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Title: David Fielder - Corporate Security Manager: Asia Pacific, China and S. Asia - Chairman: FIATA Advisory Body on Security Matters - FAPAA: Security Advisor - Director: TAPA Asia


1
David Fielder - Corporate Security Manager
Asia Pacific, China and S. Asia - Chairman
FIATA Advisory Body on Security Matters - FAPAA
Security Advisor - Director TAPA Asia
Enhancing Cargo Security Moving Forward
2
What do you understand by Cargo Security?
  • Government ensuring nothing is added in such as
    WMD (do they exist?) or drugs
  • Carrier nothing inserted into cargo which might
    damage the carrier and ensure no pilferage
  • Forwarder No theft to our cargo

3
But are we all on the same page or working
together?
  • TSA want clear plastic so that carrier knows what
    is on the pallet
  • Forwarder wants a secure pallet to prevent theft.
  • The two are diametrically opposed?

4
To move forward positively we must learn from
then past what worked and what did not work
5
Without the Road Map for the future, and without
a target there can only be one resultgtgt
6
100 Screened cargo on PAX carrier into USA
First announcement to Forwarders only days before
deadline Confidential data to carriers said to
be much earlier Restriction on data release due
to SSI rules (Secure and Sensitive
Information) Yet we all have interest to protect
cargo!!!!
THIS DID NOT WORK WELL
7
Can we really secure cargo by regulations alone?
Regulations must be practical to achieve the
results Regulators MUST ensure industry
collaboration
ICAO Security Secretariat has established a
working group on Aviation Supply Chain Security
which includes regulators, carriers and forwarders
But what is the definition of a Supply Chain?
8
IATA CONCEPT OF A SUPPLY CHAIN
What is missing?
?
A chain is a serious of links from one end to the
other, but what defines the ends?
9
Security initiatives MUST change from
Reactionary to Pro-active
  • Lockerbie Bombing enhanced security checks on
    luggage
  • 9/11 Various US Acts to enhance aviation
    security including amendment 10 to Annex 17
  • Shoe Bomber taking shoes off when passing
    airport security
  • Bomb in underpants full body scanners to be
    introduced
  • Person found hiding in cargo ACSIP Rules (Jack
    in the Box rules)

So what is next?
10
The right strategy with the correct linked
partners will bring results
BUT what if there is a break in the chain?
We Fail and are Exposed to risk,
11
THE FUTURE CYNICAL COMMENT -
WHAT IS THE INCENTIVE TO STOP THE WAR ON TERROR
AND DO GOVERNEMNETS REALLY WANT TO? The war on
terror Ensures employment globally for millions
of people at borders Ensures jobs for millions
of people producing Security Equipment Helps
countrys GDP in developing the Security Business
which was not badly affected by the
recession Helps reduce unemployment
12
The future is inevitable and Security enhancement
/ growth is inevitable, so where are we
going?gtgtgtgtgtgtgtgt
Further developments in bio chips and even
in-bedded chips Change of cargo types being
placed on carriers Body scanners at aircraft
doors 100 screening of cargo Bigger x-ray
equipment Carriers with built in ETD sniffers in
cargo holders
13
My doomsday Theory on Aviation Security
  • Volcanic issue closed airspace over Europe
  • Shippers sought alternatives which worked
  • Cargo trialed by train and ship may not return as
    costs savings found
  • Carbon footprint better with rail than air
  • Cost of produce declines so cost of cargo in
    transit fall
  • More buffer storage at destination to compensate
    for longer transit times
  • Switch to alternative transport to avoid huge
    security nightmares in rules and costs
  • Carrier lose freight income
  • PAX costs increase
  • Less Passengers, further reduced revenue
  • Carrier go bust
  • Regulators revise and reduce rules

14
With so much pre-advice data being required and
transmitted on individuals before a flight and
with ever increasing data storage, are we heading
towards a Unique Passenger Code which one day
might also replace or augment the passport or be
a worldwide standard ID Card for aviation travel
issued by the UN?
15
Acceptance by Regulators that forwarders know
best how to secure their cargo against theft (and
at same time intrusion). Accepting the question
Does the known shipper process really work? Will
IATA Secure freight program really take off or be
needed in light of likely 100 screening?
16
Are we tying ourselves in notes over regulatory
compliance that doesnt work?
I would like to see Less Bureaucracy and rules
and regulations. The more the red tape and rules
being clearly Black and white, the less common
sense and initiatives happen by individuals to
thwarting terrorism. The more solid the rules
sets the framework for the terrorist to breach
without hidden surprises.
17
THANK YOU
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