PANEL DISCUSSION: Liquid, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs)
Moderator: Philip Baum, Editor, Aviation Security International
Panelli...
04 July 2013 2
TIMELINE
• June 30, 2013: report to the appropriate authority on the state of
the implementation of the rules
• January 30...
EU LAGs REGULATIONS AS FROM JANUARTY 31, 2014
NEW: Allowed as from January 31, 2014:
• LAGs in STEB from third countries o...
IMPACT ON THE EU AIRPORTS
For ALL EU airports per January 31, 2014 mandatory screening
• Departing EU and non EU pax medic...
LAG SCREENING EQUIPMENT
Type A:
REMOVE FROM BAG
REMOVE FORM PACKAGE
ONE BOTTLE AT THE TIME
REMOVE CAP/CORK FROM BOTTLE
Typ...
STEB does not expire (STEB from EU country in SRA CP)
STEB 3h valid (STEB from EU country purchased on airside Non-SRA)
ST...
Interim measures up to June 3, 2015 (realisation Central Security Non Schengen)
principles
• As few LAGs screenings at the...
Supporting the screening:
• Training security staff (instructions, on the job training)
• Procedures for alarm resolution,...
10
MAP OF LAGs SCREENING SERVICE LOCATIONS AT
SCHIPHOL
2
4
4
4
2
1
3
Central LAG Screening Service Points (C+ and Type B)
...
OPERATIONAL IMPACT AND FOLLOW UP
Report on the implementation of the rules on LAGs
screening equipment per June 27, 2013
D...
Airline Operator ´s Perspective of
Airport Security -LAGS
Ladislav Kašpar
Head of Security and Emergency Response Planning...
13
The LAGS –Phase 1
• On 19 March 2013 the Commission adopted the necessary legal
changes to implement the first step of ...
14
The LAGS –Phase 1
• This first phase will allow passengers transferring via/departing from
European airports to transpo...
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  1. 1. PANEL DISCUSSION: Liquid, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) Moderator: Philip Baum, Editor, Aviation Security International Panellists: Ladislav Kašpar, Head of Security and Emergency Response Planning, Czech Airlines Jayne Maisey, Head of Regulation, Policy & Practice, Birmingham International Airport Bart Mos, Senior Security Officer, Schiphol Group Ilan Weinmann, Product Quality Control & Training, ICTS Europe Zdeněk Truhlář, Security Control Senior Manager, Václav Havel Airport Prague
  2. 2. 04 July 2013 2
  3. 3. TIMELINE • June 30, 2013: report to the appropriate authority on the state of the implementation of the rules • January 30, 2014: exemptions 3rd countries listed in Attachment 4-D expires • Ultimate January 31, 2014: regulation as regards the screening of liquids, aerosols and gels at EU airports: ‘All airports shall screen upon entry to the SRA, at least LAGs obtained at an airport or on board an aircraft that are sealed in a STEB inside which is displayed satisfactory proof of the purchase at airside at an airport or on board an aircraft, as well as LAGs to be used during the trip for medical purposes or a special dietary requirements, including baby food’ Exempted from screening: • LAGs in containers < 100 ml in transparant re-sealable plastic bag not exceeding 1 litre. • LAGs sealed in dedicated STEB upon purchase locally at the airport airside; • LAGs from other EU airports or aircraft EU carrier and resealed in dedicated STEB before leaving the SRA • LAGs screened locally and sealed in a dedicated STEB. • End 2014: next steps to reach the objective full lifting of restrictions of the carriage of LAGs • January 31, 2015: (re)screening + 3 hour rules expires 3
  4. 4. EU LAGs REGULATIONS AS FROM JANUARTY 31, 2014 NEW: Allowed as from January 31, 2014: • LAGs in STEB from third countries or obtained on board of an aircraft are allowed to transfer via European airports • Screening < 100 ml containers in 1 litre re-sealable transparant plastic bag including medicine and special dietary requirements (including baby food) < 100 ml NEW: Mandatory as from January 31, 2014: • Screening medicine and special dietary requirements (including baby food) > 100 ml • Screening transferring LAGs in STEB obtained at airports/aircrafts, 3rd countries • Screening LAGs in STEB from former exempted countries listed in Attachment 4-D (Singapore) • Screening LAGs in STEB leaving the SRA (purchased locally or re-packed with proof of purchase/re-sealing within the preceeding period of 3 hours) • Procedure for (re)screening in steps. If the alarm cannot be resolved, search of the passenger and cabin baggage and interview the passenger 4
  5. 5. IMPACT ON THE EU AIRPORTS For ALL EU airports per January 31, 2014 mandatory screening • Departing EU and non EU pax medicine, dietary requirements including baby food • Transferring pax from 3rd countries NEU/EU en EU/NEU. LAGs in STEB and medicine, dietary requirements including baby food • Procedure in 5 steps: initial screening, re-screening same or different principle, re-screening other principle, open the LAGs containers (not permitted in NL), if alarm cannot be resolved search passenger, his cabin baggage and followed by interview. ADDITIONAL for airports with gate security (expires on December 31, 2015) • LAGs in STEBs from transferring pax (NEU/NEU and NEU/EU) will be screened and re-packed in a dedicated Schiphol STEB with proof of re-sealing, valid max 3 hours • LAGs in STEBs purchased locally (retail, tax free) at the non SRA part of the airport will be re-packed in a dedicated Schiphol STEB with proof of purchase, valid max 3 hours • EU STEBs from transferring pax will be re-packed in the SRA part of the airport before entering the NEU part of the airport. The STEBs will have a proof of re-pack with timelable max 3 hours • Schiphol STEBs offered when re-entering the SRA (EU part, gate security) will be re-screened in accordance with the screening procedures 5
  6. 6. LAG SCREENING EQUIPMENT Type A: REMOVE FROM BAG REMOVE FORM PACKAGE ONE BOTTLE AT THE TIME REMOVE CAP/CORK FROM BOTTLE Type B: REMOVE FROM BAG REMOVE FROM PACKAGE ONE BOTTLE AT THE TIME Type C/C+: REMOVE FROM BAG Up TO 3 BOTTLES AT SAME TIME Type D/D+: BOTTLES STAY IN BAG 6
  7. 7. STEB does not expire (STEB from EU country in SRA CP) STEB 3h valid (STEB from EU country purchased on airside Non-SRA) STEB < 3h valid (STEB from Non-EU country: purchase time + 3h, minus boarding time + flying time) STEB 0h valid (STEB from Non-EU country; expired STEB from EU country OD/NEU Schiphol STEB NEU/NEU Schiphol STEB Transfer NEU/EU Schiphol STEB OD/EU Schiphol STEB EU/NEU Schiphol STEB EU/EU EU STEB Transfer EU/NEU Re-pack in Schiphol STEB PASSENGER FLOWS WITH STEBs 7
  8. 8. Interim measures up to June 3, 2015 (realisation Central Security Non Schengen) principles • As few LAGs screenings at the gate as possible (time, flow, capacity) • Lean, mean and flexible Implementation as from January 31, 2014 up to June 3, 2015* • Screening medicine, dietary requirements and baby food at departure, transfer, gate security (NEU) and where possible in combination with the LAGs screening at the central LAGs screening service points • 3-6 Service points for screening LAGs situated in the Non Schengen area. Pax transferring with LAGs in STEBs from 3rd countries will have to offer their LAGs/STEB for screening and re-packing in a Schiphol STEB valid for 3 hours • Medicine, dietary requirements and baby food will be checked at the gate security filters. The equipment (type C and B) will be used for fall back and expired (3 hours) LAGs • Re-packaging service point before entering Schengen/Non Schengen security filter all EU STEBs will be re- packed with timelabel valid max 3 hours After the realisation of Centrale Security Non Schengen as from June 3, 2015* • Via Central Security filters screening procedures in accordance with EU airports. Screening via Central filters at E-, partial D-, F- and G-pier and departure filters • One stop security (without re-screening) for pax originating from USA and UK (and Canada?) • Screening LAGs in STEBs and medicine, dietary requirements and baby food * Note: January 31 ,2015? New EU regulation next steps in lifting the ban on LAGs IMPLEMENTATION EU LAGs REGULATION AT SCHIPHOL AIRPORT 8
  9. 9. Supporting the screening: • Training security staff (instructions, on the job training) • Procedures for alarm resolution, pax and cabin baggage screening and interview by trained security staff • Communication/information to the pax on the LAGs screening from January 31, 2014 FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT NEEDED 9 LOCATION SCREENING 1st (Standard 2) 2nd (Standard 3) 3rd (Standard 3) REMARKS Departure 1 & 4 (15 + 5 lanes) MDB Cobalt CEIA Due to metal Non SRA, service points 3-6 LAGs in STEB + MDB X-ray + Opto Cobalt CEIA In Schiphol STEB Non Schengen/ Schengen filter 12 lanes MDB + 3rd countries STEB Initial screening X-ray + Opto Cobalt CEIA Forgotten, left, expired, re- screening Gates Non Schengen 61 gates (121 lanes) MDB Fall back LAGs Initial screening X-ray + Opto Cobalt Interview Tins, Left, expired LAGs re-screening or confiscated Schengen/Non- Schengen re- pack service point Re-packing all STEBS in Schiphol STEB + timelabel max 3 hours Secure distribution of Schiphol STEBs
  10. 10. 10 MAP OF LAGs SCREENING SERVICE LOCATIONS AT SCHIPHOL 2 4 4 4 2 1 3 Central LAG Screening Service Points (C+ and Type B) Existing Security filter including LAG screening (Non-SRA -> SRA) (C+ and Type B) Departure Filters Terminal 1 and M-filter incl. LAG screening (Type B) Existing DEFG Gate Security filters incl. (C+ and Type B spread over each pier) 2 2 D06 D- filter 2 5 5 SCH -> NSCH Re-pack Service Point (no LAG screening, re-packing only )
  11. 11. OPERATIONAL IMPACT AND FOLLOW UP Report on the implementation of the rules on LAGs screening equipment per June 27, 2013 Due to the impact of the screening of LAGs, the airport has to anticipate on: • Major operational impact • Significantly more screening • Less throughput • Longer waiting time • Delays and missing pax • Extra stress on pax • Significant extra costs • Schiphol Gate Security competitive disadvantage major airports All depending on: • How many pax from 3rd countries with LAGs • How many pax transferring from EU to NEU with LAGs • The number and sort of LAGs in STEBs • Related to the sort of LAGs, the false alarm rate and the procedures for alarm resolution • The number and sort of medicine, dietary requirements and baby food carried by EU and NEU (transferring) pax 11
  12. 12. Airline Operator ´s Perspective of Airport Security -LAGS Ladislav Kašpar Head of Security and Emergency Response Planning 17th September 2013
  13. 13. 13 The LAGS –Phase 1 • On 19 March 2013 the Commission adopted the necessary legal changes to implement the first step of this phased approach. • Phase 1 will enter into force on 31 January 2014 at the latest and will make it mandatory for airports to screen with special liquid explosive detection equipment at least LAGs in STEBs (security tamper evident bags) purchased at airports and any liquid medicine or special dietary needs. Czech Airlines
  14. 14. 14 The LAGS –Phase 1 • This first phase will allow passengers transferring via/departing from European airports to transport duty free LAGs bought at non-European countries within 36 hours of purchase as long as they are held within an International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) specification Security Tamper Evident Bag (STEB • Passengers will also be allowed to travel with medicines and baby food that is required during the flight. • The only discernible difference will be that airports will have dedicated equipment for the screening of LAGs in STEBs, instead of using conventional screening equipment that is not designed to effectively scan them, to enable those transferring at EU airports to keep their duty free. - Czech Airlines

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