Correspondence

Securing an exemption from SIA licensing FAQ

Further correspondence concerning securing an exemption from the requirement of certain aviation security staff to obtain a SIA licence.

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Documents

Further correspondence, enclosing Frequently Asked Questions, concerning securing an exemption from the requirement of certain security staff to obtain a SIA licence, 3 May 2012

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Details

Department’s correspondence of 3 May 2012, enclosing frequently asked questions about securing a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence. It supplements correspondence to the aviation security industry, dated 5 March, regarding the requirement for certain personnel to be vetted to “background check” status, and thus to have successfully completed a Criminal Records Check.

Published 14 May 2012