Part VII — Commercial Air Services (continued)
Subpart 6 — Aircraft Maintenance Requirements for Air Operators (continued)
706.10 No air operator shall authorize a person to perform, without supervision, a task that is elementary work set out in the Aircraft Equipment and Maintenance Standards unless the person
(a) has satisfactorily completed training for the task under a training program required by section 706.12; and
(b) has previously performed that task under the direct supervision of the holder of an aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) licence or a training organization approved pursuant to Subpart 3 of Part IV.
706.11 An air operator shall ensure that each person who performs or requests the performance of servicing has satisfactorily completed training, under a training program required by section 706.12, for the servicing to be performed.
706.12 An air operator shall implement a training program to ensure that persons who are authorized to perform a function under this Subpart are trained in respect of the regulations, standards and air operator procedures applicable to that function, as specified in the Commercial Air Service Standards.
(a) all personal qualifications in respect of any appointment made pursuant to section 706.03;
(b) any authorization to perform elementary work given in accordance with section 706.10 and incorporated in the maintenance control manual (MCM) in accordance with the Commercial Air Service Standards; and
(c) all training conducted pursuant to section 706.12.
(2) The air operator shall provide a copy of each record required by subsection (1) to the person to whom the record refers on the completion of any training or the giving of an authorization referred to in paragraph (1)(b).
Service Difficulty Reporting
706.14 The holder of an air operator certificate shall report to the Minister, in accordance with Division IX of Subpart 21 of Part V, any reportable service difficulty related to any aircraft that it operates.
- SOR/2009-280, s. 36
Safety Management System
706.15 The holder of an air operator certificate issued under section 705.07 shall, for all maintenance control activities performed under this Subpart, adhere to the requirements set out in section 705.151 or 705.154 with respect to a safety management system.
- SOR/2005-173, s. 27
Part VIII — Air Navigation Services
- air traffic control unit
air traffic control unit[Repealed, SOR/2002-352, s. 4]
- air traffic services
air traffic services or ATS includes air traffic control services, air traffic advisory services and flight information services; (services de la circulation aérienneouATS)
- ATS operations certificate
ATS operations certificate[Repealed, SOR/2007-290, s. 11]
- emergency assistance services
emergency assistance services means services provided for the purpose of
- flight information services
flight information services[Repealed, SOR/2002-352, s. 4]
- operational location
operational location means the physical location of an operational air traffic control unit or flight service station. (emplacement opérationnel)
(2) Any reference in this Part to an annex to the Convention includes the differences notified to ICAO by the Government of Canada in respect of the standards specified in that annex.
- SOR/2002-352, s. 4
- SOR/2007-290, s. 11
800.02 This Part does not apply in respect of any air navigation services that are provided by or under the authority of the Minister of National Defence.
Subpart 1 — Air Traffic Services
(2) No air traffic controller shall issue an air traffic control clearance or an air traffic control instruction except
(a) in the case of domestic airspace, in accordance with the Canadian Domestic Air Traffic Control Separation Standards; and
(b) in the case of international airspace in respect of which Canada has accepted, by means of a regional air navigation agreement, the responsibility of providing air navigation services, in accordance with the standards contained in Chapter 3 of Annex 11 to the Convention.
- SOR/2002-352, s. 5
Services to Be Provided in Class A, B, C, D and E Airspace
(2) Where air traffic control services are provided to aircraft operating in Class C airspace, the services shall include
(3) Where air traffic control services are provided to aircraft operating in Class D airspace, the services shall include
(4) Where air traffic control services are provided to aircraft operating in Class E airspace, the services shall include separation between IFR aircraft.
- SOR/2002-352, s. 6
Requirement for ATS Operations Certificate
801.03 No person shall operate an air traffic control unit or a flight service station unless the person holds and complies with the provisions of an ATS operations certificate that authorizes the person to operate the air traffic control unit or flight service station.
Application for ATS Operations Certificate
801.04 An applicant for an ATS operations certificate shall submit to the Minister
(a) an application for an ATS operations certificate; and
(b) a copy of the proposed ATS site manual for each operational location to be listed on the certificate.
Issuance of ATS Operations Certificate
801.05 (1) Subject to section 6.71 of the Act, the Minister shall issue an ATS operations certificate to an applicant, authorizing the applicant to operate an air traffic control unit or a flight service station, if
(a) the applicant demonstrates that
(b) an ATS site manual for the operational location has been approved by the Minister.
(2) The Minister shall approve an ATS site manual if it
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