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Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
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Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
Airport security 2013   tuomo kivikari
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  • 1. Case study: Finavia Airports Latest Strategies in Implementing Security Tuomo Kivikari Vice President and Head of Corporate Security Finavia Oyj
  • 2. LATEST STRATEGIES IN IMPLEMENTING SECURITY AT FINAVIA AIRPORTS 17 September 2013 Airport Security 2013 Tuomo Kivikari
  • 3. 1. Finavia in a nut shell 2. How to utilize access control system for identification of known supplier of airport supplies at security check points 3. How to maintain sufficient security at rural airports with a restricted number of staff Content 4
  • 4. Finavia in a nut shell and the future challenges for us
  • 5. • Finavia provides airport and air navigation services, which facilitates smooth and safe air traffic in Finland. • Finavia maintains and developes a network of 25 airports and Finland’s air navigation system. • Customers include airlines, passengers and other operators in the aviation sector. • In 2012 revenues were EUR 359 million and the number of employees 2800. 6
  • 6. 7 Kuusamo Joensuu Savonlinna Lappeenranta Enontekiö Ivalo Kittilä Rovaniemi Kemi-Tornio Kajaani Oulu Kokkola- Pietarsaari Kuopio Vaasa Varkaus Jyväskylä Helsinki-Vantaa Tampere- Pirkkala Turku Pori Maarianhamina 100km One hour’s distance from the airport Domestic traffic International traffic Total Helsinki 2 693 151 12 164 938 14 858 089 Oulu 899 854 178 679 1 078 533 Tampere 85 738 485 001 570 739 Turku 109 995 344 953 454 948 Rovaniemi 345 763 58 129 403 892 Vaasa 218 742 155 399 374 141 Kuopio 255 988 26 912 282 900 Kittilä 186 184 77 243 263 427 Joensuu 130 006 16 191 146 197 Ivalo 121 957 23 498 145 455 Lappeenranta 112 93 650 93 762 Kokkola-Pietarsaari 60 476 26 600 87 076 Kuusamo 75 521 10 965 86 486 Kajaani 70 369 7 483 77 852 Kemi-Tornio 64 242 1 519 65 761 Jyväskylä 46 139 19 081 65 220 Marianhamina 41 307 13 490 54 797 Pori 14 932 20 381 35 313 Enontekiö 1 282 20 000 21 282 Savonlinna 10 671 2 535 13 206 Varkaus 5 576 1 074 6 650 Passenger airports and traffic in 2012
  • 7. Make-up of the rural airports’ financial result 8 The figures in the diagram have been rounded off and they do not include capital expenditure or investments. The figures are the actual figures of a fairly large Finavia airport for 2012. The passenger volumes of the airport increased during the year, amounting to several hundred thousand.
  • 8. How to utilize access control system for identification of known supplier of airport supplies at security check points
  • 9. • 9.1.1.1 Airport supplies shall be screened before being allowed into security restricted areas, unless security controls have been applied to the supplies by a known supplier • Therefore the aim is to have as many known suppliers as possible 9.1.1 Security controls — general provisions 10
  • 10. • Less than 300 000 passengers • One ”Turn a round” at a time • Personnel 20 – 25 • Security duties carried out by own personnel • Multifunctional personnel A Typical Finavia Rural Airport 11
  • 11. • Centralized approval of known suppliers • Contract with a service provider who takes care of necessary audits. • FinSecPro sends Finavia the needed application for a Known Supplier to be approved • Feeding of the requiered data to the ID-card database • Publish it in Airportal (Finavia extranet) Establishing a Finavia procedure 12
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  • 14. • In addition to the Known Supplier application process, in order to receive a Known Supplier badge, the Known Supplier has also to sign a declaration of commitment regarding the use of a Known Supplier badge – Stored in a safe place – Given only to persons who have received the appropriate awareness training The badge application procedure 15
  • 15. • The representative of the known supplier arrives to the airport gate • Shows the known supplier badge to the Lenel access control reader • If green then OK and the inspection of the driver and the car can commence • If the reader indicates a red light meaning that the delivery is not performed by a known supplier or the status is not valid security controls are to be applied to the shipment The procedure at the gate 16
  • 16. Check point 17
  • 17. Known Supplier Badge 18
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  • 19. • No paper documents to be handeld or filled when determing if the shipment is carried out by a known supplier > remarkably faster procedure • Documentation of the known supplier activities is automatically registered in the data base (the 2 year rule) • A real time system for entire Finavia • Rural airports do not have carry out the approval procedure > saves man power and time for them The advantages of the system 20
  • 20. How to maintain sufficient security at rural airports with a restricted number of staff
  • 21. • Combining two or more duties – Maintenance – Rescue – Security – Passenger services • Training gives a wider view to overall security awearness Multifunctional personnel 22
  • 22. • Finavia is using a program developed by the Technical Research Center of Finland and it is approved by our National Authority • A number of questions to be answered by the airport – How many roads lead to the airport – What are the service hours of the public transportation – The permanency of the personnel – What is the type of the land surrounding the airport Utilization of a risk assessment tool 23
  • 23. • The program gives the status of the risk level – High risk – Medium risk – Low risk • Using the level scale above the airport can adjust the proper amount of e.g. fence patrols per day 24
  • 24. • Screening of airport supplies, checked in baggage or hand baggage – Using a simulator program to meet the 6 hour/six months requirement – Installed on computer via network and can be used when ever convenient for the airport – No TIP needed to be updated etc. – No class room traing needed – Centralized register of competences and training of personnell – Controlled by the NA when they are performing an inspection to a rural airport Utilization of technical solutions where possible and feasible 25

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