Three tier security alert system for Canadian airports proposed
By Canadian SecurityNews Transportation
A new risk assessment for Canadian airports has been proposed by the federal government, according to an article published by Postmedia News.
According to the article, the system is designed to rank danger levels on a three tier system based on threats to aviation security: “baseline,” “elevated” and “critical or imminent” threat. Among new measures proposed are additional security training and policies at an estimated cost of $11.6 million. The proposal is now subject to public consultation. Read the full article here.
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