Canada - TC

Transport Canada - http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/air-menu.htm 

MEDICAL CLASS ONE

source: http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/regserv/cars/part4-standards-t42402-1412.htm

The candidate shall be required to demonstrate his ability to perceive readily those colours the perception of which is necessary for the safe performance of his duties. For this requirement, one of the following colour test plates and score shall be used.

If an applicant does not meet standards of the tests bellow, the applicants colour vision shall be assessed fit under this requirement if he passes a Canadian Force or Civil Aeronautics colour perception lantern test or a Farnsworth D-15 test. An applicant who does not qualify under paras. 1.39 or 1.40 shall be assessed as fit for a restricted Commercial Pilot Licence provided the licence is issued with the following restriction: "Valid daylight only, 2-way radio required at controlled airports".NOTE: The colour perception practical test is no longer acceptable

Types of Plates (pseudo-isochromatic)

Edition

Plates to be Read

Max # Errors

American Optical

18 plates (1378A)

1-18 (include)

3

Ishihara

14 plates

1-11 (include)

1

Ishihara

16 plates

1- 8 (include)

1

Ishihara

24 plates

1-15 (include)

2

Ishihara

36 plates

1-21 (include)

3

American Optical

20 plates

1- 6 (include)

0

HRR

(2nd. ed)

 

 

*Titmus Vision Tester

 

ALL

0

*Keystone Orthoscope

 

ALL

0

*Keystone Telebinocular

 

ALL

0

*If failed, retest with plates to verify.

 

   

 

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