GENERAL SECURITY AWARENESS


This module aims to ensure that the personnel of various units of airports realize the significance of the civil aviation security and contribute to the protection and defence against illegal acts in opposition to civil aviation. This module is necessary for ensuring the awareness of basic terms and also the understanding of reasons beyond the formation of legislations, and also gathering utmost attention on security measures required to be obeyed in advance of works, and covers the following: overview on terrorism, threats against aviation security, types of persons and organizations that pose a threat risk for aviation security, why is civil aviation an attractive target for terrorist groups, targets of threatening organizations and persons, procedures to be followed when there is a bomb threat, international regulations concerning aviation security, duties of EADUK, authorized authority, airport operator security and organization, aircraft operator security program, organizations/institutions engaged in facilities at airports, general security awareness, entry control measures, being always sensitive on security related matters, detection of passengers and personnel catering and company items, event reporting.


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Course GENERAL SECURITY AWARENESS
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam Yes
Number of Questions 10
Passing Grade 75
Course Duration 00:48:45
Availability 90 Day
Regulatory Compliance FAA / EASA / CAA and Compliance with IOSA audits

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Content of the Course

COURSE START
OBJECTIVE OF THE TRAINING
NECESSITY OF AVIATION SECURITY
OVERVIEW ON TERRORISM
Question and Answer 1
THREATS AGAINST AVIATION SECURITY?
WHAT ARE THREATS AGAINST AVIATION SECURITY?
AIRCRAFT HIJACKING
An Example of a most recent incident:
SABOTAGE
Sabotages onboard the aircraft
ATTACKS AGAINST AIRPORTS
ATTACKS AGAINST AIRPORT TERMINALS
POSSIBLE ATTACKS AGAINST PREMISES OTHER THAN AIRPORT BUILDINGS
11 SEPTEMBER ATTACKS
TYPES OF PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS THAT POSE A THREAT RISK FOR AVIATION SECURITY -INDIVIDUALS
Individuals
Crime organizations
Refugees/asylum seekers
Mentally unstable persons
Question and Answer 2
Unsatisfied employees
ORGANIZATIONS - ETNIC TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS
Ideologic terrorist organisations
Religious terrorism organizations
Siber terrorism organizations
WHY IS CIVIL AVIATION AN ATTRACTIVE TARGET FOR TERRORIST GROUPS?
Question and Answer 3
TARGETS OF THREATENING ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONS
PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED WHEN THERE IS A BOMB THREAT - GENERAL PURPOSES FOR BOMB THREATS / WARNINGS
Question and Answer 4
WHERE IS THE BOMB? - WHEN WILL THE BOMB EXPLODE?
WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
WHO ARE YOU?
PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED WHEN AN UNATTENDED OBJECT IS FOUND
PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED WHEN A SUSPECTED OBJECT IS FOUND
IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES ( I E D )
An “Improvised explosive device” consists of basic components.
Question and Answer 5
INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING AVIATION SECURITY
ECAC (EUROPEAN CIVIL AVIATION CONFERENCE)
ECAC DOCUMENT-30
RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS
1970 Hague convention - 1971 Montreal convention - 1988 Montreal protocol - 1991 Protocol on the marking of plastic explosives
2010 BEIJING CONVENTION ON THE SUPRESSION OF - UNLAWFUL ACTS RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION
NATIONAL REGULATIONS AND ORGANIZATION
NATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMME
DUTIES OF EADUK
Question and Answer 6
AUTHORIZED AUTHORITY
AIRPORT OPERATOR SECURITY AND ORGANIZATION - AIRPORT SECURITY PROGRAM
AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGER
AIRPORT SECURITY COMMISSION
DUTIES OF THE AIRPORT SECURITY COMMISSION:
AIRPORT TRAINING, RESEARCH AND SUPERVISION UNIT
AIRCRAFT OPERATOR SECURITY PROGRAM - AIRCRAFT OPERATOR SECURITY MANAGER
ORGANIZATIONS/INSTITUTIONS ENGAGED IN FACILITIES AT AIRPORTS
GENERAL SECURITY AWARENESS
ENTRY CONTROL MEASURES
Airside access controls - Apron - Cargo/catering facilities
SECURITY RESTRICTED AREA ENTRY
LAND SIDE
AIRSIDE
Security restricted area: (security controlled area inside the airside)
AIRPORT ENTRY CARDS
CARD USAGE/SECURITY DIRECTIVE FOR AIRPORT EMPLOYEES
Question and Answer 7
Question and Answer 8
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION CARD
GENERAL PROVISIONS
PENAL PROVISIONS
BEING ALWAYS SENSITIVE ON SECURITY RELATED MATTERS - PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
DETECTION OF PASSENGERS AND PERSONNEL - PERSONNEL ENTRY - SECURITY CONTROL
Vehicle entry - Security control - Baggage
SECURITY ON BAGGAGE/CARGO/CATERING/CLEANING FACILITIES - CATERING AND COMPANY ITEMS - CLEANING
EVENT REPORTING
COURSE END