51. (1) A supervisor shall keep a logbook that is permanently bound, has numbered pages and contains the name and signature of the supervisor and a photograph that is a likeness of the supervisor.
(2) A supervisor shall, as soon as possible after supervision of a dive or after a period of supervision of a portion of a dive, enter in the logbook referred to in subsection (1), for each dive or portion of a dive supervised by the supervisor,
(a) the date of the dive;
(b) the name of the diving contractor, if any, who conducted the dive;
(c) the name of the operator or the operator’s representative responsible for the diving operation;
(d) the name or other designation and location of the craft or installation from which, or other dive site at which, the dive was conducted;
(e) the dive identification number referred to in paragraph 50(1)(e);
(f) the name of each diver or pilot supervised;
(g) the maximum depth, bottom time and dive time of the dive;
(h) the decompression table and the schedule in that decompression table that were used in the dive;
(i) details of any medical care or advice given and the type of therapeutic treatment used, if any;
(j) any emergency in connection with the dive; and
(k) any other factor relevant to the safety or health of any person involved in the dive.
(3) A supervisor shall, after completion of an entry in the supervisor’s logbook in accordance with subsection (2), immediately sign the entry and request the operator or the operator’s representative responsible for the dive to countersign the entry as soon as possible.
(4) No person shall make any alteration to an entry in a supervisor’s logbook referred to in subsection (1) unless the alteration is initialled by the supervisor and by the person who countersigned the entry.
(5) A supervisor shall produce, on request, the supervisor’s logbook referred to in subsection (1) for inspection by
(a) [Repealed, SOR/95-283, s. 20]
(b) the diving doctor who examines the supervisor for the purposes of these Regulations, at the time of the examination.
(6) A supervisor shall keep in the supervisor’s logbook referred to in subsection (1)
(a) the supervisor’s diving supervisor’s certificate or ADS supervisor’s certificate;
(b) the supervisor’s written appointment as a supervisor pursuant to subsection 9(3);
(c) any certificates or other evidence of qualification in addition to those referred to in paragraph (a); and
(d) any certificates or other evidence of medical examination received from a diving doctor.
(7) A supervisor shall retain the supervisor’s personal logbook referred to in subsection (1) for a period of not less than two years after the day of the last entry made in it.
- SOR/95-283, s. 20.
Keeping of Records
52. (1) Where a person involved in a diving operation is in a compression chamber, the supervisor of the diving operation shall keep a record or ensure that a record is kept, at regular intervals of not more than 30 minutes, of the time and depth gauge readings and of the main components of the atmosphere in the compression chamber, including
(a) the oxygen and carbon dioxide, and
(b) the temperature and humidity.
(2) The supervisor of a diving operation shall keep a record of
(a) the results of any analyses of any breathing mixture used,
(b) any scheduled and unscheduled maintenance performed on any component of the diving plant and equipment used, and
(c) the results of any readings taken pursuant to subsection (1),
and shall keep a copy of any certifications and inspections carried out on the diving plant and equipment used.
(3) On completion of a diving operation, the supervisor of the diving operation shall deliver the records and copies kept pursuant to subsection (2) to the diving contractor who conducted the diving operation.
(4) The supervisor of a diving operation shall make a tape recording of all communications between the divers or the pilots involved in a dive that is part of the diving operation and the supervisor during the pre-dive system check and during the dive and shall retain the tape recording for a minimum of 48 hours after the completion of the diving operation.
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