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Microsoft PowerPoint - P5 Applicable LEG x AOM REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR THE  AIRSPACE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT  (AOM) Civil‐Military Coordination Seminar VICTOR HERNANDEZ RO ATM/SAR 26-30 May 2014 Article 12 of the Chicago Convention:  Each contracting State undertakes to adopt measures to insure that every aircraft flying over or maneuvering within its territory and that every aircraft carrying its nationality mark, wherever such aircraft may be, shall comply with the rules and regulations relating to the flight and maneuver of aircraft there in force. Each contracting State undertakes to keep its own regulations in these respects uniform, to the greatest possible extent, with those established from time to time under this Convention. Over the high seas, the rules in force shall be those established under this Convention. Each contracting State undertakes to insure the prosecution of all persons violating the regulations applicable. 2 USOAP CMA audit areas Civil aviation organization  (ORG) SAAQ Primary aviation legislation and  civil aviation regulations (LEG) Chicago Convention Personnel licensing and  training (PEL) Annex 1, and 19 Aircraft operations (OPS) Annexes 6, 9, 18, 19 and  PANS‐OPS Aircraft accident and  incident investigation (AIG) Annex 13, and 19 Airworthiness of aircraft  (AIR) Annexes 6,7,8, 16 and 19 Air navigation services (ANS) Annexes 2,3,4,5,10,11,12,15,  19 and PANS‐ATM Aerodromes and ground  aids (AGA) Annex 14, and 19 Regulatory Framework STATE CONSTITUTION /  BASIC AVIATION  LEGISLATION  STATE REGULATIONS PROCEDURES & SAFETY  MANUALS TECHNICAL GUIDANCE &  CIRCULARS  CHICAGO CONVENTION  (DOC 7300) ANNEXES TO THE  CHICAGO CONVENTION  SAFETY SARPS & PANS ICAO GUIDANCE State regulatory framework • States to establish law and regulations for the application of the aviation system • Laws are usually approved by the State congress /parliament • Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs) propose amendments to the law and regulations according to their administrative competencies 5 Annex 19, CE1 • 1.1 The State shall promulgate a comprehensive and effective aviation law, consistent with the size and complexity of the State’s aviation activity and with the requirements contained in the Convention on International Civil Aviation, that enables the State to regulate civil aviation and enforce regulations through the relevant authorities or agencies established for that purpose. • 1.2 The aviation law shall provide personnel performing safety oversight functions access to the aircraft, operations, facilities, personnel and associated records, as applicable, of service providers. 6 Article 3 bis • Some States established areas for the identification of aircraft prior to entering their airspace of jurisdiction • Contracting States are urged to ratify the Protocol of Article 3 bis of the Chicago Convention: a) the obligation of States to refrain from resorting to the use of weapons against civil aircraft in flight; b) the obligation, in case of interception, not to endanger the lives of persons on board and the safety of aircraft; and c) the right of States to require a civil aircraft flying above its territory to land at a designated airport without authorization or, if there are reasonable grounds, to conclude that it is being used for any purpose inconsistent with the aims of the Convention. 7 States to ratify Art 3 Bis •CONCLUSION NACC/DCA/5/5 RATIFICATION OF ARTICLE 3 bis OF THE CHICAGO CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION – That Bahamas, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic Grenada, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago and United States, take the necessary actions to ratify the protocol relative to Article 3 bis of the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation and deposit the ratification document with ICAO as soon as possible. • SAM Region - Venezuela 8 9 Article 83 bis and other affected articles • Article 83 bis is intended to provide better regulation and oversight over air safety in the case of international lease, charter or interchange operations. • it provides for the transfer of certain functions and duties from the State of Registry to another State. • typically the State of Registry transfers the responsibilities to the State in which the aircraft are based (State of the Operator) – Note; ‘bis’ means the second provision of - in this case the provision was inserted in the Convention after Article 83 10 Article 83bis and other affected articles • The functions and duties that may be transferred in whole or in part relate to Articles 12, 30, 31, and 32(a) • - Article 12 - Rules of the Air • - Article 30 - Radio Equipment • - Article 31 - Certificate of Airworthiness • - Article 32(a) - Flight Crew Licenses Annex 2, Interception of aircraft • Interception of civil aircraft shall be governed by appropriate regulations and administrative directives issued by Contracting States in compliance with the Convention on International Civil Aviation, and in particular Article 3(d) under which Contracting States undertake, when issuing regulations for their State aircraft, to have due regard for the safety of navigation of civil aircraft.
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Score: 651268.65 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...gs/2014/SARSEMINAR/SAR-P20.pdf
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General regulaloly contat 1 The Basic Regulation on the Common Fisheries Policy establishes the legal framework for the conservation, management and exploitation of 'living aquatic resources' where such activities are practised on the territory of Member States or in EU waters or by EU fishing vessels or nationals. (...) Specific provisions for the Baltic Sea, the Belts and the 0resund were adopted following the accession of the Baltic States by way of Council Regulation (EC) No 21 8712005~~ In line with Article 9 of this Regulation, a large-scale drift-net ban has been in force in the Baltic Sea since lSf January 2008. (...) For reasons of clarity and, in order to facilitate uniform application of the above rules in Member States, a uniform definition of drift-nets was introduced through Council Regulation (EC) No 80912007~~.
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Score: 651166.8 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...heries/2012/2nd_Contrib_EU.pdf
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The Responsibilities of State Plant Protection Inspector. State Plant Protection Inspector is obliged to: a) enforce plant protection regulations to be followed by economic entities and natural persons in the field of agricultural activity; b) preserve the rights of economic entities and natural persons stipulated by law, not impeding natural course of their work; c) not disclose any information pertaining to economic entities and natural persons, as well as any information which contains commercial secrets; d) report to relevant state authorized bodies of any activity, which is prohibited by the present Law and other legislative acts of the Republic of Armenia concerning plant protection; e) apply enforcing measures established by law, in case when plant protection regulations have been violated; f) provide state authorized bodies, upon their request, with statements on measure of damages caused in the result of violating plant protection regulations. (...) PART VI CONFISCATION AND EXTERMINATION OF PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS AND OTHER REGULATED ARTICLES ARTICLE 21. CONFISCATION AND EXTERMINATION OF PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS AND OTHER REGULATED ARTICLES To eliminate the risk of introduction and dissemination of quarantine pests, infested plants, plant products and other regulated articles can, by the decision of state inspector, be confiscated for disinfection or extermination in the manner established by the legislation of the Republic of Armenia. (...) THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF ECONOMIC ENTITIES AND NATURAL PERSONS DRAFT LAW ON PLANT PROTECTION AND PLANT QUARANTINE 12 Economic Entities and Natural persons are obliged to: a) perform phytosanitary regulations; b) not hinder inspection and phytosanitary measures carried out by state inspectors of Plant Protection and Plant Quarantine Services, to ensure unimpeded entry of state inspectors into production, trade, storage areas, other objects, transportation means; control of other regulated articles to be undergone phytosanitary control; c) permit inspectors to draw samples for phytosanitary investigation; d) follow the legal requirements and instructions of state inspectors; e) compensate any damages caused by their illegal actions in the manner established by the legislation of the Republic of Armenia.
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Score: 650656.05 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_25.pdf
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The global framework of regulation (2/2) 3 Regulation should be in place in every country but the degree can vary significantly. Typical regulatory regime expressions (in declining order):  Robust regulation is in place and had been tested before.  Some regulation is in place but the defined process and /or the involved parties are weak.  Some rudimentary regulation has been established but it is not up to the task and may demonstrate a conflict of interest.  No effective regulation exists and / or no written rules. (...) The ACD is translated into the context of national law or regulation. Various European States then build on the ACD to determine national requirements.
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Score: 650428.03 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0Global%20framework%20IATA.pdf
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Regulation of rational forest exploitation and forestry 5. System of state management of forests New presentation of basic elements forms a new system of regulation of the forest relations, which provides development of the scientifically-grounded procedures for rational forest exploitation and formation of transparent system of state regulation 11.10.2004 4 Objects of legal regulation Current edition of the Forestry Code Regulations in the draft of new edition of the Forestry Code Article 7 and Chapter 5 The forests related and not related to the forest reserves. (...) Regulations for rational forestry and forest exploitation are applicable to all forests!
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Score: 650108.74 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...c-62/presentations/15benin.pdf
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ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to a) review and update the status of implementation of the B0-ACAS in Appendix A; and b) urge States, that have not yet done so, to: i. develop regulations to mandate the carriage of TCAS7.1; ii. ensure that air operators comply with the ICAO requirements related to ACAS; and iii. develop/maintain a database related to the carriage of the TCAS v7.1, in accordance with their national regulations. ------------------- RASG-MID/6-WP/28 APPENDIX A Table B0-ACAS EXPLANATION OF THE TABLE Column 1 Name of the State 2 3 4 Status of implementation of Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA). The Implementation should be based on the published aeronautical information: FI – Fully Implemented PI – Partially Implemented NI – Not Implemented Total Number of ATS Routes in the State. Total number of required routes (through Regional Agreement) to be implemented through segregated areas 5 Number of routes that are NOT implemented in the State due military restrictions (segregated areas) 6 Remarks State Status Regulation Reference Remarks 1 2 3 4 Bahrain Y Aeronautical Circular AC/OPS/05/2015 dated 10th of March 2015 Air Navigation Technical Regulations (ANTR) updated to reflect Annex 10 (Volume IV) Reference needs to be provided http://www.mtt.gov.bh/content/caa-laws-and-regulations Egypt Y ECAR Part 121.356 & ECAR Part 91.221 Egyptian Civil Aviation Regulation (ECAR) Parts 121 and 91 have been updated in accordance with the relevant provisions of ICAO Annex 10, Volume IV, Ch.4 http://www.civilaviation.gov.eg/Regulations/regulation.ht ml Iran Y Aeronautical Telecommunications by law, articles 3 & 4 According to articles 3 and 4 of Iran aeronautical telecommunications by law, ratified by board of ministers, Airborne collision avoidance systems are categorized as aeronautical telecommunications systems and should be manufactured, installed and maintained according to standards of Annex 10. (...) Iraq N Jordan Y JCAR-OPS.1 (1.668 airborne collision avoidance system) Kuwait Y Kuwait Civil Aviation Safety Regulations – Part 6 – Operation of Aircraft, Para. 6.20.4 Lebanon Y Regulation reference needs to be provided Libya N Oman Y Regulation reference needs to be provided http://www.mtt.gov.bh/content/caa-laws-and-regulations http://www.civilaviation.gov.eg/Regulations/regulation.html http://www.civilaviation.gov.eg/Regulations/regulation.html RASG-MID/6-WP/28 APPENDIX A A-2 State Status Regulation Reference Remarks 1 2 3 4 Qatar Y QCAR – OPS 1, Subpart K, QCAR – OPS 1.668 – Airborne collision avoidance system QCAR Part 10 - Volume4 Chapter 4 Airborne Collision Avoidance System References: http://www.caa.gov.qa/en/safety_regulations Saudi Arabia Y GACAR PART 91 – Appendix C Sudan Y Amended ANNEX 10 (V4)- ANNESX 6 (V2) According to adopted ANNEXEX TO SUDAN REGULATION (SUCAR 10 V4 Par. 4.3.5.3.1 AND SUCAR 6 V2 par 2.05.15) Syria N Unite Arab Emirates Y CAR-OPS 1.668 Airborne Collision Avoidance System (See IEM OPS 1.668) and CAAP 29 And AIP 1.5.6.6 https://www.gcaa.gov.ae/en/ePublication/Pages/CARs.asp x?
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Score: 650039.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...SG-MID6/WP%2028%20-%20ACAS.pdf
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These Regulations shall apply to the natural and legal persons irrespective of their form of ownership, the state fund of the normative legal instruments in the field of technical regulating and standards formed by the Committee on technical 2 regulating and metrology of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Kazakhstan (further – the authorized agency) and the state authorities within the limits of their competence and to the funds of the state authorities. 1. General provisions 1. The state fund of the normative legal instruments in the field of technical regulating and standards shall be formed by the authorized agency and the state authorities within the limits of their competence. 2. (...) The information to the concerned legal persons, subscribers and the users of the state fund of the normative legal instruments in the field of technical regulating shall be carried out by means of the information system of the fund by the written requests, as well by the e-mail, international network Internet. 13.
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Score: 649988.67 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../kaz_e/WTACCKAZ63A1_LEG_11.pdf
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The Staff Regulations The Staff Regulations were adopted by the Assembly of States Parties, in accordance with article 44(3) of the Rome Statute. (...) They provide more detailed provisions on the issues dealt with in the Regulations. The Financial Regulations and Rules The Financial Regulations and Rules were adopted by the Assembly of States Parties in accordance with article 113 of the Rome Statute and outlines the rules and regulations that govern the financial administration of the Court. (...) The Rules elaborate on these by providing detail on how the Regulations are to be implemented. An annex to the Rules and Regulations sets out the terms of reference for the auditor appointed by the Assembly of States Parties to audit the Court.
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Score: 649804.6 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/resource-library
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Why is this item only regulated when transported by sea? UN 1856 Rags, oily 4.2 Assigned UN Special Provision 29 which states: “This substance is exempt from labelling, but shall be marked with the appropriate class or division.” and UN Special Provision 117 which states: “Subject to these regulations only when transported by sea.” (...) UN 1857 Textile waste, wet 4.2 Assigned UN Special Provision 117 which states: “Subject to these regulations only when transported by sea.” (...) Assigned UN Special Provision 117 which states: “Subject to these regulations only when transported by sea.”
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Score: 649762.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2012/DGPWG.12.WP.034.2.en.pdf
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Development of UAS Regulation UAS Toolkit Home Narrative UAS Regulation Currently selected Training and Education Additional Considerations Authorization Recreational Operations State Regulations UAS Tools Rules or Guidance Special Authorization Frequently Used Terms FAQ News drone life sUAS News 2. (...) States may also consider UAS regulation that other States have developed/adopted and assess their suitability. (...) VLOS versus BVLOS operations and rural versus densely populated area operations.   In addition, States may want to consider a base threshold category that is considered low risk and might not be subject to aviation regulations.
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Score: 649067.72 - https://www.icao.int/safety/UA...ages/Narrative-Regulation.aspx
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