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  1. 1. ЗЛОВРЕДЕН СОФТУЕР ВИДОВЕ, РАЗВИТИЕ, НИВА НА ЗАПЛАХА, ЗАЩИТА Consultants in Civil Aviation,Maritime, Road Transport & Public Security © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  2. 2. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Key Activities Civil Aviation Traffic Worldwide Aviation Security  Critical Infrastructure Security Maritime Security  Public Security Road Transport Security  Emergency Response and more… © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  3. 3. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Our Role in Civil Aviation Civil Aviation Traffic WorldwideSPRANZA LLC. has been working on the Civil Aviation Market more than 30 years.The company’s approach to training Aviation Security combines hands-on practiceand academic instruction while incorporating the latest computer technologies. Thesuccess of our students, as measured by pre and posttests and skills evaluationsindicate that they increase their job knowledge and skills by 76%. Since Spranza’slong history of training in civil aviation and airport security are unsurpassed in theirfield these programs exceed both IATA and ICAO training standards.Spranza also provides manditory retraining and follow-up asmay be requested by the client. SPRANZA LLC is a proud member of the AVSEC-Center.org consortium © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  4. 4. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS International and National LevelICAO & TSA Regulatory Compliance:  Security Plans  Quality Assurance Programs  National AVSEC Training Program  National Security Checkpoint Screener ProgramFacilitation of National Level:  AVSEC Security Committees  Threat Assessment Committee © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  5. 5. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Local Level Airport Security Plans & Programs Airport Emergency Plans & Program Contingency Plans and Security Post Operating Instructions Facilitation of the Airport Security Committee and Threat Analysis Committee Coordination with “Stakeholders” © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  6. 6. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTSAssisting Governments Worldwide © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  7. 7. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS U.S. Aviation Authorities United States of America Federal Aviation Administration Dade County Aviation Authority Broward County, Florida Broward County Aviation Metro Dade Aviation Metro Knoxville Aviation Greater Orlando Aviation Palm Beach County Aviation Sarasota Bradenton IAP Sanford Aviation Authority Lee County Port Authority Metro Washington Airport Washington National Tri-Cities Airport Commission Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp Jacksonville Port Authority Capital Region Airport © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  8. 8. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS SPRANZA in Eastern EuropeBased on its long experience and the proven successful activity worldwideSPRANZA LLC. is expanding and exploring the Eastern European Market. Theopening of a regional company branch in Sofia, Bulgaria will allow us to offer ourservices throughout Eastern Europe.The management of SPRANZA LLC is determined to supply the most effective andefficient services possible to all of the organizations in the spheres of the company’sactivity and to share its valuable knowledge helping them to be more competitiveand to act in a more secure manner.As one of the world leaders in the fields of Specialized Security Training andConsulting SPRANZA LLC. will be a useful expert and partner to any governmentaland private organization which acts or is involved in the security sphere. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  9. 9. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Global Airport Facilities Sabiha Gokçen IAP, Istanbul Hado IAP, Curacao Airport Aviation Svcs. San Juan Flamingo IAP, Bonaire F.D. Roosevelt, St. Eustatius Princess Juliana, St. Martin Robert L. Bradshaw, IAP, St. Kitts-Nevis Abaco, Bahamas Exuma, Treasure Cay, Cat Island and Stella Maris, Bahamas, Miami International Airport Cincinnati/ No. Kentucky Airport Hollywood/ Ft. Lauderdale © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  10. 10. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Participant Air Operators have included: Swiss Air  Lynx Air Saudi Royal Airlines  Bahamas Air SecurAir  Federal Express Sky west  CCAIR Aeroflot  Air Canada COMAIR  Midwest Express Saudi Air  Virgin Atlantic TACA  American Airlines Guyana Airways  Surinam Airways Blue Wing  Air ALM © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  11. 11. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS AIR OPERATOR SERVICES AVSEC DOCUMENTATION Air Operator Security Plans Air Operator Emergency Plans IOSA Pre-Audit Documents Station Security and Emergency Checklists Screener Program SD 1544 Checklists AVSEC Quality Assurance Program Employee Security Awareness Program © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  12. 12. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS AIR OPERATOR SERVICES ADDITIONAL AIRLINE SERVICES Facility and Operational Security Assessments Full IOSA Pre-Audit On Demand AVSEC Assistance in: - interpreting and implementing SSIs such as SD 1544 - meeting Regional Requirements & Directives - physical equipment security systemsand much more… © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  13. 13. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Tests, Evaluations & Surveys Ensures AOSP compliance Maintains IOSA Audit Standards Evaluates both employees performance and plan efficacy Complete documentation provided Includes full scale EEX scenario © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  14. 14. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Sample Workshops WORKSHOP WHO SHOULD ATTEND DURATIONAVSEC Document Preparation Security Managers, 3 days Supervisors and Quality Assurance StaffPerforming a local Security Audit Administrators 3 days Security managersBudget Boot Camp Airport / Seaport Security Managers 3 days Supervisors AdministratorsBird Flu and Infectious Diseases Managers 1 days Cabin Crew Security AdministratorsSecurity Exercises & Evaluations Security Managers 2 days Quality Assurance OfficersEnhancing Customer Service and OPEN to all personnel 3 daysInterpersonal CommunicationSkills © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  15. 15. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTSIn Service Training & Certification © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  16. 16. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS© 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  17. 17. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Curriculum Sampler© 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  18. 18. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Featured AVSEC TRAINING * 123-72510 Air Operator Basic AVSEC 123-72520 Air Operator Security Supervisor 123-149P Innovative Profiling Techniques 135-39241 Enhancing Interpersonal Communication Skills 123-72159 FSM/GSC Certification 131-73130 Air Operator Fraud, Waste & Abuse Abatement 123-81242 Strategies for Combating aircraft sabotage © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  19. 19. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS SPRANZA TRAININGCombining lecture, multi media, hands onlearning techniquesSpranza Incorporated’s key Instruction Team offers uniquehands on learning environments for more than 49 programs inCivil Aviation & Maritime Security strategies, tactics, planningand security force administrative management. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  20. 20. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Demonstrating Tangible ResultsAirport Facility Test Results Test Results Skills Learned Follow Up Averaged Averaged Evaluation Conducted Score Score MethodologyF.D. Roosevelt St. Eustatius 27% 89% Scenario Evaluation via 2000(1999) ICAO checklistHato IAP Curacao, N.A. 77% 92% Demonstrated Learning 2001(2000) Applications/ Instructor Observation and scoringSabiha Gokçen Istanbul, 63% 81% Written examination 20032001) Turkey Scenario Evaluation via ICAO checklist © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  21. 21. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Student Academic Levels Facility Academic Percent of H.S. Percent of Equivalency Level equivalency among College educated students studentsF.D. Roosevelt 0-8 3% 0Hato 8-12 21% 1%Sabiha Gokçen 12-16 81% 19%In formal, as well as informal evaluations, the most demonstrative,measurable changes occurred in students whose level of formal academictraining was the lowest, although all students demonstrated significantimprovement in task knowledge and performance. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  22. 22. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Scenario Evaluation Summary Location Pre-Class Practicum Post Class Practicum Percent of Evaluation Score Evaluation Score Change F.D. Roosevelt 31 79 155% H 71 90 27% Sabiha Gokçen 56 82 47%Note: Scores based on use of ICAO Annex 17 checklists,Appendix 4, Appendix 3, Aerodrome Manual Part 7: EmergencyExercise Checklist & Proprietary Spranza Checklists © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  23. 23. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Comparative Graph of Demonstrative Results 47 Change % 27 Sabiha Gokcen 155 Hato 82Post Class Practicum 90 F.D. Roosevelt 79 56Pre-Class Practicum 71 31 0 50 100 150 200 © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  24. 24. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTSADDITIONAL AIRLINE SERVICES © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  25. 25. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTSSTRATEGIC PLANNING & NEEDS ASSESSMENT © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  26. 26. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS INCREASE AIRLINE SECURITY PROGRAM PRODUCTIVITY … WHILE ENHANCING THE BOTTOM LINE. Converting your existing in-house training programs,manuals and policies into web based e-learning can prove acost effective and efficient Convert existing text manuals, PowerPoint’s and studentevaluation instruments into an engaging and fully customizedformat. A user friendly interface encourages participation and ourstaff of curriculum experts ensures policies, procedures, andexpected tasks and behaviors are easily and completelyunderstood by the employee. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  27. 27. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Integrated Technologies INTERACTIVE DISTANCE LEARNING HAERU MSIDS © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  28. 28. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTSInteractive Distance Learning© 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  29. 29. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS HAERU (Hand Held Emergency Responder Unit)© 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  30. 30. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS MSIDS (Multi Sensor Intrusion Detection System) Solar Powered Wireless Remote Command and Control Cost Effective Secure © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  31. 31. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Web Based Interactive Distance LearningEach Interactive DistanceLearning Program can be tailoredto meet the training needs ofcommercial or general aviationfacilities, as well as a wide rangeof air operators. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  32. 32. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Real Time / Cost Effective Totally self contained fieldsensor array. Requires no trenching orexternal cable connections Effective range of 1 - 20miles, the remote unit cantransmit video, audio,geoponics, magnetron andinfrared sensory data to adesignated Security Controlanywhere on the globe for 24/7perimeter intrusion detection. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  33. 33. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Security Systems Testing This two-day process involves selected International Team Members and local Security, Operations as well as Tenant/FBO personnel, in a 24- hour simulation environment.© 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  34. 34. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Security Systems Testing Items to be evaluated include: Aircraft physical security Exclusive Area responsibilities Review of air operator security plan, emergency plan andcontingency operations for validity and personnel jobknowledge Physical security breeches via fence lines, ECP, accessroads and the like involving client aircraft, facilities andresources Physical security of key support systems such as POL(fuel), RAPCON and off facility areas of interest RON Aircraft Chemical and Biological Agent Threat Preparedness © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  35. 35. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Partner Network© 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  36. 36. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Media PartnerAviationnews.us was foundedon August 8th 2006. The e-zinebrings aviation professionalsand enthusiasts breakingindustry news, useful featuresand timely information onupcoming events of interest toairline, airport and civilaviation employees worldwide.Presented in a crisp, and easyto navigate format,aviationnews.us offers readersaccess to content throughFacebook, Twitter and RSS [...] © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  37. 37. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Key Staff SPRANZA LLC Francis G. Spranza, MAReceiving his B..S. in Criminal Justice from LoyolaUniversity of Chicago, and his Masters Degree inPublic Administration from the University of NorthernColorado at Greeley. Having served in the UnitedStates Air Force from 1970 through 1981, separatingfrom a career in Security Police after Rising in theranks from Airman to Lieutenant. During his career,Professor Spranza was awarded the Air Force GoodConduct medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, OutstandingUnit Award, Small Arms Marksman Medal withBronze Star, National Defense and Air ForceLongevity Ribbons, Strategic Air CommandEducational Award and Senior Police Badge.Having created over 500 hours of instructionCertified by the Florida Department of LawEnforcement, Mr. Spranza regularly contributes tosuch publications as: Police and Security, Jane’sInternational Police Review Aviation SecurityInternational, and many others. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  38. 38. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Selected Writings Francis G. Spranza, MAWill Terrorists Hit Your Plant? Hydrocarbon Processing Gulf Publishing Co. Houston, TX. September 1991.Plant Security Checklist, Hydrocarbon Processing Gulf Publishing Co. Houston, TX. Sept 1992.Islamic Fundamentalism: the Will of Allah? Aviation Security International,, Vol.. 2 Issue 2, June 1997 Halldale Press, London UK.Some Sociological Aspects of the Immigration Problem, Governor State University Press, 1978.Alienation, Terrorism and the Third World, Journal of Crime and Justice, Pilgrimage Press, Jonesboro, TN 1979.Some Sociological Perspectives of the Immigration Problem, East Tennessee State University Journal of Humanics, Vol..... 6 No.2 1978, Johnson City, TN Dec 1978.Set High Security Standards, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf Publishing Co., Houston, and TX September 1981.Hardware Systems for Offshore Security, Ocean Industry, Gulf Publishing Col, Houston, TX. November 1981.Improve Your Plant Security System, Hydrocarbon Processing Gulf Publishing Co., Houston, TX, and April 1982.Security Systems Management: An Innovative Approach to Combating Terrorism, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Illinois State University Normal IL 1982.The Jamaican Narcotics Cartel, Police and Security news, Days Communication, Quakers town, PA. July/Aug 1988.Counter Terrorist Training, The Police Marksman, Vol..... XII, No 6. PMA, Montgomery AL 1987. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  39. 39. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Published in Professional Journals, Magazines and Texts since 1978Francis G. Spranza, MA © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  40. 40. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Key Staff SPRANZA LLC Marie G. Spranza As an American Citizen born in Port Au Prince,Haiti, Ms. Bernard received her B..A. in PoliticalScience and French from Loyola University ofChicago. Ms. Bernard holds a teaching certificatefrom the State of Florida. Originally assigned to theBroward County School Board’s Multi Cultural Officewhere she preformed Language assessments,Interpretation, and Translation, along withenculturation as a key part of her routine duties. Ms.Bernard is fluent in English, French and Creole, andversed as well in numerous cultural and politicalstructures of Developing Nations. Ms. Bernard hasserved with SPRANZA INTERNATIONAL since1981.Named to the ICAO/TCB Aviation Security ExpertRoster in 2002. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  41. 41. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Key Staff SPRANZA LLC Leo P Munie, BSConstruction Engineer. 1976 graduated from ArizonaState University in Tempe Arizona.Worked 8 Years for Patent Construction systems asbranch engineer of international construction rentalcompany designing temporary structures for theconstruction of international airport terminal facilities,power plants, high rise buildings, militaryinstallations, crushing plants, Infrastructure andwater treatment facilitiesNamed to ICAO TCB/ Expert Roster in Civil AviationSecurity 2002. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  42. 42. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS Key Staff SPRANZA LLC Jason Spranza, MBA MBA & Masters of Science in BusinessAdministration, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Concentration: Management Corporate Officer/ Project Staff Spranza International/ Spranza Incorporated Performed full AVSEC Physical Surveys Perform administrative duties as corporate vicepresident Assists in the drafting of AVSEC Documentation Developed AVSEC specific software for Airport IDMedia tracking, issuance, violation control and audit Served as assistant trainer in the execution of AVSEC123-72510 Airside/Landside Basic at Turkey’s SabihaGokcen IAP for full security force, military police andGendamarie personnel at the airport. © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  43. 43. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS SPRANZA Europe Yavor Fournadjiev Master of National Security and Defence, National Defence Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria Masters thesis title: Study of the possibilities of improving the civil aviation security against acts of unlawful interference Master of Engineering Mechanical Technology Military Service: Specialized Police Forces © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  44. 44. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS E-Z REFERENCES: Contact Organization PhoneHalina Biernacki ICAO hbiernacki@icao.int 514 954 8219Allan Hurr US Homeland Security allan.hurr@dhs.gov 305 716 3361Nancy Angelo US FAA nancy.angelo@faa.dot.gov 202-385-8900William Nash US FAA Academy william.nash@tsi.jccbi.govCyril Saunders DCA Bahamas cyrilsaunders@bahamas.gov.bs 242 326 0317 cyrilsaunders@coralwave.comWendell Carey Security Manager/ Bahamas w_carey@coralwave.com 242 477 0508 wendellcarey39@hotmail.com 242 326 0322Dominique Johnson/ Bahamas Air Security Director djohnson@bahamasair.com 242 377 8451C.A. Sutherland Lynx Air / Chairman ca@lynxair.com 954 772 9808Tito Tholel DDCA/ Netherlands Antilles arthur.tholel@gov.an 011 599 9 8393327Kunter Anil HEAS / Turkey kunter.anil@sgairport.com 011 90 53Deputy Director 58673530Sabiha Gokcen IAP, IstanbulAnda Dojonegro ICAO Audit Mgr. 514 954 8219Steve Huntsberger Treasure Coast Public Safety shuntsbe@ircc.edu 772 462 7945 Training CenterMathias Warmbold ICAO Montreal mwarmbold@icaoint 514 954 8219 © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com
  45. 45. HOME KEY ACTIVITIES NEXT SLIDE PREVIOUS SLIDE STAFF CONTACTS CONTACTS SPRANZA LLC.Head Office:1631 SW Sylvester Lane,Port St. Lucie,Florida USA 34984Phone: +772.905.3106 Barbados CivilFax: +801.991.7920 Aviation Training Center Christ CHurch, BarbadosWEB: www.spranza.comE-mail: director@spranza.com SPRANZA Europe: 16 B Naroden Geroi Str. 1618 Sofia Bulgaria Phone: +359.2.492.23.55 Fax: +359.2.492.23.77 WEB: www.avseceurope.eu E-mail: sofia@avseceurope.eu © 2012 Spranza LLC www.spranza.com

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