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  1. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (Section 303.18)
    •  (1) The operator of a designated airport or of a participating airport or aerodrome shall carry out a response test to evaluate the response time and effectiveness of the aircraft fire-fighting service required to be maintained during the hours of operation specified in section 303.04

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      • (b) at any time at the request of the Minister, where the Minister has reasonable grounds to believe that the aircraft fire-fighting service at the airport or aerodrome does not meet the requirements of this Subpart.

    • (2) The operator of a designated airport or of a participating airport or aerodrome shall give the Minister at least four weeks written notice of the date on which a response test is to be carried out.

    • (3) The operator of a designated airport or of a participating airport or aerodrome shall provide the Minister with a copy of the results of a response test within 14 days after the date of the test.

    • (4) A response test at a designated airport or at a participating airport or aerodrome has a satisfactory result if

      • (a) within three minutes after an alarm is sounded, aircraft fire-fighting vehicles in a number sufficient for applying the principal extinguishing agent at 50 per cent of the total discharge capacity required by section 303.09 are dispatched from their assigned position and, under optimum surface and visibility conditions at the airport or aerodrome, reach the midpoint of the farthest runway serving commercial passenger-carrying aircraft, or another predetermined point of comparable distance and terrain; and

    • (5) The operator of a designated airport or of a participating airport or aerodrome shall record the results of a response test and keep the record for two years after the date of the test.

    • (6) If a response test does not have a satisfactory result, the operator of a designated airport or of a participating airport or aerodrome shall

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    • (7) The operator of a designated airport or of a participating airport or aerodrome shall implement the submitted plan by the dates specified in the plan.

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  2. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (Section 303.01)

     In this Subpart,

    aircraft fire-fighting standards

    aircraft fire-fighting standards means the Aerodrome and Airport Standards respecting Aircraft Fire Fighting at Airports and Aerodromes published under the authority of the Minister; (normes de lutte contre les incendies d’aéronefs)

    critical category for fire fighting

    critical category for fire fighting means the aircraft category that

    • (a) in respect of a designated airport, is determined in accordance with section 303.07 for the purpose of establishing the required level of service for fighting fires involving aircraft at the airport, and

    • (b) in respect of a participating airport or aerodrome, is specified for the airport or aerodrome in the Canada Flight Supplement and corresponds to the level of service for fighting fires involving aircraft at that airport or aerodrome; (catégorie critique — SLIA)

    designated airport

    designated airport[Repealed, SOR/2006-86, s. 2]

    in response posture

    in response posture means, in respect of personnel, in a location at or near the airport or aerodrome that will permit an operator to obtain a satisfactory result in a response test referred to in subsection 303.18(4); (en position d’intervention)

    participating airport or aerodrome

    participating airport or aerodrome means an airport, other than a designated airport, or an aerodrome, for which a critical category for fire fighting is specified in the Canada Flight Supplement. (aéroport ou aérodrome participant)

    rescue

    rescue means the act of evacuating persons from an aircraft involved in an aircraft accident or incident at an airport by means of fire suppression and then, if circumstances permit, aircraft entry. (sauvetage)

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  3. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (Section 302.503)
    •  (1) The quality assurance program required under paragraph 107.03(g) in respect of an applicant for, or a holder of, an airport certificate shall include a process for quality assurance that includes periodic reviews or audits of the activities authorized under a certificate and reviews or audits, for cause, of those activities.

    • (2) The holder of an airport certificate shall ensure that records relating to the findings resulting from the quality assurance program are distributed to the appropriate manager for corrective action and follow-up.

    • (3) The holder of an airport certificate shall establish an audit system in respect of the quality assurance program that consists of the following:

      • (a) an initial audit conducted within 12 months after

        • (i) in the case of an airport specified in subsection 302.500(1), the later of January 1, 2008 and the day on which the airport certificate is issued, and

        • (ii) in the case of any other airport, the later of January 1, 2009 and the day on which the airport certificate is issued;

      • (b) an audit of the entire quality assurance program carried out every three years, calculated from the initial audit, in one of the following ways:

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        • (ii) a series of audits conducted at intervals set out in the airport operations manual;

      • (c) checklists of all activities controlled by the airport operations manual;

      • (d) a record of each occurrence of compliance or non-compliance with the airport operations manual found during an audit referred to in paragraph (a) or (b);

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    • (5) The duties related to the quality assurance program that involve specific tasks or activities among the activities of an airport shall be fulfilled by persons who are not responsible for carrying out those tasks or activities unless

      • (a) the size, nature and complexity of the operations and activities authorized under the airport certificate justify the fulfilling of those duties by the person responsible for carrying out those tasks or activities;

      • (b) the holder of the airport certificate demonstrates to the Minister, by means of a risk analysis, that the fulfilling of those duties by the person responsible for carrying out those tasks or activities will not result in an unacceptable risk to aviation safety; and

      • (c) the holder of the airport certificate provides the Minister, in writing, with the information required under paragraphs (a) and (b).

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  4. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (Section 302.305)
    •  (1) The operator of an airport shall establish and maintain an airport wildlife management plan in accordance with section 322.305 of the Airport Standards — Airport Wildlife Planning and Management.

    • (2) The operator of the airport shall submit the plan to the Minister in accordance with the requirements set out in subsection 322.305(2) of the Airport Standards — Airport Wildlife Planning and Management.

    • (3) The operator of the airport shall keep a copy of the plan at the airport and it shall, on request by the Minister, be made available to the Minister.

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    • (5) The operator of the airport shall review the plan every two years.

    • (6) The operator of the airport shall amend the plan and submit the amended plan to the Minister within 30 days of the amendment if

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      • (c) a variation in the presence of wildlife hazards, including those referred to in section 322.302 of the Airport Standards-Airport Wildlife Planning and Management, has been observed in an airport flight pattern or movement area; or

      • (d) there has been a change

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        • (ii) in the types of aircraft at the airport, or

        • (iii) in the types of aircraft operations at the airport.

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  5. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (Section 302.208)
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    • (2) The operator of an airport shall test the emergency plan by conducting a full-scale exercise

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    • (3) The operator of an airport shall conduct full-scale exercises based on scenarios that relate to a major aircraft accident and, at a minimum, the exercises shall include the assembly and deployment of fire-fighting, policing and medical services organizations.

    • (4) The operator of an airport shall conduct a table top exercise each year in which no full-scale exercise is conducted.

    • (5) The operator of an airport, when conducting a table top exercise, shall have

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      • (c) a copy of the airport grid map.

    • (6) The operator of an airport shall base the table top exercises on scenarios that include an aircraft accident or incident.

    • (7) The operator of an airport shall provide the Minister with a notice in writing of the date and time when a table top or full-scale exercise is to be carried out at least 60 days before the day of the exercise.

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    • (9) After each exercise, the operator of an airport shall conduct a debriefing with all the organizations identified in the plan and a representative of the airport personnel who participated to evaluate the effectiveness of the emergency plan and identify deficiencies.

    • (10) The operator of an airport shall implement an action plan to correct any deficiencies in the emergency plan that were identified during a debriefing session.

    • (11) The operator of an airport shall conduct partial exercises to assess proposed changes in the plan in order to correct deficiencies.

    • (12) The operator of an airport shall record

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    • (13) The operator of an airport shall keep an exercise record for 10 years after the day on which the record is made.

    • (14) The operator of an airport shall submit debriefing minutes and corrective action plans relating to an exercise to the Minister on request.

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