LAM LHA has been selected to support the U.S. National Safe Skies Alliance Program for Applied Research in Airport Security (PARAS) Project 0060, Strategies for Developing an Aviation Worker Screening Program. As part of the effort, LAM LHA and its team of partners will develop a Guidebook to assist U.S. airports with aviation worker screening. This is LAM LHA’s 6th PARAS Project, with the team having most recently completed PARAS 0046, Tenant and Third-Party Controlled Facilities at Airports. Partners for the effort include Kim Dickie and Michele Freadman, both airport security experts and former U.S. airport executives. The project will run from January 2024 through end of May when the Guidebook will be published.
A copy of the RFP is enclosed here.
“We are thrilled with the opportunity to support the U.S. National Safe Skies Alliance with this important and timely work. U.S. airports are continuing to evolve aviation worker screening practices and we look forward to supporting them in bringing best-of-breed approaches to bear over the coming months and years,” said Anne Marie Pellerin, Managing Partner with LAM LHA.