Security Training

Initial Training Refresher Training
Enrichment Syllabus
(version 13 Feb 2019 acc. EASA & BMVIT / Austria)
EU- reg 300/2008 & 2015/1998

OBJECTIVE
The introduction course is intended to provide participants with the basics knowledge to protect and prevent the international Aviation community of Terror attacks, high jacking, any kind of sabotage acts related within their organisation.
TARGET GROUP
The target audience for this course are the persons within the organisations who have to perform the daily tasks to protect, prevent and handle those Security issues in their organisation, like:
  • Security Manager
  • Accountable Manager of any approved AoC / NCC / ATO company
  • Safety Managers of any approved AoC with Aircraft > 5,7 to / NCC company
  • Pilot & Flight Attendants of any approved AoC company with Aircraft > 5,7 to (fix wing & rotary wing)
  • Ground Handling companies and their associated staff
  • Ramp Agents
  • Load Master of CAO
  • National Aviation Authorities staff members (awareness training)
DURATION
  • 3 hours theoretical part plus 1 hour of practical introduction (OJT) (content below)
  • 1,5 hours theoretical refresher part (recurrent course) plus OJT testing
CONTENT
The following subjects will be introduced during the course:
  • Basic Rules / Regulation structure of Aviation Security ( 4 Colum modell)
  • Tokyo convention (1963) unlawful interference on board of Aircrafts
  • De Haag convention (1970) unlawful High jacking of Aircraft
  • Montreal convention (1971) on top of the Tokyo convention, in more detail
  • ICAO Annex 6
  • Knowledge of previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation, terrorist acts and current threats,
  • Knowledge of access control procedures, reporting procedures, ability to identify prohibited articles, ability to communicate clearly & confidentially, ability to respond appropriate to security related incidents, how human behaviour can effect security performance,
  • Knowledge of legal framework for aviation security, e.g.
  • EU reg 2320 / 2002 chapter 12.3
  • EU reg 300 / 2008 (article 4 attachment 3 security check – / control of aircrafts; attachment 4 pax & cargo control; attachment 5 checking and controlling of screened Pax baggage; attachment 7 in flight supplies (on board food, drink supplies); attachment 11 recruitment and qualification of staff; (article 10 refers to ex 185 / 2010; now 2015/1998); (article 13 for AoC companies > 5,7 to)

4. CONTENT :

  • EU reg 2015/1988 (# 11 Staff recruitment and training)
  • SSP / national aviation security programm (NLSP in –D-)
  • Known consigner (catering company, Mx company, etc.)
  • Responsibilities of various Authorities
  • Weapon and Explosive legislation (international)
  • Knowledge of Security control mechanism
  • IATA regulation
  • Sealing of Aircraft / documentation

 

  • 11.2.3.6 Training of persons implementing aircraft security searches shall result in the following competencies:
  • Bomb treat- & search list
  • Knowledge of prohibited items
  • Ability to identify prohibited articles
  •  Knowledge of how to conceal such articles

 

  • 11.2.3.7 Training of persons implementing aircraft protection shall result in the following competencies:
  • (a) knowledge of how to protect and prevent unauthorised access to aircraft;
  • (b) knowledge of procedures for sealing aircraft, if applicable;
  • (c) knowledge of identification card systems used at the airport;
  • (d) knowledge of procedures for challenging persons and of circumstances in which persons should be challenged or reported; and
  • (e) knowledge of emergency response procedures.

 

  • 11.2.6 Training of persons other than passengers requiring unescorted access to security restricted areas

 

  • 11.2.6.1 Persons other than passengers requiring unescorted access to security restricted areas and not falling under
  • points 11.2.3 to 11.2.5 and 11.5 shall receive security awareness training before being issued with an authorisation granting unescorted access to security restricted areas.

 

  • 11.2.6.2 Security awareness training shall result in the following competencies:
  • (a) knowledge of previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation, terrorist acts and current threats;
  • (b) awareness of the relevant legal requirements;
  • (c) knowledge of the objectives and organisation of aviation security, including the obligations and responsibilities of persons implementing security controls;
  • (d) understanding of the configuration of the screening checkpoint and the screening process;

4. CONTENT:

  • (e) awareness of access control and relevant screening procedures;
  • (f) knowledge of airport identification cards used at the airport;
  • (g) knowledge of reporting procedures; and
  • (h) ability to respond appropriately to security related incidents.

 

  • 11.2.6.3 Each person undergoing security awareness training shall be required to demonstrate understanding of all
  • subjects referred to in point 11.2.6.2 before being issued with an authorisation granting unescorted access to security restricted areas.
  • Duty of the responsible Aircraft Commander (international / national)
LANGUAGE

english

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
  • Tokyo convention (1963) unlawful interference on board of Aircrafts
  • De Hague convention (1970) unlawful High jacking of Aircraft; article 11
  • Montreal convention (1971) on top of the Tokyo convention, in more detail
  • ICAO Annex 6 Aircraft ops part I / II / III
  • ICAO Annex 17
  • ICAO doc 8973 Security Manual
  • ICAO doc 9859 Safety Management Manual
  • ICAO SSP
  • ECAC doc; article 30
  • EU reg 2320 / 2002
  • EU reg 300 / 2008
  • EU reg 983 / 2010
  • EU reg 173 / 2012
  • EU reg 1254 / 2010
  • EUreg 18/2010
  • EU reg 774 / 2010
  • EU reg 2015/1998
  • EU decisions 5862 & 1228 others
  • LuftSiG
  • LuftSiSchulVo
  • LuftSiZUEV
  • NLSP (-D-) (ÖE)
  • Company OM-A- chapter 10 Security / Company own Security Manual
  • IATA Security manual