LAGS

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LAGS

Phase 1 changes to legislation regarding the screening of liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) came into force on 31st January 2014. Now that these changes are in place, it is important for airport operators to assess the success of their chosen approach and any necessary modifications to improve the process and passenger experience. It is also time to consider how to move forward with Phases 2 and 3, whether existing LEDS technologies can fulfil these requirements, and to ensure the end-to-end screening operation in your airport functions optimally when integrating LAGs requirements.

o&i consulting provides an independent approach to airports, government agencies, and equipment suppliers to help move forward. Our approach is based on the principle that it is only with the most appropriate combination of complimentary LEDS technologies, equipment and processes that the industry will be in a position to confidently advance to phases 2 and 3 in the relaxation of LAGs screening.

o&i consulting has significant experience in improving security operations for international airports, and helping European airports to prepare for the recent Phase 1 changes in LAGs legislation. Our team has conducted surveys and trials with much of the available LEDS equipment, making us one of the few companies to have worked in an independent capacity with this range of equipment. We have developed an understanding not only of the individual merits of these technologies but also the importance of getting the right combination of technologies and processes.
Projects & Case Studies
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Study for the European Commission: optimising liquids screening at EU airports
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Preparing Dublin Airport for new LAGs legislation
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Survey, trial and implementation of LAGs changes at Heathrow Airport
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