GROUP 3. AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE National Defense College of the Philippines Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. TERMINAL ACCESS CONTROL. GENERAL OVERVIEW. Introduction Legal : Source of Regulation to Access Control Presentation of Action Plan
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AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE
National Defense College of the Philippines
Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City
Part 1 - Overview of Current Terminal Access
Part 2 - Findings/Vulnerabilities
Part 3 - Recommendation
Our Cluster’s presentation cover the implemented system on TERMINAL ACCESS CONTROL.
Scope of the task includes the control on Passenger, Airport Worker/Staff, Authorized Personnel, and Vehicles at the designated CONTROLLED entry and exit points that are dependent on the policies set forth by the MIA Authority as stipulated in the NCASP and MIAA-ASP.
PART 1 TERMINAL ACCESS CONTROL
Terminal doorways, locks and keys are under the control and responsibility of the Airport Operations Department in coordination with Airport Security.
With the present access control system, we can still identify vulnerabilities as follow:
Funding of the aviation security shall be appropriated out of the collections of Aviation Security Fee as authorized by Letter of Instruction No. 414-A as amended:
The fees collected will be kept in a separate account in the name of NCASC and shall be spent for the following purposes: