Airport employee background checks are critical – but not foolproof
Under US law, people applying to work in secure areas of an airport must pass a vetting process run by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to minimise airport insider threat. But this recent article from the Insurance Journal, shows how an American Airlines mechanic, arrested in September 2019 for trying to damage an aircraft, had passed that test multiple times.
While airport employee background checks are essential, they are not foolproof. That is why, as our new whitepaper, Separating Hype from Performance: Four Key Criteria for Airport Employee Screening Technology describes, many airports and airlines are interested in Thruvision’s people security screening technology to enhance their security regime and address airport insider threat.
Key criteria for airport insider threat employee screening technology:
- Addresses employee health, safety and privacy concerns
- Maximises throughput and minimises divestment
- Has independently validated detection performance
- Has a low cost of ownership.
To learn more about why Thruvision has become the leading people security screening solution for airport employee screening and other applications, download our new whitepaper or contact Kevin Gramer, VP Americas, at firstname.lastname@example.org.