Privacy Regulations (SOR/83-508)

Regulations are current to 2017-12-11 and last amended on 2013-12-12. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE V(Section 12)Classes of Investigations

  • 1 Investigations by a Fact Finding Board established by the Department of Transport to investigate air traffic control where it has been alleged that due to a system deficiency

    • (a) flight safety may have been jeopardized; or

    • (b) less than the minimum required separation between aircraft may have existed.

  • 2 Investigations by a Flight Service Station Review Committee established by the Department of Transport to investigate reported occurrences relating to aviation safety where

    • (a) procedures or action or a lack thereof,

    • (b) systems failure, or

    • (c) other causes

    have brought the reliability of a Flight Service Station or the Flight Service Station System into question.

  • 3 Canadian Forces flight safety accident investigations other than those conducted in the form of a board of inquiry or summary investigation under the National Defence Act.

  • 4 Investigations by or under the authority of the Canadian Forces Fire Marshall for the purpose of determining the cause of a fire, other than those conducted in the form of a board of inquiry or summary investigation under the National Defence Act.

  • 5 Investigations by an investigative body set out in Schedule IV for the purpose of reviewing or updating a security clearance referred to in paragraph 23(a) or (b) of the Act that was granted to an individual.

  • 6 Investigation by an investigative body set out in Schedule IV for the purpose of granting, reviewing or updating a security clearance required by an international organization established by the governments of states or any institution of such an organization.

  • 7 Investigations by the Special Inquiries Unit of the Inspector General’s Branch of the Correctional Service of Canada.

  • SOR/84-46, s. 3;
  • SOR/85-752, s. 1;
  • R.S., 1985, c. 35 (2nd Supp.), s. 15.
 
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