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Canadian Aviation Regulations

Version of section 302.202 from 2008-11-28 to 2019-06-13:

  •  (1) After consultation with a representative sample of the air operators that use the airport and with community organizations that may be of assistance during emergency operations at the airport or in its vicinity, the operator of an airport shall develop and maintain an emergency plan for the purpose of identifying

    • (a) the emergencies that can reasonably be expected to occur at the airport or in its vicinity and that could be a threat to the safety of persons or to the operation of the airport;

    • (b) the measures to activate the emergency plan for each type of emergency;

    • (c) the community organizations capable of providing assistance in an emergency; and

    • (d) any additional resources available at the airport and in the surrounding area.

  • (2) The operator of an airport shall establish a degree of supervision and control sufficient to manage the size and complexity of an emergency.

  • (3) The operator of an airport shall

    • (a) maintain at the airport, in the format of a manual, a copy of an updated version of the emergency plan; and

    • (b) provide a copy to the Minister on request.

  • (4) The operator of an airport shall

    • (a) update the emergency plan as necessary to ensure its effectiveness in emergency operations; and

    • (b) review the plan and make any required updates at least once a year after consultation with a representative sample of the air operators that use the airport and the community organizations identified in the plan.

  • SOR/2007-262, s. 2
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