(1) This regulation applies to an aircraft if it is used to conduct a flight to or from an aerodrome in a polar region.
(2) The aerial work operator's operations manual must include procedures for the following:
(a) monitoring and dealing with fuel freezing;
(b) ensuring communication capability for the duration of an operation that includes a flight mentioned in subregulation (1);
(c) training the aircraft's flight crew in polar operations;
(d) ensuring that maintenance personnel who will carry out maintenance on the aircraft in a polar region are appropriately trained;
(e) mitigating crew member and aerial work passenger exposure to cosmic radiation during solar flare activity;
(f) if the aircraft will not be flown over water during a flight mentioned in subregulation (1) and it is reasonably likely a normal or emergency landing will expose persons on the aircraft to the polar environment in a location without support personnel immediately available--ensuring that each person on the aircraft will wear a serviceable, cold-weather, anti-exposure suit;
(g) if the aircraft will be flown over water during a flight mentioned in subregulation (1) and it is reasonably likely that an emergency landing will expose the persons on the aircraft to a landing on or in water--ensuring that each person on the aircraft will wear an immersion suit that is appropriate for the temperatures in which the flight will be conducted;
(h) dealing with emergency landings, or instruments, indicators, equipment or systems becoming inoperative, while the aircraft is away from the base for an operation that includes a flight mentioned in subregulation (1).