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Doc.8973 - 05 - Security Manual - Seventh Edition

Doc.8973 - 05 - Security Manual - Seventh Edition

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 (iii)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page 
 
Introduction......................................................................................................................................................
 
(v)
 
Acronyms and Abbreviations.........................................................................................................................
 
(vii)
 
Chapter 1. Definitions.................................................................................................................................. 1-1Chapter 2. General Principles...................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Operational aspects........................................................................................................................ 2-1
Chapter 3. Collection and Transmission of Information........................................................................... 3-1Chapter 4. Air Traffic Control...................................................................................................................... 4-1Chapter 5. Contingency Plans..................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1 Principles........................................................................................................................................ 5-15.2 Threat assessment and risk management...................................................................................... 5-35.3 Contingency plan exercises............................................................................................................ 5-45.4 Crisis management team................................................................................................................ 5-45.5 Incident access and control............................................................................................................ 5-65.6 Isolated parking position................................................................................................................. 5-75.7 Suspect explosive devices............................................................................................................. 5-75.8 Emergency operations centre......................................................................................................... 5-85.9 Communications............................................................................................................................. 5-85.10 Press and media............................................................................................................................ 5-95.11 Telephone enquiries and relatives.................................................................................................. 5-105.12 Response to threats....................................................................................................................... 5-10
Chapter 6. Review, Analysis and Reports.................................................................................................. 6-1
6.1 Introduction..................................................................................................................................... 6-16.2 Reports........................................................................................................................................... 6-1
Appendix 1. Compilation and dissemination of information concerning an aircraft which is beingsubjected to an act of unlawful interference............................................................................................. A1-1Appendix 2. Threat Assessment Methodology.......................................................................................... A2-1Appendix 3. Risk Management Model........................................................................................................ A3-1Appendix 4. Action by the Recipient of a Bomb Threat Telephone Call.................................................. A4-1Appendix 5. Bomb Threat Assessment...................................................................................................... A5-1
 
Security Manual (iv) Volume Page 
Appendix 6. Response to Bomb Threats Against Aircraft........................................................................ A6-1Appendix 7. Aircraft Security Search Checklist......................................................................................... A7-1Appendix 8. Suspect Explosive Devices.................................................................................................... A8-1Appendix 9. Search and Evacuation Guidelines........................................................................................ A9-1Appendix 10. Official Report on Act of Unlawful Interference.................................................................. A10-1
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INTRODUCTION
This manual has been developed to assist States in promoting safety and security within the field of civil aviation. Theobjective of this document is to advise States on the prevention of and, where necessary, response to acts of unlawfulinterference, through the application of an aviation security system comprised of four main elements:legal framework and security oversight;airport design, infrastructure and equipment;human resources recruitment, selection, training and certification; andprocedures and the implementation of security measures.In order to achieve a high degree of sustainable performance, it is necessary to apply a multi-layeredsecurity system combining principles, procedures, programmes, technologies and countermeasures, based on each ofthe above elements, to form an overall “system of systems” approach to aviation security.The security manual, comprised of five volumes addressing the above-mentioned elements, containsguidance on how States may comply with the Standards and Recommended Practices of Annex 17 to the
Convention on International Civil Aviation 
, signed at Chicago on 7 December 1944. While the methods of compliance provided arebased on generally recognized practices and procedures common within the international civil aviation industry, they arenot the only means of compliance. Other methods of meeting the Standards and Recommended Practices contained inAnnex 17 —
Security 
may be equally appropriate. Modification to the practices and procedures proposed in the manualmay be necessary in order to meet the varied legal and administrative structures within individual States.The material in this volume, entitled
Crisis Management and Response to Acts of Unlawful Interference 
isintended for the appropriate authority, airport and aircraft operators and any other entity responsible for crisismanagement and emergency response. This volume provides guidance with regard to threat and risk assessment,contingency plans, collection and transmission of information during an act of unlawful interference, and the subsequentreview, analysis and reporting of any act of unlawful interference.The remaining four volumes of the security manual address the following aspects of an aviation securitysystem:Volume I
National Organization and Administration 
is intended for the appropriate authority andprovides guidance with regard to the development and implementation of a national legal framework,oversight responsibilities of a State, as they pertain to aviation security. This volume containsguidance related to legal aspects, international cooperation, and additional security measures such asin-flight security officers, armed personnel, a national civil aviation security programme, quality control,and procedures for handling sensitive information;Volume II
Recruitment, Selection and Training 
is intended for any entity responsible for therecruitment and training of personnel involved in the implementation of aviation security. It providesguidance material with regard to the national training policy and the national civil aviation securitytraining programme, including recruitment, selection, training and certification of security staff,selection and training of non-security staff and training development;

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