The screening of all passengers and their cabin baggage has been recognized an essential component of the civil aviation security system to ensure that unauthorized persons and restricted materials do not enter into a security restricted area or an aircraft. The requirement of screening of hold baggage to prevent restricted materials from entering security restricted areas and being placed on board an aircraft in it's hold baggage area are just as important.
States are encouraged to promote research and development of new screening equipment processes and procedures which will enhance civil aviation security system to prevent new and emerging threats to civil aviation. It is also imperative that human factors be considered when developing these new security equipment systems.
The Associates have vast experience of institutional knowledge using the best practices in a common sense approach to review, analyze, identify, enhance, and revise your security screening equipment system. It will promote the effective implementation of the screening system procedures by airport security specialists as required by the national civil aviation security program.