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Administered by: Infrastructure and Regional Development
Published Date 02 Nov 2015

NTC-9586

 

Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005

 

Direction to protect an image of the

holder on a temporary aviation security identification card by means other thaN

a kinegram®

 

 

I, SCOTT STONE, A/g Executive Director, Office of Transport Security, Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, under subparagraph 6.37(3)(d)(ii) of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005 (the Regulations), DIRECT that where the issuing body Qantas Airways Ltd includes the image of a holder on a temporary Aviation Security

Identification Card (ASIC), Qantas Airways Ltd must protect the image by incorporating the following features within the temporary ASIC:

 

a)      An embedded image of the Qantas logo located in the box where the holder’s image is

to be displayed;

b)      The word ‘QANTAS’ embedded in the temporary ASIC and located behind the date

of expiry;

c)      A cold stamped optically variable device, that is placed on the temporary ASIC in the

same position to the ASIC Kinegram® requirements within the Regulations;

d)     Security cuts to the temporary ASIC base label, located in an area that covers parts of

the holder’s image, expiry and optically variable device.

Furthermore:

·         The temporary ASIC must be protected via a lamination process, in a clear laminate

pouch containing a holographic image of the Qantas kangaroo logo in the centre of

the pouch;

·         Prior to the lamination process, the temporary ASIC base label is to be affixed to a

backing card outlining the conditions of use under the Regulations, including how to properly display the temporary ASIC and information on how to return the card to the issuing body; and

·         The temporary ASIC must meet all other requirements under Regulation 6.37.

This direction commences on 1 January 2016 and ceases on 31 December 2017.

Date: 27 October 2015

 

 

 

Scott Stone

A/g Delegate of the Secretary of the

Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development