7.2 Air Operator's Notification Responsibilities

7.2.1 An air operator must advise Transport Canada when a CCD is no longer employed by the Company or will not be required to perform CCD duties during the coming 24 months.

7.2.2 It is the air operator’s responsibility to submit to the Transport Canada office concerned a formal written request to have every ACD monitored annually before their expiry date. The request should be submitted to arrive at least thirty (30) days prior to the proposed date of the monitor. Upon reception of the request, Transport Canada will coordinate with the air operator and agree on a common date. In the absence of another method, the form in Appendix D should be used.
The proposed date of the monitor can be up to ninety (90) days prior to the expiry date of the current one. The same procedure applies for ACD DCC validity.

7.2.3 If the air operator anticipates a delay or problem with the scheduled monitor referred to in 7.2.2, contact should be made as soon as possible with the Transport Canada office concerned to make an alternate appointment.

7.2.4 The original of all competency check reports must be submitted to the person with the appropriate delegated authority under the Director, National Operations or under the Regional Director, Civil Aviation, as appropriate, as soon as practicable after the competency check is completed.

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