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Rule 4766-5-12 | Temporary use of aircraft and disaster operations.


[Comment: For dates and availability of material incorporated by reference in this chapter of the Administrative Code, see rule 4766-5-18 of the Administrative Code.]

(A) No AMSO shall operate an aircraft without a permit issued in accordance with section 4766.07 of the Revised Code except as provided in paragraph (E) of this rule.

(B) An AMSO aircraft that has not been issued a permit by the board may be issued a temporary permit, for a period not to exceed sixty days, if the aircraft is used to replace a permitted AMSO aircraft that has been temporarily taken out of service for repair or maintenance or is being permanently replaced. In order to obtain a temporary permit, an AMSO shall submit a "Temporary Aircraft" form to the board containing:

(1) Identification number of the permitted AMSO aircraft;

(2) Date permitted AMSO aircraft was placed out of service;

(3) Identification number of the AMSO aircraft to receive a temporary permit;

(4) Date temporarily permitted AMSO aircraft is to be placed in service;

(5) Reason the permitted AMSO aircraft was taken out of service.

(C) The AMSO shall clearly and conspicuously display the temporary aircraft permit in any temporary aircraft used by the AMSO.

(D) Any temporary aircraft permit not in use shall be stored and made readily available to the board upon request.

(E) In the event of a disaster situation when permitted aircraft based in the locality of the disaster situation are incapacitated or insufficient in number to render services needed, a licensed AMSO may utilize whatever means necessary to transport and treat patients.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 4766.03
Amplifies: 4766.07
Five Year Review Date: 11/1/2024
Prior Effective Dates: 1/6/2008, 9/26/2014