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Flight Attendant/Cabin Crewmembers
Health and Safety

This policy shows the strength of agencies working together and will enhance the safety of cabin crewmembers and passengers alike. It is imperative that cabin crewmembers have the same level of safety assurances they provide the public.

— Thomas Perez, Secretary of Labor

After many years of hard work, flight attendants are finally getting the training and protection they deserve.

— Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health

Safety is our number one priority ??for both the traveling public and the dedicated men and women who work in the transportation industry. It?셲 important that cabin crewmembers on our nation?셲 airlines benefit from OSHA protections, including information about potential on-the-job hazards and other measures to keep them healthy and safe.

— Anthony Foxx, Secretary of Transportation

See also:

OSHA?셲 Safety and Health Topics page on the Airline Industry

OSHA?셲 Safety and Health Topics page on the Ebola Virus

FAA Policies

OSHA Enforcement Policy

Applicable OSHA Standards

Anti-Discrimination Provisions

* Accessibility Assistance: Contact OSHA's Directorate of Enforcement Programs at (202) 693-2129 for assistance accessing PDF documents.

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