National Civil Aviation Security Program
National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NCASP)
The National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NASCAP) is the relevant regulatory framework which sets the standards that must be met by all organizations involved in aviation security. ICAO USAP (Universal Security Auditor Programme) auditors will oversee the quality assurance of this program internationally while National Inspectors will monitor compliance nationally, ensuring internal and external auditing of the compliance process. This program is necessary for a universal standard of Airport Security Plans (ASP) and consistency of standards and practices within a state.
Spranza has decades of experience in the development of National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NCASP) in accordance with ICAO and local legislation.
Developing, updating, and implementation of National Civil Aviation Security Programme, or any part thereof, is a highly complex process that requires intimate knowledge of the particular airport environment in question.
Spranza uses international best practices, ICAO and local Aviation guidelines to determine the scope of the final document. The final document details all responsibilities, procedures, and information necessary as well as guidelines on information sharing with stakeholders. Finally, the Airport Security Program must comply with all national plans, but particularly the National Civil Aviation Security Programme, only then can it truly be compliant according to ICAO.