49 CFR 1542.213 - Training.

§ 1542.213 Training.
(a) Each airport operator must ensure that individuals performing security-related functions for the airport operator are briefed on the provisions of this part, Security Directives, and Information Circulars, and the security program, to the extent that such individuals need to know in order to perform their duties.
(b) An airport operator may not authorize any individual unescorted access to the secured area or SIDA, except as provided in § 1542.5, unless that individual has successfully completed training in accordance with TSA-approved curriculum specified in the security program. This curriculum must detail the methods of instruction, provide attendees with an opportunity to ask questions, and include at least the following topics—
(1) The unescorted access authority of the individual to enter and be present in various areas of the airport;
(2) Control, use, and display of airport-approved access and identification media;
(3) Escort and challenge procedures and the law enforcement support for these procedures;
(4) Security responsibilities as specified in § 1540.105;
(5) Restrictions on divulging sensitive security information as described in part 1520 of this chapter; and
(6) Any other topics specified in the security program.
(c) An airport operator may not authorize any individual unescorted access to the AOA, except as provided in § 1542.5, unless that individual has been provided information in accordance with the security program, including—
(1) The unescorted access authority of the individual to enter and be present in various areas of the airport;
(2) Control, use, and display of airport-approved access and identification media, if appropriate;
(3) Escort and challenge procedures and the law enforcement support for these procedures, where applicable;
(4) Security responsibilities as specified in § 1540.105;
(5) Restrictions on divulging sensitive security information as described in part 1520 of this chapter; and
(6) Any other topics specified in the security program.
(d) Each airport operator must maintain a record of all training and information given to each individual under paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section for 180 days after the termination of that person's unescorted access authority.
(e) As to persons with unescorted access to the SIDA on November 14, 2001, training on responsibility under § 1540.105 can be provided by making relevant security information available.
(f) Training described in paragraph (c) of this section must be implemented by each airport operator not later than November 14, 2002.

Title 49 published on 2013-10-01

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