20. (1) The Chairman of the Board of Examiners shall report to the Authority the results of every examination, including
(a) the name of each person who passed the examination;
(b) the class of licence that each person who passed the examination therefor is entitled to; and
(c) the class of pilotage certificate that each person who passed the examination therefor will receive.
(2) The Authority shall, when requested by any person who fails an examination, provide that person with a report indicating the reason he failed.
- SOR/2006-73, s. 14.
FEES FOR EXAMINATIONS, LICENCES, PILOTAGE CERTIFICATES AND WAIVERS
21. (1) The fee payable to the Authority by an applicant for a licence is
(a) $250 for the examination; and
(b) $250 for the issue of the licence.
(2) The fee payable to the Authority by an applicant for a pilotage certificate is
(a) $1,000 for the examination; and
(b) $250 for the issue of the pilotage certificate.
(3) The fee payable to the Authority by the holder of a pilotage certificate is $250 in respect of each compulsory pilotage area endorsed on the certificate for each period of two years after the year in which the certificate is issued.
(4) and (5) [Repealed, SOR/2006-73, s. 15]
- SOR/80-342, s. 1;
- SOR/96-402, s. 1;
- SOR/2000-319, s. 3;
- SOR/2006-73, s. 15.
MINIMUM NUMBER OF LICENSED PILOTS OR HOLDERS OF PILOTAGE CERTIFICATES
22. The minimum number of licensed pilots or holders of pilotage certificates that shall be on board ship at any time is one, except where the Authority is of opinion that, due to the conditions or nature of the voyage, the ship requires more than one person to perform pilotage duties on the ship, in which case the minimum number is two.
23. Where a licence or pilotage certificate is suspended by the Authority pursuant to paragraph 17(4)(b) of the Act, the holder of the licence or pilotage certificate shall, if he wishes to have his licence or certificate reinstated, take such further training as will enable him to meet the qualifications prescribed in paragraphs 14(1)(j), (k) and (l) of these Regulations.
24. Where a person who holds a pilotage certificate is unable to meet the qualification under paragraph 14(2)(a), he shall be required to take further training to ensure that his knowledge of the pilotage area in respect of which his certificate is in force, is adequate.
25. (1) Where an incident occurs whereby a ship in a compulsory pilotage area
(a) causes loss or damage to any other vessel or to property located in or adjacent to the waters in that area, whether or not loss or damage results to the ship, or
(b) is damaged, stranded, lost or abandoned or is in any manner involved in an incident that may directly or indirectly cause damage to or pollution of the surrounding environment,
every holder of a licence or pilotage certificate who was performing pilotage duties on that ship shall immediately report to the Authority by the fastest means available all known details of the incident including any pollution or threat of pollution.
(2) Where the report referred to in subsection (1) is not in writing, the holder of the licence or pilotage certificate shall, within 72 hours after the time of that report, make a written report of the same matters to the Authority.
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