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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers key aspects related to addressing airport and airplane security.

Introduction

In response to the escalating issue of aircraft hijackings, the U.S. government explored various strategies to enhance airport and flight security.

To effectively counteract this security challenge, a multifaceted approach was adopted, emphasizing best practices such as:

Layered Security Approach to address diverse threats. Implementing multiple layers of security, from perimeter fencing and surveillance to passenger screening and in-flight security measures, helps to mitigate risks and address various threat vectors. Incorporating multiple security layers, including:

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com Considers key aspects related to delivering an effective Aviation Security System

Introduction

The history of civil aviation is marked not only by technological advancements and increased connectivity across the globe but also by periods of vulnerability to unlawful interference and terrorism.

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers key trends emerging within the Aviation Security Landscape

Introduction - Recent Trends and the Future of Aviation Security

In recent years, the focus has expanded to include threats such as cyber-attacks on aviation systems and the use of drones near airports.

  • • The industry has responded by integrating advanced technology like biometric screening, AI for threat detection, and sophisticated cybersecurity measures to protect against a broad spectrum of threats.
  • • The historical context of unlawful interference with civil aviation reveals a pattern of evolving threats and responses.
  • • It highlights the importance of international cooperation, the adoption of advanced technology, and the need for continuous vigilance and adaptation to emerging security challenges.
  • • The goal remains clear: to ensure the safety and security of passengers and crew while maintaining the freedoms associated with global aviation.
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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com considers the importance of managing the risks in a systematic and controlled way using a Risk Register as the Fundamental Tool.

Hazard identification is the foundation of the risk management process in an SMS and may be conducted reactively, proactively, and even predictably. A Hazard is something with the potential to cause harm, and a risk is the potential outcome of a hazard.

What is the difference between a Safety System Hazard Register and a Risk Register?

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com Considers the importance of managing the risks in a systematic and controlled way using a Risk Register as the Fundamental Tool.

Hazard identification is the foundation of the risk management process in an SMS and may be conducted reactively, proactively and even predictably. A Hazard is something with the potential to cause harm, and risk is the potential outcome of a hazard.

What is the difference between a Safety System Hazard Register and a Risk Register?

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SofemaOnline www.sofemaonline.com takes a look at the regulatory requirements and typical member state deliverables

National State Responsibilities typically include the following:

▪ Developing the Overall policy and strategy on aviation security

▪ Ensuring the development and implementation of the National Aviation Security Programme (NASP)

▪ Ensuring the development and implementation of the National Quality Control Programme (NQCP)

▪ Intelligence-based assessments of risk to aviation which underpin the NASP and NQCP

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