Canadian Aviation Regulations
604.117 (1) Despite paragraph 602.60(1)(h), no person shall conduct a take-off in an aircraft operated by a private operator that is configured as follows unless the corresponding number of first aid kits is carried on board, and each kit contains the supplies and equipment set out in the Aviation Occupational Health and Safety Regulations:
(a) on board an aircraft configured for 1 to 50 passenger seats, one kit;
(b) on board an aircraft configured for 51 to 150 passenger seats, two kits;
(c) on board an aircraft configured for 151 to 250 passenger seats, three kits; and
(d) on board an aircraft configured for 251 or more passenger seats, four kits.
(2) No person shall conduct a take-off in an aircraft operated by a private operator unless
(a) the first aid kits referred to in subsection (1) are distributed throughout the cabin and are readily available to crew members and passengers;
(b) each first aid kit is clearly identified; and
(c) if a first aid kit is stowed in a bin or compartment, the bin or compartment is clearly marked as containing a first aid kit.
- SOR/2014-131, s. 18
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