AVIATION SECURITY PROCEDURES


Airplane Security Procedures Online Course starts with an overwiev of definitions & terms and Controlling Documents. The course then focuses on Different Level of Threats & Actions including threat levels from 1 to 4.\nThe course also includes Sabotage and Bomb Threat Sections detailing Action by person receiving a bomb threat call, Bomb threat on ground & in-flight. Dealing with Chemical & Biological Weapon (CBW) title is another section where Aerosol CBW with Activation, CBW Threats in Cabin-without activation, CBW threats in cargo compartment, suspicious substance & packages sub-titles are discussed. The Airplane Security Procedures course also looks at Hijack Procedures ;hijacker profile, stage of hijack. The course is finalized with Aircraft Security Procedures section explaining Airplane under crew supervision, Security Briefing, Cabin Check Prior to Flight, Flight Crew Compartment Access Procedures and Airplane not under crew supervision. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.


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Course Info

Course AVIATION SECURITY PROCEDURES
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam Yes
Number of Questions 10
Passing Grade 75
Course Duration 03:25:30
Availability 90 Day
Regulatory Compliance FAA / EASA / CAA and Compliance with IOSA audits

Price: € 75.00



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Content of the Course

COURSE START
INTRODUCTION - GENERAL
DEFINITIONS AND TERMS
CONTROLLING DOCUMENTS
THE UNITED NATIONS
ECOSOC
ICAO
CONVENTIONS
OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
LOCAL AUTHORITIES
AIRPORT SECURITY
NATIONAL SECURITY PROGRAM
EMERGENCY PLAN
AIRPORT DESIGN
AIRSIDE - LANDSIDE
CRITICAL PARTS OF SECURITY RESTRICTED AREAS (CSRA)
BACKGROUND CHECKS
SPECIFIC ZONES
COLOR CODE
IDENTIFICATION CARD
CREW IDENTIFICATION CARD
AIRPORT IDENTIFICATION CARD
AUTHORIZATION PASS
TEMPORARY AUTHORIZATION
ESCORT
VEHICLE PASS
CRITICAL PARTS OF A SECURITY - RESTRICTED AREA
EMERGENCIES AT THE TERMINAL BUILDING
THREAT LEVELS
ATTACKER PROFILES
SUSPICIOUS ITEMS
SUSPICIOUS VEHICLES
INTERVIEW
SCREENING AND SECURITY AT AIRPORTS
LIQUIDS AND PROHIBITED ARTICLES
PROHIBITED OBJECTS
PROHIBITED OBJECTS
PROHIBITED OBJECTS
CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS AND SUBSTANCES
LIST OF PROHIBITED ARTICLES
DIFFERENT LEVEL OF THREATS AND ACTIONS
Threat levels/actions
THREAT LEVEL 1 - Unruly Behaviour – Verbally Threatening or Abusive; Suspicious
Action
THREAT LEVEL 2 - Physically Abusive Behavior
Action
THREAT LEVEL 3 - Life-threatening Behaviour
Action
On the ground
In-Flight
THREAT LEVEL 4 - Attempted or Actual Breach of Flight Deck
Action - On the ground
In-Flight
POST – INCIDENT CONCERNS FOR CREW
SABOTAGE (CONSIDERED A LEVEL 3 THREAT)
Internal threats
External threats
BOMB THREAT (CONSIDERED A LEVEL 3 THREAT)
ACTION BY PERSON RECEIVING A BOMB THREAT CALL
BOMB THREAT ON GROUND
BOMB THREAT IN FLIGHT - If a bomb threat is received in flight
DEALING WITH CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WEAPON (CBW)
AEROSOL CBW WITH ACTIVATION
Action
CBW THREATS IN CABIN – WITHOUT ACTIVATION
Action
CBW THREATS IN CARGO COMPARTMENT
SUSPICIOUS SUBSTANCE AND PACKAGES
Discovery of a suspicious spilled substance
Discovery of a suspicious package/envelope
REPORTING PROCEDURE
HIJACK PROCEDURES
HIJACKER PROFILE
STAGE OF HIJACK - INTIMIDATION PHASE
Custodial phase
Stockholm syndrome - London syndrome - John wayne syndrome
AIRCRAFT SECURITY PROCEDURES
AIRPLANE UNDER CREW SUPERVISION
TRANSIT PASSENGERS
SECURITY BRIEFING
CABIN CHECK PRIOR TO FLIGHT
FLIGHT CREW COMPARTMENT ACCESS PROCEDURES
AIRPLANE NOT UNDER CREW SUPERVISION
HE LEAST-RISK LOCATION
SUMMARY
COURSE END