Straight from the TC webpage, if you are interested in providing feedback, here is the link:
We will conduct online consultations on our updated Standards for Marine Safety Services until March 30, 2012. Please provide feedback on the standards that apply to you.
The role of Transport Canada Marine Safety (TCMS) is to maintain and enhance marine safety and work to protect life, health, property and the marine environment. This includes providing services that are mandated by Acts and Regulations.
This is why we are:
consulting with stakeholders
aligning our service standards with the government's Policy on Service Standards for External Fees and the User Fee Act (UFA).
Our service standards are divided into five groups:
Group 1: Pleasure Craft Licensing and Pleasure Craft Operator Competency
Group 2: Cargo Inspection and Port State Control Programs
Group 3: Marine Personnel Programs (Certificates of Competency; Approved Training; Direct Examinations; Examination Services; Safe Manning Documents; Medical Certificates; Maritime Labour Licences and Certificates; Seafarers’ Documents; and Dispensations)
Group 4: Navigable Waters Protection Program
Group 5: Vessel Inspection and Certification Services; Small Vessel Compliance Program Services; Ship Radio Inspection; Vessel Registry Services; Marine Technical Review Board; and Marine Insurance Unit