Each question in this quiz is timed.
What does the acronym VOC stand for ?
Venue operations center
Very old contestant
Voice over challenge
Significant threats to event security could include?
Inappropriately dressed people
People sneaking in sandwiches or water
Fire-terrorism-crowd violence forced entry , alcohol drug abuse , child abduction ,
protests , criminal activity
what hazards could threaten a special event?
A blocked drain/ toilet
A door that is creaking
Sever weather . structural failure , hazardous materials , excessive, Noise fireworks and lasers
Visitor security screening means?
A valid ticket or id not under the influence of alcohol. Drugs no prohibited items
Having a good look at the visitors
Checking the closed circuit TV screens for activity
What is a security zone?
Somewhere safe for the security staff to have a coffee
An area to conduct people searches
Event participant zone
An example of access control is?
Waving flags or banners
Turnstiles or gates
You can slow down crowd surges with ?
Zigzagged barriers approaching an ACP
Popping balloons to simulate gunfire
Placing extra guards on the access gate
Who are security staff answerable to at a special evet?
The security supervisor
All security staff at a special event must be able to access?
The staff toilets
The Required action plans and resources
The wifi network for checking Instagram etc
What other important agency must security staff be aware of operating at a special event?
Special event entertainers
Ice cream vans
What would be regarded as a critical incident at a special event ?
Birds flying into the event
Someone found seated in the wrong section
Anything that threatens the safety of personnel at the event
Special event security staff need to be aware of media personnel , why?
They often have access to certain areas and operate recording equipment
So if they find someone famous you can ask for a selfie
Security professionalism at all times is important because?
It’s the law
Because you could be setting an example to young impressionable people
Security staff are often working under the public gaze
What health hazards could exist at a special event ?
Lots people coughing and sneezing
List 3 security static post roles at a special event?
Bird control- vehicle parking – hot dog queues
Security cameras- access control- bag search
Vehicle parking – bag search – crowd control
What common incidents can occur at special event?
People seated in wrong section – car alarms going off – visitors arriving under the influence
Lost child- lost phone – lost memory
Fighting PDA’s falling asleep
What would be needed to evacuate a section quickly and safely?
A map and a radio
A map and a compass
Required action and resources
What behavior security staff should avoid to prevent negative media coverage?
being helpful and efficient
Checking social media whilst on duty
Smoking , eating drinking
B and C
How would you deal with someone claiming to be a VIP?
Ask for a selfie and call your mates on the radio
Laugh and tell them to get to the back of the queue
Call the security manager for advice or to come and deal with the issue
Someone reports a lost child, what do you do?
Report the issue to your security manager and or the police as soon s possible
Suggest trying the ice cream stalls
Say you’ll keep your eye open for a child looking lonely
Some personal items in a bag are handed to you as lost property, what would you do?
Give the bag to a responsible looking member of the public to give to the police
Keep the item’s in a sage place until they can be handed to your manager or the police for processing
Have a rummage around to see if there’s any id
What is defined as a port?
A geographical area for ships/ boat to load and unload
A nice drink after a meal
A power or data interface on computer
What does PFSO stand for?
Port Fingered singing object
Person for security operations
Port facility security officer
How is an airport defined?
A landing and take off area with lots of shops
A geographical area designed to accommodate aircraft , passenger, cargo and
An area for flying operations with lots of spare space for golf course and football pitches
What is the point at which a person is processed into a country called?
What agency protects a country through regulation of incoming goods and people?
What are 2 specific threats associated with ports?
Stowaways and drug importation
Ships not parallel parked- fuel spillage when refueling
Pleasure and business craft getting mixed up- fishermen on the dock walls
What sea port hazard do you need to be aware of?
Board sailors – surfers- yachters- kite surfers- boogie boarders
Cargo loading / unloading operations – falling off the docks fuel spillages slip trips and falls noise and movement of heavy plant/ machinery
Fish and chip shops – holidaymakers – children playing seagulls scavenging adverse weather conditions
How is control of entry to the port are managed?
Manned access control point
How is sea port security enabled to prevent accidents and reduce the chance of injury?
Traffic management cones and speed bumps
First aid stations on every corner
Security is centralized with cctv cameras covering all areas
Critical incidents are a constant threat; How would be expected to respond to them mostly
Why might an airport be a key terrorist target?
A high value asset with lots of collateral ( people)
Planes are and easy target
You can just walk on / walk of an airport
What does ICAO stand for?
Institute of chartered aviation operators
Introducing challenging areas outside
International civil aviation organization
What specific threats to airports are there?
Terrorism, organized crime , sabotage , cyber attacks
Petty crime , theft , pickpockets , illegal upgrades
Bad weather , kite flyers, traffic problems , natural disasters
What health and safety issues need considering by security staff at an airport?
Noise , jet exhaust, fuel spillages
No toilets , no first aid , no cafes
Slippery floors , long walkways , nosy tannoys
Airport security is enhanced by wearing ID, access cards and use of keys and locks , collectively termed what?
Airport security uses areas of responsibility to manage specific threats known as what?
Security zones are split into 2 major areas , what are these ?
Aerodrome and buildings
Airside and terminal
Airfield and shops
Airport security can consist of several agencies can you name 2 ?
Police and airline staff
Customs and border control
Both the above
Besides passenger check-in what other important step maintains airport security?
Passenger inspection consists of 3 areas , what are these?
Checkpoint entry- inspection point – repacking zone
In, rummage ,out
Passport control ,baggage control, ticket control
Main duty as a checkpoint is?
Informing passengers of the rules and regulations
Laughing at what the passengers have packed
Making life as difficult as possible for the passenger
The main duty of the inspection point is?
X-ray operation and inspection
Checking for gold teeth and rings
Making sure passengers take their shoes off
The main duty of the repacking point is ?
Observing the mayhem that has been caused by the inspections
Stuffing passengers bags with anybody’s belongings
Ensuring passengers have all their belonging and clothing items
Who is allowed to search a female passenger?
A female security officer
Any security officer
What does ATC stand for ?
Air traffic control
Another tom cat
Air terminal community
What does FANR stand for?
Federal authority for nuclear regulation
Federal authority for nose regulations
Federal authority for noise regulation
What was the federal law number of 2009 regarding the peaceful uses of nuclear energy?
What does desalination do ?
It cleans water and makes it useful for watering plants
It cleans water and removes salt so that when its used to wash cars there is no marks left on the paintwork
The removal of salt and minerals from salt water in order to make water drinkable
What are the three types of nuclear energy plants detectors?
Pocket , hand , automatic
Sound , sight , smell
Electric , hand , xray