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Version of section 308.06 from 2006-03-22 to 2006-06-29:

  •  (1) Where aircraft emergency intervention is provided at a non-designated airport by intervenors, the operator of the airport shall ensure that

    • (a) an intervenor is at the airport during the hours established under section 308.05 for the provision of aircraft emergency intervention;

    • (b) the extinguishing agents and equipment prescribed in section 308.12 are serviceable and readily available at the airport for use in responding to an alarm; and

    • (c) an intervenor is able to achieve a response time of five minutes from the time the alarm is sounded to the time the intervenor reaches the midpoint of the farthest runway with the extinguishing agents and equipment prescribed in section 308.12.

  • (2) Where aircraft emergency intervention is provided at a non-designated airport by a community fire-fighting service, the operator of the airport shall ensure that

    • (a) a person is at the airport to alert the firefighters if an alarm is sounded during the hours established under section 308.05 for the provision of aircraft emergency intervention; and

    • (b) the community fire-fighting service

      • (i) has the extinguishing agents and equipment prescribed in section 308.12 serviceable and readily available for use in responding to an alarm, and

      • (ii) is able to achieve a response time of five minutes from the time the alarm is sounded to the time the firefighters reach the midpoint of the farthest runway with the extinguishing agents and equipment prescribed in section 308.12.

  • (3) The operator of a non-designated airport shall ensure that the intervenors and firefighters have the communication and alerting system that meets the requirements of section 308.14.

  • SOR/2002-226, s. 3
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