Training and knowledge for individuals with security-related duties.
(a) No indirect air carrier may use an employee or agent to perform any security-related duties to meet the requirements of its security program, unless that individual has received training, as specified in its security program, including his or her personal responsibilities in § 1540.105 of this chapter.
(b) Each indirect air carrier must ensure that each of its authorized employees or agents who accept, handle, transport, or deliver cargo have knowledge of the—
(1) Applicable provisions of this part;
(2) Applicable Security Directives and Information Circulars;
(3) The approved airport security program(s) applicable to their location(s); and
(4) The aircraft operator's or indirect air carrier's security program, to the extent necessary in order to perform their duties.
(c) Each indirect air carrier must ensure that each of its authorized employees or agents under paragraph (b) of this section successfully completes recurrent training at least annually on their individual responsibilities in—