Foreword

This manual is for the use and guidance of Air Carrier Inspectors in the performance of their duties. It is written to ensure that standards are applied that promote the safe conduct of Canadian civil aviation, and to enhance values such as; quality of service, mutual respect and professionalism.

Cabin Safety, Airworthiness and Dangerous Goods Inspectors need to refer to the publications of their respective areas of expertise for guidance in the performance of their duties as they relate to the certification and inspection of air operators.

I emphasize that all matters pertaining to an inspector's duties and responsibilities cannot be covered in this manual. Inspectors must exercise good judgment in matters where specific guidance is not given. Changes within the industry to aviation technology and to legislation will necessitate changes to requirements.

Your comments and recommendations should be forwarded to the Chief, Commercial and Business Aviation, Operational Standards (AARXB).

Original signed by Michel Gaudreau on July22, 2004

Michel Gaudreau
Director
Commercial and Business Aviation

"Permission is granted, by TC (AARX), to copy this TP3783E as required. While use of this material has been authorized, TC shall not be responsible for the manner in which the information is presented, nor for any interpretations thereof. This TP3783E may not be updated to reflect amendments made to original content. For up-to-date information, contact TC (AARX)".

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