- A Visual Deterrent to the Offender
- Irreversible Proof that the security breach has been made
- Ability to catalogue and Record items
In order to offer irreversible proof, the seal requires a unique number.
Don’t be caught out with blank/un-numbered product.
OBJECTIVES FOR NEW CARGO RULES (6 OCT 08)
The only cargo or mail (other than airline company mail which meets the requirements of CAANZ Rule 108.55(b)(11)) that can be loaded onto an international regular air transport passenger service aircraft at an airport in New Zealand is:
- A cargo or mail consignment received from a CAANZ authorised regulated air cargo agent (RACA) where:
- A cargo or mail consignment received from a customer, which is registered in the air operator’s Register of Known Customers, and which has systems and procedures in place meeting the requirements of Rule 109.61, where:
- Cargo which has not previously had security controls applied (or which has lost its security controlled status), where the air operator has:
NOTES: The implementation of these security control procedures must be by persons who are appropriately trained and authorised in accordance with CAANZ Rule 109.59.
An air operator may contract out activities for which it is responsible (eg to its CTO) however the responsibility remains with the air operator.