Ontario-Template-rdims-12497439-v1-standardized_uav_sfoc_application_-_onatrio_region-002.doc

Methods of contacting emergency services checklists

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methods of contacting emergency services, checklists); and e. Where applicable, ensure access routes are available for emergency vehicles . YES - 5.2 The following section deals with in-flight emergency procedures: By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a plan to contact, and know who to contact, if the UAV is no longer under control of the pilot and the UAV flies away. Refer to Appendix A. YES - 5.3 This section deals with specific procedures that outline how to deal with emergency situations: 5.3.1 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a command and control link failure procedure; YES - 8 | P a g e
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Transport Canada Special Flight Operations Certificate (UAV) Application Form – RDIMS-#12337570 5.3.2 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a loss of visual contact procedure; YES - 5.3.3 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place an operation of the flight termination system procedure; YES - 5.3.4 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a lost link procedure; YES - 5.3.5 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a communications failures (e.g. ATC, visual observer, etc.) procedure; YES - 5.3.6 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a fly-away (e.g. immediate actions, ATC communications, etc.) procedure including a procedure whereby The Certificate holder shall have immediately available an Emergency Procedures Checklist for the operator to follow if the UAV fly-away occurs, including the applicable Nav Canada Area Control Centre Shift Manager (See Appendix A) and the local airport Control Tower or Flight Service Station phone numbers. YES - 5.3.7 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that in the event of a fly-away, the procedures outlined in appendix A for the Flight Information Region in which the operation occurs will be followed. YES - 5.4 By checking Yes, the Certificate applicant will have in place normal and emergency procedures; YES - 5.5 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they have in place a Pre-flight preparation/planning process, including at a minimum, the following procedures and how each will be accomplished: a. checking NOTAMS; b. weather briefing; c. fuel/energy and oil requirements; d. securing of cargo; e. radio frequency interference check; and f. carriage of dangerous goods; YES - 9 | P a g e
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Transport Canada Special Flight Operations Certificate (UAV) Application Form – RDIMS-#12337570 5.6 By checking YES, the Certificate Applicant confirms that they will file A NOTAM at least 24 hours in advance (or as agreed upon with Nav Canada) for any operation under this SFOC that is within Class C, D, E, or F airspace or within five (3) nautical miles of any aerodrome in either controlled or uncontrolled airspace, unless directed otherwise by the Air Traffic Service Unit Manager or the Military Air Traffic Service Unit responsible for that airspace.
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  • Summer '14
  • mickey
  • certificate applicant, UAV Operations, Special Flight Operations, Flight Operations Certificate, Transport Canada Special

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