One of the main objectives that is the responsibility of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is to provide the best security as well as customer service to all those who traverse our screening checkpoints. The current guidelines and procedures are designed to ensure that everyone regardless of their individual situation and needs are treated with respect and with the respect, dignity and respect they deserve. While every individual and object is subject to a screening prior to entering every secure boarding zone, it’s the way that the screening process takes place that is the crucial.
To accomplish that objective, TSA has established a program to screen people who have disabilities, as well as their mobility aids, equipment and other devices. Our program is inclusive of all categories of disabilities (mobility hearing, mobility visual, hidden, and mobility). In the course of this program, we created an alliance of more than 70 disability-related organizations and groups to assist us in understanding the needs of people with disabilities and medical ailments. These groups have helped TSA in integrating the specific requirements of people with disabilities in the airport operations.
Since the first restriction on liquids, gels and aerosols came into effect, we have gained enough knowledge through this UK investigation to state with certainty that small size travel-sized liquids are safe to carry through security checkpoints in restricted amounts. We are confident of our enhanced security measures at the airport. Thus, passengers are able to buy drinks at the secure area for boarding and carry them to their flight.
The security procedures at checkpoints of the TSA for those with disabilities or medical conditions are not changing in light of the current security situation. The accessibility of all disability-related aids, equipment and devices will be allowed to pass through security checkpoints following screening.
In addition, we continue to allow prescription liquid medications as well as other liquids required by people with disabilities and medical ailments. This includes:
*All prescription as well as non-prescription medicines (liquids or gels), as well as aerosols) comprising KY eye drops, jelly and saline solution to treat medical conditions;
* Liquids that include juice, water, gels or liquid nutrition for people with a disability or medical condition.
* Life-sustaining and life-sustaining fluids such as bone marrow the blood product, as well as organs for transplantation;
* Products used to enhance the body for cosmetic or medical reasons like mastectomy products or prosthetic breasts. Bras or shells that contain liquids, saline solutions or other liquids; and,
* Gels and frozen liquids are required to cool medically related items that are used by people with medical or physical disabilities.
If the liquid medications weigh greater than 3 ounces They cannot be stored in the quart size bag, and must be reported in writing to the Transportation Security Officer. The declaration can be delivered either in writing or verbally or by the person’s partner or caregiver, interpreter or a family member.
Liquid medications that are declared as prescribed and other liquids to treat medical or physical disabilities must be kept distinct from other belongings submitted for xray screening.