Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Air Crew Members
Air crew members are individuals who work on aircraft, including pilots, flight attendants, and other support personnel. They are responsible for ensuring the safety and comfort of passengers and crew members during flights, as well as performing a variety of tasks related to the operation of the aircraft. While air crew members may not directly work in the healthcare industry, they may play a role in transporting patients and medical personnel to and from healthcare facilities. For example, pilots may fly ambulances or other aircraft that are equipped with medical equipment and staffed by healthcare professionals, or they may transport patients on commercial flights. Flight attendants may also provide basic medical assistance or first aid to passengers during flights. In these ways, air crew members can help to ensure the timely and effective delivery of healthcare services to those in need.
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