Australia`s National Aviation Policy White Paper - Asia

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33rd APEC Transportation Working Group
Tokyo, Japan
October 10-14 2010
National Aviation Policy
White Paper
Presented by: Ms Jennifer Morris
Australia
33rd APEC Transportation Working Group,
Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
National Aviation Policy
White Paper
• Key Initiatives
• Implementation Strategy
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
The National Aviation Policy
Statement - White Paper
• The National Aviation White Paper
16 December 2009.
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Key White Paper Aviation Security
Initiatives
• Overall – to continually ensure that Australia has
an effective aviation security system
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
Policy Drivers
• Intelligence led
• Risk and vulnerability
• Changing aviation industry
• Technology
• International aviation security developments
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The way forward - key aviation
security initiatives
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Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW).
Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC).
New Measures for Screening.
Enhanced international cooperation.
National Aviation Security Training Program.
Securing the Supply Chain.
Terminal Security/Front-of-House.
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Austin, Texas - 18 February 2010
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
Maximum Take-Off Weight –
MTOW
MTOW is the most appropriate trigger for a number of
reasons:
• Consistent across aircraft regardless of method of
propulsion.
• Airframe, fuel load, passenger and baggage weight are
all considered.
• MTOW cannot be altered unless the aircraft is recertified
by the manufacturer.
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
MTOW
• From 1 July 2010, passenger and checked baggage
screening for all aircraft greater than 30,000 kg
operating Regular Passenger Transport services.
• By 1 July 2014, passenger and checked baggage
screening for all aircraft greater than 20,000 kg
operating a prescribed air service. Brought forward to 1
July 2012.
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
Hardened Cockpit Doors (HCDs)
• Screening measures and HCD have not be required
on closed charter or freighter aircraft.
• Due to the significant growth in larger aircraft being
used for closed charter operations in Australia and
the risk posed by freighter aircraft, the requirements
for HCD will be extended to all aircraft >10,750 kg
MTOW.
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
Enhancing the ASIC regime
• Strengthening the cancellation provisions for
issuing bodies.
• Including subsequent background checks.
• Increasing the maximum penalty for failing to report
conviction of an aviation security relevant offence.
• Tightening the provisions for visitor management.
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
New Measures for Screening
Prohibited Items – changes to Australia’s PIs
• Allow the use of metal cutlery knives on
aircraft and airport facilities
• Removing other low risk items such as
knitting needles and crochet hooks
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New Measures for Screening
Liquids, Aerosols and Gels
• Amend regulations to allow some duty free
purchases to remain on board aircraft during
transit stops on international flights.
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New Measures for Screening
Unaccompanied baggage
• Amend regulations to allow checked baggage
of a passenger to remain onboard an aircraft in
limited circumstances where an aircraft is
unexpectedly diverted and the passenger
leaves the flight.
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Enhanced international cooperation
• Expand Australia’s international cooperation
regime at high-risk last ports of call airports.
• Continue to work with international partners
such as ICAO, APEC and other forums to
improve aviation security in our region.
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Enhanced security training framework
• Establish new and improved competency based
training requirements for screening officers,
airport security guards and airport security
employees.
• Require annual re-certification for screening and
security staff.
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Secure the Air Cargo Supply Chain
• Develop and implement a regulated shipper
scheme.
• Implement appropriate technology based
screening for high risk cargo.
• Ensure that Australia remains comparable to
international partners.
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Terminal Security/Front of House
• Implement more effective Front of House
arrangements including agreed alert and
response arrangements for security
incidents.
• Support for an increased focused and
proactive security culture.
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Prime Minister’s Announcement
• On 9 February 2010 the Prime Minister announced a
package of measures to enhance Australia’s aviation
security.
• Over four years the Government will provide $200
million (OTS $133 million) to implement a range of
measures consistent with the initiatives announced in
the White Paper and addressing vulnerabilities as
identified following the Christmas Day terrorist attack on
Northwest Airlines flight 253.
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These aviation security measures are:
$28.5 million over 4 years to:
• immediately increase explosive trace detection for
passenger screening within the international
aviation network departing Australia; and
• upgrade technologies for major gateway
international airports in Australia, including
introduction of body scanners.
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Optimal Technologies at International
Gateway Airports
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Body scanners to be introduced in 2011
Privacy concerns - MoU with the Office of the Privacy
Commissioner
Health concerns
Equipment licensing
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$32.0 million over 4 years to:
• increase explosive trace detection for passenger
screening
• fast-track to 2012 the extension of passenger screening
for all regular public transport aircraft greater than
20,000kg MTOW by supporting the purchase of screening
equipment; and
• increase audit and compliance capability to address new
regional and domestic aviation regulatory requirements.
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$54.2 million over 4 years to:
• install cargo x-ray screening and explosive
trace detection technology at appropriate
locations; and
• establish a ‘Regulated Shipper’ scheme for
major suppliers and exporters in the air cargo
supply chain.
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Strengthened Air Cargo Security
Measures for Australia
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Air cargo will be secured earlier by trusted entities who
implement specified security controls.
Funding for industry to implement appropriate
technology to screen “unknown” cargo.
Opportunities to establish comparable systems with
international partners. Promote common security
outcome.
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$10.3 million over 4 years to:
• increase our capacity building within the region;
• trial facilitation issues relating to liquids,
aerosols and gels (LAGs) technologies in
partnership with United States and the United
Kingdom in 2010; and
• increased international cooperation on detection
technologies for LAGs and powder-based
explosives.
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$8.0 million over 4 years to:
• double Australia’s capacity to
undertake additional assessments at
key last ports of call locations.
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Last Ports of Call
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Assessment of security for direct flights to Australia from
all Last Ports of Call
Based on ICAO Annex 17 Standards and
Recommended Practices – but not compliance
Results strictly confidential between OTS and local
aviation authorities
18 of 46 Last Ports of Call assessed
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Tokyo, Japan, October 10-14 2010
Questions?
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