Subpart D - Documents and records
92.151 Production of documents
(a) The operator of an aircraft in which Dangerous Goods are carried shall, within a reasonable time after being requested to do so by the Governor produce all or any of the following documents:
(1) the written approval to carry dangerous goods by air; and
(2) the Dangerous Goods Transport Document or other document in respect of any dangerous goods; and
(3) the completed Acceptance Check List in a legible form in respect of any dangerous goods; and
(4) a copy of the written information provided to the pilot-in-command of the aircraft in respect of any dangerous goods; and
(b) The aircraft operator, shipper and any agent of either of them shall, within a reasonable time after being requested so to do by an authorised person, produce any document which relates to goods which the authorised person has reasonable grounds to suspect may be dangerous goods in respect of which the provisions of the Order or this OTAR Part have not been complied with.
(c) All documents listed in paragraph 92.151(a) and (b) shall be in English or be accompanied by an English translation.
92.153 Personnel records
(a) Each person to whom this OTAR Part applies shall retain a training record, for every person whose duties include a function connected with the carriage of passengers or cargo by air, for at least 36 months from the date of the training undertaken.
(b) The record required to be retained under paragraph 92.153(a) shall identify for each person:
(1) the individual’s name;
(2) the initial training programme, if applicable, and the date of last recurrent training undertaken; and
(3) a description, copy or reference to training materials used to meet the requirement;
(4) the identity of the person and/or organisation that conducted the training; and
(5) the results of assessments of the individual's knowledge and understanding and the competency achieved.
92.155 Retention of records
(a) The operator of an aircraft carrying dangerous goods as cargo shall ensure that a copy of the Dangerous Goods Transport Document and the written information to the pilot-in-command are retained at a readily accessible location until after the full period of the flight on which the goods were carried.
(b) The operator of an aircraft in which dangerous goods are carried shall preserve for not less than three months:
(1) any dangerous goods transport document or other document in respect of dangerous goods which has been furnished to him by the shipper; and
(2) the record of any completed acceptance check list; and
(3) the written information to the pilot in command.
(c) The record referred to in paragraph 92.155(b)(2) may be in hard copy or electronic form so long as the recording is capable of being reproduced in a legible format.