This session covers the requirements set forth in the Transportation Security Administration’s repair station security rule. Learn from ARSA, which represents the maintenance community on TSA’s Aviation Security Advisory Committee, how to stay compliant with mandatory security responsibilities.
TSA’s Repair Station Security Rule – Effectively Complying with the Regulation
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