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香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 1 ICAO Recommended Security Control Guidelines for Screening Liquids, Gels & Aerosols (LAGs) HK CAD 10 July 2007.

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1 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 1 ICAO Recommended Security Control Guidelines for Screening Liquids, Gels & Aerosols (LAGs) HK CAD 10 July 2007

2 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 2 ICAO issued a State Letter on 1 Dec 2006 recommending security control guidelines for screening LAGs : - “100ml / 1 litre rule” States may consider exemptions for LAG purchased at airport duty free shop, or on board aircraft, on condition that the LAG purchases are packed in sealed tamper-evident bags ICAO State Letter of 1 Dec 2006

3 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 3 Further to the State Letter on 1 Dec 2006, ICAO issued another State Letter on 30 Mar 2007 providing : - Clarification for the “100ml / 1 litre rule” Exemptions for LAGs purchased at airport shops or on board aircraft carried by transfer passengers Technical specifications for Security Tamper-Evident Bag (STEB) Principles for supply chain security of LAGs and STEBs ICAO State Letter of 30 March 2007

4 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 4 ICAO State Letter of 30 March 2007 Clarification for the “100ml / 1 litre rule” Apply to airport staff entering security restricted area, but tools of trade are exempted Exemption for flight crew in uniform and on duty the day(s) of the journey Exemption for law enforcement officers and emergency personnel responding to a crisis

5 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 5 ICAO State Letter of 30 March 2007 Clarification for the “100ml / 1 litre rule” Exemption for medications and special dietary requirements, including baby foods Provide proof of authenticity for exempted liquids for medical or special and dietary needs Over-counter medicines e.g. nose sprays, contact lens solution should be more restrictive as these are not life-or- death medications Quantity should be sufficient for duration of journey Match name on prescription label with boarding pass Provide guidelines on verifying the proof of authenticity

6 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 6 ICAO State Letter of 30 March 2007 Exemptions for LAGs purchased at airport shops or on board aircraft carried by transfer passengers Carried in Security Tamper Evident Bag (STEB), and Protected from unlawful interference by a process of supply chain security

7 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 7 ICAO State Letter of 30 March 2007 Security Tamper Evident Bag Provides technical specifications for STEB

8 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 8 ICAO State Letter of 30 March 2007 Security Tamper Evident Bag Operational considerations for the use of STEB: - Only LAGs purchased at airport shops / potentially subjected to security screening at later stage of journey should be placed in STEB Receipts should be securely placed inside the STEB and face visible from outside STEBs should be distributed to authentic parties only

9 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 9 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Subsequent to the State Letter of 30 March 2007, ICAO was developing guidelines for harmonised procedures for validation of compliance with LAGs carried by transfer passengers. The proposed guidelines were discussed and agreed by ICAO Council at its meeting on 18 June 2007 The summary of decisions for this meeting was distributed to states on 29 June 2007

10 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 10 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Summary of ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs

11 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 11 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Appropriate authorities for AVSEC or airport operators/intermediary agencies over which the appropriate authorities has such regulatory control should exercise oversight over the LAGs/STEBs measures.

12 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 12 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Security principles for STEBs STEBs to be manufactured in accordance with the technical specifications set out in ICAO State Letter of 30 March Airport shops / airlines should obtain assurance from STEB manufacturers on quality of STEBs, and implementation of reasonable security measures.

13 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 13 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Security principles for LAGs sold by airport shops and airlines Apply to LAGs from first point of entry on airport airside until delivery to passengers. Security measures on premises (airside shops and aircraft), personnel, security checks, business partner (LAGs suppliers), and information (confidentiality and integrity of data used in the supply chain).

14 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 14 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Known supplier of LAGs and STEBs Known Supplier of LAGs and/or Known Supplier of STEBs, pursuant to which airport retailers and airlines, as entities known to the airport operators and/or appropriate aviation security authorities Supply chain security of supplies of LAGs and STEBs from their first point of entry on airside until their delivery to passengers Declaration on implementation and quality control of LAGs and STEBs within supply chain on airside

15 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 15 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Known supplier of LAGs and STEBs Supplies of LAGs – apply to sales at airport shops or on board aircraft, excluding food and beverage for consumption in airport premises and not intended for carriage into aircraft Supplies of STEBs – to be used only for sale of LAGs by airport shops or on board aircraft

16 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 16 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Validation process Responsibility of state to determine or recognise compliance with the LAGs/STEBs security measures within the state

17 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 17 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Validation process States may validate other state’s security measures on LAGs/STEBs carried by transfer passengers by : - - entering into bilateral arrangement with the state in which the transfer passenger started his journey; and/or - becoming a party to multilateral arrangement; and/or - recognising after verification that states have complied with ICAO’s recommendations; and/or - recognising such assurances given by states that they have declared compliance with ICAO’s recommendations.

18 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 18 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Validation process States may require additional measures for LAGs carried by transfer passengers through its airports depending on, for example, the State’s threat and risk assessment. In seeking necessary assurances that appropriate security measures are being implemented, a state may share with the requesting state / regional / international body the results of its assessment.

19 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 19 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Validation process States may seek confirmation from the states where the passengers purchased the LAGs and states through which the passengers have transited or transferred that they have applied equally robust controls to their LAGs and STEBs. States may seek agreement of another state to undertake on-site validation of the effectiveness of security measures being applied by the other state.

20 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 20 ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Validation process It is ICAO’s intention to establish and maintain a secure website for states to place up-to-date information on their respective national supply chain security arrangements for LAGs and STEBs.

21 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 21 Discussion ICAO Latest Proposed Guidelines for LAGs Adoption of STEBs meeting ICAO specifications by economies? Supply chain security on LAGs to be sold at airside of economies’ airports? Adoption of harmonised procedures for validation of compliance with guidelines for LAGs and STEBs by economies?

22 香港民航處 Civil Aviation Department Hong Kong 22 Thank you


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