Division V — Medical Examiners
Authority to Conduct Medical Examinations
404.16 No physician shall conduct a medical examination of an applicant for the issuance or renewal of a medical certificate unless the physician conducts the medical examination in the region in which the physician is licensed to practise and
(a) the physician is appointed by the Minister as a CAME;
(b) where the applicant is a regular member of the Canadian Forces or an air cadet, the physician is a Canadian Forces flight surgeon; or
(c) where the applicant resides or is examined in a contracting state other than Canada, the physician is authorized by the licensing authority of the contracting state to conduct such examinations.
- SOR/2007-229, s. 4.
Responsibilities of Medical Examiner
404.17 Where a physician referred to in paragraph 404.16(a) or (b) conducts a medical examination of an applicant for the issuance or renewal of a medical certificate, the physician shall
(a) conduct the medical examination in accordance with the procedures set out in the personnel licensing standards; and
(b) submit a medical report to the Minister that specifies the results of the medical examination and contains, if warranted by those results, the physician’s recommendation that the medical certificate be restricted to a validity period that is shorter than the validity period set out in the table to subsection 404.04(6) for the certificate.
- SOR/2007-229, s. 5.
Examination for Renewal of a Medical Certificate or for Permission to Continue to Exercise the Privileges of a Permit, Licence or Rating
404.18 When the holder of a medical certificate undergoes a medical examination by a physician referred to in paragraph 404.16(a) or (b) for the purpose of renewing his or her certificate or obtaining permission to continue to exercise the privileges of his or her permit, licence or rating, the physician shall
(a) sign and date the medical certificate and stamp it with his or her official stamp indicating that the holder is “fit” and return the medical certificate to the holder; or
(b) advise the holder that he or she is “unfit” and return the medical certificate to the holder.
- SOR/2003-129, s. 9;
- SOR/2007-229, s. 6.
Subpart 5 — Flight Training
Division I — General
405.01 (1) In this Subpart, “Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training” means a publication concerning flight training.
(2) Any reference in this Subpart to the personnel licensing standards is a reference to the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training.
405.02 This Subpart applies in respect of the conduct of flight training using an aeroplane, helicopter, glider, balloon, gyroplane or ultra-light aeroplane.
Division II — Flight Training Program
Flight Training Program
405.11 No person shall conduct flight training unless the flight training program is in accordance with the requirements of Subpart 1 in respect of
(a) the initial issuance of a permit, licence or rating;
(b) the renewal of a rating; and
(c) a flight review.
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