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1 100% Hold Baggage Screening (HBS) at Manchester Airport 100% Hold Baggage Screening (HBS) at Manchester Airport John Cordingley

2 The Check-in to Aircraft Ideal Delivered to the correct aircraft on time All baggage tracked and accounted for All baggage screened for explosive devices

3 X-rays downstream from check-in The HBS X-ray Options Standalone x-ray in front of check-in X-rays built in to the check-in

4 Check–in to Baggage Sortation Sortation to Aircraft Check–in to Aircraft Basic Route We are going to deal with the down stream model augmented by check-in x-rays We are going to deal with the down stream model augmented by check-in x-rays

5 1.2m 63 cm 3.5 – 35kg Items above this weight limit must be labelled as heavy Items above this weight limit must be labelled as heavy Hold baggage presented for check-in must be within a gauge for size and weight Hold baggage presented for check-in must be within a gauge for size and weight

6 Items too heavy, too large, too light, fragile, with wheels or straps are classed as out of gauge (OOG) Items too heavy, too large, too light, fragile, with wheels or straps are classed as out of gauge (OOG) These are sent to the OOG belt which is wider and slopes more gradually into baggage sortation These are sent to the OOG belt which is wider and slopes more gradually into baggage sortation Surfboards Televisions bicycles toolboxes rucksacks

7 Out of gauge items here at Manchester are screened and cleared by an operator using Vivid EDS Out of gauge items here at Manchester are screened and cleared by an operator using Vivid EDS These are sent to the OOG belt which is wider and slopes more gradually into baggage sortation These are sent to the OOG belt which is wider and slopes more gradually into baggage sortation

8 Flight Number Airline Airport of Origin Airport Destination Passenger Name Baggage Chute Flight Number Airline Airport of Origin Airport Destination Passenger Name Baggage Chute Before baggage can be introduced in to the system it must be labelled Before baggage can be introduced in to the system it must be labelled Labels contain the following information:-

9 Level 1 Vivid (automatic 2 secs per bag) Level 1 Vivid (automatic 2 secs per bag) Standard baggage introduced into the inline system will be screened 100% for Explosive Devices down stream Standard baggage introduced into the inline system will be screened 100% for Explosive Devices down stream Level 2 Invision CTX 5500 (automatic 16 secs per bag) Level 3 Operator intervention to ALARM at Level 2 Level 4 Bag reconciled with passenger for search (contents unclear or D G identified ) Level 4 Bag reconciled with passenger for search (contents unclear or D G identified ) Level 5 I.E.D in bag procedure 384 BPH 1800 BPH

10 Baggage Sortation Vivid Level 1 ALARM CLEAR UNCLEAR Level 4 or IED Level 5 CTX CLEAR Operator Control Room Level 3 CTX 5500 Level 2 CTX Restricted Zone Check-in

11 Level 1 Exit Level 1 Vivid 35% alarm rate (1800 BPH 2 secs per bag)


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