The safety goggles worn by pilots and flight attendants are a must for all pilots in Canada.
The government is also trying to encourage airlines to make them available at airports.
A recent study found that in the first six months of 2016, more than 1,000 flights in Canada were cancelled because of pilot safety goggles being removed.
The issue is getting worse.
While it has been reported that the number of incidents is down, there have been more reported incidents.
A study published in December found that flight attendants who wear safety goggles are more likely to be assaulted and assaulted on-duty pilots, and more likely than the average person to be attacked while flying.
A pilot who wears a safety headset is required to wear a helmet with an external microphone for each ear.
A pilot who does not wear a safety helmet is also required to carry an oxygen mask in his or her flight bag.
This is to help keep oxygen in the cabin.
Safety goggles are worn on a pilot’s face and are used to monitor the wearer’s oxygen level.
The helmet also includes a safety mask, which is worn under the helmet.
The new helmet rules are aimed at making sure the safety goggles for pilots are not just for shows.
The FAA has said it will allow pilots to wear safety masks while flying, and the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is asking airlines to put them in all their carry-on luggage.
Safety goggles are part of a wider safety initiative.
CATIA has also asked airlines to install new seat belts in order to prevent pilots from falling and falling while flying in the event of an emergency.
The CATSSA said that if a pilot fails to wear an emergency helmet, “he could be seriously injured and be at risk of permanent disfigurement, loss of consciousness or loss of a brain stem.”
The safety helmet will not be available until at least March 2017.