Because of various incidents, the topic of air cargo security has lately become a main focus of regulatory authorities, news and the general public.
Have you signed the declaration being a „known Shipper“?
Are you a „Regulated Agent“?
Let’s face it - are you aware of the differences between the EC - Directive 2320/2002 which was in force until April 29th, 2010 and the EC - Directive 300/2008, applicable since April 30th, 2010 as well as EC - Directive 2015/1998 which has replaced EC - Directive 185/2010? Have you applied the requirements of the German Luftfahrtbundesamt and the Austrian Austrocontrol, respectively, in full?
Do you know for sure that your Supply Chain is secured against manipulation from 3rd persons, including your suppliers and service partners ?
Solutions from LOGAR are solutions derived from practice. In addition to the air cargo security instructions for “other personnel employed by known shippers” and the training for “personnel in charge for air cargo security” (the latter comprise of the Security personnel of regulated agents and the head(s) of security of known shippers where at least one person in charge and one deputy must be nominated), LOGAR offers through our SECRP training module the required basic qualification mandated by regulatory authorities for responsible personnel involved in air cargo security.
Please contact us at your convenience in order to obtain further information regarding LOGAR’s air cargo security training. A participation in our SECRP trainings is only possible where a valid security background check has been obtained.
We will be pleased to assist you further in regard to regulatory requirements and additional measures mandated on a corporate level.
LOGAR can also conduct an on - site audit in your premises, evaluating your factual status and operational processes being in place. Such audit will analyze and pinpoint strengths and weaknesses, assess your present security measures and will result in a comprehensive, written evaluation of your security concept as a whole and thereby form the basis for the mandatory formal security audit conducted by regulatory authorities.
Of course LOGAR will be happy to provide guidance throughout the whole audit process and provide consulting services in regard to all measures deemed appropriate to ensure full compliance with all national and international regulatory requirements.
Do you ship or transport goods, products or substances to or through the US ?
In this case you should be aware that volume 49 of the US Federal Regulations (commonly called “49CFR”; Vol. 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations) mandates in Part 172, Subpart I, that “each person who offers for transportation in commerce or transports in commerce one or more of the following hazardous materials must develop and adhere to a transportation security plan for hazardous materials that conforms to the requirements of this subpart”.
This means that shippers who ship goods, products or substances to or through the US must implement and adhere to a security plan for all goods, products or substances which are subject to the requirements of Subpart I and must, in general, comply with all air cargo security related measures mandated by the US DHS (Department of Homeland Security), it’s agency TSA (Transport Security Agency) and the US CBP (Customs and Border Protection Services) above and beyond those required by national or European regulatory authorities.
This requirement is applicable not only for dangerous goods but for all goods, products or substances transported to or through the US.