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Title: JUNEAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SECURITY IDENTIFICATION DISPLAY AREA (SIDA) TRAINING PROGRAM AND TESTING


1
JUNEAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SECURITY
IDENTIFICATION DISPLAY AREA (SIDA)
TRAINING PROGRAM AND TESTING
2
REASONS FOR AIRPORT SECURITY
Unlawful acts against civil aviation include
hijacking, aircraft sabotage, bombings and
terminal assaults. Without controlling access and
securing aircraft/airports there would be more
acts of violence in the U.S.
3
The events of September 11, 2001, changed airport
security. The Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) was formed and became the
governing agency for airport and airline
security.
TSA
4
-Provide screening of passenger and baggage prior
to flight -Oversee security programs of both the
Airport Operator and Aircraft Operator -Disseminat
e sensitive security directives to Operators, as
needed
TSA Responsibilities
5
Airport Responsibilities
  • Ensure safety and security of Airport facilities
    and airfield - Ensure compliance with Federally
    mandated safety and security directives.

6
Air Carrier Responsibilities
- Move passengers safely and efficiently.
7
You and your responsibilities
This presentation is about YOUR responsibilities
as a badged employee at the Juneau Airport.
8
Purpose of this presentation
  • Familiarize you with
  • Restricted Areas on the Airport.
  • Security Safety Rules.
  • ID Badges.
  • Challenge Procedures.
  • Escort Authority.
  • Penalties.

9
III. SIDA Other Restricted Areas (p.9)
10
III. Restricted Areas (p.6) means those areas of
the Airport where persons or vehicles are not
permitted to enter or be unescorted unless
authorized by the Airport. They are
  • Air Operations Area (AOA)
  • 135-AOA
  • SIDA
  • Sterile Area

11
The 135-AOA area is (p.6)
  • Main ramp where commercial air taxi operations
    are conducted

12
The SIDA areas are (p.7)
  • Part 121 Air Carrier ground operations area
  • Baggage make-up area at the terminal
  • Air cargo operations areas parts of air cargo
    buildings

13
Security Identification Display Area is that
area identified in the airport security program
as requiring each person to continuously display
airport-approved identification media, unless
that person is under airport-approved escort.
SIDA definition (p.7)
14
  • In the Restricted areas
  • Your responsibilities are (p.11-12)
  • Display your badge at all times.
  • Swipe your badge.
  • Ensure no unauthorized entry.
  • Challenge anyone who is not displaying a valid
    badge or credential.

15
III. SIDA Other Restricted Areas (p.9)
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V. ID Badge Rules(p.11)
  • Assist with Airport Security.
  • Never lend out your badge.
  • Display badge above the waist.
  • Report lost or stolen badge.
  • Always swipe your badge to enter Secured Area and
    135-AOA.
  • Ensure no unauthorized entry.
  • Challenge.

17
VI. ID Badges (p.13) Airport Approved
Identification Media
  • Airport Badge
  • SIDA
  • 135-AOA
  • Sterile Area (Departure Lounge)
  • Airline Crew Credentials
  • Federal Credentials

18
  • VI. SIDA Badging Requirements (p.15)
  • To get a SIDA badge, you must
  • Be fingerprinted.
  • Pass a Criminal History Records Check.
  • Pass the SIDA test.
  • Complete a badge application.

19
Stricter measures for SIDA access include a
fingerprint criminal history records check, SIDA
training and applying for access.
20
VII. Challenge Procedures (p.16)
  • If you see someone without approved ID in the
    Secured Area or 135-AOA, you must
  • CHALLENGE
  • Request the individual to produce and display an
    Airport approved credential.
  • If the individual cannot produce an Airport
    approved credential, you must
  • Cont

21
VII. Challenge Procedures (p.16) (cont)
  • If the individual cannot produce an Airport
    approved credential, you must
  • Ask if they are under escort, or how they
    obtained access to the area.
  • Escort the individual out of the SIDA or 135-AOA
    area.
  • Notify Airport Security immediately.
  • Cont

22
VII. Challenge Procedures (p.16) (cont)
  • At no time should the challenger put themselves
    in danger or attempt to physically stop another
    individual. Monitor the activity of the
    perpetrator and notify LEO/Airport Security
    immediately.
  • Cont

23
VI. Airport Approved ID (p.13)
  • When checking a JNU badge, verify the following
  • Picture that matches the individual
  • Name
  • Company Name
  • Expiration Date
  • Badge Type
  • Badge Endorsements (Escort Authority EA, or Ramp
    Driving Endorsement DL)

24
VIII. Escort Authority (p.17)
  • Escort of unauthorized persons in the SIDA,
    Sterile Area, and 135-AOA is permitted, provided
    that
  • In the Secured Area (SIDA Departure Lounge),
    the person providing escort has valid Airport ID
    with the EA endorsement.
  • In the 135-AOA the person providing escort has
    valid Airport ID no endorsement is
    necessary. Cont..

25
Escort Authority Rules (p 17) (cont..)
  • Provide Positive Escort (within sight and hearing
    range) Reason to escort (vendor, new employee,
    passenger) Transfer only to another EA badged
    employee

26
IX. Violation of Rules (p.18)
Failure to follow any of the rules or
procedures may result in fines in excess of
2,500 per infraction. Both CBJ and Federal fines
may be assessed to violators. Federal enforcement
action or prosecution may accompany fines.
27
Questions?
The End
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