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1. CHECK-IN COUNTER

1) Risk assessment on passenger behavior by check-in or agent's staff. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

2) Passenger's ID or passport checked by check-in or agent's staff. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

3) Passenger's ticket checked by check-in or agent's staff. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

4) Passenger's baggage observed physically when check in. (Refer to GASP 5.1)

5) Check-in accessories when are not operate (label bag, label cabin bag, boarding pass, etc) stored in secure and lock storage. (Refer to GASP 5.1)

Additional Security

2. BOARDING GATE

1) All passengers and cabin baggage are subjected to be screened before entering boarding gate. (Refer to GASP 4.1)

2) Liquid, Aerosol and Gels measures implemented (if applicable). (Refer to GASP 4.6)

3) Passenger's boarding pass matched up to their ID or passport while entry. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

4) Check boarding pass validity. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

5) Reconciliation check of passengers matched with system/appropriat manifest. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

Additional Security

3. BAGGAGE DEPARTURE

1) Access to baggage make up and transfer area shall be restricted to authorize person. (Refer to GASP 5.1.7.1)

2) Guarding baggage make up and transfer area as well as baggage loaded on cart and on the apron area. (Refer to GASP 5.1.7.1)

3) Baggage departure staffs ensure that all baggage received have been X-Rayed. (Refer to GASP 5.1)

4) Baggage delivery always under supervision and escorted to and from the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 5.1.7.1)

5) Reconciliation of checked baggage matched with system / appropriate manifest. (Refer to GASP 7)

Additional Security

4. AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

1) All personal around the Aircraft wear and display their ID and airport pass. (Refer to GASP 8.1.2.1)

2) All ground staff and their equipment are clear/sterile through physically checked before entering to the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 8.1.2.1)

3) All ground staff's name who entering the aircraft recorded. (Refer to GASP 8.1)

4) Pre-Flight Security Check performed by authorized persons. (Refer to GASP 8.1)

5) Security tools below available at the appropriate aircraft and in good condition (Describe the each condition remark in coulomb)

a. Restraint Device (Refer to GASP 4.4)

b. Security Item Box (Refer to GASP 5.2)

6) The aircraft lighting procedures perform and controlled when A/C RON. (Refer to GASP 8.1.2.1)

Additional Security

5. CATERING

1) The catering company always control/screen the people, goods & vehicles when entering to catering building area. (Refer to GASP 9.2)

2) All uplift catering supplies into the aircraft checked by cabin crew and mathced with their manifest. (Refer to GASP 9.4)

3) The catering containers sealed and mathced with the sealing number. (Refer to GASP 9.3)

4) Catering delivery always under supervision and or escorted to the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 9.2)

Additional Security

6. CARGO

1) Security Officer carried out security control againts the people, goods & vehicle when through cargo warehouse. (Refer to GASP 11.1.2)

2) All cargo and mail through screening x-ray machine. (Refer to GASP 11.1)

3) All screened cargo tagged by security check label. (Refer to GASP 11.1)

4) Cargo acceptance staff always matched document againts the actual cargo. (Refer to GASP 11.2)

5) All cargo and mail during in storage area safeguarded by security officer. (Refer to GASP 11.2)

6) Cargo staff ensure that all consignment placed on board the aircraft are recorded on the aircraft manifest. (Refer to GASP 11.2)

7) Cargo delivery always under supervision and or escorted to and from the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 11.1.2.1)

Additional Security

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Checklist

1. CHECK-IN COUNTER

1) Risk assessment on passenger behavior by check-in or agent's staff. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

2) Passenger's ID or passport checked by check-in or agent's staff. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

3) Passenger's ticket checked by check-in or agent's staff. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

4) Passenger's baggage observed physically when check in. (Refer to GASP 5.1)

5) Check-in accessories when are not operate (label bag, label cabin bag, boarding pass, etc) stored in secure and lock storage. (Refer to GASP 5.1)

Additional Security

2. BOARDING GATE

1) All passengers and cabin baggage are subjected to be screened before entering boarding gate. (Refer to GASP 4.1)

2) Liquid, Aerosol and Gels measures implemented (if applicable). (Refer to GASP 4.6)

3) Passenger's boarding pass matched up to their ID or passport while entry. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

4) Check boarding pass validity. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

5) Reconciliation check of passengers matched with system/appropriat manifest. (Refer to GASP 4.2)

Additional Security

3. BAGGAGE DEPARTURE

1) Access to baggage make up and transfer area shall be restricted to authorize person. (Refer to GASP 5.1.7.1)

2) Guarding baggage make up and transfer area as well as baggage loaded on cart and on the apron area. (Refer to GASP 5.1.7.1)

3) Baggage departure staffs ensure that all baggage received have been X-Rayed. (Refer to GASP 5.1)

4) Baggage delivery always under supervision and escorted to and from the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 5.1.7.1)

5) Reconciliation of checked baggage matched with system / appropriate manifest. (Refer to GASP 7)

Additional Security

4. AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

1) All personal around the Aircraft wear and display their ID and airport pass. (Refer to GASP 8.1.2.1)

2) All ground staff and their equipment are clear/sterile through physically checked before entering to the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 8.1.2.1)

3) All ground staff's name who entering the aircraft recorded. (Refer to GASP 8.1)

4) Pre-Flight Security Check performed by authorized persons. (Refer to GASP 8.1)

5) Security tools below available at the appropriate aircraft and in good condition (Describe the each condition remark in coulomb)

a. Restraint Device (Refer to GASP 4.4)

b. Security Item Box (Refer to GASP 5.2)

6) The aircraft lighting procedures perform and controlled when A/C RON. (Refer to GASP 8.1.2.1)

Additional Security

5. CATERING

1) The catering company always control/screen the people, goods & vehicles when entering to catering building area. (Refer to GASP 9.2)

2) All uplift catering supplies into the aircraft checked by cabin crew and mathced with their manifest. (Refer to GASP 9.4)

3) The catering containers sealed and mathced with the sealing number. (Refer to GASP 9.3)

4) Catering delivery always under supervision and or escorted to the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 9.2)

Additional Security

6. CARGO

1) Security Officer carried out security control againts the people, goods & vehicle when through cargo warehouse. (Refer to GASP 11.1.2)

2) All cargo and mail through screening x-ray machine. (Refer to GASP 11.1)

3) All screened cargo tagged by security check label. (Refer to GASP 11.1)

4) Cargo acceptance staff always matched document againts the actual cargo. (Refer to GASP 11.2)

5) All cargo and mail during in storage area safeguarded by security officer. (Refer to GASP 11.2)

6) Cargo staff ensure that all consignment placed on board the aircraft are recorded on the aircraft manifest. (Refer to GASP 11.2)

7) Cargo delivery always under supervision and or escorted to and from the aircraft. (Refer to GASP 11.1.2.1)

Additional Security

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INITIAL INFORMATION

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