The comment above is very funny - the employees of the previous shift do not inspect anyone, they have no competence for this.
Flight attendants go through FULL security screening, like passengers, only at a separate, special staff desk.
Stewardesses must board the flight 2 hours before departure, not 15 minutes. Before departure, they are required to check the cabin for safety, the availability and functionality of equipment, take on board material goods, food and check the lists of sky shop goods
It was at my work late in the evening. It was already dark, I was walking along the first floor and heard strange sounds on the third, alert and catching my breath, I began to slowly and confidently climb up, and there our cat was jumping from work on a stool, that's all, I don't remember any other cases.
They are inspected by the previous shift. Security officers come to work, say, 15 minutes before the start of their shift, and, along with everyone else, go inside the airport, and then into the "clean zone", in the process of passing they are inspected by employees of the shift whose working hours are ending.