuss things they noticed, and prepare for the next flight duty.