Aviation security in the transport chain according to DVO (EU) No.2015/1998 What do you have to do with aviation security?
Everyone involved in a pick-up or transfer to an aircraft has to observe the security guidelines.
Fulfilment of legal requirements.
Defence against fines and a criminal offence. Maintaining security status. Securing gaps in the transport chain. Preventing terrorist attacks.
Learning objectivesThe past, but also the present, has shown that no one can feel safe from terrorist attacks.
Unfortunately, there will never be 100% certainty. Therefore, it must be the task of all to adhere to the guidelines of DVO (EU) No. 2015/1998.
This means that not only the aviation authorities, the airport operators and the airlines must do everything possible to implement the regulations as perfectly as possible, but also all industries that are active in the area of air cargo must do everything possible to implement and improve the security controls and/or measures.
It is important to provide the transport chain with a high level of security and thus ensure transport by air in accordance with the above-mentioned law.
ContentsTerrorist attacks and current threats, Relevant legislation,
Aviation security objectives and structure,
Knowledge of procedures for stopping people Knowledge of reporting procedures,
Ability to identiﬁcate prohibited items,
Ability to react appropriately to the discovery of prohibited items, knowledge of ways to hide prohibited items,
Knowledge of the protection requirements for freight and mail; and
Knowledge of the carriage requirements, if applicable
Elements to build a robust and resilient safety culture.